Business Notices. XfVIAS 1896, NEW YEAR 1897. "|ZER,NOHAN, McCAHON & CO. XV- have much pleasure m wishing their numerous Customers the Compliments of the Season and Many Happy Returns. As usual they have PROVIDED LIBERALLY FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON, And their Stock will be found SECOND TO NONE IN QUALITY AND PRICES. New Currants, Raisins, Sultanas, Almonds, Prunes, Peel, Essences, Cordials,, Jullies, Spices &c. . &Llr 'XJSt CFIRST-OLASS CONDITION AND AT MODERATE PRICES. American Desert Fruit, Apricots, Pears, and Peaches at ls per tin. HAMS. HAMS. HAMSA Splendid lot of McCallum's First Prize Mild Cured Hams at7id per lb. Guaranteed Dairy Fed and Handy Sizes. AULSE BROOK'S CELEBRATED BISCUITS IN GREAT VARIETY. Preserving Sugar Company's No. 1 Sugar Iceing Sugar Loaf Sugar ALL AT LOWEST PRICES. A handsome Almanac presented to every purchaser of One Pound of Tea during this month. A great variety of packets to choose from. Albo, PORE CEYLON ORANGE PEKOE, Imported Direct, the Best Tea m the Market. SPECIAL PUBCHASB. Burnished Brass Preserving Pans from 8s each. Splendid Value. Enamelled Preserving Pans from 3s 6d each. Unequalled. Enamelled Ware m Saucepans, Stewpanß, Frypans, Piedishes, Mugs, Clips and Saucers, Candlesticks, at ; popular prices. ' : JUST RECEIVED— The New " BHEZT " Ladies' Shoes. 2 Strap Tan at 6s 6d per pair 2 Strap Glace at 7s 6d per pair 2 Strap Blk Canvas at 5s 6d per pair. All other sorts of Boots and Shoes Remarkably Cheap. Crockery, China and Glassware, Cutlery, Bmshware, Jam and Jelly Jars and Glasses.. All at the most reasonable prices. ORDERS BY POST PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. " Telephone 65. KERNOHAN, WoCAHON & CO. CORNER NORTH AND CROSS STREETS, TIMARU. NoticesLEVELS COUNTY COUNCIL. TEN PER CENSJ. ON RATES. ALL RATES which are NOT PAID on or before 14th day of January, 1897, will bear an additional charge of TEN PER CENT. (2s m the £), as authorised by Sec. 60 of the Rating Act, 1894. A. E. SAUNDERS, County Clerk. I THOMAS HOWLEY, Returning 9 Officer for the Electoral District of TIMARU, do hereby give public notice that the following is the number ofvotes received by each candidate at the poll taken on the 4th instant : — WILLIAM HALL- JONES ... 2181 FRANCIS HENK* SMITH ... 1541 And I declare WILLIAM HALLJONES DULY ELECTED a Member of the House of Representatives of the Colony of New Zealand for the Electoral District of Timaru. THOMAS HOWLEY, Returning Officer. Timaru, 9th December, 1896. LICBNSIfo DISTRICT OF GERALDINK. IN Pursuance of "The Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Act Amendment Act, 1895," I hereby give Public Notice of the resuit of the Local Option Poll taken under the provisions of the said Act. .NUMBER OF VOTES RECORDED. That the Number of Licenses ex- > isting m the district continue 1938 That the Number of Licenses existing m the district be reduced noo That No Licenses be granted m the district ... 1422 The total number of voters whose votes were recorded at the poll was 3575, and, as the number of votes recorded m favour of the proposal that the existing number of Licenses m the district continue is an absolute majority-of the total number of voters as aforesaid, I hereby declare such proposal to be carried. Dated at Temuka this Ninth day of December. F. W. STUBBS, Returning Officer. LOST — A Pound of " JOKO" TEA, ' marked 2s, will glady give 2s 6d for it. II is the Beßt Tea at the Price I ever tried.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Timaru Herald, Volume LX, Issue 2265, 10 December 1896
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