WRITTEN TENDERS for the above works will be received at this office until 11 a.m. on Friday, the 25th Jan., 1907. They must be addressed to the Chairman, and marked outside “Tender for contract No. (and name of work). - ' ■Specifications and drawings can beseen at this office. Also for No. 3042 at Messrs Mac Gibbon and Co’s Ltd, G-oro and Mataura ; for No--3079 at Mr Jas. Handyside's store, Waikaia ; for No. 3080, at Mr J. MdDougall’s, Riversaale ; for No. 3082 as Mr W. L. Taylor’s store. Woodlands ; for 3083 and 3085 at Mr C. Robinson’s store, Kapuka ; for 3084, at Mr John Dempster’s, Edendale. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. N.B.—A deposit in cash or marked cheque must accompany each tender amounting to 5 per cent, on same. A. J. SERVICE, County Clerk & Treasurer. Southland County Council Office, Invercargill 17tn Jan., 1907.
TO-DAY (SATURDAY), At 12.30. WEEKLY MARKET. WM TODD AND CO. hold their weekly market in Rialto — Pigs, Poultry, White Rabbits, Spring Dray, Covered Express, Rustic Cart, Tank and Stand, Shackloek Range, Walker Grate, 20 Bags old Potatoes. Duchess Chest D.I. Brass Mounted Bedsteads, and Wire Mattress, Oval Table, Kitchen Tables, Iron and Wood Cots, Couch, Chest Drawers, Cedar Table, Kapok Bed Dinner Sets, Jugs, Cheese Dishes, Pictures, Boots and Shoes, Books, Lamps, etc. JA. MITCHELL & CO. will sell by . auction in the Prince o£ Walt 3 Yards on SATURDAY, JANUARY 19th, At 11 a.m.— 28 DRAUGHT and Light Horses Gigs, Dogcart, Station W r aggan, 2 Expresses, Rabbit Carts, etc. On account Mr Jno. Tish, Dallington, Christchurch—--1 TRUCK Light Horses, including the pacing gelding Enchanter, 5 years by Rothschild. 1 4 YEAR-OLD Gelding, fay Bellman 2 POLO Ponies, and others. Tanglefoot ! Tanglefoot! N r O Signatures and License required. Sticky and tricky, and six sheets for 6d, EKENSTBENS’ Variety Depot.
McKAY BROTHERS -Will fell In the EXCHANGE Sale Rooms Esk-st. to-day (SATURDAY) es under—--12 noon—Cows. 12,30 p.m.—Poultry, also about 12 homing Pigeons. 12.45 p.m.—Pigs. 1.30 p.m —lo Bags old Potatoes, Oats Wheat, Peaches, Apricots, and Plums. 2 p.m.—Furniture and Effects, comprising Sideboards, Duchesse Chests, Chest Drawers, Dresser, Beesteads, Suite Furniture, etc. Also 3 new Pianos just landed and 3 Second Hand. Mr Evan Roberts, the leader of the Welsh religious revival, is not in a satisfactory state of -health. He has for some time past been resting- at Great. Glen, Leicestershire, as the guest of Mrs Penn-Lewis. In reply to air invitation to attend a series of meet ings which are being arranged for young people in Qlam.organsih.iie, he says ; ‘T should be very glad if I could be, with you to meet the young people, but as I am away from W'ales at present I cannot come. I found the meetings at Llandrindod greatly tried my strength, and I still require further rest. May the Lord bless you abundantly, and reveal to the young men the Word of the Cross as the power of God."On Sunday last sermons were prea. ched in all the Protestant Churches in Nelson in denunciation of gambling.
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 47, 19 January 1907
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 47, 19 January 1907
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