ELECTION NOTICES. NOBTH-EAST WARD. "pyR. MICKLE THANKS U:o LAPIK3 and GKNTfiKHKN who Recorded their VOTES in his favour at YestercUjV ELECTION. 3SG3 ST. ALBANS BOROUGH COUNCIU ELKCTION OF COUNCILLORS. NUMBER of Votes Polled at the ELECTION far COUNCILLORS of ST. ALOANS, September 10th, 1396 :— Brookcr. William Jenner .. 141 Davey, Tiiomas Henry .. .. 256 Gardner, Maitiand .. -.86 HiU, William Carey .. .. 269 Money, Charles Frederick.. .. 282 Penteney, James .. .. .. 311 Simpson, George .. .. .. 177 Informal .. .. .. 12 I have therefore to deolare Messrs HILL, MONEY and PENTENEY duly Elected. W. F. BEATSON, 5524 Returning Ofßcer. LINWOOD BOROUGH COUNCIL. NOTICE Is Hereby Given that the FOLLOWING VOTES were POLLEU at the Election of Three Councillors for the Borotijih of Ltnwoo-.1, li-li on the lOch day of September. 1595 :— Kr.'iit, John Ru-«ell .. ..203 Taylor, Joseph .. .. ..202 Ayers, Aaron .. .. .. 149 Clewori.b, .Toscpb. .. .. 141 Doiitfall, John .Joseph .. .. 121 Bullock, Thoims Arthur .. ..33 Informal .. .. .. 3 I therefore declare Messrs BRUNT, TAYLOB, and AVERS DULY ELECTED. H. R. SMITH, 5517 . Returning Officer. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. GOVERNMENT LIFE*INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Head Offlc?, Weilington. .. LOST POLICY. 4PPLTCATION havinnr been wp.de to mc, under Section 28 of the Life Assor >noe Polit-ies Act, . for the J.SSUK 'A a COPY of the POLICY on the life of John Rn'wljiiVlau, lite of Cust, deceased, numbered 2209-in the -hooks of the Government In*uiH7ic« and evidence haviny been supplied as to the loss of the original, I hereby yrive notice that I shall issue a copy as requested unless notice be- lo'.lu\>d.fm-bi<idi>!!r the sinie on or before the 11th day of October, 1896. Dated at Wellington t'.ii3 llth day of September, 1896. • J. H. RICHARDSON, 5ji93 Commissioner. EDUCATIONAL NOTICES. CANTERBURY COLLEGE. SCHOOL OF AOftICULTUKK, LINCOLN. APPLICATIONS are invited for the POSITION of LECTUJIEJt oil APPLIED MATHEMATICS a-t the Sc'i\oo\ of Agrioalture, Lincoln. Salary £165 per annum, with board and residence at the School. Duties to commence as soon as possible after the appointment has been made. Applicants must ba uiinmrried. I'artiouliir-i a< tr> duties, &•:., may V>e obtained on application to the Registrar, Canterbury College. with testimonials, must be forwarded on or before Saturday, 3rd October next, to tlie undersigned. A. CRACKOFr WILSON, Kex'utmr. Canterbury Co'.lepre, Chiisfchure-i, XewZeaU:i-t, Ist September. 1893. 5025 BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL, CHIIISTCHURCH. HEAD MASTKP.— C. E. 13EVAN-BROWN, M.A. NKXT beffini WEDNESDAY, September 16th. New Boys must iittsnd for Kxanunalion puii'.'tually at 9.30 a.m. on Tiv-frt-iy, September 15th. Tiisir Parents or Guardians will be seen by the Head Master during the cjurje of Che same (L'ue«d*y)' moruinpr. Fees, iiicludiu? all siAjects, 9A 4s per term for hoys over twelve years of ajje, and £5 3s per term for'boye under twelve years of ajfe. If paid at the Registrar* Office within one. fortnight from the first day of attendance the fees are £5 S* and Ri 2s reipactively. A. ORACROVr WILSON, Registrar. Canterbury College, September 4th, 1835. 5272 J! ANGI-RURU, PAPANUI ROAD. TiyiSS H. GIBSON'S School will, REOPEN WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16m. 54&1 SCHOOL OFSROR.TfIVNDan-1 TYPEWRITING CATHEDRAL SQUARE. MIS S A. M. 0A R R And her Sisters, Pitman"* And Li-jat Lino Shorthand, Typewritißff, Bookkeeping, Correspondence, Writing , , Arithmetic, Sk. Every Description of Copying Done on Type writer. Miss A. M, Carr's pupile have obtained the Fir*fc Certificates for 150 words per minute granted by Sir saac Pitmm in New Zealand. The highest ever gained in Canterbury. VIOLIN TUITION, Also— A CCOMPANIMENT. or ENSEHBLS LKSSONB r\ (Piano and Violin). In future Mr P. St. WALIjACE'S charts for instruction" will be FOUR GUINEAS PEP. TERM. Two Half Hours or One Hour Weekly. 59 1 CRANMKft SQUARE W. TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, 150 Worcester street west MR C H GILBY has pleasure in announcing that he has secured the services of -•«. MALAQUIN (from the Lycee National, Orleans, France) to conduct FRENCH CLASSES, Both elementary and advanced, in connection with the above Institute. Particulars on application. : BOARD AND RESIDENCE. GROSVENOR HOUSE—Private Board and Resi dence. Terms moderate. 56 Gloucester street near Latimer square. • fWrHNSSS."— Sien street, Aiujklani, late Vy Pr. Kenderdine'sreVulanc*. opuositeSupreme Court. Vacancies for Ladies and Gentlemen. Hot vid cold baths. Terms moderate. MRS G. CARTER, Proprietress BOARD AND RESIDENCE. HANDSOMELY • FURNISHED Apartments for Ladies and Gentlemen. MRS SAWTELTi, Sherwood, 72 Canhel street R. Telephone 703. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. T> IVERTON HOUSE 269 CABHEL STREET WEST, CHRI3XCHURCH. MRS O. BLANCH ARD. THE PEOPLE'S FUBNITURE PALACE, ~. No. 140 HIGH STREET No. 140 W. BATES T S now OAering to the PUBLIC FURNITURE AT PRICES Which will Astonish the Inhabitants of Canterbury. £ • d Duchesse Table and Glass.. „ _ 2 2 6 Du'jhesse Cheat And Glues.. .. .. 2 10 0 Double Wore Wire Mattresses .. . „ 019 6 Dinner Seta .. ..... . 116 0 Every Description of Furniture and Beddin; Hanu factored upon the Premises. All Crockery Direct from the Pott*rie». Mote the Address— 140 HIGH STREKT, W. BATES. YOU MAY SKARCH THE WORLD ATX OVER but you will not find a more delijjhtful TOBACCO than CAMERON'S NEW VENUS. All Smokers agree as to its Excellence. CAMERON'S NEW VENUS TOBACCO Is obtainable from TobacconUte and Storekeepers everywhere. §T. GEORGE JAM BIST IN THR MARKET AUOnom. ,
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