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PUBLIC NOTICES. *fTT E ARE BUYERS OF COCKSFOOT RYEGRASS OATS. CANTERBURY SEED CO., 12 CATHEDRAL SQUARE. SPRINGS ROAD DISTRICT. ■"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the TWO lx BRIDGES on LEESTON ROAD, next Ellesmere station, are UNSAFE for TRACTION ENGINE TRAFFIC. Persons using them will do so at their own risk until repairs are executed. By order. HENRY NEALE, Clerk to the Board. Springston, February Ist, 1896. 2827 E. S. HARLEY, 208 Hereford street, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR, COMMISSION AND FINANCIAL AGENT, HAS the following TRUST FUNDS TO LEND on approved Freehold Security, at 54 per cent, interest, viz. :—£4ooo, £1300, £900, and £600, subject to subdivision, to meet requirements of borrowers. ADVANCES MADE UPON WOOL, GRAIN, FROZEN MEAT, And other Produce for Sale in London or the Colonies. GRASS SEEDS OF NEW SEASON'S GROWTH PURCHASED AT HIGHEST MARKET RATES FOR CASH. 1473 THE BLACK BALL COAL DEPOT. SOUTH BELT, near COLOMBO STREET. t TT|O-B_E SCREENED HOUSEHOLD COAI* UNSCREENED COAL NUTS SMALL COAL (Screenings) , COKE FIREWOOD i Send your Orders to C. W. TURNER, CATHEDRAL SQUARE, | WORCESTER STREET. Telephone No. 4. P.O. Box 243. 5282 MR J. S. ATKINSON, ■-. DENTIST, V'!* Late Partner of Mr HOBY, L D.S., Wellington, And Successor to Mr THOMAS May he Consulted at his Rooms, No. 11 CATHEDRAL SQUARE Next Post Office. Telephone o. 602. 295 MESSRS H. AND W. ROBERTS SURGEON DENTISTS COMPLETE SETS, £7 10s: Partial sets equally moderate. Painless extraction by gas. ___ngs _c. Extractions, Is. 190 CASHEL STREET (oppo**ite Ballantyne s). Telephone 741. in large and smaU sums, always READY FOR INVESTMENT, at Moderate Rates. T. S. WESTON, Solicitor, Duncan's Buildings, Cashel street. 2673 ELECTION NOTICES. MR CHARLES LEWIS l"*riLL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as TT follows:— MONDAY, 3rd inst., MISSION HALL, SYDENHAM. TUESDAY, 4th, EAST CHRISTCHURCH SIDE SCHOOL (South Belt). The General Committee and Executive meet This Evening at the Rooms, High street. All meetings at 8 p.m. 2824 ■m*TR T. E. TAYLOR wiU ADDRESS the ELECTORS :- TO-NIGHT — St. Albans Side School, Leinster road. TUESDAY — Proteatant Hall, McFadden's road, St. Albans. THURSDAY—Foresters' Hall, Richmond. Chair wiU be taken each evening at 8 o'clock. 2820 CHRISTCHURCH ELECTION. J*J- R R. mT~ T AYLO R INVITES THE ELECTORS TO MEET HIM— At the Schoolhouse, Waltham, TO-NIGHT (Monday). In the absence of the Mayor (who has a prior engagement), Mr H. B. Kirk wiU preside. On TUESDAY, Mr R. M. Taylor wiU address the " Richmond Electors at the Foresters* Hall, Richmond. On WEDNESDAY, Mr R. M. Taylor wiU address the St. Albans Electors at the Knightstowu Library. AU Meetings at 8 p.m.' Other Meetings wiU be announced. Central Committee Rooms Open Daily. 2816 MR T. E. TAYLOR'S CANDIDATURE. THE Executive Committee earnestly requests All Canvassers to MEET them in Mr Taylor's Office; Cashel street (opposite Press Office), THIS EVENING, At 8 o'clock. Business of utmost importance. 2832 CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH ELECTORAL DISTRICT. IN Pursuance of the Electoral Act, 1893, I, John Whitelaw, Returning Officer tor the Electoral District of the City cf Christcliurch, do hereby give notice that by virtue of a writ bearing date the thirtyfirst day of January, 1896, under the hand of the Clerk of the Writs, an ELECTION wiR he held for the RETURN OF AOUALIFIED PERSON to SERVE AS A MEMBER FOR THE SAID DISTRICT, and that the latest day for receiving NOMINATIONS OF CANDIDATES will be the sth DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1896, and that the POL_, if necessary, wiU be taken at the several polling Places of the sald—istrict, on the , 13th DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1896. Every man dearous of becoming a Candidate must be nominated by not less than two electors of the , district, by a nomination paper as prescribed by section seventy-five of the Electoral Act, 1893, delivered to the Returning Officer on or before the sth , d_y of February, 1896. The foUowintr are the PoHing Places foT the Electoral District of the City ot Cnristchurch, ____y :— The Old Provincial Council Chambers, Durham street (principal) The Opera House, Tt_m street St. John's Schoolroom, Madras street The Oddfellows' Hall, Montreal street The Foresters' Hall. Vogel street 1 Hibernian Hall, 3_rb_does street Mission HaU, Colombo road, Sydenham Public Library, Waltb—m road The Method-it Schoolroom, Selwyn street, Aditingtou ' St Alhar— Borough Co-ncil Office, Papanui road The Mutual Improvement Hall, Knight-town. JOHN WHITELAW, Returning Officer. CANVAS Shoes, sewn, at M'd_*, 4 x 62a 4d, 7 x 10 2s lOd, 11 x 13s 6d, Women's 4s 3d, Men's 5s 6d, with Rubber Soles 7xlo 2* 3d, Uxl_B_.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Press, Volume LIII, Issue 9330, 3 February 1896

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