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WANTED. PASCALL'S lib loliie jare; alsa* 2ib jam jars. I am a buyer of all l;in*Js of> fruit... APPLY, A.E.'im ,■ Care of Mai-Liu and Co., Carrff-rs, ' Blenheim. MAIjL-LBO-EOU'GH WGMMt T*sEiuERS' ASSOCIATION. ; , . (Registered). Ag«n«ral meeting will bo l j,*id at . the Infant Scho«l, «ii Saturday,... 2Sth him., at 10 a.m. . E, MILLiNGTON. lion. '■Secretary; PATRIOTIC SOCIAL. TO be held in the Coronation Ha 11,,... Groyetown, Friday 27th' April,... commencing 8 o'clock sharp. : Ladies Is, Gents. 2s 6d. • Good floor, supper and music. Surplus to go to Bed Cross Fund. MISSES CROUDIS & MMiLiARD. Hon. S«cs.. TTIS MAJESTY'S THUAtTRE^ TO-WBGHT, at 8 prompt A splendid new Triangle Programme,. headed by FRANK KEEN AN and ENID MARKEY, In a 5-Act Pla.Vj by Thomas H. Ince,. "THE PHANTOM CROOK." "THE PHANTOM CROOK." Crook or Gentleman, which? A .jfiysterious, flitting individual,, who Baffles all attempts to follow his. inexplicable movements'. lie iseverywhere and nowhere a veritable -. will-o'-the-wisp, AND YET ■"A NICE GIRL TRUSTS HIM. The puzzling story has half a d«zen' unexpected twists- Every minute it jSrips by its' teuseness rvnd the Ev/ift- • jioss with which things happpn at the nice girl's home.' A meatal stimulant. for grown ups. • OUTDOiEB R-A FFLES AND - SBIER- - LOCK HOLMES, ITS MOST FAMOUS PREDECESSORS. ."HEARTS A\ND SPARKS." \ ' The Latest Keystone Shriek, , , and others < - ] TO-MORROW KF«HT: DOUOLuISi"fATR.Ej«.NKS^ * in THE JLSLF_BKr;EI>, liy BRET KARTE. Country Circuit* 1 renwicktown": S4tcrday:~ j borough of blenheim, biennial election of m^ayor ; -. • Jn the matter of "Tin Municipal - Corporations Uci', 19081" "The Local Elections and Polls , 1008,"" and their respective amendments : j I HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE : that at tlic Election of Mayor for the Borough of Blenheim" held on the Twenty-fifth day of April, 1917, the persons hereinafter named were - candidates and received the number - of votes set opposite their names respectively (that is to say): . Carr, William ' 457 - Corvyj John Joscx>h •■■ 721 Informal ... -- 22 And I hereby declare'the said * ■'■ I John Joseph Corry to bo duly elected Mayor of the • Borough of Blenheim. Dated this Twenty-sixth day of ■ April. 1917. , D. P. SINCLAIR, Returning Officer' for the Borough of | ' , Blenheim.,

THANKS TO'MJBDTORS.. , I desire to return -my heartiest" thanks to the large number of electors who placed me yesterday in. the proud portion oi heading the poll for mombors&gf th£ Hospital and Charitable ,W Board and to assure them ' T-' fully appreciate the honor/ and will use every- endeavor to . justity-, their opinion of inc. " 1 further - desire to gratefully thank all those • . ladies and gentlemen who so material- • ly assisted me with their advice, pup- • port, and labor during" my Candida- • ture. ' ' ' Al>A REDWOOD.. THANKS. "■ \ I wish to return thanks to those who « supported mo at the Mtmicipal election yesterday; and with-the confi- - denco you have placed in me. 1 w,ill cndeaivor to do my utmost for'that, which J consider to be" in the best in- • teretts of the Borough. BERNARD.!. COOKED j THANKS. I desire to thank the Borough elec- ■ tors'of Blenheim for the generous support accorded to mo at yesterday's . I' 10 ' MALCOLM McKENZDS. | MUNICIPAL EIi'ECTTON. I beg to return my sincere thanks--to tho burgesses for their renewal . of'confidence. ANDRI3V. 7 CTJRRY. - - N.Z. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE. - 'X MARLBORO UGI [BE ANCH. (Registered.) A GENERAL Meeting will bo held" ! on.SATURDAY, 28th inst., at--111 a.m. ! H. R-. FISHER, Hon. Secretary. PELORI'S ROAD BOARD ' ELECTION. HA\ ING in view the fact that the - Chairman of the Hospital Board persisted in- his challenge by putting up a Hospftr.l,,Bonrd member against ■ "all comers,'? &ifl having received a requisition from.a majority of the,ratepayers to 'ds&in offer myself, I have therefore come, to tho conclusion • to allow my iiomiriatiort to no forward ' for oloction to the Road Board. I * will, if elected, continue to act, as in • the p^st. in. the interests of the ratep.ivc7'.ij as a whole. J. S. STOREY. "NAZOL'' may be imitated, but it is still unequalled for relieving roughs, colds, catavrla and sore throat. Only the genuine is labelled "NAZOL" Refuse "s-übstitutes.. —Advt.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7, Marlborough Express, Volume LI, Issue 97, 26 April 1917

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 7 Marlborough Express, Volume LI, Issue 97, 26 April 1917