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| GOVERNMENT NOTICES BRITISH MANUFACTURERS Who require REPRESENTATIVES IN NEW ZEALAND. HIS MAJESTY'S TRADE 'COMMISSIONER has Inquiries for AGENTS to represent the following Lines: ENGINEERING. Machinery Accessories; Laundry Machinery; Separators; Oil Engines; Metal Melting and Hardening Appliances; Bolts and Nuts; Springs. Coach and Saddlers’ Ironmongery and Biass; Rubber Goods; and other. TEXTILE.—Corsets; Fancy Linens and Handkerchiefs; Woollens. Worsteds, and Fine Cottons; Woollen Piece Goods and Clothing; Lace Curtains; Veilings; and other. BUILDERS' GOODS.—Asbestos Slates; Paints; Builders’ Ironmongery; Encaustic Tiles; Floor and Roof Tiles; White Glazed Stoneware Bricks; Baths and Sinks. Fences and Gates; and other. GENERAL. Basic Slag: Confectionery; Drawing and Survey Instruments; Aseptic Dressings; Whips; Office Furniture; Fancy Leather Goods: Oil Cake aim Fertilisers; Tobacco Dips; and other. MERCHANTS and COMMISSION AGENTS interested please apply promptly to W. G. WICKHAM, II AT. Trade Commissioner, Wellington. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. CHRISTCHURCH SHOW AND RACES, 7th to 14lit NOVEMBER. EXCURSION FARES. Holiday excursion tickets will be issued as under: — From all Stations south of CLINTON to CHRISTCHURCH, 4th io 12th November. From CLINTON and Stations north of CLINTON to CHRISTCHURCH, sth to 13th November. Available for Return up to and including SATURDAY, 28th November, 1914. On SATURDAY, 14 Ch November, SPECIAL TRAIN will leave CHRISTCHURCH for DUNEDIN at. 8.0 p.m.. arriving OAMARU 1.55 n.nt, and DUNEDIN 6.0 :>.in. on Sunday. Will Stop where required south of Oamaru to allow passengers to alight. By Order. Mines Department, Wellington, 2nd October, 1914. EXAMINATION FOR MINK MANAGERS’ AND BATTERY SUPERINTENDENTS’ CERTIFICATES. IJIXAMI NATIONS of Candidates for CortiU ficates as First C lass and Second Glass i Mine Managers and Battery Superintendents 1 tinder the Alining Act, 1908, and First and Second Class Mine Managers under the Coal : Alines Act, 1903, will ho held on TUESDAY, | 15th December, 1914, and following flays, at Thames, Waihi. Reefton, and Dunedin. ) All applications, with necessary certificates I and fee of £1 by post office order, should be ■ addressed to "The Secretary, Board of Ex- ‘ ! aminers under the Alining .Act (or Coal Mines j Aeth Wellington,” and must Vie received on |or before 21-.t NOVEMBER, 1914. ! Forms of application and certificates of ' service mar be obtained at any School of Minos, and from Inspectors of Alines. 11. E. RADCLTFFE, Secretary to Board of Examiners. Note, —No Candidate will be permitted to present him self for examination unless he j holds an authority from the. Secretary. t ing that his certificates of service, have been accepted by the Board. Alines Department, Wellington, 2nd October, 1914. I EXAMINATION FOR DREDGE MASTERS' j CERTIFICATES. 4 N Examination of Candidates for Cenificatcs its Dredge Masters under the. Alining Act, 1908, win be held on TUESDAY, 15th December. 1914, at Greyrnouth and Clyde. All applications, with necessary certificates ami fee of £1 by post office order, should be, addressed to "The 'secretary. Board of Examiners under the Alining Act, Wellington,” and must ha received on or before tho 21st NOVEMBER, 1914. Founs of application may be obtained from Inspectors of Alines, We-tport. Rccfton, and Dunedin. U. E. RADCLTFFE. Socrotaty to Board of Examiners. Note.--No Candidate will be permitted to present himself for examination unless ho holds an authority from the Secretary, Mating that his certificates of service ha\c been accepted by the Board. ( of Public Service Cotmni'-dcmv, Wellington, 22ml Otiobcr, 1914. 4 PPLICATTONS will bo received by the j tbo Permanent Head of the Public Works l Department, Wellington. S,'Canos, £ll9, £l3O, and £l6O respectively ; maximum in each ca-e, £2O higher; annua! increments. £10; General Division. A. J. H. BENGE, Secretary. ( TK ANAU-AIILFORD SOUND TRACK. | SEASON 1914-15. j 1 1T IS HEREBY NOTIFIED for Public -*• Information that tho Government! Steamer on Lake To Anau will make its FIRST TRIP for the ahovementioned season on flic 50th NOVEMBER, and Glade House and the Huts on the Te Anau-Atilford Sound Track will ho Reopened for Tourists from tho same date. By Order. G. R. COPIES of the JIAIN ROLL may be INSPECTED at the undermentioned places, where also may be oblaincd CLAIMS FOR ENROLMENT and Envelopes /postage free',, addressed to the. Registrar of Electors; Genera.) Post Office, Dunedin. Dost Office, Post Office, Green Bland. Mr Donald Henderson’s Store, 47 Elgin road, Mornington. Mrs Berwick’s Store, 42 Alain South road, Cavcrsham. Mr Robert, APOrackcn's Store, 118 Alain South road, Cnvrsham. Mr Alexander Lcekio’s Store, 19 King Edward street, Kensington. K. ALAXWELL, Registrar Electors, Dunciiin Central. G. R. DUN EDI X NORTH ELECTORAT E. COPIES of the AIAIN ROLL may bo INSPECTED at tiie undermentioned p.accs, where also may be obtained CLAIMS FOR ENRODAIENT and Envelopes (postage free', addressed to the Registrar of Electors: Poet Office, Dunedin North. Po-t Office, N.E. Valley. Post Office, Alaori Hill. Police Station, Dunedin North. (’dice Station, North-east Valley. Police Statiou, AVoodhaugh. Clark’s Store, Woodhaugh. Telephone Bureau, Opoiidt, Upper Junction. Schoolhouso, Pine Hill. Schoolhouse, Leith Valley. DAVID LARNACH, Registrar. 3 Liverpool street. w MONEY. E HAVE A SUM OP £2,750 TO LEND On FIRST-CLASS FREEHOLD SECURITY. JOHN REID AND SONS, LTD., Liverpool street, Dunedin. WASTE PAPER. WASTE PAPER FOE SALE, In Lots to Suit Purchasers. Apply ‘STAR’ OFFICE.

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