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CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. ACTION AGAINST A DOCTOR, The ease in which Air Eugene Hulse sued Dr. Bull for £200 damages for alleged improper diagnosis of his adopted son's complaint when admitted to the Auckland Hospital in March of last year, resulting in improper dietary and treatment of the patient, was continued this morning, before Mr C. C. Kettle, S.M. Mr C. S. Walker defended, the plaintiff conducting his own case. Dr. T. Hope Lewis, called for the defence, said that on March 4, 1904, Mrs Hulse brought the deceased to his surgery from her residence, about one mile distant. Mc examined him and came to the conclusion that the lad was probably sickening for typhoid fever, and advised Mrs Hulse to take him to the public hospital, lie gave her a certificate to the effect that the deceased was suffering from enteric. The witness here explained that it was always very difficult to form a definite opinion as to whether a patient was suffering from euterie fever or some other disease where high...

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RACING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

RACING NEWS. : HICCAHTON TRAINING NOTKS (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) CHRISTCIIL'RCIi. this day. The weather was tine and the going fair for training gallops ilils morning, though there was nothing sensational, yuurrymuii held (Jay Spark safe over a mile and a (punter in 2.211. Golden Knight was I,eaten by Calibre over a mile and n-half in _.su. Achilles and Oboorka registered a sound gallop over lo furlongs in l"._l. Achilles on the inside was going best at the finish, lint neither was extended. Both performed pleasingly. Golden Hate seemed to easily hold Zimmerman over a three furlongs brush. Walwera, who is In line buckle, ran two circuits at half-speed. P.urLs was better than Marguerite at ihe end of a fast five furlong;*. Pan Seul beat Black Diamond over six furlongs in 1.25. Veneer, alone, easily ran a mile and a-half in 2.54, 1-5. Mystification, Mahillongu. and Mungisiu i broke away together, the latter pulling off | after three furlongs had been covered: wh...

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COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

COMMERCIAL MAHKET QUOTATIONS. The Uiliry Produce Committee fixed ttie following wholesale quotations for butter tllld eggs f° r * np week ending November 4, ifHij:—Factory butter, IW per Ib; farmers' butter (best), Sd per lb; e-ggs, 8d per dozen. LONDON CABLE. (Received 8.57 a.m.) LONDON, October S>- Silver, 2~/4 7-8. and lead, £14 17/ Cto £15- The New Zealand hemp market is firmer. October and December shipment, £31 10/. Wheat: An Australian cargo sold at ."4/3. The t-opr.i market is active and hardening. South Sea. 16Jd to 16J-d Rabbits are scarce. Australian, 'arge, 14/ to 15/6; New Zealand, 17/ to 17/6. Hares are in good demand at prices unchanged. Hides: At tbe periodical sales tlie demand was very strong. Sydney, salted, first kipb, 6gd to 6|d; second, ojd. Basils advanced lid to 2d. Wellington, first quality, 15d to 17Jd; seconds 13d to 14Jd. Leather is a farthing dearer. Wellington, firsts, lid to llgd. * New Zealand frozen mutton: Canterbury, &am...

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THE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

THE GOLDFIELDS. SHAREMAKKET. Business in mining shares on the Ex! change to-day mostly resulted from concessions made in prices for holders. Kuranui - Caledonians sold at 2/5, and "rights" as low as 9Jd, Saxons at 1/, and Aucklands at 2/1 and 2/. Waihi Beach shares firmed a little owing to a reef having been cut In the drive from the bottom of the shaft. Several sales in these shares were made at 1/1, and still more could have been placed at 1/. Golden Belts were firm at 3/5, there being both sales and buyers at that figure. The contributing issue also changed hands at 2/7. Talismans were a little easier to-day, being offered under 15/, and wanted at 14/3. Waiotahi shares showed no change, there still being buyers at 74/6, so that last week's advance was fully maintained. The buying price of Waihi Grand Junction shares was raised to 71/, without sales resulting. Waihi shares were still in request at 133/, 4/11 was the best offer for Extendeds. Standard line...

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SHAREMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

SHAREMARKET. AUCKLAND STOCK EXCHANGE. TO-DAY'S QUOTATIONS. BUSINESS DONE— Kuranul-Caledoriian 2/5 Kuraiiui-Caledoulan rights ....9Sd New Saxon / Auckland ' 2/i •'/ Waihi Beach '.'.'.'.'.'.'...'.1/1 Golden Belt 3/5 Golden Belt (vonr.) .2/7 Talisman Consolidated ...14/4 STANDARD STOCKS— SHAREHOLDERS - MEETING. GOLDEN BELT. The half yearly meeting of shareholders in tho <:old*en Belt <i.M. Co. was bold lit 11 15 to-day in Mr 11. Oilfillan's office. Th-> Hon. E- Mltebelsoti presided. The dimtors, , report stated that operations hail boon i-ontined Lo the extension of the low lerr-i and the partial sinking of a winze from the road level to connect therewith. It Is expected that before long these upper and lower workings will be connected, when the mine will be oofliriently opened up lo enable ore to be broken oat and sent to the battery for treatment. During the h-alf year the contractor for the erection of the battery completed his contract, and. handed ...

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THE LIFE AND THE LIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

THE LIFE AND THE LIVER. Ihe lite we lead—pleasant and joyous —morose or sad—depends to a great extent upon that important organ, the liver. Liver disorder is responsible for noire illness and unhappiness than any other ailment, and it is really amazing bow many hundreds of people are suffer 3 ers without being really aware of the real cause of their trouble. Indigestion, constipation, biliousness, headache, and many other painful symptoms arise primarily from liver disorder. An eminent chemist spent many years investigating the medical properties of roots and egetables supplied by Nature, and alter careful re-eavt-h discovered a vegetable substance which has the power°of acting upon the liver and digestive organs in a superior manner to any medicine known. This substance does not merely purge, leaving the organs worse than they were before. It tones up the weakened organs to do their own work, and when i hey have been sufficiently restored it can be left off. Compounded with other b...

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SATURDAY NIGHT IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

SATURDAY NIGHT IN PARLIAMENT. .BROKEN REST AND FITFUL OUTBURSTS. ANOTHER ADJOURNMENT. ay Tciegrapb.-Parllamentary Reporter.) WELLINGTON", this day. T'ke Charles If. Parliament has been unconscionable time in dying, and * last hours have been marred by hroken rest and fitful outbursts. Saturday was one of the stormiest days of the Be jf'tbe lid bad been lifted off Parliament House any time during the latter , D d of the week, something of a bustle, 1 10 say turmoil, would have been dis-lnsPil in the almost agonised attempt r g et out of it all by the end of the week Business was through in ! disconnected style, with little runs of smoothness aud abrupt halts. There Lre disagreements between the two Chambers, and messengers were kept wy ffoing between with challenges of defiance or invitations to parley. Ambassadors from either side were holding conferences. Tie Legislative Council got , desperate grip- anions themselves as to who their ambassadors should be in, some case...

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THE COOK ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

THE COOK ISLANDS. RAROTONGA, October 18. MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. The Government schooner Countess oi Banfurly is expected back from the Northern Islands about the end of the month, after which she will visit the islands of the Cook Group and then proceed to Auckland via Niue. The London Missionary Society's steamer John Williams left Rarotonga on the 28th September for the Northern Islands, thence on to Samoa, New Guinea., and Sydney. Mr T. R. Herd, 'late Collector of Customs at Raromnga. was a passenger ">y the John Williams to Samoa, where fle is to interview the authorities in reference to the visits of a German trading vessel to one of the Northern Island? without first calling at Rarotonga to pay Customs duu'es. Mr Richard Hobbs, of Auckland, has keen saying for a month at Rarotonga. He expresses himself us greatly pleased with the island and its trade pro-pects, wit he is of opinion that a proper water supply and better sanitary arrangements should be prov...

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NANCE O'NEIL SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

NANCE O'NEIL SEASON. A MAGNIFICENT MAGDA "Magda" unquestionably remains a great play. Purely artistic, remorselessly realistic and analytical, simple in its e olution, marred by no moral doctrine lor good or ill, above all startiingly original, the interest never wands, the problem never wearies. And what is the problem? From the pure realism of the piece that is not an easy question, for the motif is, as it should be, dependent on the development, and not the action on the motif. The older tragedy showed US the triumph of the laws of society land custom over the man or woman who i transgressed their laws. Briefly. "Magda" makes it clear that iv certain special circumstances it is not the transgressor, but the upholder of custom, who may be the first victim of the tragedy which in some shape or form is still inevitable. -Magda is the child of the narrowly restricted household of Colonel Sehwartze an old school disciplinarian and a ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS a perfect spirit. Absolutely Dure. It is well known that "Erasmic" soaps and perfume are of the highest qnalitv. Juse opened, a special sample lot of ladies' silk dust coats, very choice, Smith and Caughey, Ltd.—Ad. Crockery department. A special line in afternoon tea sets, consisting of 21 pieces, now selling at 7/6; pretty design and colour, wonderful value. Tonson Garlick Co., Ltd.—Ad. Very special: Silk hats and bonnets, washing hats and bonnets, and button crown for children, from 2/9. Smith and Caughey, Ltd.—Ad. Just opened: Special line Madras muslin, now selling at 1/3 yard, tasselled at 1/11 yard, exquisite in design and colour. Touaon Garlick Co., Ltd.—Ad.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

CORRESPONDENCE.

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THE RAILWAY LEAGUE AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

THE RAILWAY LEAGUE AND POLITICS. (To the Editor.) I Sir,—On behalf of the Auckland Rail- I way League I desire to draw attention Ito some of the remarks made by Mt Samuel Vaile. In the first place I do not hope to convert Mr Vailc to the League's way of thinking. The present Railway League has nothing to do with the delusions that Mr Vaile thinks we do not appreciate, so that it is unnecessary to deal with his comparisons. The Auckland Railway League has to deal with things as we find them today, and as there is satisfactory evidence that we can hy agitation arouse and affect public opinion irrespective of party upon the present unsatisfactory state of our railways, that fact is sufficient, we trust, to justify the existence of the League. We "hope our supporters.—and they are numerous— will not be drawn away from the end we are fighting for. viz., justice to Auckland and its railway extension, hy any side issues or debatable ground, especially as we have reduced our re...

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AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

AMUSEMENTS. THE OPERA HOUSE. The weekly change of programme at the Opera House drew a very large house on Saturday evening, and judging by the applause "the bright and varied entertainment met with the fullest appreciation. Miss Elsie Brown has firmly established her popularity with patrons of the Opera House, and on Saturday night her prettily sung coon songs were repeatedly encored. Miss Eileen Murray, who re-appeared in Auckland, acquitted herself very satisfactorily in a serio-comic item and dance. A very favourable impression was created by Mr Fred Rosevear, who is the possessor of a good baritone yoke. His song, "The Skipper," was very deservedly recalled. Comic songs were given by Messrs. Sam Wilson, Chas. Moody, and Prince Olrac, who ail appeared to meet with the highest approval of their audience. One of the most enjoyable items was the song. "The Sea is Calling Mc," by Miss Cecile Stepluino. whose fine contra...

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COUNTRY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

COUNTRY NEWS. HELENSVXLEE. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Great interest is being taken in all matters political at the present time, and the vote at the coming polls promises to be a. record oue. Both candidates have been through the district addressing meetings, and a very close contest is anticipated. But the liveliest interest centres in the local option poll. At previous elections here the question of license or n vlicense has not been a very live one, but this year there is a marked change. The n cent nolicense convention, followed by the lddresw of Mr J. Dixon Ward, who spoke against prohibition, have stirred up interest in the question, and it is "daily discussed on every hand. At the last meeting of the Parkhnrst Mutual improvement Society a "uio<k election" was held. There were three candidates, repiesenting the Government, the Opposition, and t the Independent Liberal interests. The voting was as follows: Government. candid...

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WAIHI NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

WAIHI NEWS (Bj Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) ' WAIHI, this day. The usual monthly meeting of the Waihi School ot" Mines was held last evening. The directors' report was read and adopted. It was decided to purchase books on Electricity, mathematics, and surveying. Messrs W. Johnston and T. Johns were appointed a visiting committee for the ensuing month. The annual meeting of the Federal Brass Band was held in the band room last night. There was a large attendance. The secertary (Mr T. Sheen) submitted the annual report and balance-sheet, showing assets over liabilities amounting to £002 os. 2d. Under the able conductorsnip ol Mr C. Trnssell the band had made good progress, as was evidenced by the banas splendid performance at the recent contest in Auckland. The following officers were elected: patron, Mr W. H. Hemes, M.H.R. : president, Mr GilmouT: vice-presidents, Mrs Pilling. Very Rev. Father ro<"e. Rev. W. L. Patullo, Dr. Guinness. Dr. Slater,...

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PAEROA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

PAEROA NEWS. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) PAEROA, Saturday. At Ciarkin's paddock this afternoon a pushball match of much amusement was played between th*? Paerna Town Band and the Fire Brigade in fancy dress costume. The procession left the bank corner at 2.30 p.m., headed by three of, Mr Pennell's donkeys, one being ridden by X. Wallett. The match resulted as follows:— Baud, 9 points; Brigade, 3.

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

AQUATICS. TIIE ROWING SEASON. ST. GEORGE'S CLUB. The above club held its first "At HJme" nnd trial fours of the season at Judge's Bay on Saturday afternoon last. There was a large attendance of members and their friends. Afternoon tea was provided by a committee of ladies, consisting of Mcsdaincs Henry Wilson, J. Thomas Steele, the Misses Thorncs. Steele 12). Slater, and Itach. The tiial fours resulted iv a win for a crew stroked toy "Steele, after a close race with Richards' four. The winning crew was as follows: Steele (stroke). Harper, Sommi rvi 1. . Iloirat. The prizes were •aps piesented by Mr T. Russell (commodore). AUCKLAND CLUB. The Auckland Club also held their first trial fours of the season on Saturday afternoon. THe prizes were trophirs presented hy Mr F. E. N. Crouibie, commodore. After close contests crews stroked by the following secured places in the final:—C. Murray. A. Fookes, and W. Franklin. The crews finished in that order....

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

CRICKET. DOMAIN MATCHES POSTPONED. NORTH SHORE BEAT CITY. The matches to be played on the Dc#iain Cricket Ground on Saturday had to be postponed, the saturated state of the ground making play impossihle. The City v. North Shore match was commenced at three o'clock at the Shore, in spite of the heavy state of the ground. As the result of the play City w«re beaten by 13 runs. CITY V. NORTH SHORE. North Shore commenced batting with nine wickets down for 114, the City team having been disposed of for 102 on the. previous Saturday. The innings did uot last ions. Prime adding a single to his not out score of 37. after which Andinwood bowled Miller, and the innings closed for 115. Hemus and MacCormick opened for City, the former being bowled before he had scored. Renwick, Jfeill and Audinwood partnered MacCormick. and carried the score to 69 for four wickets. The three following, wickets realised eight runs, ' when City closed their Innings, with seven wickets down for 75. North Shore then...

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

LAWN TENNIS. WEST END LAWN TENNIS CLUB On Saturday next Mr C. J. Parr (president) will open the lawns of the West End Tennis Club for the coming season. The more enthusiastic members of the club have been doing good work on the lawns with the result that they will be in good form for the opening d-ay. Although the season has not yet commenced, it is safe to predict a highly successful year for the Ponsonby Club. Besides all the prominent players of last year the club is strengthened by the services of Dr. Keith and Loniuet The club is also very strong in young players, and it will be a surprise if some of them, notably Broadfoot, Hickson and Walker do not give a good account of tnemselves during the coming season A cordial welcome is extended to all siiDDorters and friends on the 4th

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RACING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Auckland Star — 30 October 1905

RACING NEWS. The tracks were very heavy at Ellerslie this morning, and the work "was confined to trotting and cantering exercise. King Billy and Boomerang, who arrived from the South yesterday iv charge of T. Quinlivan, jun., were out, but were not stripped being restricted to walking exercise. AUCKLAND TROTTING CLUB'S SPRING MEETING. .. The „ Auckland Trotting Club brought their Spring Meeting to a close on Saturday afternoon last. When the time of starting the first race arrived it was raiulng heavily, and the stewards met aud decided to postpone the opening event for half an hour, by which time the rain had cleared, and the meeting was then proceeded with. The weather had a serious effect on the attendance, which fell conslderablr short of anticipations, and speculation as a consequence was slow. Mr Ike Hill officiated as judge, Mr Geo. Read as timekeeper, and Mr C. O'Connor as starter. The racing throughout was of an interesting nature, and iv several instances— uot...

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