oeb3 Utibcrfements. FOR SALE, Ex Vistula, @ AJeiaide, ADELAIDE SUPERFINE FLOUR A in 100 lb. and 200 lb. bags Jams in 1 and 2 lb. tins W. Weston. April 13, 1565. FOB SALE, Ex Star of Tasmania @ Canterbury, PRI M E FEED OAT 9. W. Westom, April 13, 1865. FOB SALE, KAURI SCANTLLSG, BOARD and PLANK. I'lank 9 xl| and 12x2 Scantling 4 x 3, 4 x 4, (5 s 2, 4 x 2 Board 12x1, 14x1, 32 x |, 7x| AT BEbUGKD i'iilUKd. Apply to G. BnOADMOBE, Mount Eliot. April 13th, 18G5. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE TOWN OF NEW PLYMOUTH^. Superintendents Oltice, • New Plymouth, 12th April, 1865. GENTLEMEN,— 1 have the honor to inform you that I have resigued my seat in the General Assembly to which you did me the honor of electing me, aud that the Provincial Council concurs with me in the propriety of my doing so. 1 take the earliest opportunity of acquainting you with it, aud at the same time to thank you for the trust and confidence you reposed in me. On Saturday (This Day), the 15th instant, at 4 p.m., I shall be happy to afford you any information or explanation, you may desire, ut the Masonic Hall. 1 have the honor to be, Your most obedient servant, Chas. Brown, Superintendent. WANTED, a general female SEIIVANT. Apply to Mrs. A. S. Atkinson, Beach Cottage. NOTICE. f I IHE Bank of New Zealand will be closed L on Monday, the 17th instant, (Easter Monday.) NOTICE. OF EEMOVAL. M. E. HARRIS, Plumber, Painter, Glazier, &c, BEGS to express her gratitude to the public of New Plymouth for past favors, and still solicits their kind patronage. She has removed her business premises from Brougham-street to Liardet- street, nearly opposite the Wesleyan Chapel, where orders will be thankfully received and punctually attended to. TERMS REASONABfcFT $ April 14, 1865. SUBSCRIPTION BALL. In commemoration of the TARANAKI ANNIVERSARY BACES. To take place at the MASONIC HOTEL, On TUESDAY, 25th APRIL, 1865. STEWARDS : D. O. Wodsworth, Esq., Surgeon H.M. 70th Kegt. Captain Chozieh, H.M. 43rd L.I. Captain Blytii, H.M. 43rd L.I. Chas. Win. Howard, Esq., H.M. 70th Regt. Captain Mace, T.M.S. A. Standfsh, Esq. Captain Percival, T.M.S. Gentlemen's Tickets, One Guinea. Ladies' do., 10s. 6d. Tickets only procurable from Stewards. Application for Tickets must be made not later than Thursday, 20th April, 1865. The Bands of the 43rd and- 70th Regts. will be iv attendance. WILLIAM HALSE, NOTARY PUBLIC, New Plymouth.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Taranaki Herald, Volume XIII, Issue 663, 15 April 1865
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Taranaki Herald, Volume XIII, Issue 663, 15 April 1865
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