JSlection Notices COLERIDGE ELECTION^ ]t1 B J E B S O N WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS AT GLENTUNNEL—SchooIroom, on SATUBDAY, November. 26th KIBWEE—Boad Board Office, on MONDAY, November 28th, 11-24 At 7.30 p.m. 2344 AVON ELECTION. TVT B T?O LLESTON ', Invites the ELECTOBS OF THE AVON DISTRICT TO MEET HTM AT IHB PAPANUI TOWN HALL, THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, 11.24 At half-past seven. 2388 ! LINCOLN ELECTORAL DISTBIOT. Mbm b a. priyc"""™" Requests the ELECTOBS TO MEET HIM At GREENPARK on WEDNESDAY, November 30th, At 7.30 p.m. 11-21 2177 AKAROA ELECTION. Mb W. Montgomeby Bequests the ELECTOBS OF AKABOA DISTBICT TO MEET HIM AT LITTLE BIVEB, SATUBDAY EVENING, 26th TAT TAPU, on MONDAY EVENING, November 28th. Christehnrch, 15th November, 1881. 11-16 1939 LINCOLN ELECTION. ~~ Mb H. "We -Peeyman Invites the ELECTOBS OF THE LINCOLN, ELECTORATE TO MEET HIM At the DISTBICT SCHOOLROOM, BBOADFIELDS ON WEDNESDAY, EVENING, NOV. 30th, 11.26 At 7.30 p.m. 2301 TO THE ELEOTOBB 08 , THE KAIAPOI ELECTORAL DISTBICT. ENTLEMEN,—At your request, lOFFEB \JK yon MY SE K.VIOES to represent you in tfae ensuing session of Parliament. I shall AD* DRSSS "SOU as under :— KAIAPOI INSTITUTE, on MONDAY, November 28th. at 7.30 ____ BANG JOB A LITEBARY INSTITUTE, on TUESDAY, November 29th, at 7.30 WOODEND DISTBICT SCHOOL, on WEDNESDAY, November 30th, at 7.30. I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, J. W. ELLEN. Papanni, November 24th, 1881. 11-26 2468 "TO THE ELECTOBS OF STANMOBE. /"N ENTLEMEN,—In compliance with the XX request of many Electors of the district, I have consented to be NOMINATED as a CANDIDATE for your suffrages at the coming ELECTION. I shall have pleasure in affording you the opportunity of being acquainted with my views on public questions. Should you do mc the honor of electing mc, I shall devote my best efforts to promote the interests of the district and the colony generally. Yours faithfully, 10-14 530 WM. FLESHEB. SYDENHAM. TO WILLIAM WHITE, JUNB., EBQ. DEAB SIB,—We have much pleasure in asking you to allow yourself to be NOMINATED as a CANDIDATE for a seat in the House of Representatives for the Electoral Dietrict of Sydenham. Should you accede to cur request, we pledge ourselves to use our beat endeavours to secure your return. Signed by 313 Electors of Sydenham. TO THE ELECTORS SIGNING THE ABOVE REQUISITION, /"I ENTLEMEN,—I have much pleasure in Of acceding to your request to allow myself to be nominated for your district, and tender you my baafc thanks i'or the numerously and infiuentially signed requisition. It is my intention to meet the electors at an early date, when I shall take the opportunity of addressing you on the various questions of public interest. Yours faithfully. 11-71671 W. WHll'li], Jttkb. TO THE ELECTOBS OF STANMOBE. /GENTLEMEN,— I am informed that Mr \JK Pilliet is Spreading a Report that I have caused or procured his dismissal from the staff of the "Telegraph" newspaper. The report is wholly untrue, and is circulated golely as an electioneering dodge. I have never directly or indirectly attempted or used my influence to procure hia dismissal, or in any way interfered with his engagement on the staff of the "Telegraph" or any other newspaper. lam,yours, &c., 11-25 2363 W. P. COWUSHAW. CHEISTCHUECH NOBTH ELECTION. IN pursuance of the Regulation of Elections Act, 1881, I, GEORGE LEBLIE LEE, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Christchurch North, do hereby give notice that, by virtue of a writ bearing date the 9th day of November, 1881, under the hand of the Clerk of the Writs, an ELECTION will be held for the Return of ONE qualified PEBSON to serve as a Member for the said Electoral District; and that the NOMINATION of Candidates will take place at the City Council Chambers, Worcester street, Christehurch, at NOON, on the 2nd day of December, 1881, and that the POLL, if necessary, ■will be taken at the same place, on the 9th day of December, 1881. The POLLING PLACE for the Electoral District of Christchurch North is the CITY COUNCIL CHAMBEB, WOBCE3TEB BTBEBT. GEO. LESLIE LEE, Returning Officer. Christchurch, 11th November, 1881. 11-12 1762 TO THE ELEOTOBS OF THK CITY OF /"IHBISTCHUBCH. \^___ MATOEAL EJECTION. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN—Havhg JLJ received a Bequisition from a large number of R tepayers of long standing, to allow myeelf to be Nominated as a Candidate to fill the high office of Mayor of this having acceded to the request, I now respectfully ask for your confidence and eupport. My residence and business experience in Christchurch extend over twenty years, during two of which I served as one of the City Oonnallorß, and if elected to theMayoral Chair it will be my eim to superintend the affairs of the Municipality so that progress, coupled with met economy as may be comp&table with the digmty of the office and the welfare city, will be the result. I beg to remind you that the Elecboatakes place at the City Council Chambere en WEDNESDAY, 30tu Nov., 1881, and again solicit your csnfideace and support. I am, yours faithfally, 11-28 2485 C. B- TAYLOB.
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