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Forremmnder of reading matter see first and fourth pages. **RHmB&iFBXI~ will leave the Town Wharf, at 2 p.m. sharp, To-morrow (Thursday) to convey visitors and others to Mount Maunganui. Fare— One Shilling each. FOB BALB - + A A H&AD OF WELL-BBED 141/ CATTLE, Comprising — 85 bead 2- and 3-year-old Steers 55 bead Cows and Heifers 80 Yearlings 20 Calves These Cattle ire on one of the best farms in this district, are in good condition, and can be bought on easy terms. Apply to CAPT. CBAPP, Omokoroa; Or to J. BODELL, Tauranga. Tftoranga Advertising Committee. NOTICE. A PUBLIC MEETING will be beld in Mr James Galbraith's office, Willow street, at 7 p.m., on Wednesday next. Butiness— To receive the report of the Advertising Committee ; to decide on the future course of action ; and other business of great public interest. GEOKGE GARDINER, ; Hon. Sec. FOB SALE. THE UNEXPIRED LEASE of House and Land situated near the Government Buildings. The house contains six Booms, and Office lately in the occupation of Mr F. A. Purvis. For further particulars apply to JAMES GALBRAITH, Solicitor. FRANK SCOTT'S BUNGALOW, WAI-O-TAPU. rpOUBISTS should not leave the JL district v*Hhout visiting: the Wai-o-tapu Valley. Mr Scott is now prepared to receive visitors, and will conduct them personally to the various objects of interest* Tourißts should endeavour to pass at least one night here, as it is impossible to visit all the places worth seeing in one day without great fatigue. All necessary requisites are provided. Comfortable sleeping quarters in the large marquee. BOBOUGH OF TAUBANGA. Mayoral Election. I THE UNDERSIGNED, Beturn--9 ing Officer foz the Borough of Tauranga, hereby give notice that Mr James Bodell, being the only Candidate nominated this day for the office of Mayor of the said Borough, and as the number of Candidates does not exceed the number of vacancies to be filled, I declare the said James Bodell to be duly elected. JNO. H* McCAW, Beturning Officer. Borough Council Chambers, Tauranga, 21st November, 1888. THANKS. Te the Burgesses of the Borough of Tauranga. ¥ ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— p J I thank you for placing me in the Mayoral Chair of this Borough for the ensuing year, and I will ao my best for the advancement of this Borough and district. Yours sincerely, J. BODBLL. BOABDING & DAT SCHOOL, Gbakgb Boas, Mount Era*, Auckland. Conducted by MBS GILSTAIN. This School his been Established for the last two years. Reference kindly permitted to Parents of Pupils and Clergymen. StTBJXCTB OF lITSTBtrCTIOK: Englisli Language and Literature. Music, French, Drawing, Dancing, Calisthenics Plaia and Fancy Needlework. Tkbms :— £B6 per annum (Children under 7 years, £25 each). Barents sending their Children to Auckland may rest assured they will bare a happy home with Mrs Gilstain. Professional Teachers for advanced Pupila,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XV, Issue 2361, 21 November 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XV, Issue 2361, 21 November 1888

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