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Publications. AUCKLAND WEEKLY .NEWS NOW PUBLISHED. [HIS WEEK'S NUMBER CONTAINS A YPRVLTI! AND VARIETY OF HANDSOME ILLUSTRATIONS. PELORUS JACK. STRIKING HALF-PAGE PHOTOGRAPH. ; THE CONQUEROR OF THE CHANNEL T.W. BURGESS READY FOB THE SWIM. IN THE WATER. A MAP OF THE JOURNEY. KOHN BURGLARY SUSPECTS. ARRIVAL IN AUCKLAND. ' BARQUENTINE CARL A REFLOATED. VESSEL ANCHORED IN THE WANGANUI RIVER. ':. — /,■ VIEWS ON DECK. ... GERMANY'S BATTLESHIP FLEET, BEING REVIEWED BY THE KAISER". ENGLISH CRICKET TEAM FOR . AUSTRALIA. THE M.C.C. ELEVEN, NOW ON ITS WAY TO THE COMMONWEALTH. ; _ . THE MIGHTIEST; BATTLESHIP IN THE WORLD. THE SUPER-DREADNOUSHT ORION. '- 1 : TWO OF; HER 13.5 INCH GUNS. f; C THE PROJECTILE THROWN BY A ; 13.5 INCH : , -;•■ GUN.v''-'"- ; ' ;; ; !, =-; ":^Z"'-1,-(-''^C : :'- ."-■ STRIKING DOUBLE PAGE,; THE. EAST COAST RAILWAY, - BUILDING THE GREAT OTOKO: VIADUCT. THE PRESENT TERMINUS OF THE GISBOrNB SECTION OF THE LINE. : ' - FINAL OF THE NEW . ZEALAND LADIES' GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP. SNAPSHOTS DURING THE PLAY. "■ ' LORD ISLINGTON PRESENTING THE CUP TO> MISS BRANDON,, THE WINNER. . y MISS LUCY BRANDON. BUILDING AEROPLANES. A PRIVATE FACTORY IN WELLINGTON. ' ?L'ACE DEMONSTRATION IN BERLIN ENORMOUS CROWDS PROTEST" 'AGAINST ; .,; ■, WAR WITH BRITAIN.:v ;,, ■-.-'-. A WONDERFUL CRAFT. . HYDROPLANE MAPLELEAF IH. RUNNING AT FULL SPEED AT COWES. v PARLIAMENTARY CANDIDATE MR. J. C. GLEESON. ' MR. T. L. THOMPSON. ME. PEPESE EKETOSE. ~.,.. MR. W. H. MURRAY. ? : ';' ; - : -; ; '\'; ;_ ';.':.':: ',y !: ''1' MR. ALEX. jHARJJIS. _ . ~ , COLONEL . ALLEN i BELL. MR. A. J." JOBLIN. MR. ' KERI TOKE TE AHU. '' SHIP AUSTRALIA OVERDUE, ' THE VESSEL LEAVING WELLINGTON FOB ■ AUCKLAND. DISASTROUS FIRE. ruins or A FLAXMILL AT LINTON. , • ■ FREAK OF - NATURE. A THREE-HEADED TROUT'. MAGGIE FAPAKURA'S TROUPE IN LONDON. TIKI PAPAKURA, 1 WHO "HAS* FORMED :Xi' FOOTBALL TEAM. A GROUP OF THE TEAM. AN OLD PIONEER. THE LATE MR. EUGENE BELLAIRS. WELLINGTON HARBOUR IMPROVEMENTS. " THE RECLAMATION WORKS AT .PIPITEAv POINT. A YOUTHFUL HERO. JACK FAULKNER, WHO RESCUED A DROWN? v - *..; ING ; MAN LAST WEEK. •. MARINE OFFICERS' STRIKE. ITS EFFECT ON THE SHIPPING TRADE fAt S . .WELLINGTON AND WANGANUI. OPENING OF TEE ROWING SEASON,' BOATS OF THE ARAMOHO CLUB;' OUT FOB THE FIRST TIME. AT WANGANUI. THE FUTURE RULER OF GERMANY, PRINCE WILHELIf OF PRUSSIA. PICTURESQUE GISBORNE. SCENIC AND INDUSTRIAL VIEWS. BUILDING THE NEW SEPTIC TANK AT TH» HARBOUR ENTRANCE. :; ; V :v',is: % THE P.O. AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS, VIEWEIf FROM THE RIVER. --;.. _ THE ROTUNDA. THE MAIN STREET. GLADSTONE ROAD. v ' " > V. SHIPPING AT THE. WHARF* _ '»: PEEL-STREET. i :; '• • ■• ■' ; DRAINAGE WORKS. A SMALL FOOTBRIDGE. ; . ' \ THE .BANK. r-- ■-•• •-'■--: _V\. POWER STATION ; UNDER CONSTRUCTION. A NOVEL REGATTA. A BOYS* PADDLE-BOAT RACE, ENGLAND; ' ■ '; ~" ' . •-"■■' ' '• r--' ' '■" -"•. ' . ■;."' '."''' ' : '"." "■■'"'-.'."' MISCELLANEOUS ILLUSTRATIONS. A TYPICAL "• NORTH ISLAND r : SHEEP STATION. A MOUNTAIN TORRENT, NEAR TUPABOA.T A CLEVER DOG. PLANTING LARCH iAT HAMNER. •> ALBANY. THE ENGLiSH!SCULLER; WHO; DEx FEATED JACK a ARNST LAST .WEEK. ~/:/ STEAMER STRATHGABRY: IN WELLINGTON. SCSNAPPER-FISHING EXCURSION. .;■:.-. A VIEW OF OPONINI, HOKIANGA. THE SETTLEMENT OF NEAVESVILLE.' N TURTLE RECENTLY CAUGHT IX THf HAUBAKI GULF. AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS, ■ , , .. - •>- NOW PUBLISHED* . - , " • ; PRICE SIXPENCE. -

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8, New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 8 New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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