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AM INERS' UNION HALL. TO-DAY (WEDNESDAY). Exhibition & Sale of Wort BY ST. GiiOßfiE'S SUNDAY SCHOOL. SHO W opened by Mr Ja». McGowan at 2,30. V g'and Display of Good, Useful Article 1 . Every artiole marked in phin figun', md very low. -A !'. new, and of tho very hit 'materia!,—Thon there are sevo'al aiticlis to beautify and ornament tbe homo. . , Plie teaohers and children of si. Goorge'e Sunday School exp ct all fritnt's to pay a visit and to purchase. £ DMIBMON, 6d, Children .half piioe. MINERS' UNION HA LL THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14th.' GRAND CONCERT By the Pupils' and Friends of Mrs Maktin. PROCEFDS IN AID OF H URAKI BUASS BAND. • .j©- DANCE TO FOLLOW. i'iont,seafe, 2s; Back Is. • ; ' F. M. SYMS,' Acting Secretary, WAIHI GOLD MINING COmT TANY IYRESH TENDERS will bo received up T to Noon of IUEBDAY, 19th Decernber, for the FORMATION OF £6 CHAINS OF WATER RACE at Waikino. Plan and specification to be seen at Company's Waikino Office, Ground will be shown on SATURDAY, the Ith, end MONDAY, 18th hißt., starting from tho Battery at 'Waikino at 9 am. (Signed) H. P. BARRf, Superintendent. Waihi. Uth December, 1899. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF THAMES. RESULT OF POLL. T THOMAS WILLIAM OLaflK Re A> turning Officer for the Eleotoral District of Thames, hereby notify that the following is the aggregate Number of Votes received by each Candidate at the Election on the sixth dr,y ofDrsember, 1899:GREENSLADE, Henry James.... 1389 McGOWAN, James. 2573 TAYLOR, Edmund Harvey..'. 717 Informal 71 JAMES fIfcGOWAN, having received in the aggregate the greatest number of votes, I hereby declare him the DULY P.LECTED Member of the House of Representatives for the above district. T. W. CLARK, „ P'fturaing Officer. Thames, December 11th, 1C99SALE BY AUCTION 1 . THURSDAY NEXT, the Uth Inst, At 12 noon sharp. Sale of Privileges JOB THAMES JOCKEY CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING. MESSRS WEST AND CO. WILL soil bv Auction at the Academy of Mus'o on the above dat j all the RIGHTS and PRIVILEGES of the Thrme-; Jockey Club's Bummer Meeting, to bo held on the 26th and 27th Insts:— GATES GRAND STAND ENCLOSURE AND SADDLING PADDOCK

PUBLICAN'S BOOTHS ■ GRAND SfAND BOOTH REFRESHMENT BOOTHS RACE CARDS Terms: Cash on the fall of the hammer. WILLIAM H. POTTS, Seoretary.

Joseph Palmer, (REGISTERED) ' Pharmaceutical Chemist Sliortiand, ljam'3 ri HE Liberal and Inoroasing Patronage I afford'd by his Sboctland friends has nduced Mr Paiheb to draw the attention of the Thames and upcouutry publio to the following of Ms Unuvalled SPECIAL REMEDIES:-, Palmer's new dißOOvery for Comrhs, C aids, lufluonza, and Lung Troub'os of all deroilp-tions-Sifferers are r une3tly invi -:d for their own>kes to juy Mr Palmer an early Palmer b Great Remedy for Weak Digestions, Sluggish Livor, Debi'ily, and Diseases of tho Stomach--A truly modern medicine; a trial will effectually convinco that a Real Speoifio has been f uund for these common but Borious oomplsints PalmerV Cure for Gout, Rbeumatiem Sciatica, Lumbago' l and kindred oorapjaints —A Cure is. almost oortain, Relief is absolutely so Palmer's Unrivalled Worm Remedy The p evalenoe of wormß h the oaso both of ohildrfn and adults in New Zealand is not fu'ly recognised as being tho origin of numerous sei !ous disorders. Mr Palmer has devoted special attontion to tho cure of all worm troublrs whether recent or of long standing, and also (which is of great importance) to their fu uiv pi-evention Mr Palmer receives, almost daily, uns lioitcl testimonials of his most gratifying Buoce;.' in this direotion J, PALMER, CHEMIST Shortland, Thamos. B\ SPECIAL &j$ WARRANT. | THE , STUDIO, 1 NETOPOTKLAm

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Thames Advertiser, Volume XXIX, Issue 9510, 13 December 1899

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