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Amusements ST. GEOEGE'S CHUBCH SUNDAY SCHOOL. AN ENTERTAINMENT, kindly given ( by St. George'b Choir, in aid of tho funds of the School, will take place at the School-house, EoUeaton ttreet, THIS (Tuee* daj) EVENING, Dec. 21st, 1875. SONG 9, DUETS, GLEES, &a, &o. To conclude with a Dance. ADMlSSlON:—Entertainment, Is j Entertainment and Dance, 2s. Doors open at 7.50, to commence at 8. 1600 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A CONCERT and DANCE will be given in the Academy of Music on TUESDAY, 28ih instant, by the Members of the Choir of St. Francis' Catholic Church, Shortland, usjsiited by Ladies and Gentlemen at the Thames and from Auckland, in Aid of the Fund for Repairing the Church. Programme in future iisue. Tickets may be had from any Member ol the Committee. 1692 Academy of Music NEW LOCALS. WH. REED will give an ENTER- . TAINMENT at the above place of amusement on FRIDAY EVENING NEXT, December 24th, assisted by all the principal talent on the Thames. W. H. REED WILL SING THREE NEW LOCAL SONGS. "Naral Brigade Picnic," " Dcputationizing," and " The late Election." W. H. Reed will play the banjo and sing W. H. Reed will play the violin W. H. Reed will play the piano W. H. Reed will play the concertina WV'H. Reed will play the double flutes W. H. Reed will play the piano and concertina together W. H. Reed will play the bones W. H. Reed will play the tambourine W. H. Reed will play upon a toy fiddle, value Is 6d . W. H. Reed will sing in double voice W. H. Reed will dance and sing till further orders Further particulars will be duly announced. 1613 Election Notices TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT OF THAMES. ri ENTLEMEN,—I beg to offer myVX ■ ■'•'' '"'■■ '■ ■"■■" i.■■■'":'" self as a CANDIDATE for the honor of being returned at the ensuing General Election as one of your representatives. I shall take early opportunities of personally placing before you my views on public questions. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, , . . J.. E. Macdonald. Thames, 17th December, 1875. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT OF THE THAMES. GENTLEMEN,— I intend to seek your suffrages at the forthcoming Election of Members of the General Assembly. I shall take an early opportunity of addressing you on the various political questions mm occupying public attention, and believe my views will accord with those of the great majority of this community. . I am, Gentlemen, Yours obediently, W. Bowe. Grahamstown, 24th November, 1875. 1445 Charles Joynt BEGS to inform his Friends and Customers that he Has Opened 176 Packages OF GROCERIES 70S THE CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR. 30 Pkges. best brand Teas, Ex Heeo, from Melbourne. C. J. begs to return thanks to all his Customers for the kind" support given him during tha last seven years, and hopes to retain that Custom by trying to give all the satisfaction in his power. Families waited on for orders. Goods delivered. POLLEN STREET, SHOETLAND. December, 1875. 1572 Mercantile Loan and Discount Company, GBAHAMSTOWN. nn HE Company is prepared to Discount Bills,. X Advance Money upon personal or other security, repayable by monthly or' quarterly instalments. Sums of £5 and upwaids advanced on deposit of, deeds — Freehold or Leasehold—Bills of Lading, Bonded Certificates, Shares, or other tangible security. All transactions and advances made without delay, if security approved of. [ Applications to ba made to the Secretary, Edwin Biiwet, Albert street, Grahamstown. G WALLER, Wholesale and Retail • Tobacconist, next the Bank of New Zealand Brown-street, Grahamstown.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Thames Star, Volume VII, Issue 2173, 21 December 1875

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