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HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE. TO - N IGHT AN U TO - M( >R.ROW PATHE PICTURES. TO-NICHTJ TO 0 w i . THE MESMERIST. The Greatest- Dramatic Picture ever shown m Gisbonie. You must not miss seeing THE HUMAN SQUIB. . The funniest of all comics — the audience simply scream — come and hear the „ - screams. If it hurts you to laugh, don't come TO-MORROW . . . SATURDAY. Au entire change. — Another grand doubi* programme. The (.Jroiitcst of All Moving Pictures — THE THREE MUSKETEERS. * A Dramatisation of Dumas** famous work. MATINEE TO-MORROW SATURDAY. ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL. - At Victoria Domain. — TOMORROW , (SATURDAY), Siipt. 25. mARUHERU- (Champions Season 1909; ' X Versus REST OF j-EAGUE. .Kick-off tit 3.30 p.m. . Admission to ''Junior Final admits tc ? both matches. 74< I ~ COSMOPOLITAN CLUIJ. SPEOLAL MEETING of Mombers 'will bo held on THURSDAY, October ■ 7th, 1909. at 8 p.m. Business: To receive corresp<uidenee and explaiiiition.s m regard to Palmerston r<wid property otFered tq OlubY ' CHAS. H. AMBRIDGE, 743 ' V y Secret<iry. .GISBORNE PERMANIiiNT BUILDING SOCIETY. . TO induce thrift m the young, no better oppor-^mnty is offered than that of their becoming Shareholders m the above Society. 1 To.those who a,re starting m life and to all who Svish'to Rave the same advantages are opeW. , x lW Share means One Shilling a Veek • (paid 'fortnightly), and - at the end of each financial year tfce profits are equally ! distributed and placed to the credit of • member-. During the past year the profits were* on a seven per cent, basis, * and have not boon below ' six per cent, for many years. , The Shlire i.s fully paid up when the amount I ' paid m, with •profits added,, amounts to £50. Loans are granted against the amount to the Inve-Stors' credit when required. All -further particulars^ are obtainable from— V y'y ■ 1 H. M. PORTER, STL . ,■, Secretary. RABBIT BOARD. .. / . . *■ ' STOCK OWNERS and their Managers ate requested tg> attend and sign Petition for fsjrmation ,of RABBIT BOARD, at -tho'Tol lowing places-.— Farmers' Uriion Club^-Gjsborne. " Ben. Taylor— -Whatatutu/ J., and W. Bissett — Waimata. , W T illinms-YHauiti. \fi Cooper— Tiniroto, Cooper — Wacreiiga-o : kuri, Daulton — -Wainguke. Lewis — Te Karaka. • Bruce — Patutahi. Baker — Muriwai. Kennedy — WMiareiata. ' Iniage— Matawhero. (>»leb^ok— Waereuga-^iVhika. Teat aiid/Friar — Onnond. J. Sh a^ v "~P a l iaia C- '»;.;,, Aiaiabie — Morifcre. .; ; J. P. Murphy— Tolaga Bay. * Hawkins — Te Araroa. Duff — Port Awanui. '*..•' Ludbrook— Tupjrfoa! * '.;.-*'. . Gates — Tokomaru-.- , .-*£ '■■. '-. County O-flice— Waipiro". '■- 704 ■te*^ 'fifi. '- ,*...■_- ; . . ... ■ ORMOND POUND. T M l» : O U N D E. D J. By Ranger — , ' One Bay Marc, branded like shaiiirock off . 'shoulder, near hind foot white, white blaze on face, tail and mane oungod. If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold at the above Pound* Yards, on TUESDAY., Wctober sth, at 12 noon. N 'C. NEENAN. ''•• i Poundkeeper. ._ t~~~ ~ 7-T-"Tp~ni7j_rf 7F^' ■■■■ . .;-. GUTTING of Light Bush Yind Scrub, 142 acrt'H, 62 acres,. uind 51 a'crcs, near Rid^ut's, Poututu. N.Z. LOAN ANO MERCANTILE ■■AGENCY' CO., Ltd. — Or, Jl H. Shanks. 011 the ground, 28th inst. ■.'■'■*'■■■■ ■'.*•:■*' :-.., 749 -y __-— _4- :r ,- ——r- . -FOR RENTAL. TSAIRY FARM, at Okitu, contaiiun^ Ls about 80 aci-ea, with good House. Apply— i w. dougi/as XYSNAR. 512 A:.a.'*...A..X ■'■ '' FOB IMMEDIATE SALE/ "-.; . FIEW DAY r S ON*LY (owner, left district), Great Bargain. — .Handsomo New VILLA, every convenience* (built best kauii), eight minutes from the Kaiti bridge. J. PECKOVER- &' CO:, 701 Land Agteuts, next Library. MONEY 1^ TlClif. .**.'■ TO TEST the Money Market, I an^/ about to hold a y GENUINE ."SALE ..**■■■■ of' BOOTS & SHOES. These Goods aro NOT damaged by Fire or Water. The whole of that stock was cleared at my last"*- Siile, which wm to bo remembered, and this is going to bo another Memorable Event m the History bi Boot Sales — tho Goods having been marked down from 3s to 5s por •pair, that is — '■ 15 TO 25 PER dEKT. OFF ORIGINAL PRICES, OPENING DATE: SATURDAY, 18™ I NST And DON'T BE LATE m arriving on tho scepe ; otherwise you will miss the Bargains. , H. J. ANDREW, THI^ GISBORNE BOOT SHOP. 561 NATIVETITLES. MR EDWARD BUCKLE, late Registrar of the Native Land Court, haa now established himself as a Native t Agent m WcUi%t6n'j and: is prooared to conduct Land Transfer searches m Wellington, Wanganui, Gisborne/ and Auckland. He has a. thorough knowledge of all matters connected with Native" Tiltes, and a good' grasp of the Maori language. FEES MODERATE. Twenty-four- Yeara m the Native Land Couft Office. i JEDWAUD BUCKLE, f 18 Grey. Street, Wellington. WE make a Speciality pi Piuture-; ? framing. All work promptly and neatly executed;— KeJ lay and Parker, Grey street. \

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXXVI, Issue 11954, 24 September 1909

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXXVI, Issue 11954, 24 September 1909

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