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T>Jbl MUV ALi N U X 1 U &. WM. WHITESIDE begs to announce tothe public of Greymouth. and Country districts that he will occupy those large premises in Mawhera Quay, lately oecu* pied by Mrs Frieker, on and after October Ist. WM. WHITESIDE, '* Alexandria" Restaurant. WANGANUI HARBOR BOARD. TTCNDE RS required for Timber dredge pontoons to be built at Wanganui. Specifications and plans niav be inspected at the Harbor Board Office, Vireyniouth, Harbor Board Office, Wanganui, and at the Engineer's office, Dunedin. Tenders addressed <x> the Secretary of the Board, Wanganui, will be received until MONDAY, 23rd October, 1904. A deposit of LSO to accompany each tender. The lowest or any .tender not necessarily accepted. EDWARD ROBERTS, Consulting Engineer, Dunedin. GREY COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTION. THE COBDEN RIDING. I MICHAEL PHILLIPS, Returning Officer for the Riding of Cobden, County of Grey, hereby give Public Notice, under the provisions of section 15 of " The Regulation of ' Local Electons Act 1876" that I have this day received a notice in writing from Joseph Taylor, a duly nominated candidate to the office of Councillor of the County Council of Grey, for tha Riding of Cobden, stating that he, the said Joseph Taylor had retired, and in pursuance of the provisions of the said Act hereby declare that JOHN J RYALL, the remaining candidate is duly elected to the office of Councillor for tho said Riding of Cobden. Dated at Grevmonth. this 3rd day of October 1904. MICHAEL PHILLIPS, Returning Officer. WAjNIJj. v OWN.— lhat AW. Yarrall is selling SPRING CART, Harness, Solid Nick-1 Monnts (bis own make) at L 7 10a, nil complete. Buggy Harness Lib', Good Hoask nseued Saddles well stuffad, 37s 6J, Leggings (own make 6s 6d, Trotting bo ts and toe weights Garden Gluves, Men's Strong Braces Horse Covers and embrocation, at A, W Tarrall's. saddler, Taiuni street THE C. S. S. (Children's Supply Stores.) MACKAY feTREET, GREYMOUTH. i (Next R»i way Station. ' MISS FOORD begs u» intimate that slic will open her splendidly assorted stock of ladies' and children's clothes on Monday, 20th inst, and hopes that by giving the strictest attention to the wants of her customers to be given a fair share ef patronage. Orders will be taken for children's clothing in all its branches ; also ladies' blouses and underlcothes. Agent for the Pauline Paper patterns, and direct importer of the real hand made pillow lace from the natives in Ceylon. A trial solicited. WANTED.— To sell light Gig, 3 springs, well finshed ; also 8 gig harness. Terms can be arranged i desired. Harley & Co, Auctioneers. iITY BUTCHERY TAINUI STREET, GREYMOUTH. I TAKE this opportunity of informing the General Public that I have just erected (nc::t to the Drill Shed) an Up-to-Date BUTCHER'S SHOP, where I hope to receive a fair share of support. It is my intention to keep only the very best of Mutton and Beef. SMALL GOODS always on hand. Orders waited ou daily. A trial solicited. Wi P. SULLIVAN. T^T O T I C E BROWN LEGHORNS, first and special prize winners, young stock, and EGGS for sale. Good laying strain. Prices on application to — THOS. R, SMITHERS, Maori Gully, Arnold. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TRE A^ Y. MARK SPROT&CO., favored with instructions from the Trustees of the late W. P. Colishaw, have for private sale Part Sections 1258/61 and 1416. Block IV, 20 acres 3 roods 28 perches, Marsden. Part Sec^on 1135, Bock IV, 20 acres l'rood. Marsden. MARK SPROT & CO, Auctioneers. Prod i • ) MARK &PROT & CO. arc now land* ing-Ex-Koonya and Kittawa, 1000 BALFSPRESSEDCLOVER » \ SACKS SHORT FEED OATS ■') J (B grade) QAp SACKS DANISH OATS. QA A SACKS PRIMP O. S. CHAFF OV\! (extra quality MARK SPROT & CO. TTfCONOM V IN THE HOUSEHOLD Vj The Thrifty Housewife orders A Mixture of Tyneside Screened Coal otate UnscreenedCoai liie bright, quickly burning lignite coal from the State Mine mixed with an equal quantity of Tyneside Screene Coal mikes a beautiful cheap and lastin fire. Mark frprot and Co., Telephone 120 T^TANTED,— To sell L6O worth of Fur • ' niture, practically new, comprising Bedsteads, Bedding, Croskery, Cutlery, Handsome Sideboard and Duchess chest, pud everything to furnish an up*to«date house. Terms, L2O deposit and balance payable by monthly instalments c": T. 3 per month. Call before this bargain is snapped up h. c, harley; & co, QPERA HOUSE GREYMOU H WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY. October 12th & 13th. The Greymouth Amateurs will produc Gilbert & Sullivan's Grand Opera — "The Yeomen of the Guard' (By arrangement with J. C. Williamson —CHORUS OE 60 VOICES— With Full Orchestra. Proceeds for the benefit of the local ospital. Popular Prices : 3/- 2/-, 1/-. Box Plan at Perkins's WANTED BUYERS.-50 Dozen Table and Dessert Knives by belt maker (C. Johnston) to clear prices, Table Knives 20s per dozen ; DesseH Knives 15s per dozen. H. C. HARLEY & (XV Universal Providers JJ O T I O E THE Master or agent of the barquentine River Boyne will not be responsible for any debts contracted by the crew without the master's written authority. H.j; WICKES. Agen*. E. ELBE, vi aster. FRBSH EGGS. -H. C. Harley and C. are the largest dealers in Fresh Eggs on the Coast, They get regular supplies from .Nelson weekly. Special quotations for large dealers hotelkeepers, bo j?UnghoseUeepers. The eggs are ai.s.iliiiely i.-sM.ixble. Ping np >so *! nnd ti'j a case , i arL-.v and >'o can supply ' from ore to two hundred dozen ; also j Green's prime Bacon and Hams at lowest current rates

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Grey River Argus, 4 October 1904

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