Election Xotlcc»« ASHLEY ELECTION. Jxlb Jβ A, INVITES THE ELECTOBS TO MEET HIM AT WEST EYEETON SCHOOLBOOM, MONDAY, 28th INST., AND AT SWANNANOA SCHOOLBOOM, TUESDAY, 29th INST,, 11-26 Half-past seven o'clock. 2449 rriHE SPEECH on Church Property, Finance, JL Taxation, Public Bank, and Localism (not having been fully reported by the papers) will be DELIVEBED, by request of many electors resident in the electorates surrounding Christchurch, at the ODDFELLOWS' HALL, Lichfieid street, ON MONDAY, 28th NOVEMBER, At 7 30 p=m. Auckland, Dunedin and Wellington papers are invited to arrange for reporting it, especially aa Sydenham ie the largest constituency in New Zealand. Those electors of Sydenham who have not yet heard mc are invited to avail themselves of this chance. J. W. TBEADWELL, Candidate for Sydenham. The Mayor of Christchurch has kindly conBented to take the chair. 11-18 2085 J TO THE ELEOTOES I or thb CITY OF /"IHBISTCHUBCH. mayobal"elechon. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN —Havrag -LJ received a Requisition from a large number of R-tepsyers of long standing, to allow myself to be Nominated as a Candidate to fill the high office of Mayor of this City, and having acceded to the request, I now respectfully ask for your confidence and support. My residence and business experience in Christehnrch extend over twenty years, during two of which I served as one of the City Councillors, and if elected to the Mayoral Chair it will be my aim to superintend the affaire of the Municipality bo that progress, coupled with such economy as may be compatable with the dignity of the office and the welfare of,the city, will be the result. I beg to remind you that the Election takes place at the City Council Chambers on WEDNESDAY, 30th Nov., 1881, and agaia (solicit your confidence and support. I am, yours faithfully,
IHEBEBY GIVE NOTICE, that M*i JAMES GAPES has WITHDBAWN hia [Name as a Candidate for the Office of Mayor. ' I GEO. LESLIE LEE, r Bsturning Officer. I Christchurch, 26th November, 1881. 1.. . ■..".„._,„-■ .. gta Education Department, Wellington, 15th November, 1881. TENDERS are invited for the supply of i BREAD, MEAT, GROCERIES, FUEL,, CLOTHING, IRONMONGERY, and other Necessaries to the Industrial School at Burnham from the Ist day of January to the 31st day of December, 1882. Tenders, to be addressed te J. E. March, will be received up to noon on the 10th day of December next, at his office, where General Conditions and Specifications may be seen. The. lowest or any tender'; not nooeagarily accepted. . .- - ' By order, JOHNHISLOP, 11-25 2390 Secretary. THE HOSPITAL AND CHARITABIEi AID BOABD require the services of a duly qualified person to act as MATBON to the Chiistchnrch. Hospital. - Fnll particulars as to duty and salary can bt obtained from the undereigned* to whom appli cations, with testimonials, are to be J sent b noon of TUESDAY, the 29th instant. J. E. MABOH, Secretary. - Board Boom, Chxistchnrob Hospital, November 14th, 1881. 11-21 216 NEW ZEALAND BAILWAYS. ALBUBY TO FAIBLIE CREEK AND BUBEE'S PASS BEANCH BAILWAY. TIMBER BBIDGES OONTBACT. BITTEN TENDERS will be received a this office until Noon of MONDAY the sth December, 1881, for the above oos tract. They are to be marked on the out side, " Tender for Timber. Bridges Cot tract," and addressed to the Hon. th Minister for Public Works, Dunedin. Tele graphio tenders, similarly addressed and marked will be received if presented at any telegrap offioe by noon of the same date, provided tha written tenders are lodged at any District c Resident Engineer's Office by the same hour Drawings, specifications and general coadition may be seen at this office and at the Pnbli Works Office at Christchurch, and at the Pos Office, Timara. The lowest or any tender no necessarily accepted. By command, W. N. BLAIR, Engineer in Charge M. I. Public Works Office, Dunedin, November 21st, 1881. « 11-21 2152^ WAIMATE PLAINS- . Crown Lands Office, Patea, 16th November, 1881. FURTHER SALE of 10,000 ACBES of BUBAL LAND for Cash, at Public Auction, and ob Deferred Payments on appli-
cation. BUBAL BUSH LAND IN THE KAUPOKO, NOT, NGAEBE, HAWEBA, AND WAIMATE SUBVEY DIBTBIOTB. EieiDBNCE Not Gompdlboet. 14 Sections (about 2500 acres; of Land in the above Districts mil be open for application on DEFERRED PAYMENTS on Monday, 19ih December! at Patea and Hawera; and 72 Sections (about 7500 acres) on sale by public auction, for OABH, at Hawera, on THUBSDAY, the 22nd December. Tee Sections in Blocks XIV. and XV., Kanpokonui, abut on the continuous reserve between the Manaia and Aurora roads; in Block 211., Kanpokonni, and Block IX., Njjaere, west of the Waingongoro stream and Ettham Bailway Station. The bush is mainly light timber, soft woods, and a few rata. Land is well watered. The. Sections in Block HI., Waimate, are about two miles inland of the Town of Manaia, about half being open grass lands, the remainder tight bush with clearings. The Sections in Block 1., Hawera, adjoin the railway line from New Plymouth to Hawera, ; and are abeut two miles from the Normanby Station. Land level and partially cleared. | Contested applications for any of the De-ferred-payment Sections will be decided on the 22nd December, at Hawera. Full particulars may be obtained and place inspected at any Land Office in the colony. C. A. WBAY, 11-24 2267 Commisaioner of Crown Lands. Ctoeds en Sale. "P O B Q A L E, Ojftffc COEDS FIREWOOD, price 1% Applyi at once* to— _ J^BOW^ a d. tjiUtt SALE, Wtitechapel DOG OABT; -P K»t PrUa at A. and P. Show, ISB*. Guaranteed first classj. Also, Second-hand CABBTEBS* CABT, up to t«ro tons, in firstrate order. Boon ah» Stsvnub,. Steam Carriage fljgh
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