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1.. -—•:—-—---;:--- -.■ .-,.-...-,.-.-..--..- . r i__________________________j \ UCKJ-AND■ "- HAbBOUB' ' "BOARD.; ELECTION OF THREE, MEMBERS. . 1 . Notice la' hereby given that, in accordance \ wjtb the Local Elections and Polls Act,: IWS. >the follbwlng persons have been' Nominated for the Office of Members (3) ot tbe Auckland Harbour Busrd:— '■'< '••B_AB„g»/»Al_B_ i '_'fcri_t''i : ''' ; '. '''■' CRAIG, jdfIEPH JAMES; ' .„.' DACRE, CHARLES CRAVEN ,: ,1 _Ms,9i_ JwmMmßr ■....... ;,..„ ■ HEATHER, HAROLD DENNETT 3 HOLOATE,-'.WILUAM-- DOUTHWAITE And that the Polling will take place at the Qfficea of - tho Aucklaad .Harbour Board, Quay-itreat, on' MONDAY, March '»th, _W; between'the hours of 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. ■ -'■'!''. ■'-: ■'" '' "•- NOTE. — No proxies will be received from Incorporated and Limited Companies unlets the Corporate Seal ot the Company la Impressed thereon. ' , '; "•'-'- - ••._>: L.PRIMB, ■"' **> Returning Officer. Auckland Harbour Board Office, March 22nd. 1006. I'—r !SJBP-. ■' ■"■ .-"....■ -y. ■■. h,....> >■■■ - ! A UCKLAND HARBOUR BOABD. A ELECTION. TO PAYERS OF DUBS AND BHIPOWN- «... ~..,--■..• ?BS. .. -, -- . '..., LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— In response to the request of a largo: anmber of Bloctots, ''i'loffof/ myself as a candidate for your suffrages at the forthcoming Harbour Board Election. If elected, I will support a safe progressive policy of . lisrbour .Works, and further aa far aa laya it my power the Commercial and -Shipping Interests ot our Port and City. Youra faithfully, WM. D. HOLGATE. '"'''' ' . AUCKLAND JJARBOUH T>OABD -.-.'. ELECTION. xj f jyjONDAY JTBXT. LADIES AND GBNTLEMEN,— I am a candidate for Re-electloo as a Member of the Board; and confidently aolleit lour Vote and Interest. I am not ea any ticket; am not the nominee of any company or party, My interest la the public Interest. It having been loduetrlonaly circulated that I am In favour of tbe Board taking over the receiving and delivering of cargo, I giro this atatement aa emphatic denial. Faithfully yours, .!' J. U. B&ADNBXr QITY QOUNCTL ■DV.-LECTION. MB. P. J. NBBHBNY desires to thank all those Ladles, and Qeatle—en who so kindly proffered aaalatanee towards bit Candidature fore Beat on tbe city Council. Seeing that bis action helped to bring about the withdrawal of all the Candidates, and resulted la the saving of expense to tbe City, aad considerable Inconvenience to tbe electors. Mr. Nerheay veatures to bespeak for himself a renewal of their support at the forthcoming General Council Election, ■which will toko place on the 2Rh April, 180 ft. S3 rjAHB CITY OF AUCKLAND COUNCIL. ELECTION OF COUNCILLOR. # EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. Ia pursuance of "Tho Municipal Corporatloos Act, l««," "The Local Blectidu aad Polls Act, 1808," aad amendments thereof - Public Notice Is hereby given tbat anElection of One dull qualified Councillor for the' City ot Auckland Council, to fill tbe Extraordinary Vacancy caused by tbe Election ot Caartaa D. Grey, Bag., to tho Office of Mayor at the City ot Auckland, will take place oil WEDNESDAY, tho 14th day ef April, MOS. Nomination Papers will be reeelved. If signed by two duly qualified Electors of tbe dlatrtet. and by a Qualified Candidate. In token of assent to such nomination, ad. dressed to the Returning Officer, end delivered on or before Noun of WEDNESDAY. I the Ith day of April. WOO, at the City of 1 Auckland Council Office, Coburg-straeL la the aald city, or by the Returning Officer, It the sum or Three Pounds sterling Is deposited with such nomination. Nomlaatieß Paper* ma/ be procured at tbe aald Office, or from tbe Returning Officer. !-«•"■ V. ÜBSHBB, Returning Officer. ! 28, H.M. Arcade, Queen-attett, '.I I " = ■ I ' ' ' BOOTS AMP SHOES. rXO TO g T)ONALDSON. ' KBYBEB PASS, NEWMABKET, FOR BOOTS ABD SHOES. ' MADB TO OBDEB AND BBPAIBED OM SHORTSBT MOTICB. 1 TOHNSI'ON BBOA ■ Offer a Terr large selection of Boota slid Shoes, at Lowest Cieh Pi Ices. JOHNSTON BROS. "r Sell-Men's and Women's Goloshes and Foot holds, at usual wholesale ratea, jOHNBTON BROS. Have received New Season's lines In _ Felt SHppcts - big variety. JOHNSTON BROS, " Keep.large stocks of Tan Goods. Im- , ported and local; good quality. j BROS. ——— " Offer Ladles' Evening Shoes, from 3/lL Cfehta.' from 5/0; many prices. JOHNBTON BROS. "Show Mens Lace Boot* from »/» to US/; quality good; prices low. MIT 2 »——■———M—^M,^ T» L A G V E. Several Deaths In Sydney this week. i"on Will > TPJBEADNOUGH* If you rid your bouse of Hats; they carry .' Plague. , 8000 BATS KILLED THIS WEES j... In Auckland with: OOMMON-SENSE ,BAT EXTERMINATOR. . S-rtsAt Protective of Plague. L." : ,.;..;,, o/A, ; poSt' fres •'■ ;'■."•; :, > v lEadu'sh tor 40 Hat»>. display I

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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