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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
MEETINGS. ■VTATIVE SCHOOL TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. AXXL* A L CO NFEREN CE , MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JANUARY 7th and Sth, at 10 a.m. SOCIAL ROOM OF THE V.M.C.A., WELLESLEI' STREET WEST. MR BIRD, the newly appointed organising instructor, is expected to be present. A UCKLAND TAILORS' UNION. The Half Yearly Meeting of the above will be held in the Talloresses1 Bali, Cook-st, on MONDAY NEXT. Business—Notice of motions to be considered, ami other business of great importance. A. KING. Sec. milK JUBILEE INSTITUTE FOB THE -1- BLIND. THE ANNUAL STATUTORY MEETING Iv cOuturiuUy vvltli the Act Governing Separate lnstiluU's will be held on THUHSIiAV NKaT, 'i'UJd lOtli INSTANT, At tiie Utiice of the Institute, 322, Victoria Arcade, ul o p.m., FOR THE KLKUI'ION OF TURKS TRUSTEES. Tilt* Retiring Trustees (Messrs J. 11. M. Carpi'Uler, ('. Wood, and Clio Hou. J. A. Toko are eligible fur ro-eleetlon. K. LESLIE HUNT, Secretary. BOROUGH NOTICES. ■DOROUGH OF PARNELL. TO OWNERS OF VEHICLES, HACKNEY CARRIAGES A...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
TENDERS. r« VENDERS required to Roof Cottage -*- with Iron, including spouting', ridging and caps.—A. McDonald, Mt. Albert. Tenders Close MONDAY, 7th January, six p.m., at Ceo. Arcieru's, Symonds-st. /&quot;!', O BUILDERS. -1- ERECTION OP VILLA. Tenders for aljove roquiri'd to noon TUt lUSDAY, .lanuary 17th nest. JAMES SLATOH, Ai-cllltect ana Engiueer. tj, Wyuiihiim-strcct. 7p O~ B U 1 L D E R S. Tenders reriuired until noon on January Dtn for Residence at Oneliunga. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.—A. JONES, Architect, Queenst., Onehunga. rr o B U I L D E It S. UESIDEXCB IN FItAXKLIX ROAD. Tendera for Erection of the above will be received up till 3 p.m. oil THURSDAY., January l'itli. W. A. HOLMAN, Architect, 215, Victoria Arcade. &quot;TVONDALE ROAD &quot;BOARD. OAKLEY CREEK CULVERT. Tenders will be received until Noon of WEDNESDAY, January y, 1901, for the Construction of Culvert ov«r Oakley Creek, and Cutting' Down the Asylum Hill. Plans and...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
ECCLESIASTICAL. /■IHUHCH of the Holy Sepulchre, Kyber J a-uss.—toen ices 'io-morrow: S a.m., Holy .Communion; 11 a.m., Morning l'rajier and Sermon; -1 p.m., Baptisms; 7 p.m.. Evening Prayer and_ Sermon. SlW^lfl/M, t&gt;UUSDti isTUKKT.—tion&gt;O jay services: «• n- Com-; n&gt; Hl Com&quot; i. Aiunem: &quot;Thine. O Lord&quot; iKeiiU. Offerlory, &quot;Three Kings Carol.&quot; rvi MA'ri'ilJbi VV ; S Cli U UCU. O Hobrion-st.— Sunday, Jan. « — Ep&gt;phany—S a.m., Holy Communion; v a.m., Morning Prayer, Holy Communion, and Sermon; 3.15 p.m., Children's Flower Service; 4.15 p.m., baptisms; 7 p.m., Evensong and Sermon. cn AN DREW'S PRESBYTERIAN ►O- CHURCH, ALTEN ROAD. SPECIAL SERVICES. Morning at 11-REV. HENRY B. GRAY. &quot;The Secret of Supremacy.&quot; Evening at 7-RBV. HENRY B. GHAT. &quot;An Earnest Man's Dilemma.&quot; Sacred Solo: &quot;The Beautiful City of Rest&qu...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
ECCLESIASTICAL. A UCKLANU BAPTIST TABERNACLE At 11—Rev. W. Ready At IL4s—Rev&gt; E. Perry Communion Service at close of Mornins: Service. THURSDAY EVENING, 7.3o—Mrs Slott of China Inland Mission, will give an account of its work. _______ YEW YEAR'S SERVICES. HELPING HAND MISSION. FREEMAN'S BAY HALL. 11 a.m.—Missioner (followed by Communion Service). 7 p.m.—Sister Kenneth and Mr R. S. Abel will sing and speak. FORESTERS' HALL, NEWTON. 7 p.m.—Soloist, Mrs Stcphenson Craig; Leader, Missioner. Orchestra, HeurLy Cheery Services. COLIN C. HARRISON. Missionei_ SALTATION A~R M Y. NEWTON BARRACKS. To-morrow Cadet Whitehead Farewells for Melbourne Garrison. Ensign and Mrs Drylie Farewells SUNDAY WEEK. Friends Come and Bid Good-bye to the Cadet. ENSIGN DRYLIE._ OA.LVATJON ARMY, ALBBET^ST. &gt;O BARRACKS. TO-MORRO W —SPECIAL DAY. TUESDAY ana WEDNESDAY— Visit or Colonel Peart, Chief Secretary of Australasia; also, Colonel EstiU and Major Knight. TUESDAY—Soldiers. AVEDNESDAY—PubIi...
"HIPPONA'S" NOTE-BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
&quot;HIPPONA'S&quot; NOTE-BOOK. The annual sale of the Wellington Park yearlings, which took place on Thursday, compared very favourably with any of its predecessors. True it was that the highest priced colt retched less than half the figure given last year for the Hotchkiss-Rose of Wellington colt, still the average was well maintained, 26 lots realising 5237 guineas, which is an average of slightly over 201 guineas each. Mr Thos. Morrin is to be congratulated on the manner in which the yearlings were turned out, and although this feature is always expected at Wellington Park, yet it is CWtainly pleasing to see the youngsters looking so bright and healthy when led into the saie ring. The totallsator record for the A.R.C. meeting showed that the immense sum ol £67 516 was handled during the four days, which exceeds last year's figure s by £3563 Messrs Hayr and Company were warmly congratulated by some of the Southern visitors on their excellent arrangements in worki...
TAKAPUNA JOCKEY CLUB'S SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
TAKAPUNA JOCKEY CLUB'S SUMMER MEETING. The following nominations were received by Mr Wynyard last night for the minor events of the programme:— FIRST DAY, Maiden' Plate. —Tiki, Apparition, Higiiiaiiaer, uorveue, 'J.'ne i'rericnmun,. Yana,, ijon, iiiacii x-ioae, i-'eerage, iiaccaus, jjohiiyurooK, (joiaen Tress, Jr'ourere, fcjvviitioot, Volee, Aminta, isalbirnie, 800, • •telephone 11. Calliope Handicap.—Dispatch, Crecy, Scocuy, Jessamine, aentinei, Rica,.Hikapene. Zealandia.—Tild, Moment, Tommy Atkins, Lady Dash, Clansman, St. Olga, Solo, The Slave, Winsome, Val- Rosa, Lady Avon, Delia Rose, Hastings, Hosella, Rosiphele, Takapuna, Brigham Young, Cuirasette, Telephone. First Hack.—Apparition, Nereid, Telephone 11., Highlander, Sunlight, Valedictory, Crescent, Athol Brose, Fairy Housh, Bacchus, Golden Tress, Progee, Pandarus, Florence, Love Joy, Zuleika, Tresham, Balbirnie, The Waster, Rangatira, Zeehan, Saucebag. First Pony.—Lady Undy, Wharekmo, Blue Paul, Cuisine, Ivan, The Spray, Tex...
THE WELLINGTON CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
THE WELLINGTON CUP. WKT,TJN&lt;TT'ON. TV'd-.iy The following are the acceptances for the principal event of the Wellington Meeting:— , WELLINGTON CUP of GBOsovs. One mile and a-half. St. lb. St. lb. Boreas 9 &quot; Materoa 712 Fulmen 8 S Palaver 710 Tortulla S S Skobeloff 7 5 Coeur de Lion S G Fashion 7 0 Renown 3 0 Field Rose 0 U Ideal S 4 Kahuwal ClO Paladin 7 12
WESTLAND RACING CLUB'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
WESTLAND RACING CLUB'S MEETING. HOKITIKA, Friday. For the first day ol&quot; the Westland Kaciug Club's meeting, it was wei in tho morning, but cleared up in the afternoon. The course was heavy. The results are: Stafford Handicap: Sea Breeze 1, Shaughraun 2. Dividend, £2. Stewards&quot; Handicap: Bimetallist 1, Petroline 2. Dividend, £3 16/. Hurdles: Derry 1, Nayborn 2. Dividend, £1 10/. Century Stakes: Haria 1, Speculator 2. Dividend. £1 4/. Goldsborough Handicap: Petroline 1, Hartshorn 2. Dividend, £3 H/. Flying Handicap: Abydos 1, Skirmisher, 2. Dividend, £3 4/.
NORTHERN WAIROA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
NORTHERN WAIROA RACES. DA KG A VILLE, Friday. The following are the results of the third days' racing:— Hack Hurdles: Captor 1, Orie 2. Pony Race: Newhaven 1, Creel 2. Maiden Hack: Good Luck 1, Walter 2. Hack Cup: Telephone 11. 1, Newhaven Hack Flying: Telephone 11. 1, Play Boy 2. Bushman's Handicap: T. Hawkins 1, Too Slow 2. The weather was fine, and there was n. large attendance. There was no totalisator on this day.
A TYPOGRAPHICAL DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
A TYPOGRAPHICAL DISPUTE. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) CHRISTCHUECH. Friday The Conciliation Board held a meeting to-day to hear the dispute between the Press Company-and the Lyttelton Times Company and the Canterbury Typographical Union. The employers ask that the Wellington award of the Arbitration Court be made to apply to Canterbury. The Union ask that the rates be raised to 3^l 1000 for linotype operators. Mr. George Fcnwiclc (Otago &quot;Daily Times&quot;) and Mr. J. C. Wilken (Lyttelton &quot;Times&quot;) represent the employers. After evidence had been given the Board decided the best plan would be for it to make a recommendation to the Arbitration Court with regard to making the Wellington award applicable to Christcluirch, with provision for the removal of any inequality that existed.
THE NANCE O'NEIL SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
THE NANCE O'NEIL SEASON. &quot;GAMILLE.&quot; i &quot;The stirring times of great Elizabeth&quot; g-ave place to Paris of 1840 at the Opera House last evening&quot;, when a large audience- assembled to witness another triumph of Miss Nance O'Neil. Dumas' play has always been a fay- ourite with the &quot;queens of tragedy.&quot; It is an intensely dramatic, and liuman story—the story of a woman &quot;with a past&quot; who, falling- passionately in love, sacrifices herself for what she considers the. best interests of him on whom her wealth of affection is lavished. The play rivets one's attention throughout, and it is only one well seasoned to the depiction of the stronger emotions on the stage who may possibly escape unmoved. Indeed, one fault to be found with &quot;Cnmille&quot; is that the contrasts are sometimes too violent. Last night's performance was in most respects an admirable one. Splen...
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE (By Telegraph—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, Friday The Educational Institute,passed a resolution expressing ;i desire to place on record its appreciation of the lnspector-General's kindness in attending and addressing1 the meeting. The following remit from Wellington was adopted: That, in the opinion of this institute, the retention of. the annual pass examination ixud the issue of standard certificates, except iv ihe form of exemption certificates and certificates of proficiency, tend to prevent that freedom of classification, ■which is the aim and object of the new regulations. A recommendation of the committee, declaring that in the past the. syllabus has been overloaded with arithmetic, and that the work of the sixth standard outfit to be distributed over a seventh standard, was adopted. WELLINGTON, this day Tlie Educational Institute concluded its sittings last night, when oJrieevs were elected as follows: President, V. 11. Clark, 13.A., Southland; treas...