Election Notices OLERIDGE ELECTION. MR W. B. TOSSWILL invites the ELECTORB to MEET him at Hood's Accommodation House, on FRIDAY, the 17th December, at 7.30 p.m. 12-13 3577 TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CHEVIOT DISTRICT. Gentlemen, —I have the honor to offer myself as a candidate for election as your representative in the General Assembly. 12-4 3306 LEONARD HARPER. IN pursuance of The Regulation of Elections Act 1870, I, Caleb Whitefoord, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of KAIAPOI, do hereby give notice that by virtue of a Writ, bearing date the 6th day of December, 1875, under the Public Seal of the Colony, an ELEC TION will be held for the return of ONE qualified person to serve as MEMBER of the House of Representatives for the said Electoral District, and that the NOMINATION of Candidates will take place at the Court House, Kaiapoi, at noon, on the 18th day of DECEMBER, 1875, and that the Poll, if necessary, will be taken on the 21st day of December, 1876. CALEB WHITEFOORD, Returning Officer. The following are the Polling Place for the Electoral District of Kaiapoi:— The Resident Magistrate's Court, Kaiapoi; The Resident Magistrate's Court, Rangiora. The Boad Board Office, EyTeton. The Government School Building Woodend. 12-10 3511 -T7" AIAPOI BOROUGH COUNCIL. ELECTION OF MAYOR. The following Candidates have been duly NOMINATED for ELECTION as MAYOR, viz.:— KERR, EDWARD GEORGE WEARING, GEORGE HERBERT And I hereby give notice that tfce Polling will take place at the Council Chamber, on Friday next, December 17tb, 1875, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Forms will be supplied at the Polling Booth. G. F. HEWLINGP, Returning Officer. Borough Council Chamber, Kaiapoi, December 14th, 1875. 1216 3728 ELECTION. In pursuance of The Regulation of Elections Act, 1870, L Edward James Lee, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of SELWYN, do hereby give notice that by virtue of a Writ bearing date the sixth day of December, 1875, under the public seal of the colony, an Election will be held for the Return of ONE Qualified Person to serve as MEMBER of the House of Representatives for the said Electoral District, and that the NOMINATION of Candidates will take place at the Road Board Office, Leeston, at noon on the 27th day of DECEMBER, 1875, and that the Poll, if necessary, will be taken on the 30th day of December, 1875. EDWARD J. LEE, Returning Officer. The following are Polling places for the Electoral District of Selwyn :— Road Board Office—Leeston. Public Library—Dunsandel. The Schoolhouse—Springston. The Schoolhouse—Halkett road. EDWARD J. LEE, 12-16 3739 Returning Officer. pOLBBIDGI ELECTION. In pursuance of the Regulation of Elections Act, 1870. I, Edward James Lee, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of COLERIDGE, do hereby give notice that by virtue of a Writ bearing date the sixth day of December, 1875, under the Public Seal of the Colony, an ELECTION will be held for the return of ONE qualified person to serve as MEMBER of the Houseof Representativesforthe said electoral district, and that the NOMINATION of Candidates will take place at the Road Board Office, South Rakaia, at Noon, on the 3rd day of JANUARY, 1876, and that the Poll, if necessary, will be taken on the 6th day of January, 1876. EDWARD J. LEE, Returning Officer. The following are the Polling Places for the Electoral District of Coleridge :— Road Board Office—Rakaia Township. ' Road Board Office—Ashburton. Nixon's Woolshed—Upper Ashburton, School h ouse—Hororata. The Public Library—Malvern. EDWARD J. LEE, 12-16 3740 Returning Officer. Hotels. "O A S T E R N TT O T E L, Corner of Cashel street and East town belt. The alterations to the above ' being now complete, visitors can obtain all the accommodation of a FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL, Superior accommodation for Single Gentlemen. Private rooms for Families. Inspection invited. 10-16 1779 J. H. HALL, Proprietor. BRITISH FAMILY HOTEL, LYTTELTON (Opposite Railway Station). This Hotel is replete with every comfort. Passengers by steamers, commercial men, visitors, and families will find the best accommodation at reasonable charges. An excellent bath-room. Meals at all hours. 8-20 9822 J. PIERCE, Proprietor. "D AIL WAY HOTEL, DOYLESTON. J. BLACKER begs to announce that his Hotel being completed, he is now able to provide such accommodation to those who may favour him with their patronage, that nothing shall be wanting on his part in adding to the comfort of those who .may favour him with their support. Wines aud spirits of the best quality. Meals at all hours of the day. Well aired beds and suits of apartments if required. 12-1 3185 Funeral Notices NOTICE. H. SCRIMSHAW, having purchased a first-class hearse, with plumes, &c, also a mourning coach, and every other requisite, is now enabled to CONDUCT FUNERALS In town or country, in the most approved manner, and at less cost than any other house in Christchurch. Note the address —H. BCBIMSHAW, Undertaker, next A 1 Hotel, Colombo street, Ohristchurch: 12-1 2159 THE Friends of Mr W. Priston are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, to leave his late residence, the Borough Hotel, To-morrow (Friday), at half-past two o'clock. H. SCBIMSHAW, 12 16 3741 Undertaker. THE Friends of the late Mr George Wilkinson Drayton are respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence, Riccarton road, on Friday at 3 pm. H. FUHBMANN, 12-16 3715 Undertaker. .LODGE, 1048, E.G. The Brethren are requested to MEET at tbe Canterbury Masonic Hall, on FBIDAY NEXT, at 2.30 p.m., for the purpose of attending the Funeral of the late Brother Wm. Priston. Mourning regalia—white gloves and necktie. Visiting Brethren are invited. By order of the W.M. 12-16 3737 J. FABRALL, Hon. See.
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