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Marlborough Express, Volume XLVI, Issue 92, 16 April 1912, Page 5
MAYORAL ELECTION.- TO THE EM9CTORS OF THE1 BOHOIHAH. IN compliance with the wish of w lprg© number of-the burgesses, L have corvvnted to i>o nominated asyour Mayor. li' eled-od I shall fieglad to do .ny utmost to further your interests, and having now no business to occupy my attention will l-o ; the bettor able to devote my time to ' yonr service. j The Drainage and Vv'nter schemo i will have my closest- attention^ .iiid i the .strictest." cr re will S>e taken chsrfc the loan for the purpose is expendorl lin the wisest and most prudontr manner. C.. J. W. GRIFFITHS,. ST. GEOKG'E'S BPOKTS T O - MO X R O W: AT 1 P.iVJ. On "Wtirau Cricket Club's Ground.. RECORD ACCEPTANCES.. XO DELAYS. EXCITING FINISHES. ! COME ANI> HELP ST. GEORGK:. T~J,. FISHER, Secretary. mOWN HALL - - BLENHEIM. A TO-NIGHT! TO-WiGHTI AT S P.M.. FAREWELL PERFORMANCE. DANCING ROUNDTHEWORUDFAREWELL TO THF< FAVORITES. . ' Under the patronage 61" R. McCallum,. Esq., M.P. .- NEW DANCES Old' faces under NEW SONGS now hats in NEW COSTUMES new disguises. EXHIBITION OF CLUB SWINGING. FIRST APPEARANCE OF . , ...SOLOMON-ISLANDERS. This splendid;' programme '.will her augmented by items from "leading local' • vocfllists and,instrumentalists. ■ FARGEIWELL APPEARANCE —of— PROFESSOR OWEN CARDSTON. Blenheim Garrison Band will play goms from their repertoire from tne , stage. A Flashli^hf' Photograph of «.nd'enee i-nd performers will be taken a conclusion, of performance. Popular Prices: 2s and ls( F. SHERIDAN, ; ' Secretary ST. PATRICK'S MALL. WEDNESDAY, Ist MAY, 1912. i GRAND CATHOLIC SOCIAL and EUCHIIW TOURNAMENT. - _. . SPTSCIAL PRISES. Esosll-ont Pi-ogramme, Supper ,anrt ' ' Music. ' Starting at 8 sharp. Double Ticfcols, 4&, Single Tickets, 2b 6d. H. V. -BROWNE, Hon. Secretary. WAIRAU ROAI> .BOARD.' ANNUAL ELEX7nON. , In saccordanoe with the provisions cf "The Road Board* Act, 1908," "The Local Elections and Foils Act, 190S, 53 and iVets amending the same: NOTICE if? hereby given that the ' Annuj.l Election lor Tliree Memhex's i>? the' alcve Bosirtt will. be liidvl - on SATURDAY, the 4ih day of Iv3ay iiesct', as under: — Fairhall—l Member. Waihopaf—l Member. Wairau Valley:-1-! Member»- Nominations in the 'form niimbei-ed 2. in the Second 1- Schedule -of "Tin*' Local Election ancf PoH»(Act, Was?. 7. must be delivered' to-the Returning; Oifipei;. o3^ddTesse<Jtoi,-him..a.nd. <re- ,"• livere-'l a^>thp office- of tlV© *'Boaxd» Bleitlieim, at any time 3t>efore noon cv SATURDAY, 27th April; 1912. L. GRIFFITHS, Retimiing OfScerJ Blenheim, U>th .April, 191-2. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. . PICTON Si^CfTlON. . .WEDNESDAfTApriI .17, 1912. HOLIDAY EXCURSION TIGKESB3 . will be issued from any station to Blenheim (except -where ordinary faxes are cheaper) on April 17, N and will be available for return on 18t-ii. inst. " , BY QRDER. District. Office, Picton, April loth, 1912. _ ' . new Zealand" railways. picton section, excursion to sounds', picton, •WEDNESDAY, April 17, 1912. nnRAIN-S will leavo Blenheim for JL Pictoji at 8.35 «,m. ,md 12X0 p.m., returning leaving Pioton. 6,10 p.m. Fare.".: First-class, 3s; Secon<&-cla&s, Is 6d Tickets a^e not available for bre-ik of journey. For further particulu>rs see posters. BY ORDER. District Office. Picton, April loth, 1912. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. PICTON "SECTION; '. WIUDNESDAY/April 17, 1912.» A- TRAIN will leave Blenheim for fevecidon at 6.30 p.m., returning leaving Seddon for Blonlieim at 10.35 p.m. i ' ' ■wTnf lnJ l oa?! ly 'leaving: - Sediion■ for-■ Wai-d «t 8.J5 p.m. will, bo'delayed;'-and will .not leave until 10.30 p.m. District Office, Picton, 16th, 1912. , . J^i PrintingL &dT Styl« or OoJor*♦ "Kxwvm" Priotinir W« "t«.