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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

POLICE COURT. THIS DAI. (Before Mr Kettle, S.M.) Thirteen Drunkards. —The arrests for drunkenness numbered thirteen. Nine first offenders were lined 5/ each and costs, and Thomas Charles Barrett was fined £1 and costs, and made the subject of a prohibition order, as it was his third offence. Kate Rykera, a young woman who was convicted for the fourth time within six months, and had been prohibited, asked for a chance to reform, and was convicted and discharged upon promising to come up for sentence if called upon. Norman Dodds, who was fined 5/ and costs for drunkenness, agreed to a prohibition order being, made against him, and the latter course was also taken in the case of William Woolener, who was fined 5/ for drunkenness and 10/ and costs for wilfully damaging a window value 10/, the property of Alexander Milne. Woolener pleaded guilty, and the police explained that he deliberately pushed a man through the window, and then punched him, because he refused to take a drink. Allege...

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AUSTRALIAN CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

AUSTRALIAN CABLES. OBJECT TO IMPORTED MACHINERY. MELBOURNE, September 18. At a meeting of 3000 persons, convened by the Ironworkers' Union, a resolution was unanimously passed protesting against the action of the State Government in sending to Scotland %r a sand dredge, thus depriving the local engineering firms and skilled mechanics of a contract which would have lessened the existing depression in the iron trade.

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

PERSONAL NOTES FROM LONDON. ; ..' ■ (From Our Special Correspondent.) LONDON, August 12. Few men.enjoy yachting more than the King, and His Majesty's passion for this form of life on the ocean wave has on more than one occasion brought him within an ace of a serious accident. Twice in connection with the preliminary spins in English waters of Sir T. Lipton's various Shamrocks has the King had narrow escapes from personal damage, and again last Thursday he nearly came to grief, this time on board the Kaiser's yacht Meteor. This famous craft was taking part in a race at Cowes regatta when her mainsail stay broke and let the huge sheet down with a run. The King was standing to windward at the time, and only escaped being enveloped by the falling canvas by a display of agility remarkable in a man of his years. That and the lightning quickness of the crew alone saved the King from a. very awkward accident. Had the Bail caught him the chances are he would have gone overboard &quot...

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LATE TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

LATE TELEGRAMS. a (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) ALLEGED SHEEP STEALING. FEATHERSTON, this day. Two more arrests have been made on charges of sheep stealing. James Williams and Benjamin Williams, farmers, have been remanded on a charge of theft of 35 sheep at Kaiwaiwai. COAL AND TIMBER TRADES. GREYMOUTH, this day. The coal and timber trade is again brisk. The State coal mine was idle two days last week for want of steamers to take coal away. FOUND DROWNED. ~"~~""" WELLINGTON, this day. The body of a young man about 35 years of age was found floating in the harbour this morning. It has not been identified. YOUNG MAN SHOT. WELLINGTON, this day. George Owen, 32 years of age, a resident of Levin, is reported to have shot himself. No particulars are available. SERIOUS ACCIDENT. WATROA (Hawke's Bay), this day. While a native was riding from Oporohine to Ruatahuna bis horse rolled over him, going down a steep bank. Maoris carried him ...

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SERIOUS STATEMENT BY A PHYSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

SERIOUS STATEMENT BY A PHYSICIAN. ■ "I say without hesitation that the cause of one-half of women's ailments is Constipation! Anaemia, headache, derangements, irritability, and a host of other maladies all arise from that one root cause! Cure that and you cure one-half of women's ills." So said a leading physician. He continued: "Take the common complaint many women make, '0, I can't eat!' How can any preson hope to have a good appetite who suffers from Constipation? Will the fire which is chocked with ashes burn brightly? A system which is constipated is like a fire choked with its own ashes. The same ailment also gives rise to indigestion, pains in the back, occasional dizziness, and depression." The question at once arises: "Can habitual constipation be cured?" It can if Bile Beans are properly applied and persevered with. Nurse Balding, residing at 108 Bourke-street, Woolloomooloo, Sydney, writes: &...

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

AMUSEMENTS. FULLER'S EMPIRE COMPANY. The Opera House, was. well filled on Saturday night, when Fuller's .-Empire Company presented their usual -weekly change of programme. The ballad-singing of Miss Kate Maher and Messrs Harry Hart and Jas. Williams, in the first part of the programme, was most enjoyable. Miss Tillie Dunbar .was very successful in her serio-comic items, as ■were also Messrs Will Stevens and Joe Rocks. The clever ventriloquial ac? provided by. Victor was greeted with enthusiastic applause, the artist being recalled several times before the audience were satisfied. The McAuley Sisters, in both their items, were very well received, while a number of new comic songs by Mr Tod Calloway were loudly applauded. The Empire trio, consisting of Messrs John Fuller, Harry Hart and Jas. Williams, gave "The Gipsies' Laughing Trio" and "A Little Farm Well Till'd" in line style, providing one of the best items of the evening. The a...

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MR. R. WATKIN MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

MR. R. WATKIN MILLS. n — A CHAT WITH THE GREAT BASSO. Mr R. Watkin Mills, the great Eng-. lish basso, arrived in Auckland yesterday from New Plymouth, and he gives a brief course of recitals here beginning to-night. Mr Mills has had a splendid reception in the South, and the appreciation of the great basso's ability was so marked that he has practically decided to come out here again next year with a quartette party. There is a charm in Mr Mills' method that puts him en rapport,with the audience in a few minutes—a delightful unconventionality of manner that in no way detracts from/Jus dignity. Mr Mills has come to us in the zenith of his fame, and the prime of his faculties, for the critics of the South have unanimously declared him the finest male singer heard here since the days of Foley and Santley; a great singer in the full possession of his powers. The essential characteristic of Mr Mills' singing seems to be a combination—rare indeed, as we know!—of perfect technique and huma...

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A BODY EXHUMED. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

A BODY EXHUMED. THE AUCKLAND HOSPITAL ) INQUIRY. j The exhumation of the body,of .Wai lace White, which had*been ordered s Dr. MacGregor, Inspector of Hospital in connection with his inquiry into AoJ. land hospital matters, was carrfed'oat■ -" yesterday. Deceased, whose dead)'occurred after an operation at the hotai. tal in May last, was interred at Wttiffi .; mete cemetery, and the exhumation »ia carried out in the presence of Dr. Savaai Mr Gresham (city coroner), Dr. J; ■ Neil, and several members of the ; land Hospital honorary medicail stis^ ; who had been present at the operatioa Jftf'l Hardy Neil had made certain auegatioaj respecting the operation, and as then was a difference of opinion the «huiiigrrr'v tion was ordered. The body was 1 1» vsufficiently good state of preservation te" enable definite information to be : . : too-: tamed, but the actual result of the «• amination has not been conununicatel as it will form the subject of a : tial report ...

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

COMMERCIAL. MARKET QUOTATIONS. - ■ - The Dairy Produce Committee fixe* Ofe quotation for butter and eggs for the ft* sent week as follows:— Factory bntttr,Hi"-to lid; farmers' and separator make, Int grade, 7d; second grade, 6di eggs,.*d.p« dozen wholesale. -■ LONDON CABLE. . . (By Cable—Press Association—Copyright) (Received 8.1 a.m.) ■ __"_' ! LONDON, September 18. Frozen meat: Light Canterbury sneta 4 ?-16d; light lambs, Sid; New Zealand beef, ex fores, 2jd; ox hinds, 3*d; Bir« Plate fores, 2j|d; hinds, 3 3-16 d .; New Zealand hemp is firmer. Fair' Wei^" lington September and November ahlpakaf £29 10/. ••■■■■2Cp4. The Chicago and New York wheat bin kets lost three cents in four on Saturday, making seven from the highest poUt reached during the week. Increased A£jf!fi| tralian shipments and the. weakness.of tat Minneapolis market made bears heavy, vi. lers. An Australian cargo sold at 32/3, sat 1300 quarters'of Australian September ant Octobe...

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

T ! wa I nc 3 r in the Hemp Division of the Agricultural Department, clS# AD 7 the a PP oi =tinent of Mr. a was for^ri lll3^ 9 t grader - Hawkins was formerly m charge of a mill is 'tastl t !?v district - T «e grading"Jr» still rather small for the WorkJtffi* US' " d i he " NZ - Times" saVitS-another grader will shortly be applet It has reported to the pohetal Whangare., who are a man has been found dead 1» His identity," J Whangarei c*rrespondent telegraphs that a heavy shipment of k&X SSSL«% ma t I* the Hiroha, whfc* feft S w W , Me^ with 2»fl» «to J?? 9 *7 k Sail 9 *°-*y with 17ft-000 feet for Auckland. The Range M now loading with 70,000 feet. ~^' <■• . The Garrison Band will play in ike' Albert Park next Sunday afternoon: *«?£**■ - Great I< *BP«nnu* Cow. - l/t For Chronic Chest Complaints,

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

33/ T °, tH /FT ' D evonport, Edloni*alr ed v n >tß,e, » te ' * v Bituatlons,,sosw fete-, eg—E. Colaon, 93. Onepn-gf ~ .;. V. £185 ~ BOARDING HOUSE, jCltf. iiiiia .. * m^ >st convenient Queen-st! 1 reSUl " r lod K««-K- ; C/l*oa. ; *a T° rS.,* ew Double Front Shop •#• eno- iE? 1 ing . of 4 room s, every cobt#- ; "Star" Office: ~ 3 Houses, Wellesley-at; af|S Tw™ ii et ' sood investment, caea»>- J- H. Muldoon, li, Coombes' Arcade. : SALjs, near Reservoir, 2" Housev h™" = Section. Room for two ■<>» r™™£" , Cheap.-j. H .. Muldooa, A Coombes' Arcade. T? ,oa SALE, 2 Houses, Cook-st., .Ia«« near Queen-st.; £650 and I» I 'H - Mnld ®»». 11, Cosaaijf ; pOR SALE, Jit. Eden,' lOmin*. fx**» „„„"""?' 7-roomed House, stable, coackr £? se, ™ laree section, cheap.-J. H. *ol- ; doon, H.M. Arcade. . : /:t F'°£~ SAL _E, near Ponsonby-...

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

THE LICENSING BILL. PASSJTHE HOUSE. 7 WELLINGTON, this day.-"'' ■ tw safe to predict that the *2£lK * amended form, will of Representatives this !*.?££* may happen to it ~*&k « ac hes the "Lords." It was **!. ierll opinion before the bill came tbe $@ it would not get through, *»Kas3 the temperance party have "* -S3l in cutting out all the tea, £f ifl raise no opposition. The SZaJ nartv admit that they have 3f«S2. but say that they will S» the crumb v/hen they cannot get STtoafev The bill may take a couple Ze nights in Committee. ME BOLLARD'S ATTITUDE, r drew Mr Bollard's attention to the otkfem of his vote on the reduction doase of the Licensing Bill published in to Anekland papers by members of the party. Mr Bollard stated tot he made no pledge in 1899 that. le would support the three issues, his nromise being that he would not interfere with the three-fifths majority. TV? member for Eden remarked that therwas a little...

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FIRE AT GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

FIRE AT GISBORNE. (By Telegraph—Press Association.) GISBORNE, Sunday. A fire broke out at a quarter-past 11 on Saturday night in Mr A. R Muir's "Poverty Bay Herald" building, which ■was practically destroyed. In the front portion of the building there were two shoj?, one being occupied by IfrG. Burton (who was holding a snle of jewellery, etc., and the other by llessrs Boland and Co. (bicycle dealers). The fire apparently broke out in tie back of the litter's shop, although all was seemingly safe when Mr Roland, jun., who had been attending to the book 3, left at 11 p.m. The build- being in the business centre, there was much fear for the adjacent buildings, and for a brief space of time there was some anxiety lest the Masonic Hotel would catch fire. However, the brigade got to work promptly and succeeded in confining the flames to the one wooden building, though the adjoining building (Campbell's restaurant, owned by Mr J. Sheridan) wa3 damaged to the exte...

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SHOOTING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

SHOOTING FATALITY. ' 1 TRAGIC AFFAIR AT WAIMAI. Mr David Donald, the victim of the »tal qua accident, which occurred at mmm on Wednesday night last, was » years of age and the son of Mr R. Ronald, late of Canterbury. It appears wat the deceased was in the act of ST? a sin g le -barrel muzzle-loader, hei had taken the barrel off the stock «"1 was deaning it with a rag fastened «a we rod. He then put the muzzle m His mouth with the idea of blowing ™c nipple dear, placing the nipple close lL a^ ndle - The 8™ wa s loaded, and uw charge coming in contact with the exploded. The weapon was loaded Zt Tk *& the char ge entered the oftS 8 S?. W S mouth ' the base 3 ft d then Penetrated the roof « the building, death being instantan- WS.X Wo sisters of the deceased took S r ?r 0m at the time llie fatality Hewi the r Mr an - d Pfi2 )n + w n^ hed into ttVioom only Ifr tKJ??' the shot had fatal fatal™ JJonald, senr.. who is 67 years old. « on«; r a n to his nearest neighb...

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MUTINY ON AN ISLAND VESSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

MUTINY ON AN ISLAND VESSEL. Advices from the New Hebrides contain an account of a mutiny on board the labour-recruiting ketch La Perle The crew consisted of nine kanakas five of whom belonged to Aoba and four to Maevo. They conspired to murder Captain -Prosper Le Bonaclee, the master, and Mr William chief mate. When the vessel was at anchor at Lock Harbour, off the island of Santo, at about midnight of the 21st ult., they crept stealthily towards the cabins and shot Champion dead& aud wounded the captain. Then they carried the dying master and the body of the mate and cast them overboard. They took possession of the ketch, but were unable to navigate her, and, abandoning her, made fox their homes in the two lifeboats. Before leaving they robbed La Perie of arms, stores, and valuables. The Aoba natives took one boat and the Maevo natives secured the other. The latter ran short of provisions on the journey, and put into Aoba for supplies, where Captain Bell, the master of ...

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SUFFERING WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

SUFFERING WOMEN. Find Health and Strength in Dr. Williams' Pink Fills. "I am sure there is no medicine like Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People for women," said Mrs Margaret S. Mc- Dougall, Gore St., Bluff, N.Z. "When I was forty-five my health got very irregular and they were the only thing that could ease my pain and build up my shattered strength." Like Mrs MeDougall, hundreds of suHering women in N.Z. owe not only their health, but their very lives to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. They actually make new blood. That is why theyaTe good in a special way for the young girl budding into womanhood and the woman nearing Middle Life. At these times the health and happi ness of every woman depend upon the richness and regularity of her blood. Look at the girl of fifteen whose blood is weak and watery —her face is pale; her lips and gums bloodless. Her head aches and her back aches. She has no energy, no life. She is too sick to eat an...

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

RACING NEWS. AVONDALE J.C. SPRING MEETING- The opening day of the Avondalc JoeSey Club's Spring Meeting was held on Saturday. The weather was showery and the going very heavy. The attendance was good and speculation brisk, the sum of £6259 being passed through the machines— an increase of £548 on last year's total. In the absence of Mr Bollard, M.H.R., Mr M. Foley officiated as judge. The starting of Mr Hankens was only fair, and in one or two instances some of the competitors were badly left. The meeting was well conducted by the secretary (Mr H. H. Hayr.) and the officials, although the last race was started fully half an hour after the advertised time; but this delay was caused through Lucrece, one of the competitors in the Pony Race, throwing her rider and another jockey having to be secured. During the afternoon the stewards had a case of alleged interference in the Steeplechase before them, and after hearing the evidence administered a caution to the riders of Kanaka and Stray...

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

SOUTHERN NEWS. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION. TLMARU, Saturday. The annual meeting of the Canterbury Farmers' Co-operative Association was held to-day, Mr J. Talbot (chairinari of directors;) presiding over a large gathering of farmers and others. The net profit for the year was £ 18,?08. which, with £2808 carried forward, gavp £21,11G available for distribution. It was decided to pay a dividend of eight pix cent- on the capital, a six per cent, v'.nus on purchases, 25 per cent, refund --<■• grain and auction commissions earn *.l (wool excepted), and a six per cent, bonus to staff on salaries and wages; also that £3000 be added to the reserve iuad. The profit for the year constitutes a record. New premises are nearng completion at Waimate, and 225 jew shareholders have joined the association during the year. A resolution was carried to increase the capital by .'j 15,000, bringing the nominal capita] to £125,000. A CHRISTCHURCH FATALI...

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

FOOTBALL. THE AUSTRALIAN GAME. WAIHI V. AUCKLAND. AUCKLAND ... 64 WAIHI ~ . 34 A football match under the Australian rules was played at Alexandra Park on Saturday afternoon between teams representing Waihi and Auckland. There was a moderate attendance. The ground was heavy, and in the first spell the game was not very interesting,but in the»second half, when the weather cleared, some good football was witnessed. The teams were as follows; Auckland—Sandford (captain), Hay, A. Buttle, G. R. Buttle, Eyles, Tongue, Morrison, Warren, Callanin, Hemus, Foster, McCall, Abfalter, Hobday, Lowe, Birch, Dwight, and Pratt. Waihi—Contts, Donoghue, Turner, Armstrong, Bryant (3), O'Keen, Mills, Best, Woodward (2), Morrison, Hollis, Davies, Leith, Wilson, Higgins. FIRST SPELL. Sandford captained the Auckland team and I. Armstrong the visitors. A few minutes after play opened Hemus kicked a behind for Auckland, and shortly afterwards, from a penalty, Armstrong secured a behind for Waihi, making the ...

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INTERCOLONIAL TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 19 September 1904

INTERCOLONIAL TENNIS. A Win for New Zealand. (By Cable.— Press Association.—Copyright.) SYJDNEY, September 17. The New Zealand team won the tennis tournament by 11 rubbers to 10. The earlier matches to-day went in favour of the local man, and these losses ftestroyea the advantage gained by the New ZeaJaaders yesterday. Parker, of New Zealand, brflliantly won his single matches against Rice and Sharp, both games producing some fine rallies. When the last of the doubles went against New Zealand the result stood at 10 all, and the premiership rested in the single contest between Wright, of New South Wales, and Larshley, of New Zealand. Each with a set to bis credit commenced an exciting game. Wright at one time had four games 'against Laisbiey's one, but the latter played determinedly, and gradually wore down his opponent, and won, concluding the set by 6 to 4, thus giving New Zealand the victory. The following are the results: Cox ami Swanstou v. Rice and Gaden: New South Wales won, 4...

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