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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
aiONEY TO liEND •&quot;&quot;-&quot;T^y - to LEND on good Freehold at Lowest Rates. &quot; orn BUCHANAN, i' ABC ■ Solicitor, VULCAN **LANE. , r fo&quot;LEND on Approved Freehold M Surlty, at Lowest Current Rates. ■ BAUME AND MOWLEM. Solicitors, 6, Wyndham-street. LEND in sums of from £60lM) £5 o upwards.-Apply William a Cochrane, Cochrane's Auction Mart, , 18 5, gueenjtreet. ' Money to Lend, (f it Very Low Rate of Interest. «»toN AXD HAMMOND, Solicitors, Nearly nnposite Fort-st., Auckland. I LENT on Interests I liT 01 * 5 . Wills Freehold or other &gt; APP&quot; Ted Apply to MH P. A. VAILE, Soil-1 roff ers C^ V chambera, Queen-st., opposite ; &amp; Le La a n, _______ 1 &quot; LEND ON MORTGAGE ' M°OB FIEST CLASS FREEHOLD IJU. 0B SECURITIES. :-, ■rrtTEMAN, Solicitor and Notary % C Sr_JO9. QUEEN ST. I at a moderate 1 iM ° RATE OF INTEREST. ™ Apply to TAfKSON AND RUSSELL, SHORTLAXD ST. I AND A HALF PER CENT.— I F° W...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
GROCERIES. iryALLACE'S COHORT T&gt;RICE T IST. Main Store: Branch: KAKANGAHAPE RD. ONBHUNGA. J£ED ROCK pRICES T7OR ,pASH. , j . Onehunga People are specially requested to Note the Following— a Kerosene, 3/3 per tin. White Rose FLOUR— 251b bags, 3/ 001b bags, 5/0 Bakiug Powder, loose, finest quality 10d ' per lb Table Jellies, 4Jd per packet Essences, finest quality, 3Jd bottle Mack's Starch, 4£d per lb * Lemon Pec:, sid per lb JAMS— 21b Jars, lid . New Seasons Tins. 3/4 dozen; 3 tins 10d St. George, 4£d tin, 4/6 dozen Honey, 101b tins, 2/9 Salt, 281b 1/ SOAP— Taniwha, 9d bar Household, Ild 5 bars Peerless, GJd bar Dessert American Fruits, 7Jd tUi, 7/ doz. Prunes, best quality, Gd per lb, (ilb, 2/10J BISCUITS— Round Wine, 4d Arrowroot, sid Arrowroot Milk. Bid Sultanas, 6d •Water. 4d . Suowflakes, sid C. Crackers, s£d Coffee. 51d Mixed, 4Jd Ginger Nuts, 4Jd Herrings, Kippered, 8d per tin Salmon, Star o£ India or Red Beauty, 7id tin Currants, best quality, SJd per lb Raisins, S...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
DRAPERY, CLOTHXHG, ETC. ' I o. RS ro^ZT^L;^ c . Special Lines = X j g nised as being one of the Largest, . / &lt;f* &lt; ( § Cheapest, and Most Varied in the SPECIAL LINES in Fur Necklets and Muffs tO jT J C C .°!°&quot; Y .-_. match, Real Seal Jackets, Etc £ J ■•■&gt;;&quot; HIGH-CLASS GOODS. ifp ifiß Jhl fl S jf JACKETS—A Magnificent Selection, very smart goods ; Newest Shapes and Special £ ' € Value. — , ■ ■ — f J ,J* MILLERAIN and CRAVENETTE CLOAKS, LADIES', MAIDS', and CHILDREN'S ■* iSr MACS., an-unrivalled stock of these goods ; we make a speciality of all kinds C of WATERPROOF GARMENTS, and stock reliable makes. DepaPtlTientS &gt; / Particular attention is invited to this Season's SPECIAL IMPORTATIONS. ' &gt; j&gt; . Wpl J WINTER, CLOTHING—The Stock in the Boys' and Men's Clothing | and Outfitting Department is most complete. Smart Ready-to-wear Gar- StOCKGu '&quot;h C ments, equal to Made-to-measure in F...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
PUBLIC NOTICES. _^_____ I£2Os I 1 2iss I 1,1. ■mi . I I I I II I J 1 To complete your hospitable table nothing Prices range from— J more useful or ornamental than one of these ] fashionable HOT WATER KETTLES. We £2 f| 10s 1 have many designs but all superior quality- l&amp;S *| . | silver-plated ware. They are for your in- £ f,^ S +rt ff tnf ( ! spection whether you are a buyer or not. up to *»H AUS | AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY HOLDS THE WORLD'S EECOKD FOB LARGEST BONUSES. RESULTS TAKEN FROM THE FIFTY-FOURTH REPORT. NEW POLICIES—IS,S9I completed, assuring ••♦• JSnleasw POLICIES IN FORCE—I76,BIS assuring £10048340 Exclusive of Bonus Additions, amounting to •• ANNUAL INCOME FROM PREMIUMS and INTEREST is now f^t'lll THE FUNDS OF THK SOCIETY now amount to Sio'oqo/cJk DEATH AND MATURED CLAIMS paid since establishment £13,28a,b&lt;50 CASH PROFIT—The amount of Profit available for Division amongst.. „.«„, the Mpmbers after making exceptional Reserves, is sooo.ooo I...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
/ ~7Z ~~~ i TMPOSTANT NOTICE), FRANK HARRIS &amp; CO., MONUMENTAL MASONS VICTORIA-ST. BAST. Having purchased the well known Monty mental Business of J. AND G. TJCHANAN, Wellesley-st. East, we are now setling the large stock of Finished Mono-' ments, Headstones, Crosses, etc., at price* considerably under the original cost. WE INVITE INSPECTION. Note the Address: WSLLESLEY-ST. EAST, Opposite I. Diie Library. And also at VICTORIA-ST. E'ST, near Albert Park. THE LARGEST STOCK OF FINISHED MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES IN THE COLONY. Estimates, and Designs Free. FRANK HARRIS &amp; CO. VICTORIA-ST. EAST AND WELLESLEXST. .EAST, Telephone 1112. OIIj AND COLOUR-MEN, W. PHiLLIPPS &amp; SON IMPORTERS OF PAPERHANGIN6S GLASS, PLATE, SHEET, AND ORNAMB3NTAL. etc. GLASS SHADES. WHITE LEADS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, AND ALL KINDS OF PAINTERS' MATERIALS AND TOOLS. ARTISTS' REQUISITES OF ALL DBjt SCRIPTIONS. SCRIMS AND CALICO. SPECIAL MAKE FOR TRADE. MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE FRAMES. A ...
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
DEATHS. ELSMORE. —On August 20, at iier late residence, Bni'leigll street, Belinda Charlotte, beloved wife of Edward Els more, Papakura Valley, after a long and painful illness; aged 63. Her cml was peace. Private interment this day. By request of deceased, no mourning to be worn. GOLLAX. — On August 20th, at the residence of his sister, near St. John's Collose West Tuuiaki. after a long illness, Musandor Thomson Gollan, aged 60 years The funeral will leave for the Presbyterian Cemetery. West Tamakl, at 2.30 Saturday. Friends please accept this intimation. MONRO.— On August 20th, 3003, at her late residence. St. George's Bay-road. Charlotte Ann Maria, the dearly beloved wife of Henry A. 11. Monro; aged To years, Private interment. SCOTT.—On August 20th, suddenly, at Auckland, Janet, the dearly beloved wife. &lt;&gt;f John Scott, of Napier-st., Auckland, :iud youngest daughter of the late Henry Naysmith; aged 52 years.
IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
IN MEMORIAM. BKOWX.—In memory of Samuel Brown, who departed this life August 21, 1902; flgeel 72 years. As the ivy clings to tlie rock. Thy memory still clings io mo. Inserted by his loving wife and children. BROWN.—In memory of Samuel Brown, who died August 21st, 1902. Dearest father, thou hath left us, We thy r«*s most deeply feel: But 'tis God Who hath bereft us. He can all our sorrows heal. Inserted by his loving daughters, Jessie and May Brown. BROWN.—In memory of Samuel Brown, who died August 21st. .1002. Gone, but not: forgotten. Ho was with sickness sore oppressed, Which wore his strength awar, But now he's gone I&lt;&gt; endless rest. Where pleasures ne'er decay. Inserted by T. Barker. SOMMER.—In Icivinp memory of my dear father, wlio died at Otahuhu. August 21, . 1000. •'Gone, but not forgotten.&quot; Inserted by his loving daughter, A. Scanner, Albcrt-st., City.
MAIL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
MAIL NOTICE. THIS DAY. For 1-eigli. per Claymore, 7.45 p.m. For Kuaotunu, Whltianga, ana Gum Town per Waitanffi, 7.45 p.m. For Whangarel Heads. Marsden Point, Waipu, Kuakaka. I'arua Bay, Maiigapai, Whaugurei, Kamo, Kaurihohore. Hikurangi. Ngungnro, Poroti. ilnker,.£.ui. u . £ Towal, I'uhipuhi, Whakapara. Kiwakitwn, Opua, Uussell, Waimate North Ohaewni. Kaikohc. Ngawha, Waijiapa,'Kaeo, and Whangaroa, per Clansman. 7.45 p.m. For Turua, Paevoa, TVailii, aud Te Arolia, per Waimarlc, 7.45 p.m. SATURDAY, August 22. For Awaroa, Cowes, aud Ruth's Island, per Paeroa, 5.30 a.m. For Paeroa, Waiui, Thames, , and l-'aurauga, per Train. 0 a.m. For Captain F. Colbeck's, Sandspit, per Hlre're, 9 a.m. For Thames, per Terranora, lo.iy a.m. For Gisbornc, Napier, and Southern Ports, per Xavawera, 11 a.m. Fo- Biuir. per Hawea, 12 noon For Walwera and Warkworth, per Claymore, VI noon „.-., iV . Foi! Waiwera, Tokapn, and Tvarkworth, iier Kapaiiui. VZ noon- -,!,„ „&quot;- Fob Coromaud,el, per Rotoi...
OLD HAURAKI. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
OLD HAURAKI. .The manager telegraphed, to-day:— &quot;Fifteen pounds picked sionc Irom iLegge's.lode at the 100 feet level.&quot;' May Queen Extended. — Another breaking down of tlie reef luNos. 5 and I! .slopes ins taken place, and n few strong blotches and colours of gold were seen in the quart!! that came to hand. The reef in the slopes averages about 10 inches in width, And the quartz carries excellent mineral indications, and the chatfucl of country encasing the reef is sood sandstone. The contractors are making good progress with the drive on the reef west.
WARDEN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
WARDEN'S COURT. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) PAEROA, this day The ordinary sitting of the Warden's Court was held yesterday before Mr 11. S. Bush, S.M., when the following applications were granted: —T. C. Bayldon, Great Lead Extended claim, of 40 acres, at Maratoto; Hikutaia. Gold Syndicate, Limited, six months' protection for the Payroek Consolidated and Maratoto Consolidated claims; N.Z. Jubilee Co., six months' protection for the Jubilee claim; E. N. Davis, two totara trees at Komata; Rich and Brown, sis months' protection for Spionkop and Tugela claims; Waitekaxiri Gold Mining Company, Locket, special claim.
THE MINING OUTLOOK AT WAIHI. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
THE MINING OUTLOOK AT WAIHI. (, By Diamond Drill.) Never before perhaps in the history &lt;D$ Waihi has the raining outlook in that township been fraught with so much expectancy as the outcome of practical development as it is at the present time. To the recent developments in the Grand Junction mine may be attributed the present impetus, which has resulted in the pegging out of abandoned claims, activity on the part of the speculator and prospector, unci various other signs of the times. A portion of Waihi which must attract the attention of the capitalist and speculator alike is undoubtedly that large area lying to the northeast of the Waihi Company's mine, which includes the Grand Junction, Extended, Pride of Waihi, Consolidated, the northern &quot;strip of the Consols,'and the Martha Hill Extended properties. Only quite recently has that portion of the Waihi mine, on the footwall side of the, Martha lode, been proved to carry other' lodes, which upset the former ...
SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
SHAREMARKET. AUCKLAND STOCK EXCHANGE TO-DAY'S QUOTATIONS. BUSINESS DONE— Victoria Aid Waihi Consols juj STANDARD STOCKS— Sellers. Buyers. Bank of Now Zealand 84/0 .. J&gt;o/0 National Bank -- .. UO/0 Union Bank- ■ - .. 700/0 New Zealand Insurance .... Stj/i; .. — National Insurance 2'2/;j .. 21/R South British Insurance .. -lia,/«. .. HO/o Standard Insurance 30/;! .. ■ N.Z. and River Plate (old). 27/0 .. 2(5/0 N.Z. and River Plate (new) 27/0 .. 2G/&lt;&gt; Ilikuranjri Coal 3.2/;; .. — Taupirl Coal 10/0 .. — Thames Gas .- . . 31/0 Gisborne Gas ' 117/0 .. — Northern Steamship (p.u.). 1&quot;/!) .. 15/3 Northern Steamship (cant.). 7/2 .. 7/1' Devonport Steam Ferry . . -&lt;0/0 '.. ,'}S/6 Kauri Timber (p.u.) 17/0 .. — Kauri Timber (cont.) 4/Q .. '4/8 L.OB. Timber .'. — .. 41/0 Itiinn Timber 22/6 .. — Avondale Brick and Pottery 3i)/0 .. — D.S.C., Limited 12/» .. — Milne &amp; Ohoyce, Ltd. (ord.) 20;0 .. — New Zealand Drug:, £2 — .. 47/fi Sh...
DRIVEN TO BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
DRIVEN TO BAY. Willie: &quot;Father, what, does &quot;cleave 1 mean?&quot; Father: &quot;It means to unite, or stick together.&quot; Willie: &quot;Then, of the butcher cleaves a bone, does he stick it together, pa?&quot; Father: &quot;Why—or—l think it means to separate, my son.&quot; Willie: &quot;And when a man separates from his wife, does he cleave to her, father?&quot; Father: &quot;Young man, it's time yon were in bed.&quot;
MUCH MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
MUCH MARRIED. ■'Pat, you have been married three times, I believe?&quot; &quot;Yes. sir; my first wife was too good for me, and the Lord took her; my second wife was a-bad woman, and the devil took her; but my third wife is so much worse that neither the. Lord nor the devil would have her. so I have to keep her myself.
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. Ninth Contingent..' , —Your - letter too personal. TIRED BACHELOR'S LAMENT iTo tho Editor.) .Sir—ln answer to &quot;A Tired .Bachelor/ I may say that t for one could keep house and make things comfortable oil £3 and less. 1 have had a good deal ot experience, but have not been fortunate enough in catching a husband, for all the men of my acquaintance are too fond of horse racing, etc., etc., enjoying themselves. They&quot; cannot save enough to start a home with. I am waiting now for an introduction to a bachelor or widower to keep house for, as I am now seeking a means ;to earn a living and a shelter or home. I .have a good deal of useful things to help to make home comfortable, so. dear Mr: Editor, if anyone wants such a person, I am open for an engagement.—Thanking you, dear Mr Editor, I am, etc.,
AN OLD MAID IN WAITING. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
AN OLD MAID IN WAITING. (To the Editor.) Sir,—T read in. your correspondence column of to-night's paper a letter from &quot;A Tired Bachelor,&quot; for whom I feel very sorry. Young men of w-day can look forward to marriage with less hope of getting a housemaid, laundress and cook combined than they could a few years ago. Girls are beginning to see the true side of life a little better than they would have done ten years ago, and as they can got good employment and good wages, and are not afraid to work for it. they are not slow enough to run away with the first, or secon.l, one who says &quot;Be my fair bride!&quot; 1 think I speak for a good many girls when I say that young men are not encouraged because they are so inconsistent. Who wishes to be complimented and made much of by some one who treats every girl the same? Fall out with his girl to-day and get a new one to-morrow. Xo; girls like to know that they can be independent in the present age&am...
RE EPSOM TRAM SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 21 August 1903
RE EPSOM TRAM SERVICE. (To the Editor.) Sir, — 1 think the sooner we go bark to the old horse-oars the better it will be for the residents of Epsom. For the past fortnight an intending passenger may have had to wait any time up to three-quarters of an hour for a car, and should think himself extremely lucky if he catches one after waiting for twenty minutes. . Can you inform me if the Electric. Tram Company are not under contract to run a 20 minutes' service to Epsom? If such is the case, the sooner the company is compelled to run to its time the better. I am informed that on Wednesday last some seven or eig ! &gt;t people, after waiting at a stopping-place for about 25 minutes, had the satisfaction of at last seeing a car approach, but had still to wait .for another 20 minutes, as the driver did not see fit io stop, although there were many vacant seats in his car.—l am, etc.. DISaUSTED Newmarket, August: 20, 1903.