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Electoral. '" iTTTILECTORAL DISTRICT OF EDEN il NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. y i I hereby notify that I have received tlx c Nominations of the following persons a c Unndidhles to represent this district in tin ,1, House of Representatives:— Bollard, Jolin Piiimer, Jackson BKNJ, GILMKR. Roturnins Officer. Electoral District of Eden. Star Chambers, Shortland-sireet. Auckland. Moremh«r 26, 18%. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF EDEN LICENSING POLL. s j a In pursuance of The Alcoholic Liquors Sal( .. Control Act, Amendment Act, 1896. I, lionjamir 1 Gijmer, Returning Officer for the Electoral Dis I tiict of Eden, hereby notify that, a Licensing Poll of the Electors of the said District will b( held nn the 4th day of December. 1896. being the day appointed for the Electoral Poll, anc: aimuitaiicously therewith, and at the several polling placebo! the said District to determine :— 1. Whether the number of Licenses existing in the District is to continue. 2. Whether the number of Licenses existing in the District is to bo /{educed. 3. Whether xo Licenses are to be granted in the District-. JJENJdMIN GILMEK. Returning Officer, Electoral District of Eden. Anckland, 27th November, 1896. WAITEMATA ELECTORAL DISTRICT. The following Nominations of Candidates for the House of Representatives have been duiy received :— JACKMAN, WILLIAM UENBY IIEATHCOTE, Of Whakapirau, Farmer. Monk, Richard, of Woodhill, Farmer. J. MORRISON KING, Returningl OfQccr, Waitemata. Warkworth, 28th November, 1896. YTT AITEMATA ELECTION. MR W. HEATHCOTE JACKMAN Will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS Nov. 28—Lucas' Creek School Nov. 30—Dairy Flat Doc. I—VVnioui mo THE ELECTORS OF THE CITST OF AUCKLAND. Ladies and Gentlemen.— Having some months ago decided to retire from Political life, in order to devote my v hole time and attention to my own business, it was not my intention to offer my services ti> any Electorate at the forthcoming General Election. But it having been urged upon me that at the present juncture in our political affairs some sacrifice of personal interest is necessary, in order to ensure the return of some Members who have had previous Parliamentary experience, I have, after mature consideration, and at the earnest request of a very large number of Electors within your Electorate, resolved, at great personal sacrifice to myself, to seek your suffrages at the forthcoming Eleo'ion. Being a Native of your City, and having served fifteen years' apprenticeship in the House of Representatives (four years as a Minister of the Crown), you will have had ample opportunities of judging whether my Political Views accord with yours; if they do and you consider me worthy to Represent you, and do me the honour to return me as cue of your Representatives, you may rest assured upon my safeguarding your interests in every possible way, aud serving you to the best of my ability. Yours faithfully, EDWIN MITCHELSON. Dargaville, November 25,1896. T A B 0 U R. ARTHU R ROSS EE, The Labour Candidate, WILL SPEAK as under: FIRE STATION Karangahape Read, TONIGHT, at 8 p.m. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, Ponsonby, __ Oji MONDAY EVENING, at B_pvm. T> It OH IB IT-lON /CAMPAIGN. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY*, WESTERN PARK AT 3. Helping: Hand Band. Rots. W. A, Sinclair, A. Peters. Messrs J, Foster and It. French. Recitation. "A Plea for the Children." by a Young Lady GREY-STREET FIRKRTCLL at 7-"X Rays on a Barrel of Beer," Mr W. J. McDern.otfc OPERA HOUSE, 8.15-Chairman. Mr S. C. Brown. Speakers: Mr Geo. Aldridsjo, Itev. I W, ,F. WiiMarus. Quartet and Chorus, Srriko Out the Top Lino. Recitation. Mise Grindrod. '■ Isafrol's" Appeal to the Womeu. Helping Hand Band Collection at tho evening meeting;, which we wi*h to be a substantial ona, to help in the work. MONDAY NIGHT. OPEN AIR LTMI-XTGHT LECTURE ™ the Grounds ok the Baptist Tabkknacle ikmdly lent for the occauiou.i Lecture by Mr G*>o. Aidridge. I\leetina;3 for every night in the week. Laok out for advertisements. _ K. FRENCH, Secretary. "mf AN UK A U ELECTORATE". ill - MRBV/CKLAND will address the Eicctors of us under :— PAPATOI-.TOK-On MONDAY, Nov. 30, in Old *cotc!i Chnrcta RBMUBKA—On TUESDAY. Dec. 1, in the UhuiiU'l'A Kali ONEUUNGA-On WEDNESDAY, Dec. 2, in the Public Iraii ELL. RSLIE Oa THURSDAY. Dec 3, in Cairns' Hall Meetings at 8 p.m. <P IT V E LECIOKAT£ U i MR C. E. BUTTON | Will j ADDRESS THE ELECTORS ! Throughout the E'ectorate on the following ' dates, viz.: " ' ; ST. GEORGE'S HALL. Newton—MONDAY ■ 30th inst, at 8 o'clock " '| PONSONBY HALL. .Ponsonby-TUESDAY. I Ist Docevnl)1!1, sit S o'clock ' | ■ ST. JAMKti' HALL. Wellington-street— WED- ' NHiSUAY, 'r:v.d Decembar, at S o'clock PA KNB L L "PLECTOEA X? SAMUEL VAILE Will have the honour of Addressing the Else- - tors at i BONAVENTURA HALL, PARNELL, 30th | " inst. ' WAITB'S HALL, MOUNT EDEN ROAD, ! i Ist December. j VICTORIA HALL, 2nd December. l NEWMARKET HALL, 3rd December. j j Afternoon Meetinffs for the especial conveu- j ■, enco of Ladies and of Gentlerneii unable to iticntl in the oveui?it«. will be ln.ld at 3 p.m. at MOUNT EDEN. Ist Dec. ! - Mr, Vaile earnestly solicits the active co-op i ration of all Ladies and Gentlemen interested n securing; his return to Parliament. OA bi N~K L L ELBCTORATE. 0 -VJII F. LA WRY C Vill Address tlie Parnell Electors in the Now- £ larkot Hall on MONDAY, the 30th inst., at C o'clock. Mr Lawry's committee and supporters trill aagt s=£6K rOess a£ puMio meetipg,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume XXVII, Issue 283, 28 November 1896

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XXVII, Issue 283, 28 November 1896