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Wade's Teething Powders for babies are soothing, reduce fever and prevent blotches. Price, 1/-. Loasby's Koolibah relieves quickly cures headaches, neuralgia, backache, sciatica. Invaluable for rheumatism. 2s chemists, grocers.

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GARRISON BAND SOCIAL^ rjIHE GARRISON BAND invites -*- all those ladies willing to help in" the Social to meet at the Drill Shed on WEDNESDAY at 3.30 p.m. COLUMBIA DRESS SCHOOL, BLENHEIM. LAST TERM commences on WEDNESDAY, 17th April. Intending Pupils must apply early as only a limited number can be instructed. E. PEMBERTON, Principal. 1.0. G.T. ~~ T UVENILES who intend to become 0 Charter Members, and .parents of same, are invited to attend at the Lodge-room, Alfred Street, at 7 o'clock on THURSDAY EVENING NEXT. Juvenile Temple will be instituted at 8 o'clock. Initiation Fee :• Cd. G. GIBSON, Secretary. WAIRAU AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY. THE first practice for Les Cloches will bo held in Jellyman's Hall THIS EVENING at 7.30 sharp. F. BULL, I Hon. Sec. ] OMAKA ROAD BOARD. GENERAL ELECTION. I^"OTICE is hereby given that a -^ general election of six members of the above Board, will be held on WEDNESDAY, Ist day May next, viz: Reuwick Subdivision ; 3 Members. Opawa Subdivision: 3 Members. Nominations in accordance with the second schedule of "The Regulations of Local Elections Act, 1876," must be delivered to the Returning Officer, or addressed to him and delivered at the Board's Office, Blenheim, before noon of Wednesday, 24th inst. Nomination papers may be obtained at the ■ ofiice of the Board. H. HOWARD, Inspector, IMPOUNDED in the Borough Ponnd on April 14th: One black Ms,re, branded like S. ; also, two bay Fillies arid one bay Colt with no visible brands. If not claimed and all expenses paid, will be sold on May 4th, 1901, at 12 o'clock noon. BOROUGH OF BLENHEIM. ! "T^TOTICE is hereby given that McCALLUM, RICHARD was duly nominated as a Candidate as Mayor of the Borough of Blenheim, and 1 have declared him duly elected. That CHING, WILLIAM CLOUSTON, WILLIAM E. JAMES, EDWARD MACEY, WILLIAM H. PENNY, EDWARD H. PR.TDDLE, ROBERT P. C. PURKISS, CHARLES SCOTT, JAMES H., and SMALE, ROBERT H. have been duly nominated as Candidates as Councillors of the Borough of Blenheim," and I have declared them, duly elected. Wm. NOSWORTHY, Returning Officer. Town Clerk's Office, Bl^heiw^ April X% IQQU

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Marlborough Express, Volume XXXV, Issue 85, 16 April 1901

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