PHXORUS a*i> TINLINE BRIDGES JT is hereby notifled that the TIORSE TRAFFIC across the Pelorus and Tinline Bridges will be STOPPED for about Six Weeks, after the 27th October. Travellers can cross hi the old fords when the rivers are not flooded. Cf BUS GOULTER, Provincial Secretary. Superintendent's Office, Blenheim, 21st October, 1873. 2718 EDUCATION BOARD OP THE PROVINCE OF WELLINGTON. WANTED, an INSPECTOR of SCHOOLS under the above-named Board Appli cations from C<mu'iJatea accompanied by Testimonails, to "be »pr»t to the undersigned not later than the Ist DECEMBER NEXT. The Dutieg required will include those of an organising master, as well as the mere" inspection of the SehooU under the Board. Salary, £450 per' annum, including travelling allowances. By order of the Board, CHARLES 0. GRAHAM, m , Secretary. Wellington, 32nd September. 1873. 6m NATURAL FRIEDRICHSHALL BITTER WATER. npHIS WATER is a well-improved mild X Aperient, is an excellent remedy for cold in the chest and b wela. Its effect is excel'ent m constipation obstruction of the bowels, tendency of blood to tbe head and breast, &c. It improves the appetite, strengthens the digestive organs, and by bnniishiog lassitude and melancholy, renders occupation a pleasure instead of labor. Tbe effect of tho wafer is gentle and gradual, and neither requires a particular diet nor the slightest interruption to one's usual business, IMPORTED AND SOLD BY t. B. HAD FIELD, FAMILY CHEMIST. 2372 ELECTION NOTICE* IN pnrsuance "f the "Provincial Elections Act, 1858,' and " The Regulation of Elections Act, 1870," I. Lowtheb Broad, Returning Officer for she Election of a Superintendent for the Province of Nc'son, do hereby give notice that by virtue of « Writ, bearing date the 14 th day of October, -873, under the Public Seal of the Colony, an Election will Ixj held for the Heturn ol: one (iinlifled person to serve 89 Sdpeeintendent t r ilic siM Province; and that the NOMINATION ot Candidates will fake place at the Provincial Hall, Nelson, at Noon on SATURDAY, the Bth day of November, 1873; and that the Poll (if necessary) vil be taktn on WEDNESDAY, the 10th day of Dkcembek, 1873 LOWTHER BBOAf\ Returning Officer. The following places are POLLING PLACES for the Election of Superintendent : The Provincial Hall, Nelsoa The Oddfdiows* Hall, Nelson The Hillside Fchoolroom, Suburban North The InstiU'te, Hchmond The Institute, Stoke The Institute, Wakefleld The Schoolroom, Spring Grove The Schoolroom, Upper VVakefieid The Library, Motueka Valley Mr Gillow'a Station, WaDgapefcii The Southern Schoolrofyii, Waimea West The Schoolroom, Upper Moattfe The Schoolro-jin, Dovedale | The Institute, Motueka Tho Schoolroom, Riwaka The c 'i:hoo'room, Lower ildtttere The Schoolroom, Ngatimoti The Court-fjoipe, Collingwood The Government Building, Slate River The Schoolhouse, Ciifton "nie Schoolhouse, Takaka The Court-hotfde, Waiau-au Mr Delamaine's Woblshed. Han mer Plains The Warden's Office, Lyell The Warden's Office, Matakitaki Steele and LyrichV Homestead, Upper Matakitaki The Court- house, Westport Mr Bryne\s Post-office Store, Addison'a Mr Harrison's Store, Giles Terrace The Court-house, Charleston The Court-house, Brighton The Court-house, Ahaura The Court-house, No-Town The Police-station, Granville Mr. Ge". Muir's Store, Hatter's Terrace, Nelson Creek Mb Boyd's Shop, Moonlight The Tourt-house, Reefton The Rending r-om, Black's Point Gallaghers Kecemng Store, Batman'a Christy 'sßeceivingStoreJijahgahaa Junction The Court-house, Cobden The Govern ratnt Building, Brunnerton LOWTHER BBOAiD, 2660 Returning Officer. MAIL CONVEYANCE BETWEEN NELSON AND MOTUEKA. HTT AYCOCE'S COMFORTABLE • XA FOUR-WHEEL WAGON Buns beween NELSON and MOTUEKA and Intermediate Places. Leave Nelson for MoipaKA evtify Monday and 3?HtfHs»Air MbaSlKo, at 8 o'clock. Leavß NfefcaoH kob Rroftkoifo 'evgry TtreffDAv arid Fan> at Aftbrkoow, at 4 o'clock. Leave Mo;njpKA for Nbibom every I^wdat and Fah>Av Mokning, at 8 o'clock. Leave Richmond for Nbisox every Monda7 and THcaaDAY Mobmng, at 6.30 o'clock; and every Tuesday and Fbh>at Amswoon at l o'clock. Theijonveyance will Start trom tne Coach ab* Hobsss in Nelson, and KoMBOtDT'a, at Motueka, where Parcels will be Received and Passengers Bgoked. 222
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Nelson Evening Mail, Volume VIII, Issue 281, 22 November 1873
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Nelson Evening Mail, Volume VIII, Issue 281, 22 November 1873
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