1 f CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL. * fTTENDERS are invited for some NEW j I ill BUILDINGS at the Cemetery Be- | serve. Plans and specifications at my j I ipffice. Tenders to be sent in to the Town 1 faerk on or before MONDAY, JULY the I 7th. i i r C. WALKDEN, City Surveyor. ' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TEMPORARY TRANSFER OF LICENSE. I MARGARET GEORGE, of Woolston, 9 being the holder of an hotel license i in respect of the house and premises situate ; at Woolston, and known as the Heathcote , Arms Hotel, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, and will forthwith apply to the Licensing Committee to have the i said license TRANSFERRED temporarily to Hubert Coughlan, who has purchased the said house and premises.—Dated the 26th day of Jone, 1884. 6-271688 MARGARET GEORGE. Election Notices. TO THE ELECTOB9 OF CHRISTCHURCH SOUTH. I BEG TO NOTIFY to you that I am a CANDIDATE for the honor of REPRESENTING youintheNEXT PARLIAMENT of New Zealand. 6-26 1630 JOHN HOLMES. J4 MEETING of MB HOLMES* FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS Will take place in the BACKROOM OF THE ODDFELLOWS' ! - HALL, LICHFIELD STREET, ' ON' MONDAY JJEXT, 30th INST., At 8 o'clock p.m. Friends and supporters respectfully invited to attend. -:—•=-... Forms of application to be put on roll can be obtained at Mr Holmes* Booms, High street (Simpson's Buildings). 6-27 1682 STANMORE. TO THE ELECTORS OF THIS BOROUGH. a ENTLEMEN, —At the request of numerous friends I beg to offer myself as a candidate for your suffrages-st the next general election. I am, Gentlemen, Yours Truly, OLIVER WANSEY. -Arborfidd, New Brighton. 6-26 1621 STANMORE. ML* E tf" a ns c y WIL_ ADDRESS THE ELECTORS OF THIS DISTRICT WEDNESDAY EVENING NEXT, (D.V.) AT THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL, EAST TOWN BELT, At half-past seven o'clock. 6-28 Major Slater in the chair. 1712 TO THE ELECTOES OF THE HEATHCOTE DISTRICT. TV> NOT PLEDGE YOUR VOTES. A C A NdT DATE Of the Right Sort will COME FOS.WARD IMMEDIATELY. , 6-27 1677 TO THE ELECTORS OF THE AVON DISTRICT. GENTLEMEN,— At the request of many friends in this District, I beg to OFFER MYSELF as a CANDIDATE for your suffrages at the Coming Election, and will take an early opportunity of calling Meetings to Addressyou. I remain, Yours faithfully, 6-27 1663 W'M. DUNLOP. TO THE ELECTORS OF HEATHCOTE. GENTLEMEN,— I have the honour to inform you that I intend to ask you to return mc again as your representative in Parliament. 6-24 1624 H. WYNN-WILLIAMS. ~ ST. ALBANS ELECTION. JL MEETING oFThE GENTLEMEN INTERESTED IN THE EETUBN OF ME F. J. GABBICK FOE ST. ALBANS , Will be held at the MERIVALE SCHOOLROOM, .ON SATURDAY EVENING NEXT, the 28th INSTANT, At 7.30, For the Purpose of Electing a Committee. A Full Attendance of Mr Gal-rick's Sup--6-27 porters is requested. 1674 ST. ALBANS ELECTION. m c f. jT a AEEiOK REQUESTS THE ELECTOES OF ST. ALBANS TO MEET HIM. AT TEH MEBIVALE SCHOOLROOM, ON MONDAY EVENING NEXT, JUNE 30, At 7.30 p.m., When he will give expression to his views on the Leading Political Questions of the Day. 6-27 1700 TO THE ELECTORS OF THE AVON DISTRICT. fl ENTLEMEN,—I have the honor to inform you that I intend to offer myself as for your VOTES at the forthcoming Election. I shall be glad to MEET the ELECTORS of the Papanui portion of the district at TOWN HALL, PAPANUI, OS SATURDAY, At 7.30 pjn., In order to state my views on the various . questions of public interest. LEONARD HARPER. Notice of other Meetings will be given shortly. 6-27 1676 TO THE ELECTORS OF COLERIDGE. jTi CANDIDATE fo* the honor of again REPRESENTING yen in PARLIAMENT, and shall take the pleasure of Addressing you before the Election. 6-271681 DAVID McMULAN*
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