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HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT AXD TO-MORROW. PATHE PICTURES. i GREAT DOLTIJLK PROGRAMMIC J -^- Our Ik\st Programme -to date. 10,000 FKKT l>F NKW -.FILM. THE KING'S DERBY, 1909. l«iipland — Queen's I^overs— Lobster Fishiiig— Pity and l»ve — An Erring Son — 'Why Billy left Home. SCENES IN RUSSIAN SIBERIA. MATINEK and Uluvuge Programme . Saturday. Prices. 6<l, Ig, and Is 6d. (JISHORNK CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING SOCIETY. ifITHK Tniith Annual arid a General _1. Meeting of the Societv will be held in Towuley'tf Hall on * THURSDAY NEXT, 23rd inst., »i 8 ]>.ni. BUtSINISSS : To receive ■ Direct ots' Report and Itidanco sheet. Elect Three Directors and TSvo Auditors, to dispose of Apnropiiations of £1000 in "So. 1 issue and £500 in No. 2 issue, and General. A. G. BEERE, 634 : j Secretary.''' NOTICE TO EMPLOYERS. A -NIEKTING of all Eanployers cited _V. in the (iisborne Drivers' demand* will be held at 8 p.m. on FRIDAY, the 24^11 inst.. at McKee's Buildings. .* ' F. H. LAWTON, 699 Secretiiry P.IJ. Employers' Assn. GISBORNE PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY. TO induce thrift in the young, no better; opportunity is offered than that of their becoming Shareholders in the above Society. To those who are starting in life nfld to all who wish to save the sdme advantages are open. Itae Share means One Shilling a Aveek (paid fortnightly), and at the end of each financial year the profits are equally distributed and placed to the credit of membors. During the past year the profits, were*. on a seven per; cent, basis, and have not bceii below sis per cent, for many years. The Share is fully paid up when the amount paid in, with profits added, amounts to £50. Loans are granted against the amount to the Investors' credit when required. All further particulars are obtainable from — ■ H. M. PORTER, 677 . Secretary. NOTICE. iJTtiHE ANNIVERSARY of the FRAN, ! .JL t'HIHK will bo celebrated at Townl.leyVi.Hall. on FRIDAY, 24th inst,, at 3 p.rti. The Cook County ladies' Gifi.ld meets at 2 p.m. ' 710 RABBIT BOARD. STOCK OWNERS and their Managers are requested to attend and sign Petition for formation of RABBIT BOARD, at the 1 following places: — • Farmers' Union Club — Gifiborne. Ben. Taylor — Whatatutu. y J. and W. Bissett— Waimata. Williams— Hituiti. ; Cooper — Tiniroto. - Cooper— Waei'enga-o-kuri: Daul ton— Wainga kc. Lewis — *Te KaraUa. Bruce— Patuta hi. Buker- — Muriwai. : Kennedy — Wharerata. Image — -Mntawhero. | Colebrook— -Waerengii a hika. teat and Friar — Orinond. J. ShiiAV—- Pakarae. A i slabi e-r-Mofere . J. P. Murphy — Tolnga Buy. Hawkins— Te ArartKi, Duff— -Port Awanui: . Lmlbrook— 'Tui>aroa. Oates- — Tokomaru-. ' County Office— WuipJro. . 704 ORMOND POUND. j IMPOU N D E D , By Raager— One Brown Mare; branded like 1 over 1 ■ off shoulder, shod, lpng tail., One Bay Mare., branded like shamrock off shoulder, near hind foot white, ' tail and muuo banged. If not claimed and cxpen.wß paid, will ho sold at i[w abovo Pound Ya-rtU», on TUliSDAy,\o\!tober sth, at 12 noon. : ,C. NEEJNAN, 705 Pomidkooper. FOR "RENTAL.DAIRY FARM, at Okitu, containing about 80 acres, with good House. Apply— > W. DOUGLAS LYSNAR. 512 __ ___l /'• ' V MOMEY IS TIGHT. TO TEST the Money Market, I am about to hold, a | .-i GENUINE SALE 1 ■ • or ' * . ■ ■ BOOTS & SHOES. These Goods are NOT damaged by Fire or Water. The whole of that stock I was cleared at my last Sale, which 'wjms •one to be* remembered, nnd this is going j to be another Memorable Event in* the History of Boot Sales — the Goods having been marked down from 3s to 5h per | pair, that is— 15 TO 25 PER CEHT, OFF ORIGINAL PRICES. OPENING DATE: SATURDAY, 18™ P sr And DON'T BE LATE in arriving on the scone ; otherwise you will miss the Bargains.' H. J. ANDREW, THE GISBORNE BOOT SHOP. 561 NATIVE "TITLES. MR EDWAUD BUCKLE, late Registrar, of -the Native Land Court, I has now established himself as a Nativo' Agont in Wellington, und is prepared to conduct Land Transfer searches in Wellington, Wanganui, Gisborne, and Auckland. He has a thorough knowledge of till matters connected with Native Tiltes, and a good grasp of the Maori language. * FEES MODEHATE. Twenty-four Years in the Native Land Court Office. EDWARD BUCKLE, 18 Grey Street, Wellington. IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM Carda just imported. ' A very Choice Sample of Carda of Chart* Designs, TSamples of which tnfcy b« seen on application at— HERALD STATIONERY DEPARTMENT.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXXVI, Issue 11953, 23 September 1909

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXXVI, Issue 11953, 23 September 1909

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