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For corrtinuation of news see fourth page PUBLIC NOTICES \J DAY. Family Picuica can be held on the Racecourss Hill. Lemonade, Sand-1 wichea, Fruit, and other good things gupplied on the ground. I ACES, Races, Easter Monday.— AdJL.\i mission to the grouud, la ; horse and rider, 2a ; traps plying for hire, 3s ; pilva'e traps, la; subscriber's ticket, 10j, admits to all parts of the ground. INCOURAGE Local Races by obtaining I a Subscriber's Ticket from the Secretary. 3t also admits four ladies or family to any part of the ground or grand atand. | EASTER MONDAY being a closed holiday, just take a run out and enjoy yourselves at the local races. . 892 TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH OF OAMARU. number of yourselves, I beg to offer myself as a condidate for the irepresentation of the Borough at th? foithcoming election, to fill the vacancy caused by the promotion of our late member, Mr Shrimaki, to the Upper House. I announce myself thus early to let my friends know that I am in the field. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, REIDHAVEN.. FIRST OAMARU PERMANENT BUILD- j LNG AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. rTIHE MONTHLY MEETING for Issue •*• of New Shares and Receipt of Money M ill be held on TUESDAY EVENING APRIL 7m, at 7.30. ' ROBERT STEVENSON, 925 Secretary. NORTH OTAGO PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY. npHE usual. MONTHLY MEETING will -*- be held at the Secretary's Office, Tynestreet, on TUESDAY, 7th £APRIL, between the hours of 7 and 8.30 p.m. GEORGE SUMPTER, 924 Secretary "OT, COLD, and SHOWEfi BATHS always ready atC. C. PROBERT'S, Hairdresser and Tobacconist, Thames-street Ormaru •VT EILL BROTHERS, HARBOR-STREET, OAMARIT, Are prepared to make liberal CASH ADVANCES on Grain and Produce stored I with them for Sale in the local market, or or Shipment to Australia, London, the Continent, or elsewhere.

Being Direct Importers of CORN SACKS from Calcutta, we would call attention to our large stock of 2S| ... 2| to 3lbs 46x265 ... 2f „ 44x265 ... 2f „ Also, Grass Seed and Oat Sacks, 46 x 26J—--2Jlbs. Potato Sacks, specially imported, 42 x 28—2§lbg. Marshall's Seaming Twine, 3 and 5 ply. Also, Castor, Lard, linseed, and Cnlza Oil, in Drums; and all Staaon and Farm Stores and Requisites. STORAGE AT CURRENT RATES. pO LET, Comfortable 6-roomed HOUSE L (new), with all outside conveniences ; healthy position.—Apply H-'bden DenniSON, Tyne-atreef 921

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Oamaru Mail, Volume IX, Issue 2869, 6 April 1885

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Oamaru Mail, Volume IX, Issue 2869, 6 April 1885

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