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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

The Evening Star. Vol. YII.-Fo. 2,132; AUCKLAND, N.Z.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3,. 1877. PRICE : ONE PENNY.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

171 OR SYDNEY AND MEI jgSggg; Sj bourne. The fast and favourite s.s. HERO, Captain Looax, according to telegraphic ac vices just to hand, left Sydney yesterday, and i consequently due here on Wednesday, the 3r January. She will leave Auckland again for Sydney an Melbourne on or about SATURDAY, the 6th c January. For freight or passage apply to CRUICKSHANK & CO.. Agents 16, Queen-street, Auckland, December 29, 1876. «si^k%^ TTNION STEAMSHIP COM < J||gg|> U PANY (LIMITED). FOR TARANAKI, NELSON, PICTON, WEI LINGTON, LYTTELTON, AND PORT CHALMERS. Booking through to Sydney, Melbourne and all New Zealand Ports. Time Table—January 1877. fc 53 0.0 d J B H H y — , ►3 Thu Tue. Sun. Wed Mon Fri. Tue. Sat. W Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. W — -1 9 11 17 22 26 30 3 A 12 i 9 11 1.30 5 10 12 ® no'n.ip. m.:a. m. a. m.!p. m. p. m. a. m. non. The s.s. TARANAKI will leave the Wharf on THURSDAY, January 4, at 12 noon. Passengers by 11 a.m. train. R, Note.—From...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

'*• i^!^. X&T A I W E R A VY hot springs. Arrangements have been made with th i owners of the 'LILLY' to run her as an Extr ! Boat during the Summer Months. She will coi ■ vey passengers at the Reduced Fare of 10s. fc 1- a Return Ticket, and the Manager of th is Hotel has Reduced the Charge for Boari d including Baths, Towels, &c, to 15s. for Firs class, and 10s. for Second-class, from SATU! d DAY till MONDAY. >f The Steamer will leave every Saturday at . p.m.. and return to Auckland at half-past 9 a.n on Mondays.. : <s£Ssß?=^ XplOR THE HOT SPRINGS ; «Jll||li£ SJ MAHURANGI, MATAKANA _ j aaa*KAWAU, & LITTLE OMAHA. :■ ' The p.s. ANNE MILBANK, Captain Kaspeb i will sail as under :— j Auckland and Hot Springs. From Auckland every Tuesday, Thursday, am , Saturday, at 11 a.m. From Hot Springs ever; i Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at mid-day. ' MAHURANGI. ;, ' For Mahurangi every Thursday and Saturda: at 11 o'clock. From Mahurangi ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

CANTERBURY CHEESE Arrived Per Kenilwouth : 3 124 CHEESE. ■; ■ T. H. HALL & CO. !■ m E A S. m E A S. j "" A SHIPMENT JUST LANDED, " I > Ex ' Tamaya,' @ London. i • , ■ T. H. HALL & CO. i O HEATIIING AND ROOFING FELTS, , OTAGO SLATES, On Sale by T.. H. HALL & CO. f N S A L E , ARRIVED, Ex- 'Matchless' @ Dunedin : OATS BRAN /■«;;£* OATMEAL /: ; ''" 'I FLOUR, ETC. T. 11. HALL & CO. 28th December, 1576. -TEW canterbury cheese. 10 OASES Arrived per Hawka. T, H. HALL & C a ARRIVED. Per ' Fairlie,'' Emu,' and the ' Canterbury': OATS BRAN SHARPS OATMEAL FLOUR PEARL BARLEY HAMS and BACON, in Cloth CANTERBURY CHEESE ROLL and SIDE BACON LARD in Bladders. ,:,, NELSON HOPS T. 11. HALL & CO. AMERICAN SEWING MACHINES . "THE HOME" SHUTTLE-LOCK-STITCH. THE PERFECTION Ol<" MECHANISM. Simple, Compact, Efficient, Durable,...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

MONEY to LEND in large or small sums, at low rate of interest.—Apply to Mr. LAISHLEY, Solicitor, High-street. MONEY to LEND ou first-class freehold socurity, at low rates of interest.— R. C. DYER, Shortlaud-street. MONEY TO LEND in large or small sums at a moderate rate of Interest.— Jackson and Russell, Solicitors. Appointment c^^^^^^^^> > Marchioness Ladyship jfonnanby. MRS. PATE, STAY, CORSET, SURGICAL, AND RIDING BELT MAKER, ViCTOKIA-STREET. Mrs. P. begs to inform the Ladies of Auckland and its vicinity that she has just received, ex Aternytc, a splendid stock of Stay Materials from home, including White and Grey French Coutilles, White and Pink Satteens, Scarlet Lasting and strong Kettering Jean ; also, strong Belt Elastic. Inspection invited. R U S S E~~ L L' S • FIRST CLASS PRIVATE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, PORTLAND HOUSE, HOBSON-STRKKT, AUCKLAND, N.Z. Single and Double Bedrooms and Private Parlours for Families. TERMS MODERATE. ROBERT P E N N EY, CHIMNEY ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

r Q . N SALE 50 hhds. Superior Cider 200 cases Liniejuice Cordial 100 cases Sarsaparilla. BALLIN BROS., UPPER QUEEX-STRBETj Auckland. ON SALE, by TiTiTUNjuERSIGNED Ex 'Orari.' 'City of Auckland,' ' Abernyte,'' Mcndoza,' &c.: 800 bags Fine and Coarse Salt 350 boxes Candles, Belmont and Brandon 5000 Fire Bricks, Stourbridge 500 Arch „ „ 200 casks Cement 100 cases Colman's Starch, white and blue 30 „ Red Herrings, Whybrow's, Mor ton's, and Overall's 10 cases Assorted Peel, Keillor and Mortoi 25 cases Bottled Vinegar 25 cases Pickles 30 cases Salad Oil, assorted brands SO cases Sardines, J and J 20 kegs Carbonate Soda, Cream Tartar and Tart aric A cid 40 dozen -Waxed Calf, 2 bale 3 Kip 280 Ash Oars 20 cases Corrugated Iron 40 cases Muntz Metal, Sheething Nails, do. Feet, Pitch, Tar, Anchors, Canvas. Sheep wash Tobacco and Sulphur! Arrowroot, Cornflour, Gelatine, Sugar, Tea, Oatmeal, Flour, Oats, Maize, Paper Bags, assorted, &c, &c. Agents for Lea &...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

WHAT are the advantages of buying SEWING MACHINE at Denxes'S? They are legion—more numerous than tb changes in the Lingard Sketches! Ist. He keeps 20 different kinds, from £2 2s. 2nd. He keeps that fine Mechanist, P. C Joxes, to help the Ladies out of thoi difficulties, and keep thoir Machine in order free of charge. 3rd. He gives One Month's free trial. N.B.—More anon. GREAT SEWING AND WASHING MACHINE DEPOT, McArthur, Shera & Co.'s Building, QUEEN-STREET. ~O EALITIES FOR CHRISTMAS. CLOSE BROTHERS, 22G & 228, Queen-street, Respectfully announce to their numerous Customers that they arc now showing some of the PRIMEST HAMS AND BACON OF THE SEASON. Due regard has been paid to please the palate of connoisseurs, by having on hand some of the RIPEST CHEESE in the Market. 03T Note our Removal: Close to Messrs. J. and J. Dickey's. CLOSE BROS., 22G & 223, QUEEN-STREET, E.C. "13 F R E N C H JLJ9 HAS REMOVED TO THE - ROYAL rriEA TV/TART, THEATR...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

JOHN SOPPET, HOUSE, LAND, & ESTATE AGENT} NO. 8, QUEEN-STRKET. TO LET, that substantial Brick Store In Highstreet, belonging to Low and Motion. * TO LET, a really good Farm of 150 acres, about ie one half fonoed, and divided into paddocks, pai t of which are under cultivation, tho remainder In grass, together with good orchard, dwelling, j house, stables, cow-sheds, barn, and all neoeisary building, suitable for either dairy or mixed farming purposes, centrally situated, being at X the junction of two main roads, where a good business could be done as Hotel and General v Store. FOR IMMEDIATE SALE, cheap, a comfort I s able 3-roomed Verandah Cottage, with 6(5 x lOu feet, freehold allotment, and a good well. FOR POSITIVE SALE, cheap, a Good Farm of 130 acres, nearly all fenced and under cultivation, except about 40 acres in bush, with good Dwelling-house, stable, cow-shedi, &c, only 12 miles from town. FOR SALE, cheap, at Mah.ur.ingi, 150 acres of really good L...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

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ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

ARRIVALS. iicro, s.s., t>o7 tins, Uaptain Jl , ironi Melbourne, via Sydney

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IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

IMPORTS. Per s.s. Horo, from Melbourne :— n(5 bags rice—Owen & Graham. 5 pkgs. tobacco, 13 jjivtcs. groceries, 5 half-chests tea. 50 boxes tea.—Barnett-& Levy. 11 coi.'s rone.—Sti ne Brothers. 1G cases t undriss.—lreland Brothers. Per Hero from Sydney:— 2 bales leather.—lreland Brothers. 90 cases fruit.—lt. Arthur. 50 cases matches.—Barnett & Levy. 10 kegs nails.—Stone Brothers. ■10 casks ale.—H. S. Meyers & Co. Per Hero from Melbourne: 23 cases, 51 cases wine, 4 chests tea, 211-i chests do., 117 boxes do., 52 cases tobacco, 46 boxes tobacco, 11 packages do., 13 cases cigars, &c, 1 iron value, 70 cases spirits, 2 cases meats. 12 ovens and contents 54 packages groceries, 316 bags rice, 37 packages, 25 cases geneva, 5 qr-casks whiskey, 5 cases whiskey, 71 bars and bundles. 1 case hardware, 14 coils, rope, 2 cases gratings, 115 iron pipes, 351 sheep, 1 case fowls, 5 casks vinegar, 36 baskets bottles, 1 bale bungs, 6 parcels, 1...

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EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

EXPORTS. Per Rapido for London : 17-10 cases (80 tons) kauri gum, value £6,700* 231 bales wool, value £4461; 1 ton bones, value £13. Total value, £11,177 R. Walker & Co., agents.

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ARRIVAL OF THE HERO. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

ARRIVAL OF THE HERO. Thes.s. Hero arrived from Sydney this afternoon. The following is? the Captain's report:— Tho Hero left Sydney and cleared the Heads at 0.30 p.m. on the 28th December, and during the first two days had moderate southerly winds, thence light head winds all tho rest of tho passage, and flue weather throughout, Entered harbour at 2 o'clock p.m. this day (Wednesday). On the first instant at noon, met the mail steamer Australia., bound towards Sydney. Passengers—Rev. A. Brown, Messrs R. Whitson S. Titley, J. Williamson, E. Ticehurst, Master A. Buckingham, Mr and Mrs Ebe'ry and child, Miss Ebcry, and 17 in the steerage. From Sydney : Rev. Mr Webb, Mr and Mrs Cochrane, Mr and Mrs-Hawden, Mrs J. W. Bennett, Miss Wells, Miss Kelly, Mr D. Gunn, A. I. Ingram, C. Wilson, M. Pell, A. W. Shave, Masters Kelly (2), and 25 in the steerage. We are obliged to Mr Cogswell, the purser, for latest Sydney and Melbourne fllos and other favours. The ship City of Auckland is still taking...

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CHIEF POST-OFFICE, AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

CHIEF POST-OFFICE, AUCKLAND. Maiis -will Close as Under. :— For Thames, this day, at 4.30 p.m., and to-morrow, at 2.30 p.m. For Coromandcl, per Lalla Rookh, on Friday next, at.1.30 p.m. For Mahurangi, Matakana, Te.Arai, etc., per Annie Milbanir, to-morrow, at 10 a.m. For Gisborne and Napier, per Southern Cro3B, to-morrow, at 3 p.m. ■ For Wangarei Heads, Waipu, Wangarei and Mangapai, per Arg/le, to-morrow, at 3 p.m. For Tarauaki Southern Provinces, and Chatham Islands, via Lyttelton, per Taranaki, to-morrow, at 10 a.m. Late letters will he received till 10.20 a.m. For Whitianga, Tauranga, and Opotiki, per Rowena, on Friday next, at i p.m. Per Hawea, [on Monday, Bth January, as under:— For India, China, Mediterranean ports, and Continent of Europe, at 3.20 p.m. For Taranaki, Southern Provinces^ and Australian Colonies, at 4.20 p.m. For United Kingdom, via Suez and Southampton, for letters specially addressed, at 4.20 p.m. For United Kingdom, via Brindisi, and late letters for Southern...

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BIRTH. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

BIRTH. KBVBN.-On 2nd January, at her residence, Nolson-strcct, the wife of George Eleven oi a daughter. BURG.ESS.--On Ist January, at Joy Cottage, Hill-street, Newmarket, the wife of Mr. E. Burgess of a son.

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DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

DEATH. STYAK.—On the 2nd January, at his residence, Green Mount, Bast Taraaki, John Styak, Esq., J.P., aged 56 years. The funeral will tako place at 4 o'clock on Friday, 4th instant. Frionds pleaso accopt this invitation. DA VIES.—On the 3rd January, at his parents' residence. Chapel-street, tho beloved son of Samuel and Elizabeth Da.vi« 3, a«ed 19 yoars. The funeral will take place on Friday, tho sth instant,, at 3 p.m. Frienda please accept this invitation.

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The Evening Star : WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED "The Evening News." "The Morning News," and "The Echo." WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1877 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

The Evening Star : WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED "The Evening News." "The Morning News," and "The Echo." WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1877 For the cnw>e that lacks assistant *,'•.", : tor the wrong that needs resista»O(% f, For the future hi the distance, > And the jjood that we can do. , Contrary to general expectation, the Eastern Conference has agreed on a policy which will receive the united support of the Great Powers. The conditions imposed upon Turkey embody reforms of a far-reaching character. From the summary in our telegraphic intelligence it will be seen that although the integrity of Turkish territory is to be fully respected, with the single exception of an enlargement of the little tributary State Montenegro, yet alterations in the boundaries of Herzegovina, Bosnia, and Bulgaria, and the nomination of three Christian Governors, approved by the European Powers, will g...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

The attention of our readers is drawn to the very attractive programme, published ill this issue, of the entertainment to be given to-morrow evening in the Choral Hall. From the preparations, the seloctiona for the concert, and the effectiveness of " Trial by Jury " the entertainment is sure to bo the best of its kind that has beon given for a long thno past. The officers of both the British and Gorman ships of war now in harbour will bo present, and altogether a most brilliant assemblage will grace the hall ontho occasion. Tho members of No. 3 Co., A.11.V. ai'O referred to our advertising columns for orders respecting drill and class firing. A man named Thomas Jlaymes died last night, very suddenly, in the house of a Mr Gilley, opposite" tho Old House at Home, in Victoria-street. Deceased was a cook on board the brigantine Ariolo, but was in indigent circumstances, in consequence of a lack of employment. Gi]ley invited Haymcs to his house for ...

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Terrific Thunder Storm. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

Terrific Thunder Storm. A Boy Struck Bead. Several Persons Knocked Down- [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT], NAPIER, this day. A terrific thunderstorm occurred at Waipawa on Sunday, at about 4 50 p.m., by which a boy Beren years of age, named James Gowing, lost kis life. The boy waa living with Ilia stepfather, Mr. J. M. Wood, manager of tho Bank of New Zealand in Waipawa. At the moment of the occurrence, tho boy with two sisters, were standing close together in the kitchen, near to the door leading into a bedroom, which formed part of the addition to the house. In the conservatory were Mr and Mrs Wood, and several friends. It had been raining heavily and thundering more or less during tho afternoon, when suddenly A BLINDING FLASH OF FIRE was seen by all in the conservatory, accompanied by a crash of breaking timber,- and almost instantly followed by the most awfully deafening peal of thunder those present had over experienced. THE LIGHTNING SHOCK. Mr Wood, who at the time was in a stoopi...

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The Lyttelton Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 3 January 1877

The Lyttelton Regatta. $DV TOfcBGKAPIL] {W>» Orra Svbotai. CoEitEsroNDESrT^. LYTTELTON, Tuesday. Fouk-Oaukd Wiialeboat Race.—Prize, £10. Won by .Lyttelton, in tho Ringarooma ; Christehurch, second. The ship-boat raco resulted in a dead heat-. The Champion Whaleboat Race, prize £50, Avon by AkaAva 5 Lyttolton, second ; Timaru, third. Champion Sailing Race.—lst prize, £100, and a cup worth £25 ; 2nd prize, £10. Five entries : Minnohaha, Transit, and Belle Brandon, schooners, Auckland. XXX and Sarah and Mary, ketches, of Lytteiton. This was won by XXX, Belle Brandon second. Transit and Mmnehaha got out of the race by fouling a ship at anchor* ~ THE SECRET. Champion Yacht Race. —£75, and-N.Z.S. Co.'s Cup, value £25. Six entries. Secret, 27 tons, Auckland 1 Spray, 9 tons, Duricdin ... ...,-..: 2 Annie Ogle, 17 tons,.Lyttelton ... ■ ~: 3 Winona, 17 tons, Dunedin ... !.• 0 Fleetwing, 10 tons, Lyttolton ... ... 0 Jim Flynn, 24 tons, Pigeon Bay built, and sailed by Morgan, of Auck...

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