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AUCKLAND V. CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
AUCKLAND V. CANTERBURY. AN OPEN GAME. (By Telegraph—Press Association.) CHRISTCHURCH, this day The interprovincial cricket match, Canterbury v. Auckland, commenced at i-iancaster Park yesterday morning. The isrounu was in line order, and a goou wicket had been prepared. Ohlson cap- Lamed the visitors, wane vie home team was led by Barry. Omson beat Barry iii vie spin cv tue coin, uxia went (janteroury io the neid. xne atienatuice of me puoiic was omy moderate. .Auckland's ■ iuninga opened auspiciously, 6U being up for two wickets, wim jtiay well set. 'men, a roi set in, and the next four wickets oniy added 26 runs. Canterbury supporters were juoilant, but N. B. J_.usk came to Uie rescue, and after being let oft' early in iiis innings, he hit round merrily, piling up runs in good style, 125 runs being scored while lie was at the wickets, and he made more than two-thirds. Jiis hitling was clean and hard, and he kept the trail well away from the fieldsmen. Hay's innings, though not pro...
NOTES ON THE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
NOTES ON THE GAME. (By Telegraph—Own Correspondent.) CI'iIU STCHURCH, Friday. On Wednesday the Auckland team arrived in Christchureh, and notwithstanding their recent defeat were all confident of making a good show on a hard wicket. Since 1 arrived here I have heard the Otago ground spoken of as a treacle and I sawdust wicket, and really this very we!! describes the state in w:iich we found it on Monday and Tuesday last. Unfortunately Jke Mills was unable to play to-day. His hands have not yet recovered from the severe treatment they received in Dunedin; with rest he will, however, be fit again by £he time we reach Wellington. We started to-day at 10 o'clock. Having won the toss, we took the wicket, on a pitch which, though not quite as hard as the fine weather had led us to expect, was, at the same time, thoroughly true and reliable. 1 only saw one ball kick during the whole of our innings. Our score of 210, under these circumstances, was only a moderate one for the strong batting-...
THE HATUMA ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
THE HATUMA ESTATE. ME, PURVIS ELTSSELL OFFEKS £ 60,000 EANSOM. (By Telegraph—Press Association.) NAPIER, Friday, Messrs. Sainsbury and Logan, soli! citors for Mr. Purvis Eussell, owner of the Hatuma estate, compulsorily taken by the Government, publish a letter addressed to the Premier in September last (to which no reply has been received), stating that Mr. Eussell contends that the property is of much more value to him than &quot;the award of the Compensation Court, as lie would have difficulty in getting- an investment to return him the same income, but, owingl to the unsuitability of the estate for small settlement, even at the price awarded by the Court, small settlers could hardly hope to succeed, and the colony must ultimately be involved in considerable loss. He therefore offers to ransom the property by paying- £60,000 in excess of the award, if the Government guaranteed undisturbed possession. The Government would get £60,000 for nothing-, with which to purchase la...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. Mr J. Jones' Report.—Roosters, 2/5 to 3/4; cockerels, 2/ to 2/5; hens, 1/5 to 1/8; ducks, 1/7 to 2/4; geese, 2/5 to 3/6; turkeys, 3/ to 4/3; gobblers, 5/9 to 9/G; pigs, 3/ to 11/3; cheese, 4d to sd; eggs, 7d to 9d dozen; bacon, 5d to Gd; hanis, id to 'ild lb; butter, f.ld to 7Ad lb; keg, Gid to 7£d; lard, iia lb; potatoes, £6 to £7 10/; onions, id to Id lb; plums, 3d to Cd lb; peaches, 8d to 1/5 dozen; pears, &quot;id to 5(1 lb; tomatoes, 4id to Sd lb; lemons, 7/ to 8/3; walnuts, sid lb; apples, 3/6 to 5/9; oats, 2/4 to 2/6; maize, 2/5 to 2/7; wheat, 2/9; sharps, £4 5/; bran, £3 15/6; chaff, £3 5/; peas, 5d to 8d peck. Alex. Aitkeu, Limited, report a good demaud for all ripe £rait during the week. The holidays restricted out sales of produce somewhat. Notwithstanding three days of suspended business, we cleared all lines of good kidneys ill store at hist week's rates. The demand to-day was well sustained, and we expect heavy coast orders dining the coin...
MONEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
MONEY MARKET. LONDON&quot;, January 4. . Bank of England reserve, £18,212,000; coin and bullion, £27,079,000; percentage of reserve to liabilities, 29.5 C; circulation, £80,231,000; public deposits, £5,785,000; other deposits, £45,948,000; Government securities. £20,652,000; other securities, £35,773,000; three months' bills, 4fj; consols, !)7; N.S. Wales fours, 113; thfee halfs, 103}; threes, 100; Victorian fours, 108&amp;;' three halfs, 1021; South Australian three halfs, 106J; threes, 93.;; Queensland fours, 107; three halfs. 102; N.Z. fours, 113; three halfs, 1053; threes, 9S;* Tasmania three halfs, 102}; Westralian three halfs, 101 V. LONDON, January ?,. The ba'iik rate has been raised to 5 per cent. Copper: Stocks, 28,800 tons: supplies for the month, 10,274: deliveries, 19,6;)(i; advised from Australia, 2225. The American visible wheat supply is estimated at 87.011,000 bushels. The Lnfly Isabella's cargo of Australian wheat sold at 29/3. . LONDON, January 4. W...
THE STEAMER SIERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
THE STEAMER SIERRA. .WELCOME TO AUCKLAND. A number of prominent citizens assembled on board the s.s. Sierra yesterday afternoon, at the invitation of the Union S.S. Company, to wish success to the new mail service. Among those present were:—The Hon. Gr, McLean (Chairman of Directors of the &quot;union. S.S. Co.), Messrs. A. J. B. Irvine (local manager), M. Niccol (acting-chairman of the Harbour Board), F. Dillingham (U.S. Consul), Captain Houdlette, S. B. Biss (chief postmaster), Captain Duder (harbourmaster), C. Eanson, Buller. W. F. Massey, M.H.E., J. Brigham, Hon. E. Mitchelson, H. Goulstone, G. Dunnett, C. Seegner, L. ISaehelder, E. Ford, Y. J. W. Philson, J. T. Julian, J. B. Gould, E. W. Alison, H. Johnson, M. M. McCallum, Graves Aickin, T. YV. Leys, G. W. S. Patterson, W. Berry, A. G. Horton, W. S. Wilson, A. Kidd, 11. Thompson, W. J. Denniston, L. D. Nathan, Drs. S. B. Eeid and Sharrnan. Mr M. Niccol proposed the only toast of tho afternoon, &quot; The Oceanic...
PRECIOUS METALS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
PRECIOUS METALS. AUCKLAND THE LARGEST EX« ' POKTEK. ' ; (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) *j WELLINGTON, Friday. The export of gold for the colony I for the month, of December amounted to 34,008 ounces, valued at £130,738. The exports from the various ports were: Auckland, 18,4450z5, value £69,037. Nelson, 3090z5, value £1161. | Greyinouth, 17890z5, value £7159. Dunedin, 13,4650z5, value £54,381. The amounts for the colony for the corresponding month of the previous j year were 39,6750z5, valued at £153,- I 602. ! The total export of gold for the year 1900 was 371,9930z5, valued at £1,432,953, as compared with 389,585 ounces, valued at £1,513,272 for 1899. The amount of silver exported from' the colony during December last was 32,732 ounces, valued at £3835, as compared with 31,968 ounces, valued at I £3768 for the corresponding period, of j the previous year.
THE WAIHI BOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
THE WAIHI BOROUGH. At a mooting of the Executive Committee of tlio Waihi Improvement Committee the following resolution was unanimously passed:—&quot;That in failure of opposition the Waihi Borough would have been gazetted on or about the Ist day of January, 1901; but as opposition lias been made to the. proposed borough, the Waihi Improvement Committee respectfully suggest that all revenue accruing which would be borough, revenue should be retained in the hands of the Government by the agency of the Collector of Customs and the Receiver of Goldtields Hevenue until the question is decided, subject, however, to the Ohinemuri County be:ng paid out of such accrued revenue for all necessary works they undertake In the Township of Waihi.&quot; It was also decided to request the Waihi property-holders residing in Auckland to assist in defraying the necessary expenses. Arrangements were aiso made to check the counter petition, as soon as it arrives here.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
I Oa every Bottle of Cond^s_Fluld. jL J Thlß Book contains instructionß by f «! eminent Veterinary Surgeons for the » •r treatment and cure of diseases of pj M-;-' Homes, Bheep, Cattle, Dogs, &amp;c. g, •S Coafly'B Plnid Is non-poisonons, and Is, | JB jha safest and bent Veterinary Remedy. | M . Sold by all Chemists and Stores. |( | M Insist on having &quot; CoNDY^__Flul£^ B M • Bwaro of AustTaiiiti Substitutes. | 'JB Tl.O name Cnndy j: Mltcholl. of I.ondon, EngLmd, ||l :JB :' ■'■■-■ ' (hnulrt bo «t foot of Label. (g
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
Blouse silks, Al value, I/Si, l/fl, l/ll 1 2/6 up: 23-inch black and white stripe, 1/81, worth 2/3, lovely shot silks 1/lli, worth 3/9; black merv, i/4i worth 1/9; black merv surah, Eean de Soie, I/Hi, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11 up. At McCullagh &amp; Gower's.—(Ad.) Kid and fabric gloves. Kidiculous prices at Court Bros.' sale of Iredale's stock.—(Advt.) To-night! To-night! Great value in boys' khaki suits from 6/11; lace and embroidered collars from 1/6; boys' blouses from 1/11; knickers from 1/9. At Geo. Fowlds'.—(Ad.)
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
£20 REWARD. j Will be offered for the most suitable name sent in for the Second Grade Dunlop Tyre we intend placing on the market, to meet the existing- demand for a good wearing tyre at a low price. Send &quot;Name,&quot; with name and address, to the Dnnlop Tyre Co., 128, Lichfield Street, Christchtirch. Competition closes on the 31st inst. —(Ad.) Dross goods less than half-price at Court Eros.' sale of Iredale's stock. — (Advt.) D.S.C. special bargains in lace scarves, new styles, and will be sold at less than wholesale prices.—D.S.C. -(Ad.) To-night! To-night! The very newest in tennis shirts from 2/11 to 12/G; sweaters, both white and coloured, 2/(5 to 15/; white shirts from 3/11.—At Geo. Fcnvkls'.—(Ad.) Court Bros.' sale of Iredale's assigned stock. Now is the time for bargains.— (Advt.) D.S.C. special bargains in men's straw hats, Cd, 9d and 1/; boys' serge trousers, 1/11, worth 3/G; Norfolk suits from 8/6; men's holiday suits, 13/6, worth 30/.—D.S.C—(Ad.) - G...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
£50 REWARD IP YOU CAN Find anything better than Hennmg Tyres for Bicycles. Kenning, and Dnnlop soiled and second-hand covers from 7/6. Reliable bicycles from £3. All kind of repairs. Address Henning, Stanly-street, City. Telephone 847. Madame Patti, according- to &quot;News&quot; (London), never speaks a word on the days when she has to sing-. Nor does Madame Albani, who otherwise takes less care of her voice than the diva, and only fears indigestible food—salmon, nuts, and such like. Both declare they never &quot;even look&quot; at tea. which hardens the vocal cords. Madame Albani believes implicitly in the virtues ox a cold bath, and a refreshing drink of Mighty Alok. Madame Albani has written expressing her great belief in ALOK, and stating that it is of great assistance to anyone who has fatiguing work to do.-r(Ad}J
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
TO DARKEN GREY HAIR. Lockyer's Sulphur Hair Restorer, quickest, safest, best; restores the natural colour, Lockyer's, ihe real English Hair Restorer. Large bottles. 1/6, everywhere.—(Ad.) W Was Very Weak .1 Lost Flesh Rapidly, % Took Quantities of Medicine, Failed all the Time? J Was Quickly Cured with y. w Mf®i 1§ vSLabSlUdrillcl &gt; &quot;Some time ago I had a very severe attack of influenza -which left me greatly weakened. I lost flesh, rapidly and was in a very bad way. &quot;I took quantities of medicine, but constantly grew worse all the time. Finally, I tried Ayer's Sarsaparilla and began to improve from the start. &quot;I took about six bottles and was perfectly cured. I have used this remedy in my family a great deal and I know it to be a thoroughly reliable healthgiving compound and family medicine.&quot; John Murrell, Railway Station Master, of Sunnybank, Queensland, sends us this letter together with his photograph, which we repro...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
Every a distinct bargain at Court Bros.' sale of Iredale's stock.—■&quot;**» (Advt.) QANDER &amp; SONS' EUCALYPTI EX- K3 TRACT.—In protection of the worldwide fume our manufacture has acquired all over the globe, we publish the following—Hazard, M.D., Professor of General Pathology, etc., says in an editorial published in the &quot;Clinical Record&quot;:—&quot;We have examined half a dozen specimens of different manufacturers; the preparation of SANDER &amp; SONS' was the only one that proved to be reliable and corresponding to scientific tests. Since then Dr. Owen has pointed out the injurious effects caused by taking the so-called Eucalypti Extracts which are now in the market, internally, or by applying them to a tender surface, like an inflamed skin, throat, etc. He re-, ports to the Medical Society of Victoria; that a child living at Fitzroy become most seriously indisposed through their use. In another case a lady states on the s...
TELEGRAPHIC WEATHER REPORT FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
TELEGRAPHIC WEATHER REPORT FOR TO-DAY. IRVATIONS are taken at 9 a.m Station. Wind. Bar. Ther. in Weat'r Shade. Russell .. HokiangaHeads ManukauHeads Auckland Cambridge Gisborne Napior .. Castlepolnt .. Egmont .. New Plymouth. Wellington Kaikoura Westport Lyttelton Duncdin... Bluff „ a nt f N W t SW1 vvi WNffl Wl NWbr 30.02 1 66 BC 30.33 ! «;» HC 30.12 | GO C 30.)7 72 |B 30.02 I 67 'C- 29.S5 75 ;G 30.01 73 B 2S.79 76 BC 29.flG 70 OR 29.84 67 O 29.79 73 ;BC 29 83 C4 !OD 29.71 I 68 ;B 29.00 6S &lt;B 29.59 CO BC NE1 NWfbr C NE1 (J NE f br IXWf br
WEND FORCE INDICATED BY [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
WEND FORCE INDICATED BY LETTERS.—C Calm; L., Light; Br.. Breeze; F. 8., Fresh Breeze; M.G., Moderate Gale: G, Whole or Heavy Gale; W., Gale of Exceptional Severity. WEATHER ESTIMATED AS 8., Blue Sky, be the atmosphere clear or heavy; C. Clouds, Passing Clouds; D., Drizzling Rain; F., Fop-gy; G., Gloomy, Dark Weather; H., Hail; L.. Lightning; M., Misty; 0., Overcast, the whole sky covered with thick clouds; P.. Passing Showers; Q., Squally; R., Rain, Continued Rain: T., Thunder; S., Snow; U., Ugly threatening appearance.
WEATHER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 5 January 1901
WEATHER REPORT. ■ _ (,By Telegraph.—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, this day. Wind: Moderate w strong irom uuj-ch.Tvaru at all pittees north of Napier anu New Plymouth, strong to Saie n'um between north-west ana south-west elsewhere. Barometer: Fall everywnere. Sea: Heavy on western coast and eastern coast between Castiepoiut and Ivaipara. Tides: High on western coast and east coast south of Castlepomt, moderate elsewhere. Rain: Probable southward of New Plymouth and Castlepoint. Warning signals for northerly gales exhibited at Capes Campbell and Farewell Spit and Foulwind. Exceptionally strong ebb tides expected In Cook Strait. Synopsis of last 24 hours: Moderate to strong westerly winds have &quot;oeen prevalent. Pressure generally increased slowly. Pressure now to westward will probably pass east of meridian of South Cape on the 7th, also evidence of being low pressure for a greater extent than usual in Tasman Sea, travelling to S.E,