ELECTION NOTICES. REFORM PARTY. A SPECIAL MEETING of the Lady Su*. porters of the Reform Partv will kI held in the JELLICOE HALL, Gloucester street, TO-MORROW, &t 8 p.m. Mrs E. M'. Rolleston will preside. Mr Devid Jones, M.P., and other Reform Candidates will address the meeting. Ail ladies interested in the Reform Partv arc cordially invited to be present. 399^ Hon. sir r. heaton Rhodes wjh Address the Electors of ELLESMERE as under: — IRWELL SCHOOL—TO-NIGHT (Tu«d. T \ Nov. 28th, 6.90 p.m. Jl ' DOYLESTON HALL—TO-NIGHT (TuMdart Nov. 28th. 8.30 p.m. '' BARRHILL SCHOOL-WEDNESDAY. N w 29th, 6.30 p.m. RAKAIA HALL —'WEDNESDAY, Nov. 29th, 8.30 p.m. HIGHBANK SCHOOL-THURSDAY, Nor 90th, 6.80 p.m. HETHYEN HALL-THURSDAY, Nov. tOih, 8.80 p.m. 8450 M 1 RICCARTON ELECTORATE 'R H. S. S. KYLE, REFORM Candidate . for RICCARTON, will Addrest tlit Electors aa follows: w-Aiuhi . Nov. 28th—HALKETT, "Ti pm.; WEST MELTON VHOOL. 8.503 p.m. WEDNESDAY (Not. 29th) —WEEDONS SCHOOL, 7.30 p.m.; TEMPLETON HALL," 8.15 p.m. THI - BURXHAM INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, 7.15; ROLLESH'.'tijJ-., 8.15. FRIDAY—SPREYDON SCHOOL, 8 p.m. 3745 AVON ELECTORATE. THE HON". G. W. RUSSELL (Liberal) will Address the Avon Electors— TO-NIGHT (Tuesday), Nov. 28th—Open-air Meeting, junction of Buckley's road and Linwood avenue, 7 p.m. North Brighton Surf Club, 8.15 p.m. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 2!)th~Open-aii- meeting, Pumping Station, Linwood, 7 p.m. Junction North Avon road and Stanmore road (Harris's corner), 8.15 p.m. THURSDAY, Nov. 30th—Open-air meeting, Gale's Buildings, Estuary road, 7 p.m. Brighton Central, Joyland, 8 p.m. NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS RECEIVED AND POLLING-PLACES APPOINTED. AVON ELECTORAL DISTRICT. I HEREBY give notice that in connexion with the Election ot ,a Member of Parliament for the above district, the following: Nominations have been received by me;— HERBERT, ANN ELIZABETH. LOACH, ALBERT EDWARD. RUSSELL. GEORGE WARREN. SULLIVAN, DANIEL GILES. The poll, in pursuance of the Legislature Act, 1906, and its Amendments, will be taken at the following polling-places on THURSDAY, the 7th day of December, 1922. Avon Electoral District—--13 Aldwins road, T. J. Edmond's (Limited) Store, Bromley, the Public School. Cambridge terrace, the Canterbury Boatsheds. Fitrserald avenue, the Salvation Army Barracks. Linwood avenue and Worcester street corner, Baptist Church. Linwood, Avonside Church Clubroom, Stanmore road. Linwood, St. Chad's Sunday School, Buckley's road. Linwood, Oddfellows' Hall, Rolleston street (principal). Linwood, Pumping-station, Matheaon's road. New Brighton, tha Public School, Breeze's road. New Brighton, the Public School, Sea View road. North Linwood, the Public School, Woodham road. North New Brighton, thfe Surf Club's Bathing Pavilion. North New Brighton, the Publio School, Osborne terrace. 48 Patten'street, the Garage. Phillipstown, the Public School. Richmond, the Publio School. Richmond, the Public School Shirley road. Shirleyrßichmond, Presbyterian Church, Randall street. South New Brighton, Mr Innea's Workshop, Rodney street.. Worcester street, Linwood Library. Hours of polling are from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dated this 27th day of November, 1922. HERBERT BLOOMFIELD MAGRATH, 8916 Returning Offioer. NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS RECEIVED Ai>D POLLING-PLACES APPOINTED. LYTTELTON ELECTORAL DISTRICT. I HEREBY give notice that in connexion with the Election of a Member of Parliament for the above district, the following Nominations have been received by me:— MACARTNEY, ROBERT. MeCOMBS, JAMES. * The poll, in pursuance of the Legislature Act, 1906, and its Amendments, will be taken at the following polling-places on THURSDAY, the 7th day of Deoember, 1922. Lyttdton Electoral District— Akaroa, the Courthouse. Chart®ris Bny, the Public School. Chatham Islands, the Polling-places. Colombo street, at foot of Cashmere Hills, Packwood's Store. Duvauchelle, the Publio Hall. ' Governor's Bay, the Public School. < Heathoote, the Public School. Le Bon's Bay, the Publio School. Little Akaloa, the Public School. Lyttelton, tha Colonists' Hall (principal). Lyttelton, the Courthouse. Lyttelton, the Oddfellows' Hall. Okain's Bay, the Publio School. _ Opawa, the Publio School (Infant), Ops*" road. Pigeon Bay, the Public School. Port Levy, the Public School. Purau; the Mount Herbert County Council Office. Redcliffs, the Public Library. Sumn?r, the Public School. Takamatua, the Public School. Teddingtoni, the Public School Wainui, the Public School. Woolston, the Oddfellows' Hall. Woolston, the Public School. Hours of polling are from 9 a-®- ' Elated fhia 27th a«v of 1922. E. WII/mMS, S9CS Returning Officer. NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS R^CPTfED AND POLLING-PLACES APPOINTED. KAIAPOI ELECTORAL DISTRICT. T~HEREBY give notice that in connexion I with the election of a Member of Pari " ment for the above district, the following Nominations have been received by me: BUDDO, DAVID. JONES. DAVID. MARTIN, RUSSELL DYTES. The Poll, in pursuance of the Legislature Act, 1908, and it? Amendments, will be taken at the folio wins; polling-places on THUKS" DAY, the 7th day of December, 1922: Kainpoi Electoral District— Aylesbury, the Railway Station House. Belfast, the Public Hall. Belfast (Sppncerville), the Public School. Burwood, the Public School. Burwood, Marquee at corner of King streit and Tram Line. Clarkville, the Public Schcol. Cust, the Oddfellows' Hall. iJarfieid, the Courthouse. x.ast Eyreton, the Public School, lemside, the Public School, itaxewcod road, the Public School. Will and Brigg's road, the Mairchau HallKuiapoi, the Drill Hall (principal). Kirwee, the Old Road Board Office, lurikiri, the Public School, fumberley, the Public School. t r a £r"' a nds, the Public .School. „ at ney's road, opposite Gayhurst road, Mrs Ball's House. Uha Pu'™, Jeffs Drain road, Mr T. C. n , , Ulah op'B House. K yy c County Council Ofßce. •' V lO p nblic Side School. niu> , r W. 11. Stephen's Shed, cor- • i , Clarid " :! and Jlighstead roads, i-apanui, the Methodist Church Schoolroom.. the Public School. SoTjtlih' 8 " . m, Volunteer Hall. ' Pub,io Schoo! - w™kX,°V h j?, P,l . blio Schnol- - V ' 1 School. Wo^dpnJ re < ? n ' T , the . Pvblic Scl, ° '' Warren ° School. Hours ? u^ic School. Dated + t,; E> are from 3 a tn - to 6 P' m " dav of November, 1922. 1694 CHAS - H. WRIGHT, Returning Officer.
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