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5 \ITHITE SHIRTS IDeaui.-s./, ___,■ „,-, T ▼ Toys, /l to 1/; Knives and Fojks,"/9 ier pair; Ladies' Scarfs,/6; Men's ditto, If; Lace Collars, If; Scrubbing Brushes. /9; Splendid ; Black Pepper, /10; beautiful lot of Gilt JeAvelrv; 1 Bread Knives. 1/6; Flour, /1_ per lb.; another lot of the 5/6 Prunella Boots ; CorkscreAvs, fi ; , Ladies' Stockings, /6; my best Kid Boots are only 7/6 ; large stock of Concertinas from if t<> . 10/; Girls'^traw Hats, /6; Girls'. Stockings and Boys' Socks. 3 nar'for 1/; Tooth Brushes. /6; ; Kits, If, worth 1/9; j-eather Laces, /2 and/Gper dozen; Wave Braid, 12 pieces for /3; Ladies' , Superior Straw Hats, 2/; Men's Handkerchiefs, /6.: -W, H. Dampier, Victoria-street, corner of Hobson-street. BOARD OF EDUCATION^ Teacher wanted for Arapohue Schbol, Wairoa. Applications to be addressed to the Board of Education, Auckland, on or before 7th January next. VINCENT E. RICE, Secretary. INSURANCE CO MP ANIE S ASSOCIATION. The Insurance Companies Offices will be CLOSED on Christmas Day and Boxing Day, j -sth and 26th instant ; also on Ist and 2nd 0 anuary, 1878.' HENRY GILFILLAN, Hon. Sec. Ik -UCK LA N D ENGINEER ~- -L VOLUNTEERS. m- ANNUAL PICNIC. "®a 1 y the kind permission of Major Green, the abeve PICNIC will be held at MOTUIHI on Jaruarylst, 1878. T.ckets, ss. each; may be obtained from Lieut. Saunders, Queen-street; Color-Sergeant Heal, Market. E. DAWSON, Secretary. T^EVONPORT DISTRICT BOARD. Tenders, addressed to the undersigned np tc noon of MONDAY.'the 31st instant, will be received for Excavations and Forming Road across the Flagstaff Hill. Plans, &c, may be seen at the Post-office; Devonport, where tenders are to be left. ,_„ W. H. BROWN, Chairman District Board. mount7~north~ shore! ■ Tenders for Lease of this Property will be received up to noon of MONDAY, the 31st. Condiions at Post-affice, Devonport. OLIVER MAYS. Kn sale, at cost prices. Galvanized Iron Wire Netting, Nails, and Slendid Strong Buckets, Zinc Slate Nails, Bass Fittings for Gas and Water Pipes, 8-light Candelier for gas, candles, or oil; Side Lights fo Vessels, &c, &c. N_ LEAD & GALVANIZED IRON WORKS, VICTORI A-ST » EET. "TVURSERY, Strawberry, and Market J- Garden, Avith four-roomed Cottage, in the citj for Lease with immediate possession.—S. Y.jibllins, Hepburn-street. HfVAN C E NE WM ARKE T. Orand after the 7th day of January, 1878, the Undrsigned will CLOSE their plans of bnsiijssat 7 p.m. (Saturday excepted). Thij Public are respectfully requested to assisi'them in carrying out this desirable chang by making their purchases before that hour. ROBERT DENNISON. WILLIAM HOGG. 'own Clerk's Office, December 22,1877. THE City Council Offices Avill be CDSED on Christmas Day, and the 26th and 27t_December ; also, Ist and 2nd January. P. A. PHILIPS. Town Clerk. AUCKLAND AND HAMILTON RAILWAY. ; CHRISTMAS DAY. The onljTrains will be the Morning Train, Auckland i Hamilton ; afternoon Train' Hamilton to Aujcland; Onehunga Branch, fas on Sundays, i KiIPARA RAILWAY. No Trainanin on Christmas Day. A. V. MACDONALD, : General Manager. T^LECTeON OF COUNCILLOR. Inpursuancbf the "Municipal Corporations" and •' Regulatjn of Local Elections Acts, 1876," I, Henry Rijngs, Returning Officer of the ( Hty of Aucklad, do hereby give notice that an Election will |_ held on TUESDAY, the 15th January next, Or the return of a duly qualified person as Couifilibr of the said City, vice Henry Brett, Esq., efcted Mayor. Candidates will be require to be Nominated on or before FRIDAY, Janary Ith. Any person esirous of Nominating a Candidate must delivir, at the Council Officers, before noon of the dsf aboA re stated, a Nomination Paper, signed a the person named thereon as Candidate, and two persons duly qualified to A'ote at the said Election, Nomination Papers can be procuredpn application at the Office of the Town Clerk. HENRY RIDINGS, ReturninerOfficer for City of Auckland. City Council Ofices, December^), 1877. TOO X U T ! LOOK OIT ON MONDAY FOR THE GRANDESTSIIOW OF CHRISTMAS POULTRY IN AUCKLAND. 200 Fat Cock Turlays, 100 Fat Young: Geese, 150 Fat Younj? Ducks, 500 Good Foavls, fed expressly for Christmas Market. Vide Public Opinion.—J. W. KNIGHT, Poulterer, Fruiterer, and Greengrocer, City Market. q WISS T> A Z A A R. A. GEOSSMAN Begs to intimate to the public that he has on view, Ex Otaki, ALarge Assortment of SWISS FASCY GOODS, CARVED IN WOOD, Consisting of FRAMES, BRACKETS, JEWEL BOXES, VASES, BOOKRA.CKS, And other articles too numerous to mention, ALL HIGHLY EECOMMENDEE For christmas, birthday and wedding pres_::ts. As the time is limited, visitors are requested tc make an early appearance. -v-T IN bPECT lON INVITED. Note the AddressNext to Hemus and Hanna. Photographers Upper Queen-street. RAILWAY TERMINUS HOTEL. OFFICIAL BAY. JOHN ENDEAN, Proprietor, Late of the Nil Desperaudum Hotel, Grahams town. Wines and Spirits of the Best Brands. J.E. hopes for a continuance of the patronag< so liberally bestowed on Mr. Fernandez, th< late proprietor. The Hotel offers special in ducements to Travellers, the situation bsin§ central, close to the Railway Station, and th< charges moderate. f^i A U T I 0 N Whereas certain persons have lately tres passed and entered upon my Land, situate in th District of Hauraki, Banks' County, known a " Oiere North," No. 2,519. and Cut Down, Re moved, and Stolen my Growing and othe Timber Trees. This is to give notice that an; person or persons entering upon the said Lanr for any purpose whatever without my permit sion first obtained, will be prosecuted with th utmost rigour of the law. A Reward willb paid to any person who shall give such inform. tion as will lead to the conviction of any perso who has or may hereafter take any of my sai Tress. Dated this 21st day of December, 1877. SAMUEL CHARLES SMITH, Owner, ARGYLE HOUSE.—Pound in t_ Shop, a Purse containing a sum i money.—Owner please apply to MrjjHogartl Argyle House, Queen' Street,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume VIII, Issue 2420, 22 December 1877

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume VIII, Issue 2420, 22 December 1877

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