New Advertisements. JJORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. The usual MONTHLY MEETING will be held at Mr Jones’ Upper Boom, on WEDNESDAY Next, August 2nd. Mr S. E*.Poyiitz will read his promised paper. N.B.—These meetings are open to all Members of the Society and their friends. S. E. POYNTZ, jl 31 Hon, Sec. WAR ITEMS.—The latest news from Egypt, fortunately, will not interfere with the Dawn of Peace Gathering on MONDAY Next. Templar Hall. Dr Trevor in chair. jl 31 C(HUROH OP ENGLAND TBM- / PERANOE SOCIETY. The First MEETING of the above will take place in the Upper Room, Saunders’ Buildings, TO-NIGHT, at 8 o’clock, when Mr H. Bennktts will give an address. P. PERRIMAN, Hon. Sec. TENDERS are invited for 40 Chains FENCING (Sod and and Ditch) at Flemington. - Specifications to be seen at' the office of the undersigned, or at the Farm of Mr William Anderson, Flemington. Tenders to close at Noon on THURSDAY, 3rd inst. jl 31 POYNTZ & CO. rjlE NDE R S WANTED. PLOUGHING, HARROWING, ROLLING, and SOWING 300 acres of land with .Turnips on the Buocleuch Estate. Two Teams and Implements, supplied to thei contractor. Tenders to sent in to I. E. Taylor, Buccleuch, by the 10th August. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. For particular* apply to the Office Of this Paper. Or I. E. TAYi OR, jl3l Buccleuch.
"VT" OTIGE.—The Entertainment adverJ3| tised to be held in CherPey Schoolhouse on Friday, 28th July, has been POSTPONED, owing to the inclemency of the weather, tilt FRIDAY, August sth. D. Todd, Secretary. TEA and ENTERTAINMENT a* Templar Hall on MONDAY Even* ipg Next. Tickets, Is 6d each. Tea on table at 5.30. ]l3l WESTERN FIRE BRIGADE.—I wish to notify that I have NO CONNECTION whatever with the Western Fire Brigade. My name was put down as a member without my authority. GEORGE VINCENT. Sensational paragraphs concerning the War are often appearing. For further sensational items attend the Entertainment at Templar Hall, MOND AY Next. _ ‘ jl 31 HUNT CLUB PRIVILEGES. SATURDAY, sth AUGUST. 2 o’clock sharp. MR ALFRED HARRISON has received instructions from the Committee to sell by public auction, at hia Rooms, No. 1 Publican’s Booth (one) 2. Confectioner’s Booth (one) 3. Gates 4. Grand Stand 5. Saddling Paddock 6. Cards Subject to usual conditions, copy of which may bo inspected at the Auctioneer’s Office, and will be read at time ol sale. ALFRED HARRISON, jl 31 Auctioneer. DAWN OF PEACE.—a Capital Tea with an Excellent Entertainment will celebrate the Anniversary of this Lodge. Tickets Is 6d. jl3l
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