Advertisements Next door to Carthew's, Manchester Street. THE Wonderful Model of the Celebrated CLOCK of STRASBURG. Procession of the Apostles every fifteen minutes. Open from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. Admission : Is ; Children 6d. Every visitor receives a Gift. LOYAL MANCHESTER LODGE, L0.0.F., M.U. 4^ rTIHE usual a*& a JL Fortnightly A. W. PARKER, Secretary RAND NEGRO ENTERTAINMENT AND VARD3TY CONCERT, To be concluded with a Laughable Farce. In Cbeltenbam Hall ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27th. In aid of Cheltenham Cricket Club. Admission, 2s and Is. DANCE to follow. ••THE EVILS OF PROHIBITION." MR J. B. ROOTS will give an Address on "The Evils of Prohibition " at Stanway School on Monday, 30th inst., at 8 p.m. SPUR ROAD SCHOOL. "VCR FRED. PIRANI will address the Electors, as above, on MONDAY, November 30, at 8 p.m. RANGITIKEI ELECTION. IN pursuance of "The Electoral Act. 1893," I, Thomas Watson, Eeturning Officer for the Electoral District of Rangitikei, do hereby give notice that — BAILEY, Walter Ambrose Lucas AND LETHBRIDGE, Frank Yates, have been duly Nominated as Candidates for election for the said Electoral District ; and a POLL will therefore be taken at the several Polling Places, specified. elsewhere, on FRIDAY, December 4th, 1896, in accordance with the above-quoted Act. THOMAS WATSON, Returning Officer. Feilding, November 26th, 1896. RANGITIKEI ELECTION. MR LETHBRIDGE will Address the Electors as follows : — Mangaweka— Wednesday, 25th Nov. Taihape — Thursday, 26th Nov. Utiku (Raikoura)— Friday, 27th Nov. Mowhanga— Saturday, 28th Nov. Cheltenham— Monday, 30th Nov. Waituna — Tuesday, Ist Dec. Vote for Lethbridge. ""rangitikei election. WALTER A L. BAILEY will Address the Electors of Rangitikei as follows : — Stanway — Wednesday, 25th Waituna— Thursday, 26th Colyton— Friday, 27th Nikau— Saturday, 28th Pohangina — Monday, 30tb At 8 o'clock p.m. RANGITIKEI ELECTORATE. Ladies and Gentlemen, — In re sponse to the request of many oi my friends in the Electorate, I an nounce myself as a Candidate for youi suffrages at the forthcoming Election I stand in the Liberal interest, anc will take au early opportunity of plac ing my political views before you. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours Obedient Servant, WALTER A. L. BAILEY AMES TRE WIN'S BOOT DEPOI is full from floor to ceiling with thi very best Boots and Shoes from America Switzerland, Germany, and Edwar< Bostock's, Eugland ; about six tons o Boots and Shoes just opened op.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Feilding Star, Volume XVIII, Issue 126, 26 November 1896
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