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CITY COUNCIL. CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH. ELECTION OF MAYOR. MR HENRY FRANCIS WIGRAM being the only Nomination received. I therefore Declare him to be DULY ELECTED Mayor o£ Christchurch for the ensuing year. H. THOMSON, .vCturning Officer. 21st April. 1903. 3256 CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL. ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. THE FOLLOWING PERSONS HAVE BEEN DULY NOMINATED:— CENTRAL WARD. Beswick. H. J. Collins. W. W. Cooper, W. H. Gray. C. M. Loughnan, H. H. Payhrg, Geo. Simpson, Geo. Sorensen, H. B. Samuels, W. E. Taylor, J. M. SYDENHAM WARD. Butterfield, Jno. Ell. H. G. Forrester, Ja_. Hadfield, Jno. Jacques, Wm. Man_ire. B. P. Miliar, Win. Parsons, G. W. J. ST. ALBANS WARD. Barlow, F. J. Carev. A. F. Hobb3, A. H. Hyde, Geo. Lafferty, Ciias. Morgan, H. E. Newtou, W. Neate, W. J. LINWOOD WARD.

Donton, W. A. Horalcv. T. N. Otley, H. J. Pearce, Herbert A POLL will be taken on WEDNESDAY, the 29th day of April, 1903, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m., as follows: — SIX COUNCILLORS FOR THE CENTRAL WARD AT Provincial Council Chambers St. Michael's Schoolroom, Durham street St. John's Schoolroom Madras street Foresters' Hall, Oxford terrace Foresters' Hall, Vogel street, Richmond Oddfellows' Hall, Lichfield street FOUR COUNCILLORS FOR THE SYDENHAM WARD AT . Borough Council Office, Colombo street, Sydenham Oddfellows' Hall, Selwyn street, Sydenham TWO COUNCILLORS FOR THE ST. ALBANS WARD AT Borough Council Office, St. Albans St. Matthew's Schoolroom, Edgeware road TWO COUNCILLORS FOR THE LINWOOD WARD AT Borough Council Office, Worcester street, Linwood Social Hall, Church street, Linwood H. THOMSON, Returning Officer. Christchurch, 21st April, 1903. 3353 CHRISTCHURCH CITY COUNCIL. ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANT. TENDERS are invited for the following MATERIALS:— (a) Cables and Wires. (b) Underground Cable Laying Mater-ails. (c) Electric Wiring Materials and Accessories. (d) Instruments. (c) Meters, Fuses,, and Lighting Arresters. (f) Motors, Electric Pumps, and Fans. Complete Specifications, Schedules, and Conditions of Contract may be seen at the City Surveyor's Office, where tenders will be received until noon on Bth MAY NEXT. H. R. SMITH, Town Clerk. City Council Chambers, Christ—lurch, 20th April, 1903. 3165 BANKRUPTCY NOTICES. IN BANKRUPTCY. IN THE SUPREME COURT. HOLDEN AT CHRISTCHURCH. NOTICE is Hereby Given that HE-TRY DARBY, of Chxistohuroh, Comme__*l Agent, and I—ANCES JANE DARBY, his wife, will at the first sitting of the above Court, to be -held after the expirat-om of two weeks from this date, apply for an ORDEiR OF DISCHARGE. Dated this 20th day of April, 1903. JOHNSTON, MILLS and JOYCE, 8320 Solicitors for the Bankrupt*.. CONVEYANCES. 'GOVERNOR'S BAY ROYAL MAIL COACH SERVICE. ON and after the Ist APR—i these Coaches leave aa follows:— Governor's Bay, 8.10 a.m. Governor's Bay, 3.15 p.m. Lyttelton Railway Station, 9.30 a.m. Lyttelton Railway Station, 4.30 p.m. J. Waggonette runs between Teddington and Governors Bay on Wednesdays and Saturdays, meeting the coach at Governor's Bay, and returning to Teddington in the evening. Special Trips oan be arranged at a reasonable rate. Telegrams and letters will receive prompt attention at Ocean View Hotel, Governor's Buy. F. PIMM. 6054 ■_ Proprietor. COBB AND CO. AKAROA LINE OF ROYAL M*|T. COACHES. Meets Stean.fr at Pigeon Bay, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday CHRISTCHURCH AGENTS: Coker's, Cook and Sons, Pitcaithly, Wallace and Co., and J. M. Heywood and Co. BEILBY BARKER,

Proprietor, Duvauchelle's Bay The Coach meets train at Little River, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. 5600

COACH TO CHEVIOT. A COACH will Run between WAIPARA and CHEVIOT, leaving Waipara EVERY TUESDAY. THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, and returning from Cheviot on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Accommodation for Travelling Public. Good Table and Best Brands of Liquor only kept. Ssddle Horses and Traps always on Hire at Waipara Station at the shortest notice. A. FRANCIS. Waipara Hotel. T,AKR COLERIDGE AND GLENTUNNEL ROYAL MAIL COACH. A MAIL COACH leaves Glentunnel for Lak. Coleridge via Windwhistle House and Snowdon, every FRIDAY MORNING, on arrival of Train from Christchurch-re-turning in time for Evening Train SATURDAY. Special attention given to passenger, and parcels forwarded for delivery by coach. A. H. BURKITT. Proprietor. HOT SPRINGS, HANMER Pl__N_T DE-.-wETT'S MAIL COACHE3 CULVERDEN FOR HANMER PLAINS, TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATUR. DAYS, RETURNING WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS, and MONDAYS Until September 80th, and Daily from October Ist till April 30th. Through Re,urn Tickets are issued at Christchurch Railway Station daily. Ticket, available for two ca.endar month, from date of issue. Firat-ciasa 30s. Coach and Railway. CULVERDEN TO ROTHEKHAM, WAIAU, AND KAIKOURA. Coach leave 3 Culvcrden for Rotherham and Waiau Daily, returning from Waiau Daily. Monday. Coach to Waiau connect, with Coach for Kaikoura, leaving Tue._*y» .laying Wednesday in Kaikoura, returning Thursday; Blenheim Coach leaves Kaikoura Thursday. FARES. Culverden to Kaikoura—-ingle 25., Return £2Culverden to Blenheim—Single £3, Return £5. Culverden to Hanmer Plains—Single 7s 6d. Return 14s.

Culverden to Waiau—Single 6., Return Bs. HAWKSWOOD. Waggonette leave. Waiau for Mandip Hills, Parnassus, Hawkswo—. and Claverly every Saturday, returning Monday in tim. for South Train to Culverden. Urgent telegrams and letters promptly delivered. Parcel, attended to. Special Coaches, Double and Single Buggies, Waggonatt—, Saddle Horses on- immediate Hire. Order, through post or wire receive prompt attention. N.3.—A1l information given, Cook and Sons, Tourist Agents, 191 Hereford street, Christchurch. THOMAS DERRETT, Prcpti-ior.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3, Press, Issue 11564, 22 April 1903

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