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KAITI-OITY FOOTBALL CLUB. AIN Urgent Meeting of all Member? of the above Hub will be held at the Royal Hotel on FRIDAY NEXT. 25th June, at 8 p.m. A. HENDERSON, 517 Hon. Sec. N.Z. L.P. GISBORNE BRANCH. MONTHLY General Meeting will be held m the Labor Council Chambers. Gladstone Road, TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), at 8 p.m. 536 MATAWAI BRANOH OF LABOR PARTY. A MEETING of all interested m the formation of a Local Branch of the N.Z. Labor Party will.be held oil SATURDAY, the 26th inst., at 8.15 p.m., m the Matawai Public Hall, Delegates from Gisborne will be present. Mr! A. S. RICHARDS, of Gisborne, will deliver a Lecture on Labor matters on SUNDAY, 27th, at 7 p.m. A. JARLOV, 512 Sec. pro tern. T — i — 'nrrfTniTnTraßi— ■■iiiiiiiii>ii__iiiiiiii_iiii--M ' j Ten Days. 10 per cent., 2/- i„. £. Special Discount On all Wedding Presents at H. J GK'EVc WATCHxMAKER & JEWELLER. •^ mM,l ''*** l ***ammmmammmMmmßmmmm*mmmMmmßi GATTLE GRAZING TO LET FOR Qf| HEAD OF GROWN CATTLE OU At OPONAE. j Apply— I FARMERS' CO-OP. CO., Ltd. 481__ ■ , POSTS. SHIPMENT OF 12,000 YELLOW PINE TO ARRIVE SHORTLY. ORDERS NOW .TAKEN. For particulars', ringer 'Phone 6K, between 7 and 8 p.m., Te Karaka. 491 NOTICE. ' S. MoKEE, ' TAILOR, ° J HAS Removed' i to the Commodious Premises known as the < CASH STORES. MAICARAKA, ' where he will h© pleased •to meet ol J and new Customers, Who will find a . Complete Stock of TWEEDS AND GENERAL GOODS, At Reasonable Prices. 'PHONE 964 R. ' 492 FOR BALE. jTVNE 5-SEATEfR DODGE CAR. as \_/ good as new. A snip for cash, j FIVE-SEATER OVERLAND CAR,' m first-class running order. No reasonable offer -refused. j I'!VE r SEATER CALTHORPE Minor CAR, m first-class 'running order. , FIVE-SEATER FORD CAR, m first- ! class running order. • For prices and particulars, apply — ■ «LIGO & BARCLAY, r Gisborne Garage, d^2 Lowe Street. WE HAVE BEEN* INSTRUCTEfD TO OFFER, S AS A GOING CU'NOERN, DAIRY FARM j £23 PER ACRE, \TITH STOCK. *}A_ f\ ACRES, 7 miles from rising tmi^lXJ town; 100 a crea good grass, balance young grass, crops, and rough feed; 12 well-fenced paddocks, carrying 60 head milking cows and young stock; well-built 6-roomed Bungalow, with bath, h. and c. water, washhouse, tubs, outbuildings. Cream cart calls. Sohool opposite. CASH, £2000. | HILL & RICHARDSON. i ( v 522' WANTED. ' WANTED, to Purchase — GOOD 1 HACK", up to 13 stone. Apply— ' DALGETY AND CO. s_2___ , ( FORD CAR OWNERS. MAN m country, w;ith. 6-cylinder CAR, m perfect order, would sell and take o-seater FORD, '-jjart payment. Address — • No. 46, HERALD. 504 , ___^ MISS GILMOUR'S PEEL STREET. SMART COSTUMES, m Serge, Tweeds, Flannels, and Checks. » No Profiteering Prices. JERSEY COATS— a splendid assortment — aud, again, Reasonable Prices. * I OMART HATS.— Prices from K/Q j AT MISS GILMOUR'S, ! PEEL STREET. MOTOR and Carriage Bodies built! a.tered, and repaired by skilled craftsmen; lowest charges. — J. R. Redstone and Sons. Ltd.. Grey Street. C~ "OACH-BUILDING, when done by us, is carried out by experts, who use the best materials. — J. R. Redstone and Sons. Ltd., Grey Street. ' VEHICLES that are properly done up will last twice aa long- Let our experts handle the work.— -J. R. Redstone and Sons. Ltd., Grey Street. YOUR 'Motor Car repairs, if entrusted to our staff, will be carried out to your entire satisfaction. — J. R. Redstone and Sons, Ltd., Grey Street. IMMEDIATE Possession.— Four nice rooms and conveniences, only five riiinutea from town, Childers Rd. ; £250 rash; price only £575. — Apply at once, C CJ. Pietsilfc.- Lowe Street.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLVII, Issue 15250, 24 June 1920

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLVII, Issue 15250, 24 June 1920

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