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COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
COMING EVENTS. As tnblishea In &quot;Auckland Star.&quot; MEETINGS TO-NIGHT. H ! s Majesty's Theatre--Stino and Evans&quot; Company Opera House—The Majeroni Company Citiy Hall—Fuller's Entertainers St.* Benedict's Hall —Garrison. N.C. O&amp;&gt; cers' Ball, 8. Hibernian HaII—N.I.O.O.F. Loyal Pioneer Lodge 93G Social, S. Parnell Oddfellows' Hall —Loyal Painell Lodge 1.0.0. F. Social. 8. St. Mark's Hall, Remuera—Biograpb Entertainment, *. Panmnre Foresters' Hall—Concert smd Dance, 8. MEETINGS TO-MORROW. Domain—Hockey Match, Canterbury tfc Auckland, S. Alexandra Park—Football, Thames- fk Auckland, 3. Goverairieiit Paddock—Fcotball, to' SW Veterans' Home. 3. His Majesty's Theatre—Matinee &quot;Waeoi is Cobb?&quot; :• •,. AUCTIONS TO-MORHOW. . BucltlaM &quot;and rjml dead stock. Ptinl,-''Pnkefcc&amp;e, HfFnn&gt;|ture, lire and dead lS£*ck, Rn-marainti, i.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
WHEN &quot;POPPA&quot; WENT TO BED. &quot;Young man,&quot; said the stern parent, with the&quot; accent on the young., &quot;do you intend to stay here all night holding my daughters hand and looking her in the face like a sick calf?&quot; &quot;No, sir.&quot; &quot;What do you intend to do, then?' ■ .&quot;Well, I had thought when you did us the kindness to retire I would put my arm round her waist, and if. she., did not object too forcibly I might risk a.kiss.
THE SHIPPING AND SEAMEN'S BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
THE SHIPPING AND SEAMEN'S BILL. AN IMPORTANT MEASURE. (By Telegraph— Parliamentary Reporter.) &quot;WELLINGTON, Thursday. The Shipping and SeamenV Bill, a precis of which appeared in the &quot;Star a couple of weeks ago, came up for its aecond reading last night. In moving the second reading, the Hon. Hall-Jones said the time was not far distant when we would have a large mercantile marine almost wholly owned is the colonies, and a measure whicn would secure the adequate control of tMs fleet was requisite. The bill now under discussion was practically as at lett the Select Committee , last year, Ine Minister gave details of the New Zealand mercantile fleet, stating that 325 sailing vessels, of 44,670 tons, and 224 steamers, of 10,352 tons, were registered in New Zealand- Of these, 194 sailers, of 17,639 tons, and 93 steamers, of 12,179 tons, were owned in Auckland. A question likely to raise some discussion was that contained in clause four of the bill, regarding res...
HAMILTON BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
HAMILTON BOROUGH COUNCIL. (By !&quot;'■&gt; ;:aph.—Own Correspondent.) HAMILTON, Thursday. The Hamilton BoL-ouah Council met last Mr J win Bbylan, engineer.for warded plans etc., lor a drainage scheme for Hamilton m two sections. The estimated cost of tue entire scheme was £4422. ile suggested that the amount of loan should be uxed at £450 U. This matter was deferred for a special meeting; of the Council. it was decided to obtain a certificate of title for all the borough endowment l&amp;.ids. The Survey Department repo.ced that tue law would not allow Lots 2oZ&gt;, Waniiitou West, and iM, Hamilton Bast, pound Reserves, being set apait .is endowments, but the department had no objection to changing the purpose of the reserves to some suitable one that may be suggested. The Hall Committee ' recommended that tin- committee, as represented by Mr Barion, Mayor, and .Mr Swarbrick, confer with Mr Mahony, of Auckland, on the question. Receipts for the year w...
OHINEMURI. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
OHINEMURI. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspoadent.) FAEHOA, Thursday A special meeting of luv Olaumuuri County Council was helil Uiit: n£l&lt;:iin&gt;oii to receive aijpiicauoijs wt ilic poaiUuu oi: County i-,n--gineer. 'Xwenty-niuu upi'ticauouss w'e.e received, anu, uner feoin a uno &gt;. vmmiUte'i to consider vie appiii.-ui.ioii.-&gt;, im Council uccideJ io adjourn Ltiu decision till i'nmo , , iiii; Uiitli iust. i'aftroa Sanitation.—A very lensthv report on sanitary uiaitera in Paeroa was re- L-tiivcU iro-iu Dr. District Ueaitn ukecr. The doctor strongly urged the luylug down of a mum sewer turoujjb the town, iusiead oi tiie pi:e«eut open drain. He u*ao drew attention lo itte iuauuitury couuicion of the various stubies, and recomaieuded concrete rioors, vtr. The Council decided to ask Dr. Makgill Co let them nave some copies of by-laws suitable for I'aeroa from which the Council draft suitable regulations. Insurance of Waged Men.—The Council decided to re...
PIAKO. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
PIAKO. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.; HAMILTON, Thursday The Piako County Council met at Morrlnsville on Wednesday. A slaughtering license was granted to Kinnerty and Bethel, of Waharoa. S. Driver's offer to clear the drain on Waitoa-MaUniata road at S/6 per chain was accepted. The Council confirmed the application of the Matamata Koad Board to close tfie road adjoining section 14 of Alatamatu South. A subsidy amounting to £75 for repairs to the Waibrouiiouini tramway ft as received, also £100 on account of wkork done oil Thompson's track, Tauranga. The clevk read ii statement of the valuation of lands in the county, showing: Crown land, £17,2fiS: native land, £55.002; rated lands, £917,483. The Works Committee was authorised to obtain timber to repair the bl£ tunnel on the Waiorongomai tramway. A numbor of road works recommended by the foremen of different districts Vere authorised. A special meeting was held for the purpose of authorising the sale of 30 acres near Waitoa saley...
WAIHI. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
WAIHI. WAIHI. Thursday. Mr 11. Gordon, mining engineer, and Mr Ryan, sub-inspector of mines, paid a Hying visit to WalhJ to-day. A meeting of Indies In connection with the proposed volunteer bazaar was hold last evening. A strong committee was appointed, and it was decided to lloid the bazaar three days in November, and that the proceeds go in aid of the Volunteer Hall Fund. The Public Library trustees have decided to erect extra shelving, and have an np-to-dnte catalogue, also to increase the insurance on the books. The number of books including recent purchaoes Is 088. A donation of 57 novels was • received from Mr Saundere. The sub-eominittee purchased Mr Saunders library of '150 books for £23.
PAEROA. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
PAEROA. (By Telegraph.-—Own Correspondent.) PAEROA, Thursday, At the Magistrate's Court, before Mr Bush, John Tyjerson, alias Johnson, was charged with breaking and entering the premises of C. Vincent, and stealing therefrom a pair of reins and a bit. After hearing considerable evidence the Magistrate discharged accused. He was then charged with break ing several windows, and, on accused giving a promise to pay for the damages, the cases were withdrawn. The two men, Sarelgh and JJasseli, brought up last week before two justices on a charge of threatening behaviour at Karangahake in an hotel and remanded for the Magistrate's Court, were referred back to the justices, as Mr Bush considered that they having heard the ca.se were quite competent to decide it.
WHANGAREI. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
WHANGAREI. (From Our Own Correspondent) The Whangarei Brass Band, which has been reorganised under the capable management of Mr Tremain, have resolved that it is desirable to send a representative band to wnipete in the proposed contest to be held at Rotorua during the carnival week In February. With this object inTiew a start is to be made to work up pieces to be played during the contest. The co-operation of all the bands in this vicinity has been requested, and it is anticipated that a hearty response will be received, and without doubt, with the material to work on, it will be possible to place in the field a most efficient band equal to any band that may be taking part In the contest. The Marsden Mounted Rifles, after a considerable time, during which the corps was under the command of Lieut. Key.te, have re-elected Capt. Clark-Walker to command, Lieut. Keyte having resigned. Private G. J. Rastrick has been elected Lieutenant in his place. The strength of the corps has been ver...
CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
CITY COUNCIL. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Auckland City Council was held last evening, when there ,'were present His Worship the Mayor (tl|fi Hon. E. Mitchelsonj, Messrs O. Knight, M. Casey, J. McLeod, L. ,1. Bag-nail, S. G. Brown, T. T. Maseneld, V. IS.. Hutchiuson, .1. Court, J. T. Julian, C&gt; J. Parr, J. i'atterson, A. K. Glover, C. Grey, aud Dr. Sharman. Leave of absence was granted to Mr Dignan on account of ill-health. :. ■■■'• .. Open Spaces.—The Secretary of the Municipal Association of New Zealand wrote stating that he had sent the Council's letter re open spaces to the Government, with a suggestion that it be submitted to the law officers. Mr Baume, M.H.It., ' wrote forwarding a copy- of a letter he had received from the Attorney- General, stating that Cabinet would be consulted on the subject. The letters were received. Statuary for the Park.—The Departments of Trade and Customs wrote stating that duty should have been demanded on both shipments of u...
BLOOD SPITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
BLOOD SPITTING. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Cure a Hawke's Bay Man. Don't spit blood. Don't i«t yourself slip into consumption. Weaic lungs are due to weak blood —a cough tears the weakened tissues — and then come Blood-spitting, Hemorrhage, Influenza, Pneumonia, Conpy sumption. I But Dr. Wil/~l liams' Pink Fills / 3to P tnis (lca(l! y train of trouble. MmuT/m Tho - v aetua,ly f. / M&amp; h ) I W/)lm wake. new, /MB 7 V lit i strong ' &quot; ~ red I'fV !(]£■/ I blood that goes straight to the iurigsj. Mowing through all these delicate veins you see in the picture, it heals the torn tissues 'a,nd strengthens every membrane. &quot;A heavy cold settled on my lungs,&quot; says Mr Henry Harrison, Taradalc, Hawkn's Bay, &quot;and I spat blood. Influenza brought on congestion of the lungs. Then the bronchial tubes became partly stopped, and Bronchitis and Asthma resulted. My violent fits of coughing could be heard all over. Every cough was like a knife b...
Doris Marlowe [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
Doris Marlowe Or &quot;A WOMAN'S SOUL.&quot; By CHARL Author of &quot;Leola Dale's Fortime,&quot; &quot; T Etc. CHAPTER XXXn. &quot;I LOVE HIM STTX.IV &quot;Really, that was a very good idea of Mr Spenser Churchill's,&quot; said Lady Despard, looking round* her, as she leaned over the bridge which spans the river running sleepily down to the sea. &quot;I should never have thought of coining to Pescia, but, then, 1 never have any idea&gt; of any sort, and Mr Spenser Churehil is so clever, isn't he, Mr Levant?&quot; b?i-added, turning her head lazily to 'when Percy Levant sat upon the stone coping of the bridge, looking down at the river, and now and again glancing at the face of Doris, who stood with her eyes fixed dreamily upon the perfect blue of the skies. &quot;Oh, yes, he is very clever,&quot; he assented, quietly; &quot;very.&quot; &quot;And I really t...
A POISONED WOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
A POISONED WOUND. PROMPTLY HEALED BY ZAM-BUEj &quot;I cut my hand with a rusty knife J says Mr B. F. Clarke, of High-street, Iff Maitland, &quot;with the result that 'the wound' was poisoned, and I expected td have some considerable difficulty in oof* ting it to heal. Hearing of the efficacj of Zam-Buk, I decided to give it a trial The first application reduced the-inflanj,' mation, and after four applications the wound was completely healed, thus en* abling me to return to my work nweH sooner than I anticipated.&quot; Zain-Bufc Ointment will be found a certain cure for Chapped and Cracked Hands, Chit blains,' Eczema, Piles, Ringworm, Cuti Bums, Boils, Bruises, Running Sores, Pimples, Blackheads, Barcoo, tism, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Sciatica, etc, A free sample will be sent you on receipt of a penny stamp for postage. Address! The Zam-Buk Coy.,. 39 Pitt-street, Sydney. * ''&quot;'m
"I Looked So Ghostly." [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
&quot;I Looked So Ghostly.&quot; DEPRESSED and DESPONDENT, •■■':'■! The Case of Mrs. G. O'SHEA, | . • - ■■ i (By a Local Reporttr.) &quot;Six years ago,&quot; said Mrs. Georgia! O'Shea, of Alexandra-street, Auckland, &quot;I was very ill with an attack of dy£ pepsia, which was unusually violent ia character. Being in a delicate state of health in other respects at the same time, combined to shatter my health completely. All the power went oat of me, and I thought I was going to die.? &quot;How did you feel when first attacked by your illness?&quot; &quot;Well, I found myself gradually becoming unable to' do my housework. f used to start cleaning up, and then leave off in the middle of my work, too fatigued and exhausted to do any more. I had not enough energy to dress my« self j often refraining from going out off business on that account. After eating I had a terrible sick feeling, accompanied with acute stomach pains ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
STATUTORY DECLARATION. ' 1, Georgiana O'Shea, of Alexander '-Stem Auckland, in the Colony of New Zealand, «, solemnly and sincerely declare that I ha&quot;? en* fully read the annexed document, consisting olim. folios, and consecutively numbered from one to i?% and thnt it contains and is a true and faithful acer ; m. of my illness and cure by Clements Tonic, »™*3 contains my full permission to publish In anrwa?»»| etatements-which I give voluntarily, without rew*i Ing any payment; and I make this solemn decw*. tion conscientiously believing the same to beam end by virtno of the provisions of an A« General Assembly ot New Zealand, inHtuied, iw Justices of Peace Act, 1882. Declared at Auckland, this j,&quot; e *' October, one tftousand nine hundred. &gt;e«wjp». THOMAS H. WHITE, IJV Used at table and In cooking, Cerebos Salt is not only dainty and economical but it makes all the food more strengthening; because contains the Bran Phosphates (absent from White Br...