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The Ohinemuri Gazette. AND UPPER THAMES WARDEN

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1899. LOCAL AND GENERAL.

■I loitt a round unvarmsh'd tale deliva , —Othello, Act 1, Scene 3.

A Chrysanth^num Show is to be held at the Thames on tho 27th and 28th of this month. Constable Sefton, of Karangahake, will shortly he removed to Auckland. His place will he taken by Constable Moffatt. An announcement by the County Clerk, to the effect that Mr Frederick Cock has been appointed "Wharfiinger of the "Wharf, Paeioa, .appears in S|nother column. a meeting of the Committee of the Military Carnival and Sports, to be held on May 24th, will be held in Delany's Paeroa .Hotel this evening. Officers are to be elected, and the programme drawn wp will will be submitted for approval. In another column will be found, notice of an application by Joseph Dihars for a lease of 100 acres of land at Kai'angahake for the purpose of raising coal. The land is at the junction of the "Waitawheta and Ohinemuri rivers, and is part of the ground known as Dickey's Flat. Mr Thomas G. Duulop, who sustained concussion of the brain through falling from his horse at the Thames on Monday last, has succumbed to his injuries. Mr Duniop aiTived in the colony about 40 years ago, and was a hard-working and industrious man. He was also a good prospector, and was successful in many of nis ventures. Unequalled and invincible Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds, Is od. Mr Percy Holt, C.8., architect and surveyor, whose advertisement appears elsewhere, has recommenced the practice of his profession in Auckland. He has shown excellent parts as a professional man and has done first-rate conscientious work. He has been for the hist five years in the Government Survey Department in Taranaki as a surveyor, and in such capacity obtained tho approbation of his chief. As will be seen by the; advertisement, appearing elsewhere, Mr Holt's address is 6, Mercantile Chambers, Queenstreot Auckland.

A first offending drunk \yas discharged at tho Police Court on Monday.

Mr H, Poland is having a largo, dwelling-house creeled in the lower township. ■

The ordinaiy sittings of tho Warden's Cuurt. will be held to-day, and that of the S.M. Court to-morrow.

When proceeding homo on Saturday im;ht Mr I' 1. Lipsey had the misfortune to be thrown from his horse, but he escaped without soi'ious injury.

A freehold section of laud in Piioroa is wanted by the No. I Compiriy of the Ohinemuri Volunteers. Particulars unay bn found in another column.

The us mil weekly auction sale of fruit, produce, potatoes, furniture and sundries will be held at tho Pafiroa Auction Mart by Mackay and Pratt to-morrow, commencing at 10 o'clock.

Mr Hamilton, who takes the plac* of Mr Atkinson as manager of the Paeroa Gasworks, arrived here last week. Mr Hamilton is an. able and enterprising man, and should well fill the position vacated by Mr Atkinson.

At a meeting of the Paeroa members of the County Council on Monday, it was decided to recommend that the people of Waitekauri should be allowed to lay the water on to their premises, subject to certain conditions. A young man named Eeese Brown was charged at the Thames Police Court on ■faturday with stealing a horse at Waihi, he property of E. M. Joll. He was remanded to Paeroa, and will be brought up at the Court here ou Monday next. The County Cleric notifies in another column that the Council meetings will in future be lield on the first Thursday of each m onth. All accounts must be lodged not later than noon'on-the Tuesday preceeding, aad all correspondence must be in by four o'clock on the afternoon before the meeting. 3lr Frank Egginton, who has just been transferred from the Thames Post and Tetegraph Office to Oamaru, was presented with a valuable bat, as an indication of the esteem in which he is held by his colleagues. Mr Egginton left Auckland on Monday, en I'oute for Oamaru. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for Coughs and Colds never fails, Is 6d and 2s Gd. Elsewhere will bo found the advertisement oi Mr A. L. Ferneyhough, architect, of Star Chambeis, Shortland - street, Auckland. That gentleman has obtained a goodly number of commissions in Auckland since starting- his profession, and has executed them most satisfactorily. Ho holds good certificates for ability and competency in his profession.

That ingenius little invention, the " Empress Needle," which was invented by Professor Elston, for artistic work in wool and silk, cannot be surpassed. No lessons are required. On being exhibited it caused quite a flutter amongst the fair sex, and a continual source of pleasure and profit to those who purchased it. We direct attention to Professor Elston's advertisement appearing elsewhere.

For Children's Hacking Cough tak« Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is Gd & 2s Gd.

An excursion by train to Te Aroha has been decided upon by the Thames Hospital Trustees, the proceeds to be devoted to the new building fund. The Te Aroha Domain Board' has decided to allow a charge to be made for admission into the Domain on that occasion, and the Thames Amateur Athletic Club has promised to give every assistance in preparing a sports programme. It is probable that the date for holding the excursion will be fixed for May 4th.

Both deaf and dumb they said he was, Because he could not hear or speak. He'd simply lost his voice, that's all, His head bunged up for just a week ; But now ho hears the least thing drop, He speaks in accents strong and pure, To say that he'd boen dead ere this, Except for Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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The Ohinemuri Gazette. AND UPPER THAMES WARDEN WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1899. LOCAL AND GENERAL., Ohinemuri Gazette, Volume VIII, Issue 585, 12 April 1899

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The Ohinemuri Gazette. AND UPPER THAMES WARDEN WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1899. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Ohinemuri Gazette, Volume VIII, Issue 585, 12 April 1899

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