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Observer, Volume XI, Issue 747, 22 April 1893, Page 7
- i gg|®^w. A NCIENT ORDER J. OF FORESTERS. !sj&j?||fj|§i|jfflSi Coitbt Nil Desperandum, 1 1 Y||PijlpJji§L| wiu celebrate their y^P^K? ANNIVERSARY Ell - PLAIN & FANCY DRESS BALL To be held on FRIDAY, APRIL 28th, 1893. In the FORESTERS' HALL, Newton Ms.Cs. : Bros. Wilson, Nelson and Good. Catering by Mr. Phillips, Newton. Music by Hannken's Band. Tickets may he obtained from any of the com- mittee',- Single, 35.; Double, 55. ; Spectator's Ticket, Is. J. GIBBS, Sec. T^XCURSIONS TO ST v-^tl^S&V -b^l HELIER'S BAT, AND ROUND THE ISLANDS OP THE (JULF. SUNDAY AFTERNOON, The p.s. EAGLE will run an Excursion to St. Helier's Bay and round and between many of the beautifnl Islands of the Hauraki Gulf, callis&at St. Helier's on the return j urney. Leaving Ferry Tee— Leaving St. Helier's — 2.30 p.m. 5 p.m. Tickets— Adults, Is Children, 6d. J. R. D. BAKER. JOSEPH WOODALL, Hatter and Mercer, has Removed from Coombes' Arcade to more commodious premises, next Wilson's China Warehouse, and opposite Golden Boot. A UCKL&ND CITY SCHOOLS A. DISTRICT. The Annual Meeting of Householders wi'l be held in St. James' Hall, Wellington-street, on Monday next, the 24th inst., at 7.30 p.m. to receive outgoing Committees' Report and pro- ceerl with election of new Committee. JOSEPH BLADES, Chairman Auckland City District Schools Committee. April 19th, 1893. A UCKLAND HARBOU^ BOABD. TENDERS FOR CLEANING AND PAINT- ING BUOYS AND BEACONS. Harbour Board Offices, Auckland, April 18th, 1893. Tenders will be received at this office until Tuesday, the 25th April, at noon, for Cleaning and Painting Buoys and Beacons, in terms of specifications and conditions t i be seen at this office. The lowest or any tender not necissarily ac- cepted. Tenders to be endorsed, " Tender for Clean- ing and PaiDting Buoys and Beacons." By order of the Board. J. M. BRIGrHAM, Secretiry. T AND TRANSFER ACT NOTICES. Notice is hereby given that the several parcels, of Land hereinafter described will be brought under the provisions of ' The Land Transfer Act, 1885,' unless caveat in the meantime be lodged forbidding the same in each case on or before the 20th May, 1893 :— THOMAS GRANGER.— Tongarewa A No. 1 Block, situated at the Thames, containing 106 acres 1 rood 8 perches. In applicant's occupation. 3023 JAMES MTJlß.— Allotment 5, Section 45, Village of Onehunga, containing 1 acre. In the occupation of Agnes Barr. 3025 JAMES NEWELL.— Part of Allotment 40, Section 4>, City of Auckland, containing 15 perches. Occupied by tenants. . 3026 JOHN OWEN.— Part of . Allotment 31, Parish of Takapuna, containing 5 acres 2 roods 1 perch. Unoccupied. 3028 Diagrams may be inspected at this office. Daied this 15th day of April, 1893, at the Lands Registry Office, Auckland. THEO. KISSLIN'-}, District Land Registrar. BABIES! BABIES! BABlES!— Per- ambulators, Go-carts, Doll Prams, etc Best value. Illustrated price lists, post free. Goods forwarded, carriage paid on recept of remittance.— Smith s "AiickJand Perambula- tor Depot, 246 Queen-atreet, Auckland.