THANKS. 1 heartly thank the 52 indeppndent Burgesses wtu, (unsolicited), vot«d for me aud did tbtir bent to secure nn return at the recent election for thoffice of Mayor. , DA.VID LUNDON. . — . — ■ 1 BOROUGH OF TAUKANGA. MAYORAL ELECTION. BESULT OF THE POLL. I JOHN HARRIS McCAW, R e - -9 turning Officer for the Borough of fauranga, hereby certify thai the following is the result of the Poll taken on the 28th day of November, 1694, for the election of Mayor for the Borough of Tauranga. Names of Candidates vnd number of votes redeived by each. CHARLES AUGUSTUS CLA.KKE 70 TOTES DIVID DITODON 52 " I therefore declare Charles Augustus Clarke, be having received the highest number of votes, to be duly elected, JNO. H. McCAtf . Returning Officer. BOBOUGH OF TAURANGA. TO THE BURGESSES. Ladies and Gentlemen, I beg tD return you my sincere thanks for your hearty support during the recent oontest for the important office of Mayor, and for reelecting me by such a substantial majority. You 1 8 faithfully, Charles A. Clarke, Mayor. The Cutter 'ELEANOR' jjS^i^. will trade regullary be"fijflrrfgt* tween Tauranga and FREIGHT 7/6 per TON. Special arrangements made for full cargo or for shipments of 10 Tons and upwards. DAVID LUNDON. GOVERNMENT SANATORIUM, ROTORUA. TENDERS are invited for supplies for the year 1895, as follows :— 1. — General Groceeies. 2.*—Butchers' Meat. 3. — Dairy Produce, Whole Milk, Fresh Butter, Newly-latd Eggs 4. — Bread, White and Brown. 5. — Rata Firewood, in 4 feet and 16 inch lengths. 6. — Taupiri Coal, in lots not less than 5 tons. LISTS OF ITEMS for tenders 1 and 2 may be seen at tho Sanatorium. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders to be addressed to the Resident Medical Officer, and received by himi?ot later than Wednesday, December 12th, 1894. BOROUGH OF TAURANGA. Appointment of Valuer. A PPLICATIONS will be received J\. till noon on Monday, December 3rd, 1894, for the appointment of Valuer to the Borough of Tauranga. Conditions may be seen on application to the undersigned. JNO. H. McCAW, Town Clerk. in thelestate of b. w. simpson, DECEASED. TENDERS. fpBNDERS will be received at the X office of the undersigned, Main street, Opotiki, up to noon on SA TURDAY, 15th December, 1594, for the Purchase of the unexpired portion of the Lease of the OHIWA HOTEL, Ohiwa, together with the Goodwill of the Hotel and Store business, and all Furniture, Stock, and Goods in and about the Hotel and Store at a valuation. Terms Caah. Each tender must be accompanied by a cash deposit of five per cent on the amount of the tender. The successful tenderer must complete the purchase within two weeks from the acceptance of his tender, or his deposit will be forfeited. Tenders will also be received as Above for the purchase of all or either of Allotment 264, Parish of Waimana Allotment 278, Parish of Waiotahi Allotment 3, Block 3, Ohiwa And of deceased's interest in Allotment 97, Waiotahi Parish And for the Purchase of the Ferry Plant, Ohiwa. The highest or any tender not necestsnly accepted in any case. Full particulars and information nay be obtained from the undersigned or from Messrs Abbot & White, Opotiki. HENRY E. ELLIOTT. Solicitor, Opotiki. November 16, 1894. A.N. B VSBY THE ORGINAL VENETIAN AND WIRE GAUZE BLIND MAKER,
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