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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

The Auckland Star. 224. AUCKLAND. N.Z.. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1904 PRIOE-ONE PENNY.

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

TABLE TALK. Fire at Gisborne. Suez mail arrived. Count Bismarck is dead 'Frisco mail leaves on. Friday. Moans arrived from' Sydney. Terrific bombardment of Port Arthur. • Terms of Anglo-Tibetan • Treaty - uublished. * *^ Russians will fight to the south of Mukden. . New Zealand won inter-colonial tennis tournament. '.■■', . "■= Two-thirds of Port Arthur garrison silk or wounded. {' Advancing Japanese are constantly skirmishing with Russians. Raid on an alleged opium den in Grey street on Saturday night. " There are nine Russian volunteer cruisers in the neighbourhood of Gibraltar. Berthing of the Moana was delayed by the presence on board of a case of measles. Anti-war feeling in Russia is increasing. One district has a shortage of 9900 reservists. ~ Marriage of German. Crown Prince is expected to take place about March next at Schwerin. Five hundred cavalry who went out from Port Arthur to attack the Japanese failed to return. Russia, has conceded the term...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

■ __-— SHIP CO. OF NEW ZEALAND LTD. TtS2 TIME TABLEHH Offerer and ether circum- JL^- - ' ™ stances permitting.) ■.tfEOM~O™ NGA - 20th Sept., 3 CallB Thars Sept. 3 p.m...2.10 Lrttelton LrtteltontfßOM FOB WgStifiS "f E ?f m ?0E BLUFF OAMAKU, gept (meflntime) | WSMta " ,30 P .m. FOB FIJI; T^ A a ' 6th Oct., 12 noon after 5 pan. No cargo 'nt Suva with R.M.S. Miowera. Coimecting a : |uv« ncoover , m _,SL Y ISLANDS. SAMOA, m FRIENDLY % yDNEY Haapai Vavau, Apia. Levuka, . __,i Wednesday, 21st Sept., 5 p.m. ManapoM VeYeivedalbugside after 2 p.m. No cargo receivea aw = Four weeks later AND „—. -« Tnesdav, 4th Oct., 5 p.m. V&jSSS+S*** after 2 p.m. pBOM FOR SYDNEY, üb-ta Saturday, 24tb September HB?"jffiLBOIJBNE, VIA SOUTHERN FOB M|£g HQBART TMfcue ...Thursday. 29th September """* SOUNDS CRUISE. an WAIKABE ' will leave Dunedin for Wt Coast Sounds on or about 17th January, 1905. Tirkßts available for stop-...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

SHIPPING. AT°RTHERN STEAM SHff" §S>£<S| COMPANY. PROPOSED SAILINGS. " . TIME TALLE. Weather and other circumstances permitting. FOR RUSSELL AND OPTJA. Steamer. • Date of Sailing.' i^ toa i, Evei "y Thursday, 6 p.m. FOR UPUA, WHANGARUA, AND I m MANGONUI. Wellington Every Monday, at 5 o.m. pad .«m S ? received for Russell. FOR AWAA'Ui, WAiHARARA, AND HOHOURA. Chelmsford....Monday, 19th Sppt., 2 djo. „, „ All Frei Shts must be Prepaid FOR PARExNUA, XE KAO. HOUHORA AND HOKIANGA. Muritai Monday, 26th Sept., 12 noon FOR TAURANGA. Waitangi. Monday, 19th Sept, 7 p.m. *aiotahi Tuesday, 20th Sept., 1 pju. SWaitangi Friday, 23rd Sept., 5 p.m. $Calling at Mercury Hay •Passengers only. FOR MAKETU AND MATATA Maketu. — Every Monday and Friday Matata Every Friday FOR MERCURY BAY. Muritai Monday and Friday at 8 p.m. All Freights must be Prepaid. FOR KUAOTUNU AND KENNEDY'S CAY. Terranora Every Friday, at 8 p.m. All Freights must be Prepaid....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

SHIPPING. *S^— TTUDDART. PARKER, AND J - L C°- PROPRIETABX, VyPcSJ LIMITED. Splendid well appointed steamers irttl be ; despati-hed from Auclfland as under, weaj ther and other circumstances permitting:— [ FOR SYDNEY. Westralia Monday, 26th Sept., 5.30 pjn. ZEALAND LA.. Monday, 10th Oct., 5.30 p.m. FOR GIBBOENE, NAPIER, WELLINGTON, LYTTELTON, AND DUNEDLN". Zealandia Tuesday, 27th SepL, 2 p.m. .Tuesday, 11th Oct., 2 p.m. Cargo must be booked am', alongside not less than TWO HOURS oefore advertised time of departure. All Tickets are available also for Stopover or Retnrn by ANY UNION CO.'S STEAMERS, and holders of Union Co.'B Tickets may trave! by WESTRALIA. ZEALANDIA. or VICTORIA. L. D. NATHAN AND CO- Agents. a. nrvHE tyser libb, J- LIMITED. RlllllSk DIRECT STEAM SER- I I Between the S ' UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND AUSTRALASIA. FIKST CLASS CARGO STEAMERS. Talosg Cargo for MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, AUCKLAND, WELLINGTON, CANTERBURY. AND OTAGO. The Company's next despatches will b...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

FOB &£XE. rpOR SALE, Small Grocery Business, a •A- bargain.—For particulars, apply Star Office. |X(X>R SALE, Geaf s English Bicycle, new, >A with accessories, cash offer wanted,— J Address K.R.. Star Office. TCTOR SALE, £150, Cottage 4 rooms, Arch A. Hill, comer lot, close tram; let 8/. — Geo. Sayers, Karangahape-road. ' TjlOR SALE, „ Birkenhead" good Section, • A- smins. wharf, 20/ per foot.—E. N. Tizard. Mining Agent, 93, Qneen-st. t SALE, White Lime. Death to gar,A. den pests.—New Zealand Portland t Cement Co., 76, Victoria Arcade. - ™r SALE, £360, Symonds-st., City, A- Cottage 4 rooms, scullery, gas and water.—Geo. Sayers, Karangahape-road. ; SALE, £135, Boacdlnghouse, Furniture, ■*■ture, etc., going concern; six constant 1 boarders.—Geo. Sayers, Karangahape-rd. "pOR SALE, almost new lGft Yacht, all A. ■ running gear complete, mootings, etc.; £12.— H. Barton, Boatbuirder, Ponsonby. P*OR SALE, £30, will purchase goodwill...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

| ■ TO UT. rpO LET, Furnished, 2 Rooms, kitchen, ■A- bath, nice view; Bmin from Union Bank; 9/. —Apply Star Office. rpO LET, 2-roomed Cottage, with nse of ■A. washhouse and copper.—Apply A. W. Russell, Fruiterer, Gt. North-road. rpO LET, Large Front Double Bed-Sitting ■A- Room, every convenience.—Kew Lodge, College Hill, 4th above England-st. rp© LET, 7 roomed House, with one or two ■A. acres, in best part Onehunga; 1 acre in crop—Jas. Beaver, senr., Onehunga. fl>o LET, Furnished Rooms for respect- A- able married couple; also for single men, from 3/. —Rose Cottage, Grey-at. *yO LET, Sunnyside, Devonport, 6-roomed A- House, gas, bathroom, etc.; rent 11/6. — Wm. Handley, "The Cliffs," Devonport. rpo LET, bright Furnished Rooms, with a.' or withont board, use bath, piano.— .Peachy J-lead, Grafton road, near Choral Hall. VTMJ LET, Furnished Rooms, with or witb- A- out board, terms moderate.—Mrs Starr, "Old Connaught," Senti...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

. WAHTEP. i A YOUNG MAN with small capital wlsh•"■ es to join in a profitable going concern. —Address G., 966 Star Office.! T>OOT TRADE.—Wanted, good Bench A_» Hand for jack lasts, constant work; also, a Girl for machine room, one who can • fit preferred.—H. Schofield and Sons, Karangahape-road. /"TOOK. — Thoroughly reliable Young • | Man requires a position where he , may gain more experience; highest refer' • ences; small salary.—W., 857, Star Office. TyOMESTICATED Lady requires Position , ■*-* ,3 Companion 'to elderly lady or - couple, good muse and needlewoman; piigb. est references.—Hall, 280, Star Office. lADY wishes Position to look after In, * valid.—Address, Competent, 864, Star . Office. ILTEDiCAL MAN wanted for Tofoga Bay; ■***• most be married; guarantee £300; estimated income from private practice at . least £200. Applications most be addressed to Dr. Mason, Chief Health Officer, Public Health Department, Wellington. W. E. HOLDER, Ch...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

WAMTKP. ■■ WANTED, a Housemaid. — Apply Mrs Ramsay. Tauwhare, Waikato. fnP'ANTED, Boy for the shop.—William ! : »v H. Hazard, Gunmaker, Queen st. ANTED, a General Servant. —Mrs Creeth, VauxhaJl-road, Devonport. SJXSANTED, Boy for Blind Man.—Brighton •»» House, next City Hotel, Hobson st. [rTTjANTED, 2 good Balers.—Apply Henry ivy! Johnston, Flax Merchant, Fort st. WANTED, an experienced Housemaid. — Apply Mrs O'Connor, Victoria Hotel. JTXT'ANTED, a Young Woman Cook.—Blue " Post, Victoria-st. E. Thos. Godkin. WANTED, Work by young man, references.—Address F.J., 860, Star Office. WANTED, a good steady Boy.—Apply Soap Factory, Rose-st., Eden Terrace. WANTED, an Improver for the millinery workroom. —Apply J. Court, Queen-st. TXTANTED, at once, Good Machinists — »v Miss Woods, Crummer Rd., Ponsonby. ANTED, small Digester.—Post particulars N.JS. Industries Co., Kort-street, Auckland. ANTED to Borrow, the sum of £20u7 good security.—Address Owner, 734, Star Office. ANTED, Gene...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

j- . VT^^'Qst,''Airo';7p]Din>. 1 (i/■"■■■•'•■ ' Gold Medal J-U/« Brooch, iuL Onehunga, name on back. —Finder receives above reward on returning to" T. H. Pardihgton, Queen-st., Onehnngap-j ■■ ;. -..;.. ;■';- ~ ■•'-' LOST, Irish Terrier Pup.—Reward, T. Prosser, Newton Boot Warehouse. OST, Brown Pony, with bridle and saddle on the One Tree Hill-road; reward £1-Mt HUi;/'Mt.':Rtf9-U- -'■'.' LOST* the night of Mr Towscy** Concert, between ,Ponsonby and _i_ Majesty's •■' Theatre, or in 'Theatre," 'Gold Bar Brooch, with large amethyst.—Reward, Star' Office. OST on Friday, arid September, Lady's : Fawn Jacket and Blue Mackintosh, between KarangaUape' road,- Ponsonby road, Jervois l-oad, Wallace St., -Argyle 6t.—Reward, Bennett's, Milliner,. Karangahape rd. -. EOSTy 'all fear . of.-, faulty, drain 9: if laid , 'WithriCrown i Brand Portland Cement and ; -Hydraulic Lime.— N.Z. " Portland Cement Co.. "6. Victoria Arcade...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

PERSONAL. The Hon. W. Beehan, M.L.C., returned to Wellington yesterday. I Captain Todd is a passenger to Syd- [ ney by the Mararoa to-night. i Mr Arthur H. Nathan returned to ! Auckland yesterday in the Moana from a short visit to Sydney. Colonel Tom Price, C.8., retired from the position of Commandant of the Queensland Forces last month- Dr. R. H. Makgill, of the bacteriological section of the Public Health Department, is visiting Auckland for a few days. i Mr Haydon, from Palmerston North, succeeds Mr Hislop, Home Missionary, at Kaihu. Mr Hislop is to be transferred to Huntly. Sergeant Drake, of Newton, has been appointed to succeed Sergeant Moon at Whangarei. Mr Moon is retiring from the service. Mr Gillon, purser of the Moana, went ashore at Sydney for a holiday, and his place has been taken by Mr H. C. Williams for this trip. Messrs J. Ralph, A. B. Shand and Michell, Sydney lawyers, arrived in Auckland by the Moana on business, and are staying at the Star Hotel. The Official As...

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FIRE IN A CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

FIRE IN A CHURCH. ■ Ky Telegraph—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, this day. During service at the Roman Catholic Church, Boulcott-street, last evening, the Jieat from the electric motor fired the boards under the church. The smokl alarmed the congregation, who were asked to retire in order. This was done, although a few women displayed alarm. The fire was soon extinguished with the aid of the water supply recently insisted on by the corporation, and the congregation re-entered the building, and the service was concluded without further intern'] t:on. LATE SHiPPiNG. The Bluff. September 19.—Arrived: i'apanui. s.s. and Monowai, s.s.. from Dunedin. Tiip It.M.s.. Sonoma, which left Auckland on the 2nd inst.. is due at San Franeicso to-day. _ t elhonrn(l - September 19. _ Arrived- BBS. Indragkiri. s.s., from London, en route for Auckland. kHu HJLs. Psyche was floated out of the I Calliope Dock this afternoon, after un- I dergoing extensive repairs and over-

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THE GOLDPIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

THE GOLDPIELDS. ON 'CHANGE. The market did not open quite so strong for mining shares as it was on Saturday, but free transactions took pla«e in Thames lines at satisfactory prices. New Moanatiri shares did not maintain the whole of the 2/ rise that took place on Saturday morning, but transactions took place at from 7/6 to 7/3, with further buyers at 7/2, whereas on Friday the closing quotation was 5/9. Kuranui Caledonian shares had a smart rise, selling freely from 2/4 i< 2/6, with later sales at 2/5, at which figure more could have been placed. Old Alburnias did not maintain the whole of the shilling rise that took place on Saturday, being sold at 3/10 to 3/7, as against 2/10 on Friday. New Saxons had a good rise, several thousands changing hands at 1/ *, and Victorias sold at 9d. Kuranui shares firmed up to buyers at 1/4, and Eclipse sold at 7d. In Waihi lines, Extendeds sold at 8/4 and 8/5. and Souths at 6d, and Prides at 1/3, while 114/ was offered for Waihi share*, ...

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MAHARA ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

MAHARA ROYAL. The winze on No. 1 has been sunk 63ft. In the bottom there is a good class of sandstone formation between the hangingwall and footwall portion of the reef, interspersed with strong mineral veins. The footwall part is about two feet in thickness, showing gold in the ore occasionally. WATHI GBANTyjTJNCTION, Tenders have been invited by the Waihi Grand Junction Company for earthworks connected with excavation of the battery site. A good deal of the machinery has already been transported from Waihi to the battery site NEW ECLIPSE. The Eclipse reef left standing when j the lower, level was pushed along to the ! Vulcan junction has been broken down. | It is eight to nine feet thick, well mineralised, and a few colours of gold hare been seen. BUNKER'S HTLL. The manager reports that a toping has still been continued in the winze on the 4in leader below the No. 4 Jevel, where another 51b of specimen stone were obtained during the week, making the total amount of specimen 351b, ...

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WHANGAREI NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

WHANGAREI NEWS. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) WHANGAREI, tbis day. At two o'clock yesterday morning Mrs Fenton, a well-known Waipu resident, dropped dead. She was apparently in her usual health on the previous day, when she visited her friends. Her daughter heard a fall and went into her mother's room, where she found her mother dead on tne flood. Mr Porter, who has been officially inspecting orchards as far North as Mangonui, reports that he found many of them in a neglected and uncultivated state. He 6ays more fruit is grown hi the Whangarei district than in the whole country to the north. A meeting of Justices of Peace has been called to make a. presentation to Sergeant Moon, who is leaving the police force after 33 years' service. The Grahamstown railway bridge is completed, and will be handed over to the Public Worws Department on Saturday. Mr Gibbons has commenced the erection of the Kahikatea sawmill near Hikurangi, and operations are expected to,begin in February.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

To-day is the Jewish Day of Atonemen —the tenth day of the seventh month in the Jewish calendar —and it is being celebrated as usual. The annual University football match, "Arts and Science" v. "Law, ,r was played at Buckland's paddock on Saturday, and resulted in a win for the "Arts and Science" by 10 points to 6. Although the ground was very heavy, the match, was fast and well-contested, and some very good football was shown. For the winners ■ tries were scored by Miller and Webster, which were converted by Thompson and Brown. For the "Law" Hampson and Newton scored. Mr. E. Craig refereed.

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EARTHQUAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

EARTHQUAKE. HOKITIKA AND GREYMOUTH SHAKEN. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) GREYMOUTH, this day. A sharp shock of earthquake was experienced here last night at half-past nine. HOKITIKA, this day. A strong shock of earthquake was felt here at 9.35 last night.

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HONOURING THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

HONOURING THE PREMIER. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) HOKITTKA, this day. - Complete arrangements are being made to celebrate , on the 29th inst., the Premier's Parliamentary jubilee as a member of the House of Representatives for a quarter of a century. A public holiday will be declared. Mr and Mrs Seddfcn are expected to visit the constituency, when a public presentation of plate, subscribed for throughout the electorate, will be made. A mass gathering of electors will be held in the open air. It is also intended to entertain Mr Seddon at a public dinner, and Mrs Seddon at a social in the evening. The town will be decorated and illuminated for the occasion.

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WINDOW SCRATCHER AT WORK [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

WINDOW SCRATCHER AT WORK WELLINGTON WINDOWS DAMAGED. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, this day. During the past week a large number of plate-glass windows in the city have been damaged by some one scoring them with a diamond. Last Saturday night between 30 and 40 windows were so scored. In the majority of cases the glass will have to be replaced. The total damage is estimated at several hundred pounds.

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OTAGO SCHOOL OF MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

OTAGO SCHOOL OF MINES. {By Telegraph.—Press Association.) DUNEDIN, this day. The following.resolutions will be proposed at to-night's public meeting: "That this meeting emphatically protests against the proposal of the ■ Government to withdraw support from the Otago School of Mines, as such would have the effect of closing the school, and be a gross injustice to the graduates"; (2) "the Government be asked to continue to provide, and, if possible, increase the subsidy of the Otago School; it is the opinion of the meeting that the success of the school and the small cost at which it has been carried on merit recognition and continuance of support, and their doing so need not interfere with the establishment of a school of mines in the North Island.''

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