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Manawatu Times, Volume XXVII, Issue 7566, 23 October 1902, Page 3
THOMAS BAIN, Booksellei, Stationer and News Agent, DANNEVIRKB. (Proprietor of the Railway Bookstalls at Napier, Hastings, Danncvirfce, Woodville and Featherston). HAVING purc'i.ise. J r '.: cash a stockin-trade .v* coiuidtrably under cost, aud receiviug lar c parcels of the latest new books and magazines from Jaouje DIRECT BY EVERY VAXI>, is IICW off-.T-ing Libraries ami bookreaders bargit'o3 in books not to be bad elsewhere. It will pay Libraries to sand along their lists and get quotations, as MOSBY SAVED IS MONEY EARNED. Bo: n» tho appointed agen1 I r HOP.DON & OOTCH. and R. A. THOM l^-^N .V CO., London, ia able t> supply 1! the 1 te=t best English, American, and Colonial mag z'nes, papers and poriodioals posted to any address in New Zealand at bed rock pr: cos Ibe laigcst stock to choose from between Napier and Wellington. Carriage paid on all rrlsra over £2 in value. Do not lose first pick as t took must be reduced prior to removing inta new ; premisea being erected. THOMAS BAIN, mHEATRE "OOYAL. POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2^th. The Greatest Theatrical Event of the Year. Mr Harry Kickards' New English, American and Continental STAR COMPANY. A Positive Feast of Star Vaudeville Acts A THE JACKSON FAMILY A The Most Unique Musical tfc treat ever submitted this side of the line. DERENDA. and BREEN, The Great Comic Juggling Kings (100 Nights at the London Hippodrome) ME J. W. WINTON, The World's Greatest Ventriloquist &, "M'Ginty" MISS JENNIE OPIE.-Mezzo-Soprano, in illustrated songs MISS NEVA CARR-GLYNN, Operatic Contralto THE CLARENCE SISEERS, The Clever Australian Serbs And the Most Perfected AMERICAN BIOSCOPE. Prices, 4s, 2s 6d and Is. Early doors 6d extra. M. MARCUS, Manager. PALMERSTON NORTH BRASS BA^D. A SOCIAL AND DANCE Under the auspices of the Palmerston North Brass Band, Will be held in the . ry* HEATBL TpOIAL Ok WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEE 29rH. Proceeds in aid of Band Fund. Double tickets, 2s 6d; extra lady, Is. GENEEAL ELECTION. PALMERSTON ELECTORATE. W. T. WOOD, THE LIBEBAL CANDIDATE, WILL address the electors as follows:— LONGBURN PUBLIC HALL, Thursday, 23rd October at 8 p.m. A.WAHTIKI HALL, Friday 24th October. THEATRE ROYAL, Palmerston North, Monday 27fch October. Other dates will be advertised shortly. PALMERSTON ELECTORATE. ■jV/TR H. J.MANSON, THE LIBERAL CANDIDATE, will address the electors at the following places on the dates notified .—■ Oct. 21st: Ashhurst Public Hall ~ 23rd : Bunnythorpe Public Hall ~ 24th : Kelvin Grove Public Hall „ 27th : Stony Creek Public Hall ~ 28th : Tiritea Scboolhousa ~ 29th : Oroua Bridge Sehoolhouse ~ 80th : Kairanga Scboolhouse ~ 81st : Longburn Public Hall Nov. 3rd: FitzherbertE. Public Hall ~ 4th : Linton Public Hall ~ sth : Awahuri Public Hall „ 6th : Newberry Public Hall ,; 7th : Hiwioui Bchoolhouse Chair will be taken in each instance at 8 p.m. PALMERSTON ELECTORATE. ! j/r R T. R. HODDER will adlV-L dress the electors at— HIWINUI. AttheHiwimn School House on Friday evening, 24th inst. KIARANGA. —At the Kairanga School House on Monday 27th. Other dates to follow. IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF i H. J. WHITELAW, SADDLER. SEPARATE Tenders will be received by me up to Saturday, 25th October, at noon, as under— 1. Sotck-in-trade and goodwill of saddler's business in Feilding, including lease of premises i: desired. 2. Book debts. 3. Equity of redemption in Government leasehold section at Aorangi, 6 acres. Stock sheets and conditions may be seen at my office, Feilding, DDMUND GOODBEHERE, For Trustee [A CARD.] MRS WILLSHIRE, ladies' nurse and midwife, has great pleasure in announcing to the ladie3 of Palmerston North and surrounding district that she has again started nuising, aud Bolioits t^e liberal patroDage formerly accorded her. Ladies attended in town or country. All orders or letters addressed c/o Mrs R. Terry, Pitt-slreet, ■will^ he strictly attended to. >,vv. LOYAL MANAWATU LODGE, No- 642°nnHE ordinary fortnightly meeting of _L the above Lodge will be held in the Oddfellows' Fall, Cuba street, on Thursday, October 23rd, at S p.m. Business—lnitiation and general. S. J.WATSON. PermanertSeoretary ' ORIENT LODG^, 1.0.0.F.. NO. 42. THE ordinary fortnightly meeting of the above Lodge will be held in the Lodgeroom, Church-street, on Friday, October 24th 1902, at 7.30 p.m. Business—lnitiation and general. By order of the N.G . H. GRIGGS, • Snore tary. Merryvaie House, Rangitikei Street. Y'l ES J. ROBERTS (late of the Family .tJL Hotel) beg 3to notify having takeo over the above house, which has been thoiougbly rev vated, so that boarders and the t aveiling public will fl-d it a comfortable heme, Moderate charges.