New silks, new dresses, new costumes. neW jackets, new neckwear, new. gloves, new blousings; splendid selection just opehed.-atyMcCnllagh and.Gow.er*s, inkporters.—(Ad;)-" ■' BrTEETTNGB. ~- = .'-<■ ■"VTTEW ZEALAND BAPTIST. MISSION. ABIT '.SOClETY.—Auckland•" Auxiliary. Quarterly Meeting.—MlSS FLORENCE YOUNG, of Malayta, Solomon Islands, will speak at the Tabernacle, at 7.30 D.m. TO MORROW (THURSDAY). -~.■* ' 6 - 1 - MiAiCHINE STNDIOAIiE, I/ED, ' SiROFOSED ENOBBAiSE OF- OAPITAfL. AN EXTEAIOBiDIINiAiBX GENiERIAiL MEETING OF SHAiBiEmOLiDiBKiS - will---be held, at Qneen-st Second Floor, onFiRJIXA/Y, OSth -dnst., a* 2 p.m. : = , - - Business: To resolve, later aHn, that the nominal capital of the. syiudt. .. • . cate. toe .increased toy .the Issue oi .- -f2OOO additional shares, of .the nomd. nal, value -of 10/, each, .plus premium: of 10/ per share. Applications, for .shades .of. the proposed now. Issue are mow invited, returnable ta tbhe undersigned,- Secortty ißnildings, Queen. St., on. or .before Noon orf F-REDAY NEXT, 19th tost. Copies .of, the,.directors* circular to members of .the syndicate to the proposed increase jof capital may toe had at the same address. ■ J. *H/iMIACfEIE, "'' ""•- y. Secretary." SSSBSS"^**^"?^ n ELECTORAL. A TJOK'LAND LICENSIING DISTRICT. OfF RESULT OF POLL. I, Henry •Hawthorne Giant Batte, Kettraing Officer for the Licensing District of Auckland, do hereby declare that" the .Result of the Poll taken on the Ninth day of •Match, 1609, for the Election of a Licensing Committee for the said district to toe aa follows:— - ■ ' - ' Votes ■" ■Candidates.- - - nolled!. AdGKIN, GTBAVE'S _. 5260 BAGNALL, LEMUEL JOHN 6839 CASEY, MAURICE ..., :....' . 6497 CBEAL, PETEiR EDWARD _...• 5458 HOLLAND, JAMES JOB .;.. oTTQ JAMI'ESON, JAIMBS ."„." 742 .KIING, FRiEJDEKiICfK: WILLIAM ROBERT JOKN '.. 6665 ■MENNIE, JAM.BS MILNE 6688 NTCOL. EMILY ELIZABETH 450 BEE'S, WILLIAM JOSEPH 6105 RtGHARiPSON, WILLIAM 260.5 •ROSSBR, ARTHUR 44JT4 SOMERS. WILLIAM CpEdSTOPIHBR ©^ Total number of valid votes polled, 18,207 ■Number of votes rejected as informal, 75a I therefore, declare the sold. Lentae! John Biagnall, James Job Holland, Frederick WllllaE cßobert John King, James Milne Men■nle, and William Christopher Somers, to he Elected. Dated at Anckland this I.6th day ot March, 1809. HENRY H. G. QSAiLiFE. V*" KetuifMng Officer, NOW Chests Tippy Leaf Farmings, direct from the Ceylon Tea aardens.—John Earle and Co., Tea Importers, Queen-st. xk\
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