Article image
Article image

ELECTION NOTICES. CHRISTCHURCH PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION. riIHE undermentioned CANDIDATES have this X day been duly KOMIKATKD, namely :— HENRY GEORGE ELL and THOMAS EDWARD TAYLOR, JOHN WHITELAW, Returning Officer. Chriatchnrch, 26th November, 1886. 358 KAIAPOI ELECTORAL DISTRICT. THE following PERSONS have been duly NOMINATED as Candidates for the above-named Electoral District :— BUDDO, DAVID, Farmer. MOORE, RICHARD, Gentleman. MICHAEL LYNSKEY, Returning Officer. Kaiapai. 372 ELECTORAL DISIKK'T OF ELLESMERE. NOTICE OF NOMINATION. I HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE, in terms of Section 76 of the Electoral Act, 1893, that FREDERICK ARTHUR ANSON, of Peraki, Sheepfarmer, WILLIAM HUGH MONTGOMERY, of Little River, Sheepfarmer, Have been duly NOMINATED as CANDIDATES for the Electoral District of Ellesmere at «he General Election, to be held on FKIDAY, the fourth day of December, 18S6, as Members of the House of Representatives. ALEXANDER INNES McGREGOR, Returning Officer. Akaroa, 24th November, 1696. 299 ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF AVON. T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that GEORGE McINTYRE, of New Brighton, Surveyor, WILLIAM WILCOX TANNER, Randolph street, Woolston, Shoemaker. GEORGE SWANN, of Windsor, Solicitor. And CHARLES BURGESS, of St. Albanp, Dairy Fanner. Have been f>UL"S NOMINATED as CANDIDATES at the Election for the Electoral District of Avon. H. R. SMITH, Returning Officer. Linwood, 26th November, 1896. 374 ASHLEY ELECTORAL DISTRICT. THE Following Persons have been duly NOMINATED as CANDIDATES for the above named District:— RICHARD MEREDITH, Farmer. HENRY FEAR REEOE, Farmer. GEORGE RENNER, Journalist. M. WHATMAN, Returning Officer, 290 Amberley. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF LYTTELTON. NOTICE OF POLLING DAY. IN pursuance cf the Electoral Art, 1893, I George Arthur Lewin, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Lyttelton, do hereby give notice that by virtue of a Writ bearing date the twentieth tlay of November, 1896, nnder the hand of the the Clerk of Writs, an ELECTION will be held for the return of ONE QUALIFIED PERSON to serve as a MEMBER for the said district, and that the latest day for receiving NOMINATIONS of CANDIDATES will be the twenty-seventh day of November, 1890, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon; and that the POLL, if necessary, will be taken at the several Polling places of the said District on the fourth day of December, 1896, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Every man desirous of becoming a candidate must be nominated by not , less than two electors of the district by a nomination ptper as prescribed by Section 75 of the Electoral Act,. 1893, delivered to the Returning Officer on or before the twenty-seventh day of November, 1896, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. It is also hereby further notified that in accordance with the provisions of the Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Act Amendment Act, 1895, the LICENSING POLL of the electors in the said district will be taken simultaneously with the Electoral Poll, and at the same polling places, for the purpose of determining the issues provided in Section sof the aforesaid Act. viz:— 1. Whether the Number of Licenses existing in the district is to Continue. 2. Whether the Number of Licenses existing in the district is to be Reduced. 3. Whether No Licenses are to be Granted in the district. The following are the polling places for the Elec-. toral District of Lyttelton :— The Courthouse, Lyttelton (principal) The Oddfellows' HalL Lyttelton. The Schoolhouse, Sumner. The Schoolhouse, Heathcote. The Schoolhouse, Opawa, The Schoolhouse, Woolston. The Schoolhouse, Addington. The Willowbank United Methodist Schoolroom Strickland street, Addington. The Schoolhouse, Spreydon. The Schoolhouse, Governor's Bay. GEORGE A. LEWIN, 152 Returning Officer. AVON ELECTORATE. •" MR G.~SWANN XJtTILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS AT PHILLIPSTOWN SCHOOLROOM, This Evening, (Friday), And at NEW BRIGHTON SCHOOLROOM, on Monday, 30th November. Each Evening at 8 o'clock. Notwithstanding the adverse and grossly unfair article in the Prims of November 26th I beg to assure the Electors that nothing whatever will cause mc to withdraw from the contest, as I am satisfied by the large measure of support I have received that my Candidature Finds Favour with the bulk of the Electors, and that Mr Mclntyre will be defeated by an even larger majority than he was at the last General Election. 340 QKORGE SWANN. LYTTELTON ELECTORATE. j MR JACQUES' COMMITTEE and SUPPORTERS MEET ON FRIDAY EVENING, AT ODDFELLOWS' HALL, WOOLSTON, AND OPAWA SCHOOLROOM, At 8 o'clock. 368 MR G. W. RUSSELL WILL ADDRESS the ELECTORS as under ::— SPREYDON, Friday, November ; 87&. At 8 p.m.- Ladies specially invited. 113 Mβ W. H. MONTGOMERY WILL ADDRESS THK ELECTORS IN THE UNDERMENTIONED SCHOOLROOMS, At 7.30 p.m. FRIDAY, Killinehy. TUESDAY, December Ist, Okaki'a Bay Schoolroom. SATURDAY, Charteris Bay Schoolroom. MONDAY, Wainui ASHLEY ELECTORATE. MR MEREDITH | RESPECTFULLY invites the ELECTORS to MKET HDI at— LEITHFIELD HALL—Friday, November 27th. BROOM FIELD SCHOOL—Saturday, November 28th. WAIPARA—Monday, November 30th. GLENTUI STATlON—Tuesday, December Ist. WEST OXFORD SCHOOL—Wednesday, Dec. 2nd. Meetings Commence at 8 o'clock p.m. 8314 MR P. A. ANSON nTILL ADDRESS THE ELLESMERE ELECTORS AX THB i i GRAIN'S BAY, FRIDAY, 27th. LE BON'S BAY, SATURDAY, 28th. And will be glad to talk over matters of Local or Colonial Interest with any Elector while he ie in the above place*. 9743

This article text was automatically generated and may include errors. View the full page to see article in its original form.
Permanent link to this item

Bibliographic details

Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Press, Volume LIII, Issue 9585, 27 November 1896

Word Count

Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Press, Volume LIII, Issue 9585, 27 November 1896