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SHIPPING NOTICES. UNION STEAM SHIP CO. OF 1 NEW ZEALAND, LTD. 38 CUSTOMHOUSE QY. Passenger and Cargo Services to Lyttelton, Picton, South Sea Islands, Australia. Particulars on application. WELLINGTON-LYTTELTON SERVICE. CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAB SEASON. Booking now open for sailings up to January 31. ' TO PICTON (circumstances permitting.; Tamahine, Mon., Wed., and FrL, 2 p.m. Special time-table at Christmas and Ken Year time. Bookings now open. Frequent cargo sailings to New Zealand fCoastal Ports. Particulars >n application, i' Booking Agents for s— UNION AIRWAYS OF N.Z. COOK STRAIT AIRWAYS TASMAN EMPIRE AIRWAYS And all other Principal Air Lines. [the new Zealand shipping company, limited. PASSENGER SERVICE TO THB UNITED KINGDOM. KANGITIKL , RANGITATA. (17,000-ton Motor Vessels. First Class, Tourist <■'.. Class, and Tourist B Class. RIMUTAKA, 16.600 tons. * Tourist Class Service (all one class.) / ITot information, apply to _ THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY. ? LIMITED. SHAW SAVILL LINES. TO ENGLAND. TO SOUTB AFRICA. The Lines* Passenger Service provide* for .'First Class, Cabin Class, and Tourist Class iPassengers, but each vessel carries only one 'of these classes. & SHAW SAVILL AND ALBION CO., VXD. (Inc. In England), WELLINGTON. Agents Throughout New Zealand. {A NCHOR SHIPPING CO., LTD. LCX FOR NELSON— ARAHURA. Mon., Wed.. Fri., 7.30 p.m. JMATANGI, Tues., Thurs., Sat., 7.30 p.m. Receives General Cargo Dally till _ p.m., V except Saturday, 11 84a. i Further particulars from - T. & W. tfOUNG, LTD., Agents, 77-85 Customhouse Qy. [-* Tels. 41-980 and 41-984. ■h- ■' •" - , '■■ —~=rEDUCATIONAL. V HARLE'S TRAINING IN ACCOUNTANCY 1 "'■ IS "REAL" TRAINING—PRACTICAL PERSONAL AND EFFICIENT. THE College Is again under the personal supervision of Mr; Harle, who has been release, from duty with the Air Force. The Individual work of every student again receives the personal attention of Mr. Harle. < Write for Prospectus, ■' / HARLE'S COLLEGE OF ACCOUNTANCY, Ltd., Colonial Mutual Life Buildings, P.O. Box 859. WeUlngton. SILBY'S EVENING COMMERCIAL CLASSES ARE held on Monday to Thursday between 5 p.m. and 6.15 p.m.; also on Monday, Fuesday. and Thursday, between 7 p.m. and ) p.m. Students may enrol for 1 or more .ours weekly. INDIVIDUAL TUITION. Shorthand, Typewriting, and Bookkeeping. For free prospectuses apply to GILBY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 82 Blair St. (Behind Courtenay PL Tram Shelter}* Wellington, C 3. TeL 51-987. ...'*■ ' ' ' i I GUN PRACTICE. ! JUDGEFORD—LIZARD HILL. ; FIELD Artillery Practice will be held in the above area on December 9 and 10, {between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m., weather permitting. . ; PUBLIC NOTICES. kWORRISON AND GILBERD, LIMITED, riuIORRISON AND GILBERD, LIMITED, '. Opticians, >7- 48 WILLIS ST., WELLINGTON, CI. f/■ Also at Queen St.. Masterton. ,M CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH SERVICE. I HEALTH BY CHIROPRACTIC. EV. DAVYS. "Evening Post" Chambers, • Wellington, and SI Qaeen'B Rd., Lower Hutt. Tels. Wo. 42-218: Res, Dial 898, as* , for 80 (no charge). \T AWSON AND LAWSON (Successors to Coi!JLr will and Colwlll), First Floor, National . ißank Chambers, Courtenay PL, Wellington. [TeL 52-869. __ , THE NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO* LTD.; V FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT. ESTABLISHED In New Zealand In 1859, now world wide with Head Offlce In Auck- : aland. Wellington Branch: 133-135 FEATHERSTON ST., Telephone 46-576. HAROLD CLAY. yJisi- Manager. . :T SKIN TREATMENT. : :• KLEXEMA :m_E MARVELLOUS TREATMENT for ftll MA Skin and Scalp Ailments. Mr ECZEMA, PSORIASIS, BABY ECZEMA* FALLING HAIR. KLEXEMA (N.Z.), LTD., Harcourt- Chambers;"-Panama.; St, -Ji Wellington (Opp. D.1.C.). TeL 42-882. 7 Palmerston North Address: .Waldeeravo BldgPROCERA BREAD PROCESS (N.Z.), LTD. "\JOTICE is hereby given that the Share . -JIH Registers of the above Company will be closed from December 7 to 15, 1943, both days inclusive. ' ' ■' P. E. PATTRICK, Secretary. ' A.M.P. Building, Wellington. J "~~ SALE OF RABBITSKINS. "^ I EMERGENCY REGULATIONS, 1942. THE Rabbitskins Committee wishes to announce that the existing subsidy on Milky Does and Small Skins will be cancelled from iand Including December 15, 1943. To qualify, skins must be received in brokers' Ystores in Dunedin before 5 p.m. on December 14, 1943. •■• R. C. BURGESS, Chairman, ' RABBITSKINS COMMITTEE, Dunedin, December 2, 1943. RACES AT WOODVILLE, DECEMBER 11, 1943. ON SATURDAY, December 11, special rail-car to Woodville Races leaves Wellington 7.0 a.m., Petone 7.14. Lower Hutt 7.18, Upper Hutt 7.43, Kaitoke .8.4, Featherston 8.55, Carterton 9.17, arriving Woodville 10.57 a.m. Return rail-car leaves Woodville 6.12 p.m., arriving AVellington 10.17 p.m. Outward rail-car stops at Petone, Lower Hutt, Trentham, and Upper Hutt. and all stations between Upper Hutt and Masterton to pick up passengers for Woodville only. Seats may be reserved now. - NEUROTIC TROUBLES TREATED by Psycho-Analytic Methods (Prof. Freud, Adler, etc.), lack of self-confi-dence, imaginary, aliments, shyness, domestic problems, depressive .states, uncontrolled fear, compulsory actions, quickly changing moods, stammering, sudden spasms. Institute for Individual Psychology, A.M.P.. Bldg., Custom* house Qy., Wellington. Tel. 42-326 (10 a.m.----1 p.m.). Hours by appointment. ■ . ' OCIETY FOR PROTECTION OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN, Bowen House, Room 3, First Floor. Offlce Hours: 12 to 1 and 2 to 4, or by appointment. Tel. 44-952. - ■■ *— CRUELTY TO ANIMALST^ "\7"OU are earnestly requested to report to ■7 Jl the S.P.C.A. any act of cruelty you may notice. Offlce: Huddart, Parker Buildings, Tel. 43-078. Lethal Chamber for humane destruction of cats and dogs available Mon. to Fri., at 8.30 a.m. to 9 a.m., and 4 to 4.30 p.m.: Sat., 8.30 to 9.30 a.m., at City Corporation Yard, Clyde Qy. AMENDED DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WELLINGTON EAST. I JACK RICCARTON DEAL, Returning Offl- ♦ cer for the Electoral District of Wellington East, do hereby declare the result of the Poll taken on the 25th day of September, 1943, for the Election of a Member of Parliament for the said district to be as follows:— Candidates. Votes Polled. Plus Civilian. Forces. Tl. Barrlngton, 'Archibald Charles I 244 8 252 Bishop, Walter George .... 867 169 1036 Jacobsen, Leonard Theodor 5220 581 5781 Russell, Edwin Carson ... 402 60 462 Semple, Robert 7288 1081 8369 Total number of valid votes polled 14,021 1879 15,000 Number of votes rejected as informal 101 24 1251 I therefore declare the said Robert Semple, to be elected. \ Dated at Wellington this 6th Day of December, 1943. J. B. DEAL, i __ Returning Officer. AMENDED DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WELLINGTON NORTH. I ALLAN LESLIE TRESIDDER, Returning 9 Officer for the Electoral District of Wellington North, do hereby declare the result of the Poll taken on the 25th day of September, 1943, for the Election of a Member of Parlia- "■ nient for the said district to be as follows:— Votes Polled. Forces. Candidates. Civilian, plus Ttl. Carman, Arthur Herbert .. 237 61 298 Chapman, Charles Henry . 6552 706 7848 Herring, Horace Edgar .. 849 167 , 1016 Hislop, Thomas Charles Atkinson ......... 4927 524 5451 Malcolm, Rugby Clarendon Edgar t 386 41 427 Total number of valid votes polled 12,951 1589 14,540 Number of votes rejected as informal ". 190 25 215 I therefore declare the said CHARLES HENRY CHAPMAN to be elected. DATED at Wellington this Oth day of December, 1943. A. L. TRESIDDER, Returning Officer. WHY WEAR SPECTACLES. SHORT Sight, Long Sight, Astigmatism, Squint can bo rectified. Consult Murle! Webber, Eye Drill Specialist, 155 Lambton Qy.. next Midland Hotel. Hours: 11.30-1.30, 3-15 Sfieccly, results.

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