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JttL PAHIATUA LICENSING DISTRICT. In pursuance of " The Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Act, 1893," and the amendments thereto, "The Electoral Act, 1902," and "The Regulation of Local Elections Act, 1876." NOTICE is hereby given that the following qualified persons have been duly nominated as Candidates at the present election, and that a POLL will be taken on WEDNESDAY, tbe 25th day of March, 1903, for the election of FIVE Members for the Licensing Committee, from the hours of 9 o'clock a.m. to 6 o'clock p.m., namely : — William Henry Hawkins Donald Munro * Samuel Bolton Archibald Stewart Valentine Mekalick John Hughes James Donald Wilson Archibald McCormick Andrew Quinlan John OMeara The following are the polling places, viz, :— Borough Council Chambers, ' , Woodville (principal) Schoolhouse, Maharahara Schoolhouse, Victoria Valley Publio Hall, Kumeroa Schoolhouse, Weber £H»ool Bhelter-Bhed, Wimbledon j Sii6olhouße, Herbertvillo Blacksmith's Shop, Aohanga Schoolhouse, .Pongaroa Schoolhouse, Rakanui Sohoolhouse, Waione Public Library, Mangatainoka Courthouse, Pahiatua Schoolhouse. Scarborough Schoolhouse-, Mangahao Wesleyan Church Vestry, Ballance Old Schoolhouse, Makomako Schoolhouse, Konini Schoolhouse, Kaitawa Schoolhouse, Makuri Schoolhouse, Coonoor Crown Dtdify Company's Whare, Kohinui Mr McPhail's House, Ngaturi Wm. G. CRAWFORD, Returning Officer. Dated this 16th day of March, 1903. WAIPAWA LICENSING DISTRICT. F PURSUANCE of "The Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Acts, 1893 and 1895," and "The Electoral Act, 1*892," I, Samuel Johnson, Returning Officer for the Waipawa District, do hereby give public notice that an election will be held for the return of FIVE qualified persons to serve as Members of the Licensing Committee for such district, od /TUESDAY, 31st day of March, 1903, and that the latest day for receiving Nominations of Candidates, and the place, will be TUES DAY, 24th March, 1903* not later than fi7e p;m., at my office, Waipawa. Each nomination must be accompanied by a sum of £10. The following are the polling places for Waipawa District : — Waipawa, Courthouse Hampden, Public Libray Omakare, Road Board Office Waipukurau, Rechabite Hall Hatuma, Granary Wanstead, Schoolhouse Porangahau, Onga Onga, Public Hall Blackburn, Post Office '',-."" Wakarara, Schoolhouse Makjaretu. ■ *'* ■ Ashley-Clinton, Post Oifice Takapau, Public Library Norsewood, Public Library Whetukura, Public Hall Ormondville. Town Board Office Makotuku, Foresters' Hall Matamau, Mrs Thompson's house Danevirke, Courthouse Danevirke, Mrs Woods' house near North School Danevirke, Borough Council Ofiice Umutaoroa, Public Hall Mangatoro, near Boardinghouse Mangatuna, Mr M. Franklin's house Mangapouka, Post Office SAMUEL JOHNSON, Returning Officer. Waipawa, 17th March, 1903. WEBER COUNTY COUNCIL. riIENDERS, addressed fo S. 1 Franklin, Chairman Weber County Council, will be received nntiluoonon SATURDAY, March 21st, for— Carting about 600 yds (more or less) of metal from Hales' Creek and Berntsen's Quarry to Kereru Hill and Waipatiki Bridge. Overseer will be in attendance trom. March 2nd. A. MORRISON, County Clerk. IMPERIAL CAEE. TO FARMERS, DROVERS AND SALESMEN. THO meet the convenience of the |_ public attending tho sales fit the new yards on Miller's Road, Dinner will be served at the Im perial Cafe every FRIDAY, at 11 30 G. CHARMAN, Proprietor. - HOME HAND-BOOK? HYGIENE AND RATIONAL MEDICINE. By Dr Kellogg, M.D. (Member of British Gynecological Society. A VALUABLE" Doctor's Work for every family. Many testimonials have been received, aDd may be inspected by anyone desirous of doing so. Orders now being taken by MRS HAMILTON, C/o. Post Office, Dannevirke. FEILDING INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION EXHIBITION. MARCH 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, & 28th, 1903. To be opened by RIGHT HON. R. J. SEDDON at 3 p.m., Tuesday, March 24, 1903. Large Entries in all classes. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS EACH DAY. Musical, Elocutionary, Horseshoeing and Weight-liftiDg Competitions. Fine Art and Shooting- Galleries, Orchestra and Bands. Guessing Competitions. Excursion Fares. Is. Admission ls. Children half-price. Season Tickets ss. E. H. FISHER, Secretary, Feilding.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Bush Advocate, Volume XIV, Issue 297, 18 March 1903

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Bush Advocate, Volume XIV, Issue 297, 18 March 1903

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