GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Saturdays, and WILL LEAVE Milton at 7.0 p.m., Wartahuna 8.20 p.m., arriving Lawrence 8 SO p.m.. The 12.25 p.m. Ttain on Tuesdays, Lawrence to Big Hill, and the 1.15 p.m. Train on Tuesdays, Big Hilt to Lawrence, will NOT run. BEAUMONT EXTENSION.—Train will leave Lawrence for Beaumont daily at 12.10 n.m.. arriving Beaumont 1.0 p.m., returning leaving Beaumont at 1.55 p.m., arriving Lawrence 2.50 p.m., connecting with 3.15 p.m. Train for Milton. GATLINS RIVER BRANCH.—The present Time-table on the Gatlins River Branch will be cancelled. On Mondays and Fridays Train will leave Balclutha 5.30 a.m., Gatlins River arrive 7.7 a.m.. returning leaving Gatlins River 7.30 a.ra , Owaka 7.43 a.m., Romahapa 8.33 a.m., arriving Balclutha 9.0 a.m. Train will leave Balclutha daily 10.40 a.m, Romahapa 11.10 a.m., Owaka 12.10 p.m., arriving Gatlins River 12.20 p.m., returning leaving Gatlins River 2.28 p.m., Owaka 2.50 p.m., Romahapo 3.42 p.m., arriving Balclutha 4.10 p.m. On Wednesdays and Fridays Train will leave Balclutha for Gatlins River at 6.15 p.m., Romahapa 650 p.m., Owaka 7.52 p.m., arriving Gatlins River 8.5 p.m., returning leaving Gatlins River 8.30 p.m., Owaka 8.50 p.m., arriving Balclutha 10.25 p.iu. On Saturdays Train will leave Balclutha for Gatlins River at 8.5 p.m., Romahapa 8.40 pan., Owaka 9.37 p.m., arriving Gatlins River 9.50 p.m., returning leaving Gatlins River 10.15 p.m., Owaka 10.35 p.m., arriving Balclutha 12.10 a.m. Sundays. EXTENSION TO MACLENNAN AND TAHAKOPA. —On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays the 10.40 a.m. Train from Balclutha to Gatlins _ River will run through to Macleunan, leaving Gatlins River 12.22 p.m., Puketiro 1.30 p.m., arriving Macleunan 1.55 p.m. On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays Train will leave Macleunan 12.50 p.m., Puketiro 1.28 p.m., Gatlins River 2.28 p.m., arriving Balclutha 4.10 p.m. On Tuesdays and Thursdays Train will .leave Mhcleunan for Tahakopa at 11.20 a.m., returning leaving Tahakopa 12.15 p.m., connecting with the 12.50 p.m. Train for Balclutha. On Thursdays and Saturdays Train will leave Macleunan for Tahakopa at 2.5 p.m., after arrival of 10.40 a.m. Train from Balclutha. returning Tahakopa to Macleunan at 2.40 p.m. For further particulars see Poster Timetables exhibited at all Stations, or Official Pocket Time-table. By Order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. PALMERSTON A. AND P. SHOW, FRIDAY. 4th DECEMBER. T!HE ORDINARY TIME-TaBLE on the Dunback Branch will bo SUSPENDED. Trains will leave Palmerston for Dunback i at 9,0 a.m. and 5.45 p.m., returning leaving Dunback at 9.55 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. The Up Express Train leaving Dunedin at 11.14 a.m. will stop at Waikouaiti to pick up passengers for Palmerston. The Train usually leaving Palmerston for Dunedin and intermediate stations at 5.0 p.m. will not leave until 5.35 p.m, Waikouaiti 6.5 p.m., Seacliff 6.40 p.m, Waitatl 7.15 p.m., arriving Dunedin 8.40 p.m. Holiday Excursion Tickets to Palmerston will be issued at Dunedin, Oamaru. and intermediate stations on FRIDAY, 4th December, available for return up to and including THURSDAY, 10th December, 1914. By Order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. EXCURSIONS TO TAIERI MOUTH. Commencing on Tuesday, i*i, December, and cont'nuimr until FRIDAY, 30th April, 1915, THROUGH RETURNTICKETS to Taieri Mouth will be issued at Dunedin and Cavcrsham as under: Via Heidav—First Glass, ss; Second Class. 3s 9d. '. Via Titri—First Class. ss; Second Class, 3s 9d. •Available for Four Weeks from dale of issue. Through Tickets include Railway Fare to Henley or Titri and Boat Fares Henley or Titri to Taieri Mouth. Tickets via Henley are only available by •Mr M‘KeggV.Steamers. ■ Tickets via Titri aro only available by Mr J. Knarston’s Launches. The Railway Department is not responsible for the running of Steamers or Launches. By Order, NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. MII/TON SHOW, TUESDAY, Ist DECEMBER. Holiday excursion tickets to Milton will be_ issued at Dunedin, Clinton, and intermediate stations, also from stations between Lawrence and Milton, by morning trains on TUESDAY, Ist December, available for return up to and including Monday, 7th December, 1914. By Order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. GORE A. AND P. SHOW, Ist and 2nd DECEMBER. Holiday excursion ticket's to Goro will be issued as under: From Dunedin, Waiwara, and intermediate stations on 30th November and Ist December. From Clinton on Ist December. From Dunedin, Caver-sham, Mosgiel, Milton, Stirling, Balclutha, Waiwora, and Clinton on 2nd December by trains arriving Gore up to 12.36 p.m. Available for return until Tuesday, Bth December. By Order. 4SNSL *• BALCLUTHA TRAFFIC BRIDGE. THE ABOVE-'MENTIONED BRIDGE will BE CLOSED FOR TRAFFIC for a Week from NOVEMBER 23rd, 1914. Foot passengers desiring to cross will cross AT THEIR OWN RISK. J. McENNIS, District Engineer. Public Works Office, Dunedin, 23rd November, 1914. By Direction of the Public Service Commissioner. A PPLICATIONS are invited for ASSIST- -*■- ANT LAUNDRESS; wages commencing £65 per annum- Also. KITCHENMAID; wages commencing £55 per annum. Applications, with references, to be forwarded to the MATRON, Special School, Otokaike. | Office of the Public Sendee Commissioner, Wellington, 19th November, 1914. Applications win be received by th» undersigned up till noon on the 14th. DECEMBER for the POSITIONS (2) of POULTRY INSTRUCTOR. Department of Agriculture, Industries, and Commerce. Applications must-embrace a statement of education and experience, particulars of age, etc. Salary to commence, £IBO. Pull particulars may be seen in the 1 New Zealand Gazette ’ of the 19th November, 1914, or may be obtained from the Permanent Head* Department of Agriculture. A. J. H. BENGE, Secretary. Office of Public Service Commissioner, Wellington, 20th November, 1914. Applications win bo received by the undersigned up till noon on the 9th DECEMBER, 1914, for the Position of DIRECTOR OF FIELDS, Department of Agriculture, etc., from persona having a knowledge of agricultural science and experience' in experiments and research work appertaining thereto. The principal duties will' be in connection, with field crops and pastures. Copies of testimonials in triplicate must accompany applications. The appointment will be subject to the provisions of the Public Service Act, 1912. Salary, £6OO, rising to £750 by annual increments of £SO. Professional division. A. J. H. BENGE, Secretary. T>APER for Wrapping-up For Sole. Apply Jr ‘Star’ Office, Bond street. jptET Quotations from ‘ Evening Star 'AX. Office for large-or-small gnaniitiea of.
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