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WARDEN'S COURT [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

WARDEN'S COURT (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) THAMES, this day. At ithe Warden's Court to-day it was stated that £17,000 had been spent by the Tairua Broken Hills Company, and £10,000 by the Fortuna of Hauraki. The principal business was as follows: —W. G. Webb, Tatiiwha special quartz claim, Tairua; granted; John Berrimau, Nelson special quartz claim, Waiomo, granted. Miscellaneous: Monowai Gold Mines, Ltd., exchange of titles for three water-races, one special site, two machine sites, and two tramlines, granted. Henry Brett and Geo. Lindsay, permission to work the Golden Reefs special quartz claim at Gurntown with two men for six months, granted; Henry Brett and Geo. Lindsay, six months' protection for Perseverance special quartz claim, Gumtown, to further develop the Golden Reefs.special claim adjoining, as two claims will ultimately be worked together by one company, granted; Fortuna of Hauraki Company, permission to work 'the Fortuna special , claim, Thames, with two men fo...

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RACING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

RACING NEWS. TAKAPUNA J.C .SPKING MEETING ACCEPTANCES FOR SECOND DAY'S! RACING. ANTICIPATIONS BY "WHALE- j Jj BONE." ; $ The Takapuna Jockey Club's springl meeting- will be concluded to-morrow. The fields are likely to be good, and the .racing interesting. The following horses are suggested as likely to( run forward in the engagements- set opposite their names:— Stanley Handicap — Delia Eosefj Rosiphele. Second Hurdles—Kuf us, Chancellor 11. -1 ; Spring Handicap—Sparkling Wat"er» Formula. . , { Second Hack Handicap—Lance Cor-« . poral, Cressy. ■ '•; :^i! ■ Cautley Handicap—Seotty, Camilla, • Steeplechase—Nor'west and Voltigeur. • Second Pony Handicap—Stepaway* Blue Paul. ' ■ '....'-.■ Welter Handicap—Paul Seaton, Cavalry. The first race is timed to start a/g one o'clock. a The following acceptances were received last night for the second day's racing of the T.J.C*. meeting:, to-morrow:— STANLEY HANDICAP. Four furlongs. st.lb. B t,it). Telephone...

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WELLINGTON RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

WELLINGTON RACING CLUB. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.)" i WELLINGTON, tftis day* After the first forfeits were dtf« clared twenty-three remained in thai Wellesley Stakes, and thirty in this Wellington Stakes, classic races Ou6 the Wellington Racing Club. . . Dr. R. H. Makgill, district healthofficer, lias supplied Us with the following return showing the num/betf, of infectious cases ; notified, during November:—Typhoid fever:" Auckland and suburbs, 10 cases; city,;6';| Pariiell/3; Devonplort, 1; country, 3:| total, 13. Scarlet fever: , Auckland, city, 1 case; country, 4. cases: total,; 5 cases. Diphtheria: Auckland city* 1 ease; country, 1 -;<ase: total, 2 cases. Measles: Auckland city, % eases; Devonport, 1 case; country, 3 cases: total, 6 eases. . . .'.-''. . Linoleums and oilcloths.—Large stock to select from, the very-latest patterns, from 1/ yd.—Smith and Caughey, Ltd.—Ad. Smith, and Caughey, Ltd., are now showing, a large stock of side...

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COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

COMING EVENTS. (As Published in Auckland -Star.'*jr:>.j MEETINGS TO-NIGHT. Opera House—Pollard Opera Company" 3 City Hall—Dix's Gaiety Company ' ■-'• ■''' Knox'-..Church, Parnell—Sacred'; Concert 7.45 . 7.

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MEETINGS TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

MEETINGS TO-MORROW. Takapunu J.C.s Meeting—Second Day -* First Race, 1 p.m. ! . "J- Arch Hill Wesleyan . Church . — Sale ol Work and Xmtis Tree, 3 Parnell Wesleyan .School—Sale of Worlsi Eden Terrace P.M. Church'—Sale of Work 3 '-, 7 St. Thomas' School—Xmas Tree Sal a of Work, etc., 3 ' ■ Mt. Eden Congregational Church—Sale 7 oS Work, 2.30- ■■.-...- ; -•■ Auckland Savings Bank—Trustees 8 43, Queen-st.-Campbell and Khr^nfrla* Co., 10.30 / ■ » Domain—Giles' College Sports / Unitarian Church, Ponsonbjr Fid.-.Deafc; cation Service, 4 T '""3U*T AUCTIONS TO-MOTtFfOW. I» Cochrane and Son-Fivn/tture! ,~* etsJ Napler-st. p 11; Property, $ . ■ *T!. Blyth and Co. - Furniture, etc., Wed* lands. Grey-st., Devonr-fort, U ™

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

Light Underclothing.—All the newest makes in grand assortment at Ceo. Fowlds —natural wool, gauze, merino, etc.—Ad.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

Captain Edwin advised at 1 p.m. today: "North-east to north and west gale with rain; glass fall soon; tides high. Brace up, sir! —See the grand lot of sample braces, all at 1/, in Geo. Fowlds' Arcade windows.—'Ad.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

Travellers, Note! — Travelling trunks, Gladstone and; brief bags, hold-alls.—Al stock at Geo. Fowlds',— Ad. Carpet squares.—Large shipment just to hand, new designs and colourings. . Inspection . invited.—Smith and Caughey, Ltd.-^Ad. ,',

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Her Last Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

Her Last Adventure. By ANNIE O, TIBBITS. Author of "What Came Between?"" Under Suspicion," "Fighting a Lie," "Beth Gwyn," "The Shadow Between," etc., etc. BTNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. CHAPTERS I. and IT.—Rene Trennant, a beautiful but mysterious young girl, is alone in London. One foggy evening while walking through the streets, j she is confronted by a girl who has lost her way. After directing her, i Eer.e is about to move on, when a heavy j waggon looms suddenly through the darkness, and knocks the stranger down, but Rene darts forward and saves her from almost certain death. Effie Chal- , oner entreats her rescuer to accompany , her home in a cab, where Rene is ai- j most overwhelmed with thanks from ; Effle's brother and mother. Sir Christopher Chaloner is strangely attracted! by Rene's beauty, and insists on dnv-j ing her back to her lodgings. Ren...

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A FREE VETERINARY BOOK [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

A FREE VETERINARY BOOK We learn that a most useful Veterinary Book is attached to every bottle of Condy's Fluid. This book contains instructions for curing moat of the ailments and accidents affecting Horses, Dogs, Sheep. Cattle, Poultry, and Birds of all kinds. Condy's Fluid is an absolutely certain sure for Sore Shoulders, Sore . Backs, Broken Knees, Grease, Thrush, Cracked H'eela. and Mud Fever in Horses; Scab, Foot Rot, Fly, etc., in sheep; Kinder Pes/ Hoove, Foul In the Foot, Wounds and Bores, Foot and Mouth Disease, and Diarrtioea in Cattle; Distemper, Mange, Canker and Eczema in Dogs. Oondy'B Fluid is sola by all Chemists end Stores, Beware of local substitutes, mil are inferior. Insist on having Condy's Fluid. room. A fever possessed her now. Anything to be out of that, house, away from Walden, away from that horrible wood, and the terrible ghastly face that seemed still to be staring at her; and she commenced pushing her last things into her bag with .sudden frenzy. Two min...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

' MEDICAL. CJANDER AND SONS' EUCALYPTI ►O EXTRACT—Under the distinguished patronage of His Majesty the King of Italy, awarded diploma at the international Exhibition, Amsterdam. Acknowledged by Medical Clinics and Universities all over the globe. That the crude, resinous oils which are. now foistered upon tho public under the name of Eucalypti Extract may not be mistaken for our pure volatile Eucalypti Extract, we state :—lt is proved by tests made by the Medical Clinics of the Universities at Bonn and Greifswald (Prussia), that only products that are saturated with oxygen and freed of acids, resinous and other substances . adherent to primary distillation, will develop the curative properties possessed by the plant. All crude oils, or so-called Eucalypti Extracts, which are used for mechanical purposes only and abandoned long since as an internal medicament, are discernable by (1) Their deficiency in pungent odour (which our product, the only genuine Eucalypti Extract, develops mos...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

MEDICAL. V#iT-=* tJ ' ' ' I yunf' For Sanative Uses. Its remarkable emollient, eleanMug, and ,£&~~ rrveVfvom PCutiouka, the H>*-f,^i. prca*. skin cure, warrant the s~X ,'/?•'*/)', use of (jmriniA Soap, in / WL/^f i!ie form of oaths for anuoy/ Vl'/ Ir inS irritations, inflaniina- I ?>«. Vi^'i tlons, ami. dialings, for too if /I free or offenbive perepira- I lf t'!on» !ln(1 :ilso iv the lorra -S. -*z^?- — of internal washes ami solutions for ulcerative weaknesses, .-.nd for ninny sr.na.tivo, antis.'ptio purposes which readily BU<ri?est themselves to women, and especially to mothers. 'The use of Cuticuka Ointment with Cuticuua Soap will suggest itself m tho severer casei. Sold Dy M Colonial Ghstniots. Poiieb Dkuo S Ohkm. CORP., Sole Prop ~ Boston. U. J. A. HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA CURED BY TAKING FENTON'S NEURALGIA POWDERS. 1/ BOX. FENTON, Chemist, KARANGAHAPE RD. HERR RASSMUSSEN, ]j THE DANISH |1 HERBALIST, S 01, Eambtoa Quay, WeUing^on, Is W...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

PUBLIC NOTICES. /v P>ERAMBULATORS -1 GO-CARTS, V^Sas^s**^ SEWING p4KSC?-2i.V MACHINES, /s^&vT^==^Zi*3 Cheapest and Best, hi^ll^A^M^) McLEOD BROS.', U*;*AR^ryu^>,V,"pi Upper Queen-st. gAXOf ^X-y Branch: Karangahfipe Road. Cash cr Deferred Payments. Illustrated Price Lists Free. %? % Tji.NCOURA.GE LOCAL INDUSTRY il*' wK<sn you can get a better article at a Lower Price. We build our Albert Cycles l'rorn the best parts obtainable; we carefully superintend their entire construction; we have hud thirty yeai'3' experience in high grade engineering and | Bicycle Building'; we have been ccnstanily employed repairing all classes of Bicycles in Auckland, spending our spare hours in touring the country; we therefore know exactly that which is suitable for local requirements. You can have the benefit of our vast experience by patronizing PETER SMITH'S A LBERT />YCLK WORKS, LOWER ALBERT-ST., Opposite Sailors* Home. Telephone 112...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

COAL MERCHANTS. COALBROOKDALE Westport Coal CHEAPEST AND BEST. The above Famous Coal can now be purchased either WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Direct from the WESTPORT GOAL CO-'S DEPOT, FORT-ST., next Roller Mills. Q/^n O(]( TONS SOLD LAST TEAB. Town Office: MINING CHAMBERS, EXCHANGE LANE, 103, QUEEN-ST. P.O. Box 57. Telephone 1037. J. C. BROWN, Acting Branch Manager. (Established 1873) W. & G. WINSTONE pOAL j^ERCHANTS. CARRIERS, etc. FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF OITR CUSTOMERS, WE HAVE OPENED AN OFFICE AT OUR CJAMPLE -pOOMS, QQ- rUEEN-ST. Opposite the Old Mill. Head Office and Telephone: 688, QUEEN-ST. Order Office—Telephone 39. Parcels Department—Telephone 10G2. CUSTOMS-ST. EAST. pUBLIC NOTICE. Persons Grazing Horses or Cattle on the Domain pasturages are hereby notified that it will be necessary for theij to make arrangements with me for the grazing of same, as I have leased the above pasturages. All animals will be Impounded unless arranged for. J. J. CRAIG Next Bank of New Zealand,...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

TIMBER MEBCHANTS. The Kauri Timber' Co., ■ LIMITED. CUSTOMS STREET WEST, HAS IN STOCK AT ALL TIMES : mpe Supplies of Thoroughly Seasoned KAURI* TIMBER SKIRTING FLOORING ARCHITRAVES LINING DOORS MOULDINGS SASHES FRUIT CASES BOXES TURNERY iN AjTjTS BRABJCHES, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 0 C_J J lNs J±i JrG jl MADE FROM SEAS OWED TIMBER. The Company has unrivalled facilities for prompt execution of orders, whether for SPECIAL requirements or ordinary trade lines. TELEPHONE, 512. Send for Catalogue and Pricj List. Posted Free on application to The Kauri Timber Co., LIMITED. 1 -fYP THE LEYLAND-O'BRiEN TU 3ER CO., LIMITED. CUSTOMSST. A.HiT, AUCKLAND. TIMBER, JOINKRY, MOULDINGS, etc., etc., etc. q /> OLD AUCKLAND EXHIBITION, 1898-9. Ist AWARD FOR VARIETY !st AWARD FOR QUALITY Ist. AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE OF WORK All Orders receive the Personal super vision of Messrs W. B. LEYLAND and J. J. O'BRIEN. NOTE—THE POPULAR BRAND- LrO'B ' ; PARKER, Jj AMB' & C O-- TIMBER MERCHANTS, CUS...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

BKAPERY, CLOTHING, ETC. ' BEDSTEADS for sale at very low) prices; over 500 to choose! from —D.S.C. FOR SALE —High-art Line* leums, Floorcloths, Carpet' Squares, specially selected by our Mr. Andrews, who has lately returned from the Horaei markets. —D.S.C. CURTAINS —New designs i« Lace Curtains at wholesale warehouse prices. Inspection invited. —D.S.C. FOR SALE—Furniture of all de< scriptions at factory prices, Houses furnished throughout on favourable terms.—D.S.C SUBERIT—A Patent Bath Mat made from fine cork; essential to the comfort of the bathroom ; to be had only at the D.S.C. NOVELTIES in Box Robes in Embroidered Merlawns and Muslin, very cheap, from 27s 66 each.—D.S.C. FOR SALE—Shung Tung atjd Japanese Silks, the coolest fabric for summer wear, in all the fashionable shades ; special value, is 3d per yard.—D.S.C. DRESSES—BIack Voiles, Canvas Cloth, Fancy and Plain Lustres at wholesale prices.— D.S.C. • : FOR SALE — Venetian Blinds made from the best materials, any ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

PUBLIC NOTICES. f- —— ' " I [ ' / UlHln/. teM<n,, St^niaU-. i^nu. PUKE Full Nourishment, partly predigested. Sterilized. MILK /^^^f Mm- #9 COMBINED V^ ~jfJr M g * WITH s~*. /Sgs MM^^ypo $ VWSI yi WHEAT I JF ffM/Jf MJ?M JSKJ®W THE BEST FOOD FOR INFANTS AND INVALIDS IN ALL CLIMATES. 1 r<:T . IN POWDER FORM. .. rMr/i .^ IN THE . Kfc&PS «* ANCS THE WORLD. igggg|^jTELY. " STORES. IRONMONGERS & GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHERS, : KARANGAHAPE ROAD, NEWTON. JHandsoma M aafcel Mirrors, Wicker Chairs, Tables, Easy Chairs, etc. Sideboards, Duchess ; Pairs, Wardrobes, Chest Drawers. tflM&BEjffl- BED-ROCK PRICES jjAy?|§pK|ji|»|gss's^ -h* -^e^ an(^ Drawing Room Furniture. EXCELLENT CHOICE !§Ep|p In Handsome Suites of Furniture. Wkoß3l^Jtt SPLENDID VALUE - Wt^^^^^^Wwf^^^^S In Bedsteads and Bedcilne,'^^^S S|^^ NEWEST GOODS ■J . ■.-■f ¥:!^^ in Linoleums and Floorcloths. NEW SEASON'S WHITE AND ECRU LACE CURTAINS, ART MUSLINS,...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

PUB-LIC NOTICES* I- ..- - . . - — fill !p Mm bi jffij [[0] -^^&4~5~4^4>-*-<h4>-4~4~^ =IJEJ 11 On Wednesday H ipllineey, mantles, II 11 ' /j BLOUSES, COSTUMES and || |i and followins days- XT. 4U COSTUME SKIRTS ji LIE. Q^g MILLINERY DEPARTMENT just now presents a most attractive appearance, with its striking display of Parisian Bonnets, O±M r~j]L~ S^^^^^^^S^^3^^^^^S^^SsSS Toques and Hats, secured for us by our London buyers and shipped direct from the leading pUnf) rgjrg] manufacturers. The popular Clara Butt is still in great demand ;we also have a splendid range of fashionable Straws, Sailors fe%Tj fill raj and Mushroom Hats, and the dainty Linen Hat for Tennis, which we arc selling at 2/11, is much approved of. S^ig] frOlrTi EirHl PJra] MANTLES AND COSTUMES have always been a popular department. This branch of our business, like every other, will be found t^fgj Igjra] thoroughly up-Co-date. It is impossible for us to enumerate all the m...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

PUBLIC NOTICES. - • TEV.EPHONS JOM&®" AST PHOTOGRAPHER, QUEEN ST., AUCKLAND. Under the: Patbohage ov Bx Special Appointment to %^7^"' -S MEDALLIST, Their Royal Hiohnesses, His Excellency the Govjßritob, The Dukk and Duchess of Cobnwall and Yohk. The Earl of Ranforlt. 'XMAS CARDS. 'XMAS CARDS. A LARGK ASSORTMENT OF MOTTO MOUNTS. N.B.—A good photo, on a Motto Mount makes a good 'Xmas Card to send Hour!!, R,nd is cheaper than the ordinary cards. •XMAS CARDS. 'XMAS CARDS. Enlargements from Old Photos, a Specialty. '/ Jif^Hl rHE freshest 1 BRAND |, 7fC ")^J ™E PUREST! JVI 511«sT 1 *4 l^C^A ™c BEST) ■itafillV B II I THE SUMMIT '. M 111 °' Ixfn fl 11^ H A~- 1 <^ PERFECTION. XY,jL Mfl 1%. || " " " '. Of M. I Wish to notify their old friends ' /t fflTW Jy and new ones also that they are jOr Jy Having had Temporerj' Promiaoa y^ Erected in part of th« Old Block. // M *y _ , ' _ /s dsr Ay // HaT...

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 December 1901

DEATHS. HacGEE.—On f-'nd Dec, at Victoriast. West, Mar;y Ann, beloved daughter of Frederick and Mary Ann Mac Gee; aged 20 years- Private interment Thursday. JtOSSER.—On 3rd December, at his late residence, Crummer Rd., Grey Lynn, Auckland, Jolin, the dearly belovect husband of Bertha Rosser, aged 43; .' deeply, regretted. ? The funeral will leave his late reslj' dence for Purewa To-morrow (Wednea; day) afternoom, at 2 o'clock.

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