nnHBAIRB ROYAL. Rev. Leonard M. Zsitt Lkctures as follows : — SATURDAY, l.vr Dkcemnkr.— " The Temperance Outlook." SUNDAY, 2nd. - United Service, 8.1">, " House Building " Rev. Ryburn pro sides Sankey's hymns used. MONDAY, Dei-ember 3rd.— "Can we afford to abolish the Liquor Tratlio V TUESDAY, 4th.— A Convention will be held at 4 p.m., at which a paper will be read by Mr P. W. Goldsmith. Tea at (i o'clock. At 7.30 : " William Lloyd GanUon " (slave liberator and hero). Collections at Close. Doors open at 7.30 ; lecture at 8. Admission to Tuesday's Lecture, Is. £10 OR £5 REWARD. LOST OR STOLEN, from my paddocks, Waimoko — Thirteen head eighteen months to two-year-old quiet CATTLE (mixed Bexes), branded N (conjoined) on mmp.alsodew lap cut down 1 * about two to three inches. Any person returning the same will receive rive pounds reward ; if stolen, any person giving such information as will lead to the conviction of the thieves will be paid ten pounds. S. M. MACKLEY, Wenaleydale. Pakarac, Nov. 28, 1894. 654 NOTICE. ALL HORSES grazing at Kaiti MUST be removed by sth DECEMBER next. 635 WILLIAM COOPER. NATIONAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. DIVIDEND WARRANTS, for Half-year ending 30th September, 1894, can now be obtained at the OHicc of the Company's Agents. WILLIAMS & KETTLE, Ltd., Gisborne. December Ist, 1894. 656 TO~LET, BY TENDER. THE RIGHT to Cut Grass-seed from a paddock of about 23 acres ; a fairly good crop. Must be cut by machinery. Tenders to close on 10th DECEMBER. For particulars, apply to— J. KENNEDY, 0.T7 Waerenga-a-liika. WANTED, To Let— A nice front IsEDroom; with fireplace. — Apply M. Clarke, opposite Mrs Searle's, Ormond road, Whataupoko. 661 rpo LET— Unfurnished ROOM (open fireJl place), near centre of town. — Address at Herald Oih'ce. 662 11 J. THOMAS will carry on business of . Market Gardener (in connection with his f.inn) in shop next the Salvation Army Barracks. Farm produce of all descriptions at specially low rates for cash. Customers waited on by cart. Large consumers liberally dealt with. 1563 WANTED — A HOUSEMAID, for the country. Apply 10.30 on Tuesday morning, Masonic Hotel. — Mrs Wkthkkkd. WANTED — A Situation, ivs Working Housekeeper (town or country), or any place of trust Highly recommended. — Address : " T.N., care Budd's Restaurant." EN SHILLINGS REWARD. ~ Lost, yesterday, a Cold RING, with Thames quartz Signet. — Findtr rewarded on returning same to Herald Ollice. 6.~>N SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. — Wesley Church, Tomorrow : The Rev. R. M. R}burn preaches in the morning, aud Rev. L. M. Isitt in the evening. (id!) %< T>LEASANT Sunday Afternoon" Service JL in Wesley Church To-morrow, til 'A o'clock-. Address to children by Rev. L M. Isitt. * ()(;() There will be a Horal missionary anvioe for children at Holy Trinity Church Schoolroom to-morrow afternoon. Missionary hymns will be sung. Collection in aid of the Special Mission Fund,-— Advt.
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