np HEATRE ROYAL. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. GRAND CHANGE OF PROGRAMME! DTK'S GAIETY COMPANY. DIX'S GAIETY COMPANY. • Positively Farewell Appsarance of CALLAHAN AND MACK CALL AH AX AND MACK In their Humorous Pathetic Playlet, "THE OLD NEIGHBOURHOOD." N.B. — Farewell to Callalian and Mack. Entire .Change of Programme. MR. ERNEST FITTS F. M— CLARK and COWAN— JOE iAxioia OLIVE LENTON. May Lewis Jon. Johnston M. Clark's New Comedy, "School." MONDAY NEXT. First Appearance at this Theatre of THE THREE CASINOS! In their Musical Burlesque, introducing the Singing Dog. Prices, 2s and Is. Private boxes, £1 Is. Plan at Holliday's. Booking fee, 6d. WANTED, for Pantomime, 25 handsome young Ladies, with g-ood voices. Arply blage Manager, stage. Theatre Royal, Monday, 10.30 a.m. OYU.NEY-STREET SCHOOLROOM. Mil. EOBERT PARKER'S ANNUAL CONCERT. THURSDAY, 4ih DECEMBER, Assisted by Miss Phoebe Parsons, A.R.C.M. Miss Janet Koss, L.A.B. jJr Leslie Edv.-auls And tlie Wellington Orchestral Society. Tickets, Three Shillings, at Mr. G. Reichrrdt's and the Dresden Music Warehouse. Soats may be reserved on Monday Next, at tho Dio-dcn. VOLUNTEERS. "D BATTERY FIELD ARTILLERY AND . WELLINGTON GARRISON BAND. WITH tho object of raising a Fund lo provide NEAV UNIFORMS for tho men, Committees have been formed to arrange for the holding, in ihe FIRST AVEEK of MARC 11, 1903, of A BAZAAR -under the joint auspices of both corps. The Committee invite all who aro willing to assist in working up for thu event to commuiiibale with any member of either corps, or with one of the joint Hon. Secretaries, who are — BANDSMAN H. DAVIS, 52, Ellice-fctreot ; LIEUT. F. J. COURTNEY, 5, Porlland-cre¢. i i F accordance with the provisions of Section 137 of "The Electoral Act, 1902," T hereby give public notico of the number of votes received by each candi date at the Election of Ono Member of the House of Representatives for Iho Electoral District of Newtown on. the 2Slh day of November, 1902, and hereby declare William Henry Peler Barber to "bo duly elected as Member for tho said district: — Barber, William Henry Peter ... 1385 Chappie, AVilliam Allan 1017 Hislop, Thomas William 1357 Luke, Charles Mauley 1100 Tustin, William George 159 Dated this 29th day of November, 1902. H..M. LYON, Returning Officer. DECLARATION OF LICENSING POLL IN TnE DISTRICT. LICENSING DISTRICT OF NEWTOWN F' pursuance of "The Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Act Amendment Act, 1895, 1 hereby give public notice of the result of the Local Option Poll taken under the provisions of the &aid Act : NUMBER OF VOTES RECORDED. That the number of licenses existing in the district continue 1873 That the number of licenses existing in tho district be reduced ... 2776 That no licenses be granted in the district H . 3007 The total- number of voters whose votes were recorded at the poll was 4982, aud as the number of votes recorded in favour of the proposal Uiat no licenses be granted in the district is not loss than three-fifths of^ the total number of voters as aforesaid, 1 .loreby declare such proposal to be carried. Dated this 29th day of November, 1902 H. M. LYON, RoLurning Officer. TN pursuance of "The Electoral Act, ■*- 1902," I hereby give public notice that al tho Election hold on the 25th day of November, 1902, for tho purpose of electing ono person to servo as a Member of the House of Representatives the total number of votes recorded at the several .polling-places in the Electoral District of, Hutt for each candidate were: — Wilford, Thomas Mason 2115 Pirani, Frederick 1674 Collier, Joseph Henry 90 I hereby declare Thomai Mason Wilford duly elected a member of the Houso of Representatives. Dated at Pelone this 29th November, 1902. B. MOTHES, Returning Officer, Electoral District of Hutt. DECLARATION OF LICENSING POLL AT THK LICENSING DISTRICT OF HUTT. F pursuance of "The Alcoholic Liquor Salo Control Act Amendment, 1895," and the amendments thereto I hereby give public notice of tho result of the Local Option Poll taken under the provisions of the said Act on the 25th day of November, 1902:— S NUMBER OF VOTES RECORDED. That the number of licenses existing in the district continue ... ... 1674 That the number of- licenses existing in the district be reduced ... 1585 That no licenses be- granted in the district 1920 The total number of voters whose votes *were recorded was 3925, and as nono of the proposals respecting licenses in the district obtained the pi escribed majority I declare nono o£ them lo bo carried. Dated at Petono this 29th day of November, 1902. R MOTHES, Returning Officer, Electoral District Hutt. PETONE AGENCY. VICTORIA INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED). OWTNG lo the death of our latn Agent (Mr Jamns Gnynor), tho Acsncv of llw A'ICTOUIA INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED) nill in futmo be carried on by MR. WILLTAM KING, AVood and Coal Merchant, Jcfikson-street, Petono LEVIN AND CO. (LIMITED), ' District Agents, Wellington,
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