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ELECTORAL. AUCKLAND HARBOUR BOARD. ELECTION OF TUREE (3) MEMBERS. Pursuant to the provisions of the Harbours Act. 1908, and the Auckland Harbour Board Act, 1885, and the Local Elections and Polls Act, 1908, I hereby give notice that an Election of Three (3) duly-qunlifled persons as Members of the above Board will take place on MONDAY, the 2Bth day of March, 19U9. Nomination papers, signed by the candidate and two (2) persons duly qualified to vote at the said election, must be delivered to the Returning OOicer, or addressed to him at the Office of the Auckland Harbour Board, Quay-st., before noon of MONDAY the 22nd day of March, 1909. Nomination papers can be obtained on application at tile offices of the Auckland Harbour Board. NOTE.—No proxies will be received from Incorporated and Limited Companies un less the corporate seal of the company is impressed tnereon. Dated this sth day of March, 1909. F. L. PRIME, Returning Officer. Government Insurance Buildings, Queen-st.. Auckland. A UCKLAND HARBOUR BOARD ELECTION. TO PAYERS OF DUES AND SHIPOWNERS. GENTLEMEN,— In response to the request of a large number of Electors, I offer myself as a candidate for your suffrages, at the forthcoming Harbour Board Election. Yours faithfully, WM. D. HOLGATE. M_AMJKAU LlfhiXsl.SU DISTRICT. ELECTION OF LICENSING COMMITTEE I, SIDNEY .TO~HN BROOKFIELD, Returning Officer for the Manukau Licensing District, declare the result of the Poll taken on Oth March. 1909, to be a s follows:— FLANAGAN, JOSEPH ~ 1875 FLEMING. GEORGE lIEKBERT .. IBS 7 GORDON, ANGUS 180.1 HARRIS, ALFRED RICHARD 173S HATTAWAY, WILLIAM DENIS .. 1855 McLennan, m;xCAX jt»2 NEILSOX, DANIEL 1818 ROWE, JOHN 1848 SCOTT, WILLIAM GEORGE 2016 WEBTNEY WILLIAM lt>»rf Total Number of Valid Votes polled 3775 Total Number of Informal Votes polled 82 I therefore declare Scott William George, Fleming, George Herbert, Flanagan, Joseph, Hattaway, William Denis, Westney, William, duly elected. S. J. BKOOKFIELD, UeturulUK Officer. Onehunsa. March 17th. 1909. COUNTY 'NOTICES. /"IOUNTY OF WAITEMATA. TRAFFIC BY-LAWS. Notice is hereby given that at a Special Meeting of the Waitetuata County Council, to be held at the Office of the Council, Palmerstciu Buildings, Queen-st., Auckland, on FRIDAY, the Uud day of April, 1900, the following Resolution, passed at a Special Meeting of the said Council, held on the Bth day of February. 1909, will be submitted tor confirmation as a Special Order;— "That the Waitemata County Council hereby make a by-luw drawn for that purpose under the provisions of 'The Public Work 6 Act, 1908.' and 'The Counties Act, I!K>B.' and enabling it, to provide for the regulation of nil kinds "f traffic on roads and bridges within the limits of the County of Waitemata, and to prevent iujuiy tv such roads «nd bridges by particular kinds of I rami.-, and that tills special resolution do operate as a special order. The objects of the by-law Is to provide for the regulation of traffic generally on roads within liie limits of the County of Waltetruflk, and the weight of load to be transported, tbe prescription of width of tyre to be used, to prevent obstruction en the roads within the said County, to prohibit heavy traffic on the t'ounty roads during the months of Mny to September Inclusive In each year, to provide for the marking of weight of vehicle aud ascertaining weight of load carried, aud to proTide that the estimated cost of repair of roads must be lodged with the Council prior to the undertaking of certain kinds «>f traffic on County roads. A penalty of sums not exceeding £Z, and £'J» is provided to" any breach of tbe Hy-lams, a copy of which is deposit>J at the County Office. Palmcretou Buildings aforesaid, and will remain oppu for inspection of the public during office hours, for at least 30 dnys immediately preceding the Special Meeting tv be held as aforesaid on the L'nd day of April, 1909." Dated this 27th day of February. 1909. V. F. X.ERR TAYLOR, Chairman. MILLINERY. m LA ■jITILLINERY -pSTABLISHMENT, PITT-ST. BUILDINGS, and NO. 9, KAHANGAHAI'E-RD. VERY SPECIAL LINES IN TRIMMED MILLINEIty. BLACK HATS, trimmed with tips, 10/6 to 19/6; very special value SMART HATS, swathed with Silk, iv Black, Navy, Brown, New Blue, and Green, 13/6 to 14/6 LARGE BLACK HATS from 19/6 IF WE HAVEN'T WHAT YOU REQUIRE, TELL Uβ, AS WE MAKE TO SUIT EVERYBODY. WE ALSO RE-MODEL LAST SEASON'S MILLINERY. MISS A R B U C X L E. Telephone 937. M 7 EDUCATIONAL. /COUNTRY MILLINERY CLASSES. MILLINERY CLASSES, under Miss G. Probert, will be held during the present year, as under, commencing TUESDAY, MARCH 23rd:— HAMILTON — Tuesdays. 2.80 p.m. to 4.30 p.m., Old Council Chambers. TE AROHA — Wednesdays, 2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m., Band Room. PUKEKOHB — Thursdays, 2.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m., Library. Fee for tbe Session (36 lessons). £1 10/, payable In advance to the Instructor. GEORGE GEORGE, Director of Technical Education. TANLEY BAY COLLEGE, DEVONPORT. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Pupils prepared for Matriculation and Civil Service Examinations. Visiting teachers for all extra subjects. The School Is in a healthy position, close to wharf and beach. A private 'bus runs from Vicloria-rd. First Term, 1909, commences TUESDAY, Feb. 9th. PRINCIPAL MISS FENDAI/L. Prosuectuses on application. O N S. FT JULIAN. OF BRUSSELS, Teacher of Voice Prodnction and Respiration, has removed to No. 37, 2nd Floor, City Chambers (take lift). Voice Trial and Prospectus free oa agf-liaiuion. M3B&

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 67, 19 March 1909

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