Pnblic Works Office, Auckland, 16th April, 1904. rpENDERS will be received at L this office until noon on Wednesday, the 11th May, 1904, for the erection of additions to Native School at Ruatoki. Plans, etc. may be seen at the Post Offices at Whakatane and Tauranga, and at this office. No tender necessarily accepted. C. R. VICKERMAN, District Engineer. MAYORAL ELECTION. , TO THE BURGESSES. Ladies and Gentlemen,— I tender you my very best thanks for placing me at the head of the poll with such an overwhelming majoriry, and also thank Messrs Musgrave, P. Donovan and Kennedy, for friendly services rendered. CHARLES JORDAN. MAYORAL ELECTION. T BEG TO RETURN my sincere X thanks to those electors who voted for me on Wednesday. JOHN BULL. BOROUGH OF TAURANGA. Election of Mayor. Result of Poll. j I THE UNDERSIGNED, Re- , turning Officer for the Borough of Tauranga, hereby certify that the following is the result of the Poll, taken on Wednesday, April 27th, 1904, for the election of Mayor for the said Borough :— Names of Candidates Number of Votes CHARLES JORDAN . . 177 JOHN BULL . . . . 64 Informal . . . • 2 I therefore declare CHARLES JORDAN, he hsving received the highest number of votes, to be duly elected. JNO. H. McCAW, Returning Officer. ' NOTICE. LICENSING DISTRICT OF BAY OF PLENTY. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Licensing Committoe, for the above named District, will be holdea in the Magistrato's Courthouse, Tauranga, at 12, noon, on Wednesday, the Ist day «.a»e,1904. w athom _ Clerk of the Licensing Committee. OPERX HOUSE. Tuesday & Wednesday Next. A Notable Night for the Music-loving People of Tauranga. THE CELEBRATED BLACK FAMILY OF MUSIGJU. ENTERTAINERS. This Great Musical Organisation has created a furore unparalleled in the musical annals of Australasia. Miss N^H^T Black, yew Zealand's Famous Co "£?«"£•. Exquisite and Marvellous Trick Violiniste A Brilliant EnTertalnment. A Grand Programme of Varieties, Happily blended with the Sweetest Melodies, Charming Solos. Delightful Musical Numbers. THE WHOLE FORMING THE lost Refined and Brilliant Ententemeat ever witnessed in Tauranga, Notwithstanding, the enormous expense only popular prices will be charged, vis., Front Seats, 3s; Back, 2s. JACK MACDOXALD, Touring Manager. PUBLIC HALL, TE PUKE. May, 6th, 7th. Momentous Musical Event COMING! COMING! ! THE CELEBRATED Black Family ICUBICAL ENTERTAINERS
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XXXI, Issue 4592, 29 April 1904
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XXXI, Issue 4592, 29 April 1904
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