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TUAPEKA HOSPITAL. mHE Third Monthly Meeting of the -*- Committee of Management of the Tuapeka Goldfields Hospital will be held at the Surgeon's residence (at the Hospital), on Tuesday, 31st instant, at 8 p.m. H. C. RICHARDS, Secretary. RACES. RACES. RACES. TvONT FORGET to call at the SHAMROCK BOOTH. J. DONOVAN, Proprietor. CARDS OF THE mUAPEKA p ACES (Under the Authority of the Tuapeka Jockey Club), Will be obtained on the Morning of each Race Day, at all the Booths on the i Ground, or at the " TUAPEKA TIMES" OFFICE, I (Old Union Bank), PEEL STREET, LAWRENCE. THE ILLUSTRATED ■VTEW 'ZEALAND TJERALD, A monthly journal for Home readers, published for transmission by the Panama Mail. THE APRIL NUMBER Will be delivered in Tuapeka on Wednesday first, April 1, containing nine local and general Engravings, together with a splendidly executed TWO PAGE SUPPLEMENT ENGRAVING The Reading matter, extending over forty columns closely printed, comprises a complete summary of events for the month ; together with the first of a series of Tales, specially written for the "Herald," and original articles on the various subjects of local and general importance. Published at the office of the " Illustrated New Zealand Herald," Staffordstreet, Dunedin. Parties desirous of having copies transmitted by the mail, can have the same sent direct from the office, on receipt of a remittance (Is. ld.J Orders made payable to R. O. CARRICK. DUNEDIN PRODUCE REPORT. March 21, 1868. Mr. C. W. Lorenzen, Produce Salesman, Jetty-street, reports : — Transactions are confined to small parcels for immediate consumption, there beiug few orders for shipment, and no speculative demand. Oats are ]d. cheaper, but there is no change in any other article. The following are the latest quotations :—: — Wheat;. — 6s. 6d. ; inferior, sb. per bushelFlour.— Colonial, £17 per ton. Seconds.— Ls per ton. Bran. — L 5 ss. per ton. Maize. — 3s. 9d. per bushel. Barley. — 4s. sd. per bushel, Oats. — 2s. Bd. per bushel. ChaE— L4 to L 4 10s. per ton. Hay. — Oaten, loose 14; trussed, L 5 per ton. Straw.— (Oat and wheat), L 2 per ton. Rye Grass Seed.— sa. 6d. per bushel Rye Grass Hay and Clover.— L3 10s. to L 4 per ton. * Potatoes. — New, white, L 5 per ton ; Derwent, L 7 10s. ; kidneys, LB. Peas.— Green, 15s. per cwt. Horse beans, 6s. per bushel. Bone Dust. — None in the maiket. Corn Sackß. — 14s. per doz.

POSTAL NOTICE. Mails close at this office as under : — For Dunedin, Tia Waitahuna, Glenore, Tokomairiro, and all offices between Tokomairiro and Dunedin, daily at 8 p.m., and on Sundays at 10 a.m. For Blue Spur and Wetherstones, daily at 5 p.m. For Beaumont, Miller's Flat, Teviot Junction, Tapanui, Pomahakai Long Valley, Manuherikia, Clyde, and offices beyond Clyde, every Tuesday, at 8 p.m. The office closes, for sale of stamps, issue and payment of money orders, registration and delivery of letters, punctually at 5 p.m The Telegraph Office is open to the public on week days from 9 am to 5 p.m., and on Sundays from 10 to 10 30 a.m., and 5 to 530 p.m., Wellington time. H. W. BARBOR, Postmaster. Po«t-offiee, Lawrence, March 21st, 1868. THE friends of the late Thomas Thomson are invited to follow hiß remains from the Tuapeka Hospital to the Lawrence Cemetery, ajt 2 o'clock to-day.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Tuapeka Times, Volume I, Issue 7, 28 March 1868

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Tuapeka Times, Volume I, Issue 7, 28 March 1868

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