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Spectacular Ballets, including Cowgirls, Golfing, Maytime, Snow Scenes, etc. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, a dance play which is one of the features of the Show. CONCERT CHAMBER, TOWN HALL, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Bos Plan D.I.C. Titahi Bay ! TlTiif BAY CABARET, -i-ITAHI - BAY CABARET. Titahi Bay Titahi Bay THE RHYTHM GIRLS . Titahi Bay BAND Titahi Bay , , . Titahi Bay is now under the leadership Titahi Bay of ' Titahi Bay Titahi Bay MISS MAVIS HODGSON. '. Titahi Bay Titahi Bay " . Titahi Bay TITAHI BAY CABARET. Titahi Bay TITAHI BAY CABARET. Titahi Bay Titahi Bay Titahi Bay TONIGHT. TONIGHT. " Titahi Bay Titahi Bay Titahi Bay This is a Titahi Bay ' . Titahi Bay SURPRISE NIGHT. Titahi Ba>' SURPRISE NIGHT. Titahi Bay Titahi Bay Better than ever to dance to, Titahi Bay Titahi Bay THE RHYTHM GIRLS, Titahi Bay Titahi Bay Don't Forget Our Big Night, Titahi Bay Titahi Bay LABOUR NIGHT! Titahi Bay LABOUR NIGHT! Titahi Bay TONIGHT! TONIGHT! TONIGHT! N.Z. FRONTIERSMEN (Inc.). DANCE. : DANCE. OLD-TIME OLD-TIME Our Motto—"Sociability." Good Orchestra, Supper, Monte Carlos. Subs. Is 6d. M.C., Lieut. F. Driscole.. MIDNIGHT DANCE, Theatre Royal, PLIMMERTON, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23. Subs. Is. PUBLIC NOTICES. Notice of Intention'to take Land in the City of Wellington for the. Purposes of Public Buildings of the General Government. NOTICE is hereby given that it is pro- ■*-* posed under the provisions of the Public Works Act, 1928, to take the land described in the Schedule hereto for the purposes of public buildings of the Genera! Government: And notice is hereby further given that the plans of the land so required to be taken are deposited in the Head Office of the Public Works Department at Wellington, and are there open for inspection; and that all persons , affected by the taking of the said land should, if they have any well-grounded objections to the taking of such land, set forth' the same in writing, and send such writing, within forty days of the first publication of this notice, to the Minister of Public Works at Wellington. SCHEDULE. Approximate Areas of the Pieces of Land required to be taken. ' A. R. P. 0 0 26.2—Being Part Section 540.. Town of Wellington, situated in City of Wellington, shown on plan P.W.D. 100974. Coloured on Plan, edged red. 0 0 15.7—Being Part Section 540, Town of Wellington, situated in City of Wellington, shown on Plan, P.W.D. 100975. Coloured on Plan, edged green. All in the Wellington Land District; as the same are more particularly delineated on the plans deposited in the office of the Minister of Public Works at Wellington. As witness my hand at Wellington, this 12th day of October, 1938. R. SEMPLE, Minister of Public Works._ DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF OTAKI. T HAROLD JAMES JEENDERSON, ■*-* Returning Officer for the Electoral District of OTAKI, do hereby declare the result of the poll taken on the 15th day of October, 1938, for the election of a Member of Parliament for the said district to be as follows:—* LOWRY 5926 MONK 4559 Total number of valid votes polled 10,485 Number of votes rejected as informal , 36 , I therefore declare the eaid LEONARD GEORGE LOWRY to be elected. Dated at Otakd this 21st day of October, 1938. HAROLD JAMES HENDERSON, Returning Officer. WELLINGTON HOSPITAL. OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT. THE Outpatient Department will be CLOSED on MONDAY, OCTOBER . 24, 1938 (Labour Day). , Urgent cases will be treated at the i Casualty Department. J. B. I. COOK, Secretary. PECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WELLINGTON EAST. J FRANCIS BERNARD DWYER, Re- -*■» turning Officer for the Electoral District of WELLINGTON EAST, do hereby declare the result of the poll taken on the 15th day of October, 1938, for the election of a Member of Parliament for the eaid district to be as follows: — Votes Candidates. polled. BARKER, William Long 4882 SEMPLE, Robert .. * 9618 Total number of valid votes polled 14,500 ■ Number of votes rejected as informal 51 . I therefore declare the said ROBERT SEMPLE to be elected. Dated at Wellington this 21st day of I October, 1938. F. B. DWYER, Returning Officer. HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDY. THERE are VACANCIES in the Home for Men and Women. Nominations will be received by the undersigned at lOp Customhouse tjuay up till NOON on I<Rl- ' DAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1938 **- L. JbDD, Secretary,...
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