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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

■ 72in. unbleached sheeting, .selling at 7|d yard, usiial price l/S; at Smith and Gaughey's Fair.—(Ad.) : 4/4 tapestry table covers, 1/6 each, ■ usual price 3/6, at. Smith and Caughey's Fair.- I—(Ad.)1—(Ad.) i Special■TCdiic,ti,ons in.art,muslins, 1/,; 1/6, 1/11, 2/6 doz.,. at Smith and Cau-i ghey's Great Fair. —(Ad.) Ladies' Silk Ties,";/ each, Daley's! price, 2/6 ; Ladies' ■-."•Silk Collarettes, 1/11, Daley's -price, ,4/11; Embroidery, | 2d per yard, Daley's :price, 4-kl and 6d; Sash Ribbons,• 4Jd. per yard at Smith and Caughey.'s great sale of Daley's " Bon Marche"-bankrupt stock.—(Ad.) ) Veilings at 3d and 6d per yard;, chiffon at Id and 3d per yard ■;■ crinkl- ' ed chiffon, 6d per j^ard, Daley's price 1/11. Laces at Id, 3d, 6d per, yard, Daley's" price 4d, 6d, 1/ per yard, at. Smith and Caughey's great sale o£J Daley's " Bon Marche" bankrupt stock.—(Ad.) : ' ■ . Double width cretonne, 4|d...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

Ladies' White Muslin; Aprons, I'Od each, Daley's price, 1/9; Gauze Eiobons, 2d per yard.; Erillings. at 3d per yard at Smith and Caughey's great sale of Daley's "Bon; Marche.?' bankrupt.stock;—(Ad.) ~,--. , - | For Sanative -Uses* Its remarkable, emollient, cleansing, and' _^- purifying properties, de-' cr rived from Cuticuea, the great skin cure, warrant the /a/ J)^m' use of CimcuitAi Soap, in / W^f the form of baths for annoy-. i Xl n **n£ irritations, inflamma{ yySi ' - tions, and eh'afings.'fortoo; I $~ If l free or-offensive perspir ation, and also in the form of -.rr*-^ ■ internal washes asid split. tions iorulceratiye weaknesses, and for many [ sanative, antiseptic.purposes which readily ' 'snggeet theiuselves to women, and especially to mothers.' The nse of Cuiicura Ointment with Cuticuea Soap will eilggest itself-in the severer casefi.jf; , '. Sold everywhere. Soap, Is.;'On.-TK3NT. 2s. 6cJ. Post- . paid of F. Nkwbkby Si Soks, 1oi«o;k Potter DbdQ asd Ciiem. Cort...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

SOUPS, SA a u^« GRAVIES ASK FOB {and sec that you get} ' GORfIPANY'B EXTRACT OF MEAT Made solely from Cattle^ passed-by; the Government Veterinary Inspector^ : Guaranteed- Absolutely ?w& and of the Very Highest Quality, is. Per Jap. From Stores, Chemists, <fto. la. Throucr'H'.ii1 *ho Colony." ■ •:'' Sporting. ' r':' , ..-■.- ..--■■ ....... '. . .... *' I OTAHUHU ; TROTTING : CLUR SUMMER MEETING, 1900- ; SATURDAY, 17th,.. WEDNESDAY 21st* & SATURDAY, 24th FEBRUARY! 19<K>. Acceptances for First Day close -with! the Secretary at the Metropolitan Hotel, Auckland, and at Otahunu,-on FRIDAY. 9th February, at 10 p.m. - ; .•>, Wm. L. LOCKHART,' :- - • ■ ■ ■■■ ; Sscretavyi OTAHUHLT TROTTING -CLUB,, SUMMER. MEETING, > 17th, 21st and 24th FEBRUARY Ponies will be Measured at Potter's Paddock on WEDNESDAY, 7th February, from-2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.- :' • " WM. L. LOCKHART, :■ . ■ : . ■■. Secret...

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TELEGRAPHIC WEATHER REPORT FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

TELEGRAPHIC WEATHER REPORT FOR TO-DAY. 'ALL OBSERVATIONS are taken at 9 a»m. Station. Ther. Wind. Bar. in Wea.fr Shade. Russell .. ..EJsTBf br HokiangaHeads S f br ManukauHeads'E f br Auckland .. |ENE f br Cambridge .. C. Gisborne.. .. C Napier .. .. N 1 Castlepoint ..SW1 Egmont ., .. Nl New Plymouth. NE1 Wellington ..NVT1 Kaikoura .. !SE 1 Westport.. ;.NW1 Lytlelton.. .. NE1 Duriedin.; .. NE1 Bluff ... .. NW f 30.33 30.28 30.36 30.18 30.31 30.35 £0.38 30.21 30.34 30.25 3U.21 30.20 30.29 30.27 30.14 30.11 71 |C 69 B fi5 :BC 71 es c 61 !BG (;5 iH 59 iBG (!fi iM Co ; OG 65 >B 60 iBC 57 jG 67 iBG 59 BO 57 O

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WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

WEATHER REPORT. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, this day. Wind: Gale from between north and east and south east after 10 hours at all places north of Thames and Manukau, and after 20 hours thence south to e'asf Cape Taupo and Raglan, strong northerly winds, thence southward to Napier and New Plymouth, and northerly gale after from 12 to 20 hours at all other places. Barometer: Fall everywhere. Sea: Heavy on western coast south ol Cape Egmont and on east coast north of East Cape and south of Castlepoint. Tides: High on both coasts. Rrain probable at all places north or East Cape, Taupo and Raglan, and soutn of Kaikoura nd Westport. Synopsis of the Ist 24 hours: Northward of Napier and New Plymouth the barometer has continued to rise steadily, but has fallen slowly elsewhere. Moderate southerly winds with fine weather has been experienced in all parts of the country. A. low pressure from the west is approaching the meridian of South Cape and one from the same direction ...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

SHIPPING. Moon's Age: Half Moon, February 7th, 4.1 a.m. . Sunset: This evening, 7.9. ~. Sunrise: To-morrow morning, 5.19.

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HIGH WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

HIGH WATER. Auckland: This evening, 9.36; to-morrow afternoon, 9.58. Manukau Heads: To-morrow morning, 0.38; to-morrow evening, 0.58. Kaipara Heads: To-morrow morning, 1.38; to-morrow evening, -1.58.

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ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

ARRIVALS. Stella, s.s., from Wharekawa. Clan Macleod, barque, 040, Porter, from New York, via Wellington. Ngunguru, s.s., from Whangarei.—Passengers:—Messrs T. Kdwards, Bluck, JUtt.e, McDonald.

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

DEPARTURES. Clansman, s.s., for Tauranga. Wellington, s.s., for Whangarei. Muritai, s.s., for way ports and Mercury We Anau s s., 1,052, Bernecli, for East Coast and Southern poi'ts.-Passengers:- Misses Neilly (2), Bnrry, Grochy, Ireluud, Mills,- Hildred, Swarm, laorgau (2), Hay, Elliott, Wheeler, Oldflekl, Ormsby U, Harris. Williams, Mcsdaines, Newson, Bom, AVillianis, Boss, McGrath, Wood, lerris, Hogge, Barry, Brent and 4 children, SlanteiT and child. Boxsall, Messrs Holt, B. Camerdn, Oxley. Didhams, Schulzt, Moigan (2), J. P. Hooten, Ferris, Lee, F. B. BariiVgtou, B. M. Silk, Pettle, Mncanlnr, iMiicpuerson, Benton (3), J. Taylor, WII-liiiVn? Koss, Slattery, J. Bennett, Hamuka, t,-: Wee, S. Taylor, Theo. Cooper, Bozsall, Eev.Ferpuson, Deaf Mutes (8), and Mat- Ton, and ,20 steerage.

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UNION S.S. CO'S MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

UNION S.S. COS MOVEMENTS. Sunday.—Pukaki arrives from South. ■ iionday.-Rotoiti leaves Oiiehunga for South- at 1 p.m. (passenger tram, noon . 'Unesday.-Hawca arrives from-Westport; FnkiiUi leaves for South at svp.in.5 v p.in. -AVednesday.-Mapo-rika arrives at One : hnuga from South; Hauroto leaves for i.'.i'«a and. Samoa, 0 p.m. ■ _.' ' 'i'iuirsdav.-Ovaljui arrives from Taliitl iiid •Kiu'otonga; Mapourika leaves One•n!U for Souch'at 3 p.m. (2.10 p.m passen'wurnlii).; Flora arrives from bouth. ■' I-lrldav.—Hawea leaves for —. SatuVdfty.rrßotolti arrives at Onehun-a -irom. Sputii; Flora leaves for South at 'ioon.il :•..-.. . .. .

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NORTHERN S.S. CO.'S MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

NORTHERN S.S. CO.'S MOVEMENTS. v rimday:'Gairloch for New Plymouth, il 30 a.m.; Clansman from Tauranga; Ivainieri.frpm Hokianga. ... „ Sicnday: Clansman for North, 7 p.m., ijlurilai for Kuaotunu and Mercury Bay, 5 v.m.; Waltangrl for way ports and Tau?anW. 9 p.m.; Wellington for Whangarei, '3c.3f P.m.; Ngunguru from Whangarei; 'Gionv/g for Opunake and. Wanganui, 1 3 m • Kanieri for Waitara, 11.30 a.m.

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

IMPORTS. Per rian MaoLeod, from New York:— 17 000: cases kerosene, 8,500 boxes clothes •Dins 20 cases handles, 1 case organs t ca"es printing paper, 10 bales printing paper/ioG cases sewing machines and parts, DO"" cases turpentine. The s.s. Te Anau left for the South this afTheTai'a;ue Quathlamba left Newcastle' on Thursday for Auckland with coal. . ■ The s s. Rotokin was floated out of uoch. to-aay after cleaning and painting. .. • ■ 'The Star of New Zealand leaves for Na•pter this;evening to. complete her discliarge,. arid to continue loadinj: for London. : The>s-,s. Indralema has a considerable quantity of cargo to take in here,',and will ■not, leave, .for Wellington until Tuesday ™ThTnew steamer Albany, built by Messrs Losran, goes dowu to the Thames on Mon,clay. tp We her engines,fitted at Price's °Good y' progress has been made on the steamer which Messrs Lojran building to the. order of the Wellington Harbour "Bo...

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THE CLAN MACLEOD. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

THE CLAN MACLEOD. The baroue Clan MacLeod arrived from ■New York, via Wellington, this morning, with a part cairo oi kerosene and sundries. She left New York on September 30. nnd arrived at Wellington oii January 10, after a good passage of 10S days, ordinary weather being.experienced on,t'ie voyage. After discharffi'-,' tlie Wellington portion of her ear<*o the Clan MacLeod sailed at 4 p.m. on Saturday last for A sklnnrl. Light, variable vlnfls and fine weather wf>re experienced during the voynpre, th»» hsirbonr hfins made early, this morning. The Clan Mac- Leod will be berthed at the Qnay-street Jetty to dischnrge lior enrjra. and on rnmpleti'on will load wltl] kauri ?nm for New York.. Messrs. Arnrld Cheney and Co. are the local agents for the vessel.

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THE ABARENDA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

THE ABARENDA. The U.S. transport Abarenda will leaye for Samoa'at 6 a.m. to-morrow. She'will proceed to Pago Pago, and thence to Apia.

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TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

TELEGRAPHIC SHIPPING. Whangarei, February 3.—Arrived: Wellington,, s.s., from Auckland. Kiripaka, February 2.-Arrived: Gem, frcm Auckland. , _, Tauranga, February 3.—Arrived: Clansman, s.s., from Auckland. Gisborne, this day.—Sailed, noon: Westrniin; sis., - for Auckland.—PaKsengr?rß:— Wishes Ford and Katcllfff, MmlnmeK SU'flf. find child. Baron aiid child, Messrs 8.-uon; Bell, Kersley, Dunn, Churton, Simp&m, liatcliffe, Finn, Frost, ana Guise. Arrivccl; Aotea, s.s., from the Spit. ' Wellington, February 2.—Arrived: MaiDoufika, s.s., from New Plymouth; Banffsliire, s.s., from Auckland. , T^e barque Bilverstrearir. from Algoa Bay via Otago Hpads,: arrived off the entrance last evening, but was blown off again. Bluff. February 2.—Sailed: Virawa, c.s., for Newcastle. i Sydney, February 3.—Arrived: Mararoa, s.s,. from. Auckland. ; Laimceston, . February 3. — Arrived: Carin, brigantine, from Kaipara. London, February 2.—Arrived: Star of England, s.s., from Wellington. Sailed:...

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The Evening Star: WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED The Evening News, Morning News, and Echo. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. A BAROMETER OF THRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

The Evening Star: WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED The Evening News, Morning News, and Echo. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1900. A BAROMETER OF THRIFT. Por the cause that lacks assistance, For the -wrong that needs resistance, Por the faturo in the distance, And the eood that -we can do. We are all well aware that the year which has just closed was one of more than average prosperity at this end of the colony. If further proof of the fact were required, it might be drawn from the balance-sheet, of the Auckland Savings Bank for the twelve months ending Deceinoer 31st last. The Savings Bank is one of our most popular and prosperous local institutions, but being purely a savings bank, in contradistinction to a commercial bank, it is bound to register more or less accurately the fluctuations of the community's measure of During 1899 the volume of business transacted by the Savings Bank constituted a record. The total transactions were £975,500, the deposits amounting to £490,288, and withdrawals to ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

prosperity, The whole of the public schools will •re-assemble oh Monday next. With regard to the Epsom school, the old structure is being removed to the splendid new site secured by the Board of Education, therefore Mr Geo.. Thwaites, the head master, will conduct the school temporarily in the grandstand, Potter's Paddock, entrance from Green Lane. The school opens on Monday. The scholarships won by Kate Edgerley (Girls' Hig-h School scholarship), Charles Rogers (Board of Education scholarship), and Edna Lynch (John Williamson scholarship) will be presented by Mr ,T. S. Ividd, Chairman of Committee, at 2.30 p.m. on Wednesday next. Parents of the scholars are invited to be present. • " A dividend of 15/ per share for the half-year, equal to 6 per cent., is now payable to the colonial shareholders of the Union -Bank of Australia. The sum of £30,000 has been carried forward. The final performance of "The Wajj of Wealth" by Mr Bland Holt's clever c...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

PRYSTOGRAPKS for Window Decora- Sf ■ Upn, superseding stained glass; art.stic, durable, and easily fixed, from 3d sacb; great variety.—Mcßride, Tailor.Outitisr. Importer, etc., Victoria-street, next Victoria .Hotel. ... , •■:

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 February 1900

i"- -■%■ " . ■ T R. STUART R E I D. j - 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.—At Sharland's J . ■■■ Apothecaries' Hall. ! 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., at Lovoni, Symonds ! Street. - QOME ONE YOU KNOW. MR J. W. NAIRN, General Grocer, Parnell. Rise, write? as follows:—"I have tried LOASBY'S WAHOO for Indigestion and it has given me more relief than any other medicine. "1 can honestly recommend it to others who suffer from indigestion. After a few doses all pains and disagreeable languor of the body disappear." LOASBTS WAHOO always acts thus. 2/6; obtainable everywhere. LOASBY'S WAHOO MANUFACTURING CO., LIMITED, DUNEDIN. [Teiephone No. 146.] A" G. MAITLAND, D.D.S., ■ AMERICAN DENTIST, MUTUAL LIFE BUILDINGS, 58, QUEEN St. (first floor). "OAR NICER FOR BREAKFAST L THAN BUTCHERS' MEAT. TMpREPORK "DACON & TTAMS (MILD CURE). DELICIOUS AND APPETISING. EL M. S MEETONI QUEEN-ST. & NEWTON. TfOß ALL ...

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