SSleciion Kotices. KAIAPOI ELECTION. TO THE HON. EDWARD RICHARDSON, SIR,— We the undersigned respectfuHy request that you will allow yourself to be placed in nomination for the representation of the Kaiapoi Electoral District, and pledge ourselves to do our utmost to secure your election. We have the honor to be, Sir, Your obedient servants, A. Ivory, Mayor G. H. BlackweU H. Blackett J. Johnston A. Parsons Edwin Parnham And three hundred and forty-three others. To his Worship, A. Ivory, Messrs Blackett, BlackweU, Johnston, Parnham, Capt. Parsons, and the 343 other gentlemen who have signed the above requisition. have the honor to thank you for the invitation to represent your district in the House of Representatives, and I have much pleasure in acceding to such a numerously signed request. I shall take an early opportunity of addressing the electors. - Your obedient servant, 4-28 9367 EDWARD RICHARDSON.
IN Pursuance of the Regulation of Elections Act, 1881,1, Michael Lynskey, Retiirniinz Officer for the Electoral District of Kaiapoi, do hereby give notice that, by virtue of a Writ bearing date the twentyfifth day of April, 1884, under the hand of the Clerk of Write, an ELECTION will be held for the Return of ONE QUALIFIED PERSON to serve as a Member for the said Electoral District, and that the NOMINATION of Candidates will take place at the Resident Magistrate's Courthouse, Kaiapoi, at noon, on the sixteenth day of May } 1884; and that the POLL, if necessary, will be taken at the several Polling-places of the said district on the twenty-third day of May, 18S4. The foUowing are the Polling-places for the Electoral District of Kaiapoi:— The Coort-house, Kaiapoi, principal The Court-hou«e, Bangiora The School-house, Woodend. MICHAEL LYNSKEY, Beturning Officer. Kaiapoi, April 28th, 1884. 4-29 9416 WEST EYRETON. THE foUowing GENTLEMEN were duly NOMINATED for the ELECTION of two Members of the West Eyreton Road Board, in accordance with notice given as required by the Regulation ot the Local Elections Act, 1876, and the Road Boards Act, 1882, viz :— John Maindonald Isaac Waiting. I, therefore, declare John Maindonald and Isaac Waiting luly ELECTED Members of the West Eyreton Road Board. ROBERT WRIGHT, Returning Officer for the West Eyreton Road Board. AprU 28th, 1884. 4-29 9431 TEMPLETON BOAD BOARD. THE following Persons being the only Candidates nominated to ml the two vacant seats on the Board, namely:— Jeeson, Edward Jones, James I hereby declare the Eaid EDWARD JESSON and , JAMES ,;jONES DULY ELECTED Members of the Templeton Road Board. '"'__' JOHN TAYLOR, ' Returning Officer. April 29th, 1884. 4-30 9478 LAKE COLERIDGE ROAD DISTRICT. NOTICE is hereby given that Messrs R. M. COTTON and F. D. S. NBAVE have been duly NOMINATED to fiU the two vacancies on the above Board, and as they are the only candidates nominated, I hereby declare them duly ELECTED Members of the Lake Coleridge Road Board. GEO. BAKER, Returning Officer. April 25th, 1884. 4-29 9430 SPREYDON ROAD DISTRICT. THE foUowing PERSONS have been DULY NOMINATED to fill the vacancies on the Board of the above District:— Messrs Ashworth, Abraham
% Brizley, William Deal, Charles Garforth, Samuel Petrie, Peter Buchan. A POLL for the ELECTION of TWO of the above CANDIDATES will be taken on TUESDAY, the 6th day of May, 1884, at the Spreydon Road Board Office, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. WILLIAM E. FOSTER, Returning Officer. AprU 29th, 1884. 4-30 9461 KOWAI ROAD BOARD. " ELECTION OF MEMBERS. FTTHE foUowing PERSONS have been X DULY NOMINATED for Election to fill the Two Vacancies on the Board for the above district :— /Mr John Bell John Cameron Frank Courage John Robert Pawsey, Senr. Jesse Wilson. A POLL wUI be taken for the Election of Two of the above-named Candidates on MONDAY, the sth day of May, 1884, at the foUowing places, viz. :— District Office, Baieairn Resident Magistrate's Courthouse, Amberley, and Town Hall, Sefton, Between the hours of 9 a.m. and6p.m. J. STANLEY BRUCE. Beturning Officer. Balcairn, 26th April, 1884. 4-28 9383 Tenders. TENDERS are invited for tie ERECTION of HOUSE at Yaldhurst. Tenders wUI close on Wednesday, April 3»th, and no tender wUI necessarily be accepted. Plans and specifications at MrR. Smith's, 160 High street. 4-26 9310 O BUILDERS. — TENDERS are tovitedfor FOUR-ROOMED HOUSE, _c., for Mr R. Griffiths, near Amberley. Tenders to be sent in by WEDNESDAY. 7th MAY. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Apply at J. A. Rankin's Branch StoTe, corner of Milton street and Colombo street, Sydenham. 4-25 9274 TENDERS are invited for the EREC- j TION of a PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH at Amberley. Plans, Ac., can be seen by applying to Mr J. H. Gelchbist, to whom Tenders must be sent, on or before TUESDAY, MAY 6th, 1884. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepteoV TO BUILDERS. mENDERS are invited for the ERECI TION of a DWELLING in Cambridge terrace. Plans, Ac., may be seen at my Office, where tenders wiUibe received on or before TUESDAY, 6th May, atnoon. The lowest or any tender win not necessarily te Theodore b. jacobsen, Architect. Office—Grain Agency's BuUding%^^^^^ -RENDERS are invited for BUILDING 'X » COTTAGE at the City Councfls Cemetery Swerve. cation ai my office. to the Town. Clerk not later than Monday, the 12th of May next. ____ C. WALKDEN, CitySU _!^ O 94so _9th April, 18?4. 4 " 30 **"
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