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IN pursuance of the Regulation of Elections Act, 1870, I, Edward James Lee, Beturning Officer for the electoral district of Rakaia, do hereby give notice that, by virtue of a writ bearing date the sixth day of March, 1874, under the public seal of the colony, an Election will be held for the return of Two qualified persons to serve as Members of the Provincial Council for the said electoral district, and that the nomination of Candidates will take place at the School-house, junction of Hororata and old South roads, at noon, on. the thirtieth day of March, 1874, and that the Poll (if necessary) will be taken on the sixth day of April, 1874. EDW. J. LEE, Returning officer. The following are Polling Places for the Electoral District of Rakaia:— School-house at the junction of the Hororata and old South roads. School-house, Hororata. School-house, Kowai Pass. EDW. J. LEE, 3-20 3125 Returning Officer. ' TN pursuance of The Regulation of ElecX tions Act, 1870, I, Edward Circuit Latter, Returning Officer for the electoral district of The Bays, do hereby give notice that by virtue of a writ bearing date the sixth day of March, 1874, under the public seal of the colony, an Election will be held for the return of one qualified person to serve as a Member of the Provincial Council for the said electoral district, and that the Nomination of Candidates will take place at the Schoolhonse, Okain's Bay, at noon, on Saturday, the fourth day of April, 1874, and that the Poll (if necessary) will be taken on the eleventh day of April, 1874. E. C. LATTER, Keturning Officer. The following are Polling Places for the electoral district of The Bays :— The Schoolhouee, Okain's Bay. The Schoolhouse, Pigeon Bay. E. C. LATTER, 3-19 3076 Returning Officer. IN pursuance of The Regulation of Elec tions Act, 1870, I, Edward Uircuit Latter, Returning Officer for the electoral district of Wainui, do hereby give notice that by virtue of a writ, bearing date the sixth day of March, 1874, under the public seal of the colony, an election will be held for the return of oue qualified person to serve as a member of the Provincial Council for the said electoral district, and that the nomination of Candidates will take place at the Schoolhouse, Duvauchelle's Bay, at Noon, on Tuesday, the seventh day of April, 1874, and that the Poll (if necessary) will be taken on the fourteenth day of April. 1874. E. C. LATTER, Returning Officer. The following are Polling Places for the electoral district of Wainui :— The Schoolhouse Duvauchelle's Bay. E. C. LATTER. 3-19 3077 Returning Officer.

IN pursuance of The Regulation of Elections Act, 1870, I, Edward Circuit Latter, Returning Officer, for the Electoral District of the town of Akaroa, do hereby give notice, that by virtue of a writ bearing date the sixth day of March, 1874, under the public seal of the colony, an Election will be held for the return of One qualified person, to serve as a member of tbe Provincial Council for the said Electoral District, and that the nomination of Candidates will take place at the Resident Magistrate's office, Akaroa, at noon, on Thursday, tbe second day of April, 1874, and that the Poll (if necessary) will be taken on the ninth day of April, 1874. E. C. LATTER, Returning Officer. The following are Polling places for the Electoral District of the Town of Akaroa. The Resident Magistrate's Office, Akaroa. E. C. LATTER, 3 19 3078 Returning Officer. TO THE ELECTORS OF CANTERBURY. Gentlemen, —A writ having been issued for the Election of Superintendent of the Province, I again tender my services to you in that office. Should you do mc the honor to re-elect mc, no effort will be wanting on my part to merit a continuance of the confidence you have hitherto reposed in mc, and to promote the best interests of the people of the province. I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, WM. ROLLESTON. Christchurch, March 19th, 1874. 3-20 3094 TO THE ELECTORS OP THE CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH, Gentlemkn, —A new Council being about to be elected, I take the opportunity of resigning into the hands of the electors of the City of Christchurch the important trust for so many years past committed to my CnSrPG Thanking you at the sirae time for the honor done mc, and venturing to express a hope that I have not betrayed your confidence, Your obedient servant, 3 20 3122 HENRY SAWTELL. AVON DISTRICT. Electors of tbe Avon District—Don't promise to vote for anybody, just keep quiet and you will then know who to vote for. Wynn of course is certain, but who's t'other 1 Yours, 3-20 3131 PAPANUI.

TO THE ELECTORS OP P A. P A N U I. that I retain the confidence you have twice before placed in mc. I offer myself for RE-ELECTION as one of your Representatives in the Provincial Council. . .. . Having to leave the Province for a time, I shall be uuable to be present at the Nomination ; but if returned, I will endeavor, as heretofore, to further the interests of the District and the Province generally. Your obedient servant, 3-20 3117 J. T. PEACOCK. TO THE ELECTORS. OF THE RICCARTON DISTRICT. Gektlemen — The Provincial Council having been dissolved, I have the honor to offer myself for re-election as one of your ! representatives. I have much pleasure in inviting you to meet mc on THURSDAY, the 26th instant, at 8 p.m., in the New Schoolroom, Riccarton. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant. 3.20 3m WILLIAM B, TOSSWILL,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Press, Volume XXII, Issue 2689, 20 March 1874

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