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Tenderer . NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. COAL BUPPLY, 1894. New Zoaland Government Railways, Head Office, Wellunton, 13ih Octobor, 1893. WRITTEN TENDER 3 will be received at this Office until noon of Monday, the 20th Novtmb:r, 1893, for the Supply and Delivery ot Co.l for the Niw Z°alund» Railways. They must be a-ldrewed to the Now Zealand "Ruilwny Comroiseionerß, and marked outside "Tender for Coal " Spec nmtions can bo Been, and forms of tender obtained, at tho offices ot! the Railway Managers at Auoklanl, Naoier, Waogauui, New Plymouth, Nelson, C!:ris' church, Dunedin, Invercarßill, and tho So ob Manager's Office, Wellington The lowest orany tender will notnecessnrily be ncco» ted, and telegraphic tenders wll not bo entertained. By order of the L'ommisßi oners. R. C ARROW, bs6'i ; Stores Manager. general' election. To the Electors of the New Plymouth (JonUituency. LADIfiS AND^ENTLEMEN.Within a few weeks you will io culled upon to record jour vo is for ;> ( aadidbte to represent you in Farlinmi «•', onl" in acoT.ionco wi h uu influent i il requisition, I have tne honor to oil r myself for jour ipproval. Moat of yu know the viewa I held on tlje maiu q<ns tions of iho day, and you have h»d befoie a record of the courso I pursue-! during tho ei^ht jears 1 Berved you in the Houte of Represpntatirea. I bive notling t-» change and but little to amplify,, lam making arran^tmeLt? to meet you in tha Vdriom Districts of the ConstitneDcy, when I hope to lay before you a satisfactory programme Yours faithfully, ROBERT TRIMBLE Inglewood, 28th Ootobpr, 1893. blGOm PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, QUEEN STR Kl\ ANNIVERSARY SERMONS will ba ■** preathel To -mo mow (Sundaj), Octobor 29ih. Mornimr, ut 11, Rtv. J Nixon; evening, a 7, Rev W. 11. DBk^r 'lEAon Tmms-DiY, November 2nd, at 6.30 Ticfeetr, Is each. AddrcsßOß by Ministers anl friends. Mueio by the choir. bls9ai NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. EGMONT a> & P ' SHOW^; ' AT , , . • ' Hawera. 2ni November, 1893, ON THCRSDAy, 2nd , November, ibe train usually 1< aving HiWera at 1,50 p.m. for .New Pl y mouth will not leave till 5.40 p.m.; Inglewood, 755 p.m.; Sentry liill, 835 p.«o. ; arriving Now Plymouth at 9 10 p.m. A train will leave Wuitara at 8 10 p.m.\ for Senrv Bill, returning from S ntrj Hill at 8.35 p.m. for \V'{.itaro. Ex^ur-.ion tiik U to Hawera will le issued at New Plymouth, Norfolk Road, and intermediate stations, available for return on day of issue only. Fares : First class, 7s ; second class, ss. For further particulars sac posters. bls7h BY ORDER. . Sale of Work * AND Q-ift A. uct i° n will be held on or about DEO E*M BE R 7 to raise fun^s for re-furnirhing tho Wesleyan Parsonage, and to pay off {the Circuit Debt. Donations will be thankfully received at tho PnrEonoge or by Ihe S' crctary. Sewing meetings held in the schoolroom every alternate Thursday. E. DOUGLAS, . 1 b4Bh Secretary Lariiei' Sowing Guild* ' SPECIAL MEDICAL NOTICE. UJ..CLAPHAM, from the Kelson Sanatorium and HydroElectropathic and, Botanic Institute; will vhit New Plymouth Tuesday, October 31st, and remain long enough to give one full course ooff f trf atment, and may be consulted, free of charge, at Mis Weale's private residence, Currie -street, on and after the abuve date. Mr. Ciapham, who is the founder of Clapham's Combination Treatment of Morbid, lVmonaiy, and Constitutional Diseases, has all the latest medical appliances requisite for the successful carrying out of same. Fits, Nervous, Spinal, Liver, Kidney, Complicated, Special,- and Organic Diseases have been treated with the happiest results, which has been endorsed by the Press and public. blsß n TARANAkThORTIC ULTU R AL SOCIETY. ■ _ . fr TENTH ANNU^ -\. Spring Show, To bo held in the DRILL HALL ON THURSDAY, NCXV. 23rd. Entries clone on Td*:-day, 2 1st N'jvembar, ot 8 p.oj. " Schedules may bo obtained oa application, C. E. BELLRINGF.R, nil sa Hon Sec. STRATFORD. LfOR BALF-,— Tho Gojdwill of Lcuce * of 140 ane Bection, on inotnllo^ roa'l, quite olosu to tho township. About 100 acrea ioarass; good 4 roomed hoaee ond o'JtbniMhpß Rent low, nnd )■. Dg term. Price modornte. F. P. CORKILL NEAR INGLEWOOD. FOR BALF,— A go d Lons< Inld. Very Cbtap bJ54m F. P. COBKILL.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Taranaki Herald, Volume XLII, Issue 9840, 28 October 1893

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