GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND (RAILWAYS. CATLINS RIVER BRANCH EXTENSION TO TAHAKOPA, ' \ S the Extension from Houipapa to Tahakopa has not boen taken over by thj Working Railways, tho Trains Advertised to run on tho Cafclins River Extension on THURSDAY and SATURDAY, 24th and 26th December, will NO]? run. The 11.25 a.m. Train from Balclutha on the abqvo dates will tun to 'Houipapa. only, returning from Houipapa at 2.13* p.m. Train Services on tho Extension will be arranged by the Public "Works Department, as heretofore. On FRIDAY, 25th .December, the 10.40 a.m. Train from Balclutha will run to Houipapa, returning leaving Houipapa at 2.13 I p.m. By Order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. i ADMISSION TO FUBLIC TO DUNEDIX It AIL WAY PLATFORM. [jIXOEPI' to persons arriving or leaving I by train or persons holding adt tickets, the Duncdin Railway station Platform will be CLOSED on 24th DECEMBER during the following times:— i 10.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. 3.15 p.m. to 7.15 p.m. 8.15 p.in. until 15 minutes after the arrival of Down Mail Train due at 9.0 „ p.m. Admission Tickets (2d) may be obtained at, Ticket Box outside Station. The Station Master may limit the number of admission tickets to be issued. By Order. NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS'. Head Office, Wellington. 18th Decern bor, 1914. WRITTEN TENDERS will bo received at M this Office until noon of the 25th JANUARY. 1915, for the MANUFACTURE awl DELIVERY of STEEL PLATE GIRDERS for the North Tsland Railways, also for the MANUFACTURE and DELIVERY of STEEL PLATE GIRDERS for the South Island Railways. Tenders to be marked outside "Tenders for Steel Plate Girders for North' Island Railways*' or "Tenders for Steel Plate Girders for South Island Railways." and to bo addressed to tho General Manager, New Zealand Government Railways, Wellington. For further particular* apply to the Chief Engineer's Office, Radways Department, Wellington, or to the District Railway Engineer's Office at Auckland, Wanganui, Christ church, Dunedin. or Grey mouth.' The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. .£. 11. HILEY, General Manager. Office of the Public Service Commissioner, Wellington. 14th December, 1914. A PPLICATIOXS will bo received by the Jt\. undesigned up till noon on the 71 hj JANUARY for the Position of INSPECTOR OF EXPLOSIVES, Dominion Laboratory. Further particulars may be seen in the 'New Zealand Gazette' of the 17th December, 1914, or may be obtained from the Under-Secretary, Department of Internal Affairs, Wellington. The appointment will bo subject to tho provisions of the Public Service Act, 1912. Salary £IBO per annum, maximum £220, General Division. P. YERSCTLVFFELT, Acting' Secrelary. Department of Justice, Wellington, 13th December, 1914. WARDERS FOR PRISON SERVICE. }Y Direction of the Public Service Com- * missionor, APPLICATIONS are, invited from UNMARRIED MEN for APPOINTMENT «s PROBATIONARY WARDERS in the Prison Sorvice. Further particulars regarding conditions of employment, salary, etc., and forms of application for appointment may be obtained from the Gaolers of the Prisons, or from (he Department of justice, Wellington. Applications must be addressed to the Under-Secretary for Justice, Wellington. , C. B. JORDAN. Unddr-Seeretary for Justice. Department of Justice, Wellington. 18th December, 1914. ASSISTANT MATRON', PRISON SERVICE. BY Direction of the Public Service Commissioner. APPLICATIONS are invited for the POSITION of ASSISTANT MATRON in the Prison Service. Further particulars regarding conditions of employment, salary, etc.. and forms of application for appointment may bo obtained from the Gaoler's of the Prisons, or from the Department of justice, "Wellington. Applications must be addressed to tho Under-Secretary for Justice, Wellington. C. B. JORDAN. • Under-Secretary for Justice. MEETINGS. OTAGO HIGHLAND CLUB. THE MONTHLY MEETING of the Otago Highland Club will be held in tho Victoria Hall on WEDNESDAY, December 23rd, at 8 p.m. A full attendance of Members and Friends recnioslcd, JAS. GRAY, Hon, Sec. ELECTION NOTICES. TO THE ELECTORS OF CHALMTRS. ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—I desire 1 to Thank the Liberal and the Labor Electors of Chalmers for the hearty and spontaneous Support and Hospitality accorded me during my too brief campaign in Chalmers; and to the Ladies and Gentlemen who formed tho various Committees 1 am especially indebted for their assiduous efforts on my behalf, and in support of the humanitarian legislation and honest administration that are characteristic of the Liberal and Labor Alliajice in this Dominion. Wishing you all tho complement* of the season, I remain, yours truly, "W. D, MASON. Middleman*, 21/12A91+. CHALMERS ELECTORATE. - DESIRE to tender my siucero THANKS * to the Electors of Chalmers for the honor they have done me in ELECTING mo as their REPRESENTATIVE IN PARLIAMENT. I specially wish to express my gratitude io the various Committee* that worked so untiringly throughout the campaign, and assisted to a great ex'-.iit in placing me at tho Head of the. Poll. During my term of office I will do nil in my power to further the interests of your Constituency and the progress of tho Dominion as a. whole.
LOST AND FOUND. ' OST, Leather Handbag, in Stafford street, between Melville street utid Post Office, containing notes, silver, and tram tickets. Reward returning 75 Melville street. LOST, old methods and high prices, supplemented by modern methods and bedrock prices. Jus. "Wright, Ca.rgill road. 'OULD Person -who Took Parcel from ■» » Sligo's, bookseller's, this morning please Return and save further trouble. W.OUM) Person (known) who goti Parcel from Macadam's Tea. Rooms Saturday night by mistake please .Return save trouble. TRAY.ED from 79 Stafford street, Collie Sheep Dog. Finder rewarded. FOUND, finest Christmas Lamb: lores from 4s 6d, hinds from 5s 6d. Ja». Wright, Cargill road. 1710UXD.— Safety Razors—Auto-strop. Gil- . lette, etc.; extra blades and strops. At Beard's, Pl.iza, George street. FOUND— Shepherd, Tho Outfitter, corner George and Hanover streets, Open until 9 o'clock .to-night. TilOUND.—Shepherd, Tho Outfitter, corncr JP George- and Hanover streets. Open until 9 o'clock to-night. 10U.ND.—Xnias Poultry' Order at once . Stewart's. Turkeys. Roasting and Boiling Fowls, Goslings, Ducks. N order to have the 'Star* out in good ;. lime, it hj found impossible to classify Advertisements tha*, coma in after noon. After this hour they cannot be classified. We would therefore "request Advertisers to kindly bear this in rnina, and «nd in their Orders Early,
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