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Holy Trinity.—Sunday Services: Holy Communion 8 a,.in., Morning' Prayer and Holy Communion 11 a.m.. (subject; "A Soldier's Faith"), Baptisms 3 p.m., and Evening Prayer 7 p.m. (subject, "The Hiding, of God.").—Advt.

GOOD MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN.

. If you have a baby in the house you will, wish- to know the best way to checkany unusual looseness of the bowels, or diarrhoea, so common to small children. O. P. M. HoU/iday, of Deming, Ind., who has an eleven months' old child, says: "Through the months ofj June and.July our baby" was teething and took a running off 'of' the bowels and sickness of the stomach. ..; His bowels would move from five to'eight- times a day. I had a bottle of Ch'am'berlam's Coiiic; /Cholera and DiarrhoeW. Remedy'in the', house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water, and he got better at once." For sale by E. D. Smith; price Is 6d, big size '3s.—Ad.

VOLUNTEER NOTICE. mHE CHURCH PARADE ordered for -*- Sunday, the sth inst, at 10.30, is hereby COUNTERMANDED. The Qisborne Section of the Eighth Contingent, East Coast Mounted Rifles, Gisborne Rifles, and Gisborn6 Cadets will Parade at the Drill-shed at 3 p.m. on SUNDAY, the sth iust., in Review Order to attend a United Service at the Theatre Royal, after which the Contingent Men will embark for Central Camp, Wellington. ; ;- ' M, McCREDIE, ■ . Major. d-?^*^ •'■' P ° '* T WILLIAM '^P^raTO GLADSTONE, TUB SnSn ''^® Members of the Irk ___9_|__il above Court are invited to. attend the Funeral of our late Brother, H HACCHE, at 2 o'clock, TO-MORROW (SUNDAY). Conveyances will be provided, and will be in attendance at the residence, Palmerston road. ■ : Funeral Sashes in Officers' charge. W. L. FILE, 532 ■ Secretary. GISBORNE HOSPITAL. mHE ANNUAL MEETING of ConX tributors to the Gisborne Hospital will be held at the Borough Council Chambers, on THURSDAY, January 9th, at 7.30 p.m. BUSINESS: The Election of One Trustee"'. Subscribers of five shillings and upwards are' entitled to vote. * T. A. COLEMAN, Secretary. Gisborne, January 4, 1902;' '" 522 NEW ZEALAND FARMERS' UNION. A SPECIAL MEETING of theWai--1 mata Valley Branch^of. the New Zealand Farmers' Union will bo held in the Waimata Hall, on TUESDAY, the 14th January, at 7.3(7 p.m. All members are particularly ■ requested to attend. BUSINESS: To instruct a Delegate, who will be appointed by the Committee. HILTON N. LYSNAR, r 523 Hon. Secretary. NEW ZEALAND FARMERS' UNION. MOTU BRANCH. A MEETING of above wiE be held in Motu School-house on SATURDAY, January 11th, at 7 p.m. BUSINESS: To Elect Delegate to attend Provincial Conference. 525 N. H. SHAW, Secretary. NOTICE. A MEETING of all those interested in forming a Branch of the Farmers' Union will be held in the Ormond Schoolhouse, on, TUESDAY, 7th inst., at 7.30 p.m. W. GRAHAM, 527 ___ ' Acting Secretary. NOTICE. ALL PERSONS found trespassing in my Orchard, or on my property, -at Patutahi, will be PROSECUTED. " \ • Anyone giving information leading to a conviction will receive £3 Reward. 531 E. W. WELLS. FOR SALE. yK FOUR-TOOTH LINCOLN RAMS. These Rams have' been heavily culled for constitution, and being purely grassfed, are suitable for turning out on hill country. No two-tooths have been sold from this flock for past four seasons. Also,— f)K TWO-TOOTH ROMNEY RAMS. HERBERT N. WATSON, 528 Patutahi. QVERN J^ODGE JJOARDING AND T)AY COHOOIs, DUNEDIN. MISS L. REES, 8.A.,- Principal. ■ Assisted by Miss M. Smythe", M.A., Madame Decleene, and Visiting Teachers. MISS REES is prepared to receive Girls who, having left school, wish to continue their studies at the University, or in Art or Music. Prospectuses may,be obtained from T. Adams or Crawford 'and Son. Further information on application to MISS REES, 467 The Bungalow, Gisborne. SALE. SALEi SALE. HAVING decided to go' out of {he " STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS BUSINESS, I have for Sale a Splendid Assortment of PHOTO ALBUMS STATIONERY WORK BOXES WRITING DESKS INKSTANDS PURSES • LADIES HANDBAGS FANCY BRACKETS TOYS BIRTHDAY CARDS & BOOKS PHOTO FRAMES BOOKS AND MUSIC Etc., Etc., Etc. J^ J> AR E QHA NC E To Secure GOOD USEFUL PRESENTS. •• GOOD USEFUL PRESENTS. Don't Miss It! K. R. MACDONALD GLADSTONE ROAD, Gisborne. Hundreds ofl women, are earnA HEW *D£ independent incomes by means of Mechanical Drawing. nnn■ ma If you are discouraged with UuuUrn" your prospects,, why not enter this new field? We teach by TION FOR maiL CaU or writ0' The "Hemingway Commercial and uinuru Coaching School, 192 Queen WUmtNr street, Auckland. P.O. Box 179. Telephone 1234.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXIX, Issue 9341, 4 January 1902

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