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" A,-' ! l ; '' '__-«*M'--f6teteei.: ':.;'■ ititWm iBMOTORATE MB. T. H. AKSON ' TTKrU-L ADDRESS THE. KLEOTOR3 of W SELWYN as under— f ." "■' THISEVENING, -^"..'"" *^s A -irs»i- JI -s , -^*-i !^f*. Dt !^*irgl*^%r, •WEDNESDAY, December 3rd-Orange Hall, THURSDAY, Deoemhersth-Halkott School. BACH MI_3~TNG AT 8 PJL - Further Meetings Dtdy Adverttesd. -M 7 HALSIVfeLL ELECTION ME ROLLESTON'S SUPPORTERS '■•;,; v Axe requested to MEET OK SATURDAY, NOVEMBER -9TH, IN A ROOM AdJoinlßg the Agrioalttinl aad Psatonl - Aasoclatlon's f At 2 p.m. 619* ASHLEY BLECTORAL DISTRICT. T HEREBY give noSoe that the FOIjLOW--1 TUG PERSONS have been DULY NOMINATKD as CANDIDATES for the above Electorate:— Knight. John George Dance, James Dupre Mereditb, Richard. The POLL for the ELECTION for ONB of the above will be taken on FRIDAY. December 5th,;1890, at the several polling places of the district. CALEB WHTTEFOORD. Returning Officer. Amberley, 27th November, 1890. 5359 gAIAPOI ELECTOR AL DISTRICT. T HEREBY give aotice that the FOLLOW- ■ IJHi PERSONS have been DULY NOMINATBD as CANDIDATES for the above Electorate:— Hoban, William Moore, Riohard. The POLL for the ELECTION will take place oa FRIDAY, December sth, 1880, at tho several-polling places of the district A M MICHAEL LYNSKEY. tteturning ;■ Kaiapol, 27th November, 1890. 6380 iXEOTORAL DISTRICT OF HEATHCOTE. I HEREBY Give Notice that the following .PERSONS have been DUL* NOMINA-'xj-D for the above Electorate :— ' Rhodes, Robert Heatoa Russell, George Warren Tanner, William Wilcox. A POLL for the ELECTION of ONE of the sbovenamed Persons will be taken on FRIDAY, the sth day of December, 1890, between the 9 aon, and 7 p.m. The following are the POLLING PLACES for the Electoral District of Heathcote :— The. Heathcote Road Board Office, Ferry road (principal! . _ ■ . ■ A; The Lin wood Town Board Office, Worcester ' street, Lin wood The Oddfellows' HalL Woolston. W.T. O.'MILLS, 5321 Returning Offl&er. Propertleg for StJe * ••■__' or Sal c. SOUTH BELT, convenient to the City and Addlngton—House of "7 rooms. Sec, with quarter-acre, garden, well fenced and stocked with fruit reaa. Only -ES7S LONDON. STREET, Riohmond-A house of 6 rooms, in first, rate repair, good garden, handy to schools _ A SUPERIOR HOUSE of 6 rooms, bathroom,; pantry, scullery, copper built* ia brick, fitted with marble mantel pieces, tiled grates, electric bells, Venetian blinds, hot and cold water laid to bath and scullery, wide verandah, with over ■-■'■■■ a quarter-acre of land. A most cotoileta * property, 16 minute-*'' walk from the centre «' of tie city. ' _ ' - SOUTH OPAWA-S Acres first class Land, double frontage, well suited for resldenc-s . • SIX -icRKS of 11-Mt-class Land, with House .of 6 rooms, Sec good orchard; convenient! .;' to town, froa ing tram Uae. Low price, eajy tjehas. ' _, , Uj ~ . , J. T^BELL, . "" ' Estate Agent). • . ■... : Jffft X -;.■'.' "A.-"" -A -, Ca-Sedralstioare.^ *I_*loß SALE, a COMPACT FARM of 120 /X"' ACRES, -übdlvidad into six, p-ddccksl •seventy acres in grand crop, with water race x^-_mi--ig-throagh the centre. Fifty acres in -vßngUah grass. • It is -fronting on the Coal Trark road, between Rolleeton and Shand's Track. A four-roomed house, ave-staU stable and nice fruit garden. Half the purchase money can remain on mortgage. ' THOMAS HENLEY. 88,0 Kolleaton. . Properties to Let. . Properties to JL_et BY , . H. L BOWKiBR, 258 COLOMBO* STREET, MARKET PLACE. STANMORE JtOAD—Cottage » rooms aad' Bcullery, 63 per week. PAPANUI RoaD. Norman's road—l 7 ac*fcs first cl**s grazing land. SYDENHAM, Lytcoa street—Nice house a < rooms, 8a 8d par week. ALDKKu STREET—Rouse 4 r-wms and scullery, w-shhbuse and coppeiv 99. AVON STREitT—Four rooms and scullery," 7a Sd. CREEK ROAD. Just off East Belt—House 6 rooms, waahnouee, and copper, lis. ST. ALBANS, Crescent road—House 6 rooms, ba broom, washhouse, aad copper, reac c lWW'.*" " '" "''■ '-■ '..-■• ■* • ■;' STANMORE ROAD, juat over bridge-HouseS rooms, scnllory, . acre land, rent 7s 6d* - OFFIOffi RUAD—HaIf acre, house 6 rooms. - PAPANI I ROADi May's road—Two acres .8: '. roods laud, good garden fruit trees, house's '-' 'rooms, bathroom, storeroom, washhouse and copper, stable and jaraphouse, 2 large " 1 &AllGi]!-i-&&ft 0--FORU TERRACE WEST — Two-storey "' house 10 rooms, stable., hayloft, gas Sttin-js.; DURHAM STRKET NORTH-One aordiand,: capital two-storey house 18 rooms, w__u- . house and copper, two-stall statue, coach- : house; a flrstrcl-tss residence. ' ADDINGTON, Selwyn street—House 7 rooms, iron roof, only 8s par week. SALISBURY STREET WEST—House 8 rooms wasahouse and copper. _ GLOUCESTER STREET. Latimer square— - . Quarter acrs land nicely laid out, first-class house U rooms, gas, Venetian blinds. • . : FENDALTON—Sevea or 11 acres lftad.2 orcbards. house 10 rooms,-stable*, 4&c. , ', : RICCARTON—Eighteea acres land, hoase 10; rooms, furnished or unfurnished. > CRANMBR SQUAItB — Capital two-utoreyi house 17 rooms. PETERBOROUGH STREET —Quarter acre , , ,>' land, two-stc-rev hous« 1& rooms, bathroom, hot and cold water, to lee furnished or uh-. furnished. FERRY ROAD—Shop 18 x 18, .dwelling S rooms, rent 13a, LIN WOOD. Aimagh street—-*- acre, house .3 rooms, plastered. See,; 7s, _ SALISBURY Sißi-ET I*AST-*«torey house of 4rooms; (Satta. MERIVALE LANE—Ccttasps A roama aad outbuilding; Bs,, For farther Properties to Let see "Telegrapa,**: B. L. BOWEER. Market Place. : mmm.mmm. w^M—w- ij ji ———^— mmmmmmmmammm On Sale, w ..i. .1, t • .i I, ~:

ADDINGTON. . ■S"TE EL' B,RO ft : HAVE FOR SALE. S Gigs, 1' spring Cart, 1 Pony Cart, 3 Second-hand SS Buggies, I do Doable, 2 do, Spring Drays, 1 do Batcher's Cart. HUSO, *astaatassH*-i-**iw^ We I_t AN© F O BD, FUBNXSH£NG UNDERTAKER aad CAB PROPRIETOR. 1 The Oldest Firm in New Seaiaad, FURNISHBS FUNERALS with Respeeta nility and Ecoaumy at the Shortest* Notice. please Note tho Address—Work-tope, corner' North aad Esse Belts; Office, 139 Calon-bo Btnet, n-ar'Locargaa's New Drapery Bstao ; iishment. Telephone No. 387. xi qor-msh-aw' **• ot9betai____; ■ FBCU«alsß*ax-Mshedae .' Town off Cto-aa-—r„ a _g*R_f*AM SfREEf SOOTS, ■ -J . .- ■•-* Telephone—No. 430. tr*»---*-**--a-M- , '""--iiiirii-«it-*ifr*ri^^ W. gt-uUSELD, i UPHOLSTERERAND: UNDERTAKSK, 2&5 Cashel stewstW. Fanerals Fora-toed ia the best style at the lowest current rates oa ah-rtoes notieey town oreoanux. ■ . .7*lß mHE Friends of the late Mr R. P. CrosMe -J.- are respectfully invteed to attend his , Funeral, to leave Ms lata mssidence. Retreat* . road, A*t*oa9it*% oa, .Friday,,, November 98£h - J AS. LAMB, Undertaker, «_, v «- »Ll«hfl*Mstwet

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