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Manawatu Times, Rōrahi XXVI, Putanga 7325, 16 Whiringa-ā-nuku 1901, Page 3
YOUR LITTLE HOME whether in town or country will be all the mote cheerful and comfortable for being provided with SURATURA TEA, &L* economical. .Guaranteed not blended with Indian, China, or any cheap or inferior teas. Obtainable from all Storekeepers. PRICES: A Quality 1/8 par Mb B Quality 1/11 „ . D Quality 2/2 „ X Quality 2/0 „ To-mght. Social and Dance. TWENTY-SIXTH ANNIVERSARY, to be held in the FOEESTERvS1 HALL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16th, Double tickets 4s, single 2s 6d, extra lady Is 6d, can be obtained from members of the lodge. [C. BLACKBURN, Secretary, Preliminary Announcement. ABALE ot WORK Will be held in the BKOAD STEEET WESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAY AND THUESDAY, 23rd and 24th October, IN aid of the renovation of the Sunday School. _' Prizes will be awarded for the follow ing competitions : — Bouquet-making, Cooking, Gents' Hat-trimming, and Spelling. The teachers will be glad to receive contributions for the different stalls from parents and friends. BAPTIST CHUECH. SUNDAY-SCHOOL ANNIVEESAEY. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER* 16th. • ' TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING. TEA at 0 30, Tickets Is, children not scholars Cd, Meeting at 7 30. Addresses by tho Revs T. W. Newbold and E Richardß., Recitations, dialogues and singing by tho children. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20ih. Services at 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 7 p.m. Afternoon especially for 1-ho young. Special hymns by the children at all the services. MISSION WORK AMONG THE MAORIS. REV. R. HABDEN (ROPATA TAHU fOTJKI), Maori Missionary, from Tarana'ti,-u 1". address public meetings as under.— THURSDAY 17tb, 7.30 p.m., Cuba Street Church. FRIDAY 38th, 7.30 p.m., Broad Street Church. SUNDAY 20th. 8.30 p.m., Theatre Royal.(Mr F. Pirani, M.H.R., in tho chair). Collection at eaoh meeting for Weslsyan Home Mission Fund. BADEN-POWELL'S parody on Longfellow's '• Psalm of Life."—Aßhurst Library and Free Reading lloom Bazaar. To be obtained ollv from the committee —Advfc. . • WANGANUI AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. GRAND t_ NNUAL QHOW BAND JtA-NNUAL O&.0"W OF HORSES, SHEEP, CATTLE, PIGS, DOGS, OATS, POULTRY, IMPLEMENTS, LOCAL INDUSTRIES, DAIRY and AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, Etc. Will be held on the "Wanganui Bace* l course on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 20th and 21st NOVEMBER, 1901. Hunters' Competions, Pony and Ladies' Jumping both Days, Driving, Shearing, Wood Chopping Compete tions, Children's Pony Races. ENTRIES CLOSE ON SATURDAY, 9th NOVEMBER, 1901. Programme and Entry Forma will be forwarded on application to M.X J, C. Lane, Palmerston N., or SELBY MORTON, Secretary. TENDERS wanted for erecting a residence for W. McKenzie, Esq., at Fitzherbert Ease. Plans and specifications may be seen at L. Laurenson's, Alexandra street. Tenders close Thursday, 17th. inst. npENDERS are invited for addi- JL tions and alterations to the Post Office Hotel, Foxton. Plans and specifications may be seen at the hotel or my office. Tenders must 'be left with Mr George Gray, at Foxton, or afc my j office not liter than 11.30 a.m. on Saturday 19th inst. J L. G. WEST, ■ ; Architect. BOROUGH COUNCIL NOTICE. PUBLIC "LIBRARY. npENDERS are required for the JL supply of Magazines and Papers for the Public Reading Room for the year 1902. A list of the periodicals required may be seen at the Council office. Tenders will close at the Council office on Friday, October 18th, 1901, at 4 p.m. KOBT. N. KEELING, Town Clerk. OUR NEW Photographic Studio, ON THE OLD SITE, 7, WILLIS STREET, 7, WILL BE OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF SITTERS AT 9 A.M. ON Monday, 14r!i October Wrigglesworth AND Binns, PHOTOGRAPHERS, I 7, WILLIS STREET, 7, 1 WELLINGTON!