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AMUSEMENTS. J£APONGA pICTUKE!S. TO-MORROW—SATURDAY. DOROTHY PHILLIPS In a Story of snow-swept places and storm-swept hearts. "SLANDER THE WOMAN" "SLANDER THE WOMAN" The sharp tongues of slander drove this woman into exile in the frozen north; a woman's courage brought her back. Which is the greater—Woman's Hate or Woman's Vengeance? THIS PICTURE ANSWERS YOU Also REGINALD DENNY in "THE LEATHER PUSHERS." PUBLIC NOTICES. NORMANBY TOWN BOARD. CATTLE REGISTRATION. , QATTLE Registration for the ensuing year has been fixed at £1 per head and must be paid on or before 10th November, 1924. All unregistered after this date will be impounded without further notice. All chains and tags must be returned before new ones are issued. DON STEWART, Town Clerk. IN BANKRUPTCY. "^OTICE is hereby given that X 1 GEORGE WILLIAM HAYWARD, of Auroa (late of Eltham), labourer, was this day adjudged bankrupt, and I hereby summon a meeting of creditors to be holden at my office, 10 Regent Street, Hawera, on THURSDAY, the 13th day of November, 1924, at 2 o'clock. ROBERT S. SAGE, Deputy Official Assignee. November sth, 1924. NOTICE. IyHE two new boats buiit by the Natives will Tie leaving Auroa Road for Tawhitinui Beach on TUESDAY, 11th November, 1924, at 8 a.m. WAKAHEKE. FEILDING JOCKEY CLUB. SPRING MEETING. NOVEMBER 30 & DECEMBER 1. DOMINATIONS for ALL Events at above 'race meeting (except 19th Feilcling Stakes) will be received up till 8.30 p.m. on FRIDAY, November 7th. E. GOODBEHERE, Secretary. Box 45, Feilding. CHURCH SERVICES. pHURCH OF ENGLAND, MANAIA PARISH. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9. Manaia, 11 a.m. (H.C.), 7.30 p.m. (Evensong). Okaiawa, 2 p.m. (Evensong). Otakeho, 7.30 p.m. (Evensong). AGRICULTURAL SHOWS.

KEEP IN MIND ! THE CjTRATFORD gHOW. NOVEMBER 26 & 27. NOVEMBER 26 & 27. DON »T FORGET ! i GENERAL ENTRIES CLOSENOVEMBER 15. EXHIBITING PAYS ! i Show your Horses, Stock, Home { Industries, Works of Art and Photography. Special Classes for School Children. Full Particulars and Schedules obtainable from the Secretary. PEOPLE'S DAY. NORTH ISLAND BUCKJUMPING CHAMPIONSHIP. (Owners of BuekjumpeTs are requested to communicate with the Secretary.) A. J. BARK, Secretary. P.O. Box 59, Stratford; 'Phone 182. BUSINESS NOTICES. NEW AND MODERN IN EVERT PARTICULAR. PC-ROOMED HOUSE with sleeping porch, hot and cold water, porcelain bath and basin, electric light, wash-house, copper and tubs; about i-acre land. A lovely home with good view of Mt. Egmont and the surrounding country. £75 Cash will secure this property. The total price is only £1075. Where can you buy at a cheaper rate ? BARGAINS ! BARGAINS 1 6 ACRES and Modern Dwelling close to town; hot and cold water connections, drainage,. electric light. A Snip at £1600, with £100 Cash. The cheapest offering. £30 CASH secures C-roomed house with all conveniences, motor garage, sleeping porch, concrete paths. Price £1150; easy terms. D6n't miss this. 289 ACRES leasehold, convenient to Hawera; 5-roomed house, cowshed; capacity 20 cows, 200 sheep; close to factory and school. From 3/5 years at 12/G per acre. 340 * ACRES Lease, 5-roomed house, cowshed. From 3/5 years at 47/6 per acre. Q.RAVES & QO., LAND AGENTS, HAWERA. BUSINESS NOTICE. J^ KINETON, PARKES & CO. "beg to announce "Business as Usual" during extension of premises. gPECIAL Price at the Melbourne Ltd.—Ladies' crepe kimonos. 9/6 each; cambric Princess underskirts, 12/6 each.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XLVIII, Issue 0, 7 November 1924

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