Western Leader : January 31st 2012
www.westernleader.co.nz 2 WESTERN LEADER, JANUARY 31, 2012 NEWS Ta aRCharts and Publications (pursuant to Section 36 of the Maritime Transport Act 1994). © LINZ Note: Tides data supplied by Land Information New Zealand. For more infor- mation on how to interpret these tides, visit: 3 2 1 0 noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM noon 6AM 6PM Tide graph shows time and height for Auckland HL HL HL HL HL HL HL HL Moon rise & set Sun rise & set Auckland Muriwai Beach Cornwallis Bethells Beach Te Henga Piha Beach Helensville Shelly Beach Onetaunga Bay ather forecasts, including Weather Warnings, visit 2:24AM 2:47PM 3:16AM 3:37PM 4:14AM 4:32PM 5:13AM 5:30PM 6:09AM 6:27PM 6:59AM 7:21PM 7:47AM 8:11PM 8:27AM 8:51PM 9:22AM 9:45PM 10:20AM 10:42PM 11:16AM 11:39PM 12:09PM 12:32AM 1:00PM 1:22AM 1:48PM 2:28AM 2:51PM 3:20AM 3:41PM 4:18AM 4:36PM 5:17AM 5:34PM 6:13AM 6:31PM 7:03AM 7:25PM 7:51AM 8:15PM 8:20AM 8:44PM 9:15AM 9:38PM 10:13AM 10:35PM 11:09AM 11:32PM 12:02PM 12:25AM 12:53PM 1:15AM 1:41PM 4:51AM 5:11PM 5:54AM 6:15PM 7:09AM 7:30PM 8:23AM 8:42PM 9:22AM 9:41PM 10:10AM 10:30PM 10:53AM 11:14PM 11:10AM 11:39PM 12:17PM 12:47AM 1:36PM 2:03AM 2:46PM 3:08AM 3:42PM 4:01AM 4:29PM 4:47AM 5:13PM 4:31AM 4:51PM 5:34AM 5:55PM 6:49AM 7:10PM 8:03AM 8:22PM 9:02AM 9:21PM 9:50AM 10:10PM 10:33AM 10:54PM 10:51AM 11:20PM 11:58AM 12:28AM 1:17PM 1:44AM 2:27PM 2:49AM 3:23PM 3:42AM 4:10PM 4:28AM 4:54PM 4:31AM 4:51PM 5:34AM 5:55PM 6:49AM 7:10PM 8:03AM 8:22PM 9:02AM 9:21PM 9:50AM 10:10PM 10:33AM 10:54PM 10:31AM 11:00PM 11:38AM 12:08AM 12:57PM 1:24AM 2:07PM 2:29AM 3:03PM 3:22AM 3:50PM 4:08AM 4:34PM 4:26AM 4:46PM 5:29AM 5:50PM 6:44AM 7:05PM 7:58AM 8:17PM 8:57AM 9:16PM 9:45AM 10:05PM 10:28AM 10:49PM 10:46AM 11:15PM 11:53AM 12:23AM 1:12PM 1:39AM 2:22PM 2:44AM 3:18PM 3:37AM 4:05PM 4:23AM 4:49PM 7:00AM 7:23PM 8:10AM 8:31PM 9:25AM 9:41PM 10:31AM 10:44PM 11:22AM 11:37PM 12:05PM 12:21AM 12:44PM 1:11AM 1:44PM 2:11AM 2:56PM 3:23AM 4:09PM 4:34AM 5:10PM 5:32AM 6:00PM 6:19AM 6:44PM 7:01AM 7:24PM 5:31AM 5:54PM 6:41AM 7:02PM 7:56AM 8:12PM 9:02AM 9:15PM 9:53AM 10:08PM 10:36AM 10:52PM 11:15AM 11:34PM 11:45AM 12:12AM 12:57PM 1:24AM 2:10PM 2:35AM 3:11PM 3:33AM 4:01PM 4:20AM 4:45PM 5:02AM 5:25PM Feb Sun, 5 Feb Mon, 6 Feb Tue, 7 Feb Rise 2:56PM Set 12:26AM Rise 3:51PM Set 1:05AM Rise 4:44PM Set 1:49AM Rise 5:34PM Set 2:39AM Rise 6:20PM Set 3:34AM Rise 7:02PM Set 4:35AM Rise 7:41PM Set 5:38AM Rise 6:35AM Set 8:34PM Rise 6:36AM Set 8:33PM Rise 6:37AM Set 8:32PM Rise 6:38AM Set 8:31PM Rise 6:39AM Set 8:30PM Rise 6:40AM Set 8:29PM Rise 6:41AM Set 8:28PM © Copyright Meteorological Service of New Zealand Limited 2012 www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/ tidal-info TIDES, SUN & MOON These tide predictions are not of cial tide tables as speci ed in Maritime Rules Part 25 Nautical 4 For the latest wea Wed, 1 Feb Thu, 2 Feb Fri, 3 Feb Sat,4F Tide Chart 256 Swanson Road Henderson Phone: 836 0414 DECK BALASTRADES 1.1mtr ea $2.50 Office Ph 837 0340 Fax 837 1760 Editor Claire Kenny email: edwl@snl co nz Sales Manager Julie Cooper email: julie cooper@snl co nz Circulation Ph 525 2022 Fax 580 1648 email: delivery@snl co nz Classifieds Ph 525 2100 Fax 580 1643 email: firstname.lastname@example.org 66,754 Audited Circulation (ABC Jan-Dec '10.) 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Offe ring m u chm o r e than a cheap airfare anyone looking to 'experience the world face to face' will find an array of real value products on offer for individual journeys, work, study abroad and group travel. Crown Institute has worked closely with STA Travel to develop two exciting new units for their students. Crown is now offering the STA Travel Sales Certificate for all students studying the level 4 certificate and the STA Travel Marketing Certificate, for those studying the Strand Two option. "STA Travel is pleased to support Crown Institute of Studies and is always on the lookout for bright, fun loving, passionate travellers with a solid background in sales" says Natalie Sharod -- STA Travel Business Development Manager. Both options provide students with the broad knowledge required by all areas of the industry, including airline, retail travel, wholesale travel and tourism. This helps to cater for the diverse needs of students and provides more opportunities to assist them in preparation for employment. Strand One, the IATA pathway, will be of particular interest to those wishing to progress their career in airline ticketing. Strand Two develops students ability in sales and marketing skills, allowing students to excel in customer service, team building and online promotional methods essential for the travel and tourism industry Crown Institute still has places available in the 7th February and 26th March intakes. ContactCrown'sfriendlystaffon 0800 357 316 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Crown Institute and STA Travel partner up to offer students more opportunities Natalie Sharod talking to students at one of Crown Institute's Industry Days. Husband killed by illness Too soon: Peter Hurley is buried with his mother Margaret at Waikumete. By MATTHEW GRAY Kate Hurley farewelled her hus- band Peter from their Nelson St address on the morning of August 24, 1889. But there was to be no happy homecoming at the end of the day. It was grim news that arrived instead -- along with a body, ready to be laid out for mourners to pay their last respects. Peter carted goods for the Queen St-based merchants Messrs Stone Bros. He'd reported for work at 9am on his last day of life, picking up a quantity of grain and other items for transportation to a steamer tied up along the waterfront. The 28-year-old was at his des- tination a short time later and unloading a sack of products when he appeared to faint, falling backwards on to the wharf. A bystander picked him up and car- ried him into a nearby building. Peter died almost immediately before medical help could be sum- moned. A coroner's inquest revealed he'd suffered an affection of the brain'' for a number of years that periodically caused bouts of par- tial paralysis and mental problems. Death, it seemed, was a result of the same condition. Kate collapsed with grief after hearing the news. She and Peter were married in 1882 and had already buried an infant son. Their second child, a boy, was only in his seventh year. But support was close with Peter's mother Margaret, herself just seven years away from burial with her son, and namesake father living just next door. Kate, struggling with her grief after burying her husband at Waikumete Cemetery, placed a memoriam notice in the Auckland Star one year later. A light is from our household gone The voice we loved is still A place is vacant at our hearth Which can never be filled Then farewell dear husband Until the hour doth come When we shall come with thee to dwell In that bright heavenly home. She died in 1914.
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