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Election Notices. TO THE ELECTORS oy the ASHLEY DISTRICT: to OFFER MYSELF a3 a CANDIDATE} for your support at tho COMING ELECTION for the ASHLEY SEAT in the House oi Representatives. In a few days I will have the honor of laying my views before you. 1730 MARMADUKE DIXON. ASHLEY ELECTION. M R M. D J x ° N WILL HAVE MUCH PLEASURE IX '-"MEETING TII E ELEC TO R S OF THE ASHLEY DISTRICT* At the following placos and dates :— SATURDAY, 21st JULY, Southbrook. MONDAY, Ton JULY, Loburti. TUESDAY, 21TU JULY, Stoke, at G p.m,; Cust, at S p.m. WEDNESDAY. "25tji JULY, View Hill, ITS 4 ASHLEY ELECTION. ENTLEAIEN.-I liave been asked. Do I V* I'AVOK the licndingof tho HIBLK IN SCHOOLS? I answer NO; but I do approve the Reading of the Hook of Nchcmiah, Chanter v. and reieroneej thereto, on Next Sunday. Repii, mark and inwardly digest. Opposition Candidates are requested to enlarge thereon. 1555 TO THE ASHLEY ELECTORS, ENTLEMEN.—iIr Dixon ridicules *he idea VT of a State Bank.- Now many people laugh at his Sun Spot Hobby! But I ask, is ridicule a ryumen! ■.' Mr' Sunnders represents the duly of 33 per cent, upen salt a.? an oppressive lax upon farmers. But lam told that twopenny worth of salt is SiiilSciciit to euro a pis:! I therefore ask can this orator lie a stale ;man ? Yet each of the libovc ncntlcp.ica appears to fceli ye himself to be, n:>t only a lit, and proper person to represent Hie Ashley district in Pnr~ liament, but to take command oi" the " Ship of jbe State." Now I claim ihat the chief importance of returning mys-It to Parliament will lie in the fact thiit sit th:: iioxt General Klcctlon other cundidiit 's will come forward on tho same lines as mjvfilf, ar.d will bo elected by grand niajorities, ami tho.r we should then have a free a_d intlpjjp.ndent Parliament. I invite Electors to MEET mc at EAST KYiIKTON, W EST EYRE TO N, M> may Next. [ W EST OXFO RD, gl Tueeday Next, H AT EIGiIT O'CLOCK, P.M. B)15 JOHN JULES VERRALL. Rashley election. te «• R ALFRED OAUN DE R S E INCITES THE I ELECTORS OF ASHLEY I TO MEET HIM— aAt Southbrook, on S.itarday, at 8 p.m. KAt E Ist Oxford Town Hall, on Monday, at 8 1 W p.m. I lAt Sioko. nn Ttiesday; at G p.m. I I—t Cust, Same Evening, at 8 p.m. the courtesy of Mr Dixon, Mr Blunders will Aildress the Klectore at tho Mices above advertised at the Close of Mr HH-on's Aduress. imlr Saunders very muuh regrets 'that, owing jr> the early date of the Klection, he will be 1111. ablo to Address the Electors at Loburn, West JEyrt'i-on, WeMi Oxford, Woodside, and Carle ton. »UTH WAIMAKARIRI RIVER BOARD. 1 EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. S"N consequence of the occurrence or an B Extraordinary Vacancy in the meinber-ebii-p for tiie Sub-Ui3Tict of Heathcoto, I Bvoby irive isoticf?, in pursuance of the River ■oani's A'-r.. i5W>, ard Hie Kegulation of Local eieuiioi:s- Ace, ibiG. ihat an ELECTION o" SiNK PICR-ON as Member of the Board for Bhee.iia S-ib-districi will tm held on FRIDAY, Khe tenth d-iy of August, 1883. I Ntin'.iuutions, in iho form set forth in the Becond schciluje of the l{ej;ulation of Local Wlectir.nb Act. I>.-7G. must be addressed h> the Ker;irni;ig O.iicff, and .delivered at the HeathSjto R.iuii i;oard OiHce, Ferry road, b fore on Tuesuay, the twenty-fourth day of B_jhl\- ISSB. JX HENRY ALLISON. Tr Returning Officer. Cbriatchurcli, July 17th, 1888. 1752 Sporting. NEW f(BAND £J XX RATIONAL STEEPLECHASES. UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE C.J.C. The above Races will be held ox THE CHPvISTCHUr.CH RACECOURSE, ON THURSDAY. JULY 26th. First Race. 12.30 p.m. Frequent Trains. CHAS. J. PENFOLD. Secretary. NOTICE. TIIE foUov.insr MERCHANTS and OTrTFPS havn AGKKKD to CI.OSK rheir O* Kl' KS ar 12iioononTlIUKSDAY, July 26th, thedatT o' the Grand National tstceplcchas? Meeting. The above holiday has rucuived the approv a.! of the Chanibw of Comniarci , . nud all Jvlcrchants and others are requested to join in closing their ofticea on that day. Miles and Co. N. '/.. Ix>an and MerDalgetv and Co. caniile Agency Co. Hnrpef and Co. Midland Railway Co. G. G. Stead. James Henderson. P. Cunningham. J- Uird. Gould, Beaumont, and Wilding and Lewis. Co J- B- Gresson. Union' Insurance Co., Izard and Louehnan. P^ r Garrjck. Cowlishaw, T>. Dcvenish Meares and Fisher. Warre Hockley, and Duncan, Cotteril!. and (j o Martin. Arthur and C\ Acton Adams and Kipi?ciauflers :vnd Co. penberpcr. Naiion.UMortgageand R. D. Thomas. Agency Cot H. Wynn \\ illiams. Acland, Barns, and Co, A. E. G. Rhodes. South British Insur- Edward Recce and mcc Co Sons. X. '/.. Shipping Co. Wood, idhand. and Co. N. /.. Insurance Co. lah:> Coursing CouTtSINCJ. N.Z. WATERLOO CUP. OWING to the Postponement of the Dnncdin Plnmptcn Meeting it has been decided to EXTEND the TIME for receiving nominations till 4 p.m. on SATURDAY M_A 1, July 2lst lbß °

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Press, Volume XLV, Issue 7124, 21 July 1888

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