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HE FOUNDATION STONE ST. LUKE'S SUNDAY|SOHOOL Will be Laid on THURSDAY, 26th INST., I At 3.30 p.m. j With Masonic Ceremony. An ADDRESS By The BISHOP OF DUNEDIN. A Collection in aid of the Building Fund, LODGE OF WAITAKf, No. 11. ►RETHREN are Requested to MEET at Masonic Lodge on THURSDAY (To-morrow), at 2.30. Business: Laying Foundation Stone of St. Luke's Sunday School. Procession will leave the Lodge at 3.15 p.m. Full Dress and Regalia. Visiting Brethren and Sojourners cordially invited. JAMES WANSBSOUGH, Secretary. WAIHEMO ELECTION. iHE HON. JOHN M'KENZIE will ADDRESS the Electors as follows: Hampden, WEDNESDAY, 25th Inst., at 8 p.m. Public Hall, Otepopo, THURSDAY, 26th Inst. Schoolhouse, Kakanui, FRIDAY, 27th Inst. Schoolhouse, Shag Point, SATURDAY, 28th Inst. THE GENERAL ELECTION. DUNCAN Will Address the Electors as follows : WEDNESDAY, 25th, Herbert THURSDAY, 26th, Enfield FRIDAY, 27th, South Oamaru Other Dates to Follow. Usual Place at 7.30 Each Evening. THE GENERAL ELECTION. R J. D. SIEVWRIGHT will ADDRESS the ELECTORS as Windsor—WEDNESDAY, 25th Ngapara—THURSDAY, 26th All Meetings at 7.30. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF OAMARU. I HEREBY Give Public Notice that JAMES DICKSON SIEVWRIGHT Journalist, of Arun street, Oamaru, Has THIS BAY been duly NOMINATED as a Candidate for Election as a Member of the House of Representatives for the above District. HENRY H. G. RALFE, Returning Officer. Oamaru, 25th November, 1896. WAITAKI ELECI ORAL DISTRICT. NOTICE OF NOMINATION. I HEREBY give Notice that WILLIAM JUKES STEWARD, of Ashburton, Journalist; DUNCAN SUTHERLAND, of Omarama, Runholder; and CHARLES VINCENT CLARKE, of Waimate, Farmer, have been Duly Nominated, with their respective consents, aB Candidates at the Election of One Member of the House of Representatives, for the Electoral District of Waitaki. The POLL thereof is appointed for the 4th Day of DECEMBER, 1896.) Dated this 23rd day of November, 1896, at Waimate. G. H. GRAHAM, Returning Officer. PALMERSTON AND WAIHEMO A. & P. ASSOCIATION. OWING to the General Election being fixed for Friday, the 4th of December, the date of the Palmerston Show has therefore been POSTPONED until FRIDAY, the 11th December. Entries will therefore be now received One Week Later than Date on Programme of Show. THOMAS MUIR, Hon. Secretary. ANTED To Rent, 4 or 5-roomed riOUSE; Hill Pijeferred; Good Tenant. Apply X, Mail Office. OARD and Residence for GENTLEMEN. Use Piano and Bathroom, 17s per week.—Apply Mail Office. FOUND, on the 17th Instant, above Ngapara, COLLIE DOG. Owner can have same on paying expenses.—Apply Mail Office. ■ OST, on Friday last, COLLIE BITCH, answer to " sheila." Reward. — " Ma", Kauroo Hill Station, Maheno. TO PAINTERS, PLUMBERS, ETC. TENDERS are Invited up to 5 p.m. on FRIDAY, 27th Inst., for RENOVA TIONS, Etc., at Union Bank, Oamaru. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. Specifications at the office of J. M. FORRESTER. Architect. pOR SALE TWO DOGS. One is a Huntaway, the other a Header. Give any trial of both. Apply, J. H Goodall, Otekaike, or S. H. Goodall, South Oamaru. 10 LET, a Comfortable Six-roomed HOUSE in Hull street, with outside conveniences. Rent moderate. Apply to Haddbn Dennison, Estate Agent, Oamaru. JUST RECEIVED. L FULL RANGE in numbers of my Celebrated SPECTACLES, . AlSO— "':. A Fresh Consignment of my Well-known RELIABLE WATCH. W. RICKETTS, Itcuen street.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Oamaru Mail, Volume XXI, Issue 6750, 25 November 1896

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