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NOTICE. "~" TERMS OP AnVERTISEMENTS. THE price of Advertisements in this Paper is 2.1. Gd.for 8 lines of Space —3d. for each uddiiional line: — half-price for every subsequent insertion. All Advertisements will be inserted and charged until countermanded ; such order to be sent to the Office in writing two days previous to publication. Advertisements mvsl be left at the Office by Monday Morning of tho same ucclc. srnscimrioNs. The terms of Subscription arc 7s. Gd. per Quarter, or 30.9. per annum, payable in advance. COMMUNICATIONS. Jill Communications to the Editor are requested to be addressed to the Office of the " Taranaki Herald", Devon-street, where the Paper may be obtained. r The "Taranaki Herald" is extensively circulated in all tlie neighbouring Settlements, the Australian Colonies, the Cape of Good Hope, and also in the Mother Country. AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. OMATA— Mr. Newsham. Auckland— Messrs. Williamson and Wileon. Whanganui— Messrs. Taylor and Watt. Wellington—" Independent" Office. Nelson— Mr. Elliot. Canterbury—" Lyttleton Times" Office. Otago—" Witness 1 ' Office. The LIVERPOOL and LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. F3TABI.ISHED 1836 — EMPOWERED BY AfcTSOF PAHUAMENT. The nmonnt of capital subscribed exceeeds,£l,6oo,doO. The lialilily of the Proprietors i» declared Irj tho Company'! Acts of Parliament to be unlimited, g BUSINESS. Insurance against Loss By Fire of Property of every description. Life Insurance in all its branch?*. Insurance op Leases roa Yt.ars, by which the value of Properly so held is mado equal to Freehold. Agents for New Zealand: WILLIAM BOWLKR, RON, & Co , Lnmbton Quay, Wellington COOKSON, BOWLER, & Co., Lyttelton. Forms of application, &c, may be obtained of Mr. A. 11. GAINE, New Plymouth. TARANAKI MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. A ,1/RCTURE on MINERALOGY, J\ 'by Mr. F. 11. Gleduill, will be delivered at the School House, Vivianstrcct, on Tuesday Evening next, at 7 o'clock. C. T. BATKIN, Hon. Sec. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE PROVINCE OF NEW PLYMOUTH. xpiENTLEMEN,— The first act which \JC you are called upon to perform under the New Constitution h the election of a Superintendent. The limits of a brief address will not permit a detnil of the duties to be imposed upon that officer ; but it may be safely asserted thftt they will be varied, important, difficult to execute with entire satisfaction to the public, and sufficient to occupy all the time and attention of the person who ventures lo undertake thorn. I am, nevertheless, prepared lo ofler you my services as Superintendent. Though I may bo deficient in ability, I possess the needed industry and resolution for the office ; and should you elect me, will devote myself entirely to tho work of giving energy and effect to those Representative Institutions which ate the sole guaranteo of good government. I have tho honour to be, Gentlemen, Your most obedient servant, J. T. WICKSTEED. Omata, December G, 1852.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Taranaki Herald, Volume I, Issue 19, 8 December 1852

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