Genera) Notices. At INVERCARGILL on SATURDAY, the 6th day of January, 1900, at 12 o'clock Noon. Sale of Freehold Property in Waikaka District. By Order of the Registrar of the Supreme Court. mOTHILL, WATSON & CO. have reJL ceived instructions from the Kegistrar at Invercargill of the Supreme Court of New Zealand, Otngo and Southland District, to offer for Sale by Public Auction as above, at their Auction-Booms. Esk Street, Invercargill : In pursuance of the provisions of " The Land Transfer Act, 1885," and in exercise of the Power of Sale conferred under or by virtue of Memorandum of Mortgage registered No. 9G12, Southland Registry. Section No. 9, Block XI, District of Waikaka, containing 200 Acres, more or less, lately occupied by Bowmar Bros, and Lindley, and formerly known as Craig\Farm. For Further Particulars apply to — Messrs DOWNIE, STEWART & PAYNE, ' Solicitors, Dunedin ; or TBE AUCTIONEERS. Electors of Wakatipu. I desire to express my Heartfelt THANKS to all those who accorded me their Support in the late Election. 722j JAMES KELLY. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF MATAURA. I JAMES BOYNE, Returning Officer for . the Mataura Electoral District, hereby give Public Notice of the BESULT OF THE POLL, held on Wednesday, 6th December, 1899, for the Election of One Member for the House of Representatives for the Mataura Electoral District. The number of- votes recorded in favor of each Candidate was :— McNAB, ROBERT .. .. 2132 RAYMOND, IRVEN WILLIS . . 1973 Majority for McNab, 159. I therefore declare ROBERT McNAB to be DULY ELECTED as Member of the House of Representatives for the above District. JAMES BOYNE, Returning Officer. Gore, 1 lth December, 1899. LICENSING DISTRICT OF MATAURA. IN pursuance of "Tho Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Act, 1593," "The Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Act Amendment Act, 1895$ and " The Licensing Poll Regulation Act, 1899," I hereby give Public Notice of the RESULT OF THH LOCAL OPTION POLL; : taken under the Provisions of the said Act. ' :: NUMBER OF VOTES RECORDED. That the number of licenses existing in the district continue . . 1775 That the number of licenses existing in the district be reduced . . 1859 That no licenses be granted in the district . . . . . . 2192 The total number of valid votes polled was 4072, and as none of the proposals was carried by the prescribed majority, I hereby notify that the number of Licenses existing in the District shall continue until next Licensing Poll. JAMES BOYNE, Returning Officer. Gore, 11th December, 1899. The Mataura Election. ALL ACCOUNTS against MR R. McNAB in conneetion'vith the above Election must be rendered to the Secretary of the Central Committee at Gore, and addressed to the Undersigned. ALEX. SIMPSON, ,723j , Secretary. Gore Electric Light & Power Syndicate. /CONSUMERS are hereby reminded thut \J FRIDAY, 15th DECEMBER, is the Last Day on which the REBATE of 25 per cent, will be allowed. A. RAMSAY, Mannger. SHEEP DIP TRIAL. MESSRS KEMPTHORNE, PROSSERA CO., Ltd., will give a IKIAL of their " K.P." Improved Sheep Dip, AT MR D. MURRAY'S YARDS, PUKERAU, ON WEDNESDAY, 20th DECEMBER, At 2 p.m. Farmers, Sheepowners, and other interested, are invited to be present. 720j Notice to Roman Catholics. rriHE foil- wing are the Services for the JL month of DECEMBER : 10th — Gore, 9 and 11 ; Heriot, 11 17th — Gore, 9 ; Pukeiau, 11 ; Tapanui, 11 24th — Gore, 9 and 11 ; Mandeville, 9 ; Riversdale, 11 25th — Gore 9 and 11 ; Waikaia, 11 31st — Gore, 9 and 11 ; Waipahi, 9 ; Clinton, 11 FOR PRIVATE SALE. T^NGINES, MILLS, and BINDERS. 1 9-Horse-power Engine (Marshall), Mill (Clayton and Sliuttleworth), 1 8-Horse-power Engine (Clayton and Shuttleworth), Mill (same makers), Double-Bagger Chaffcutter (Andrews and Beaven), 12 Binders, in good order, (McCormicks, Deerings, and Massey-llanis). Apply— WRIGHT, STEPHENSON ,6 CO., Gore or Invereargill ; or WILSON HALL, Esq., Itivorsdtilc. m HE IMPORTED HACKNEY STALLION, SATURN, Will visit Gore Fortnightly. Breeders of First-class Flinty Horses should take this opportunity of securing his Services. His young Stock are turning oul. second to none, being sound, docile, and stylish, and up to 16J hands high, out of hack mares. Terms on application to — ALEX. FRASER. Groom in charge. npilE Three-year-old Clydesdale Entire, _1_ Defender, will stand at ROUGHCRAIG FARM during the Season, and will serve a Limited Number of Mares. Defender's sire, St. Alexander, (imp.), dam, Fancy, champion mare at Gore Show, 1898, full sister to Miss McCormick, champion mare of New Zealand and Australia. Term- on Application to the Owner, 33Uj WILLIAM WADDELL.
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