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ELECTION NOTICES. ELECTION OF MAYOR. IN THE MATTER OF "THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS ACT, 1920," AND 'THE LOCAL ELECTIONS AND POLLS ACT, 1305," AND ITS AMENDMENTS. I HEREBY give Public Notice that the following persons have been duly nominated fcr the office of Mayor of the City of Christchurch, viz., ARCHER, JOHN KENDRICK BEANLAND, JOHN WALTON FLESHER, JAMES ARTHUR HAMLET, JOSEPH. I hereby also give public notice that a poll will be taken as between the said Candidates on Wednesday, the 29th day of April," 1925. ' The palling booths will be situate as set out below. ELECTION OF SIXTEEN COUNCILLORS. IN THE MATTER OF "THE MUNICIPAL "THE. LOCAL ELFCTIONS AND CORPORATIONS ACT. 1920," AND POLLS ACT, 1908," AND ITS AMENDMENTS. I hereby give public notice that the following persona have been duly noniinatrd for the office of Councillor for the City of Christchurch, viz., AGAR, CHARLES PHIPP ANDERSON, OSCAR WILFRED BREAKEY ANDREWS, ERNEST HERBERT ASCHMAN, CHRISTOPHER THOMAS BEAVEN, ARTHUR WARD BROOKS, REGINALD ARNOTT BUTTERFIELD, THOMAS HENRY CAREY, ANDREW FULLER, CARR, CLYDE LEONARD COOKE, FREDERICK RILEY DALLEY, RICHARD JOHN BICKERTON , DU FEU, JOHN NICHOLAS FORD, ARTHUR DOUGLAS GREEN, WILLIAM JAMES ■ LEADLEY, WALTER ED.MUND McCOMBS, ELIZABETH REID McKELLAR, ARNAUD MACFAKLANE, ROBERT MAFE'KING OWEN, GEORGE THOMAS PARLANE, EDWARD RENN, CHRISTOPHER ROWSE, DAVID SIM, WILFRED JOSEPH SULLIVAN, DANIEL GILES THURSTON, GEORGE THOMAS WILLIAMS, ALFRED WINSOR, WILLIAM HINNELS. As there are only sixteen vacancies to be filled, I hereby also give notice that a poll will be taken as between the said Candidates on Wednesday, the 29th day of April Tho polling booths will be situate as set out below. ELECTION' OF EIGHT MEMBERS OF NORTH CANTERBURY HOSPITAL IN THE MATTER OF I'HE HOSPITALS AND CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS Act, 1909," AND "THE 'LOCAL ELECTIONS AND POLLS ACT, 1908," AND THEIR AMENDMENTS. I hereby give public notice that the following persons have been duly nominated for the office of Member of. the North Canterbury Hospital Board to represent the City of Christchurch, viz., ARCHER, JOHN KENDRICK BATY, JOHN WILLIAM CARR, CLYDE LEONARD DEVEBEUX, JAMES RAYMOND GREEN, THERESA. HAMLET,. JOSEPH HERBERT, ANNIE ELIZABETH LEADLEY, WALTER EDMUND ■ McCOMBS, ELIZABETH REID OTLEY, HENRY JOHN ROBERTS, EVELINE ANNE MARY RULE, FRANK SMITH, ARTHUR THOMAS THURSTON, GEORGE THOMAS. As there are only eight vacancies to be filled, I hereby also give notice that a poll will be taken as between the said Candidates on Wednesday, the 29th day of April, 19-25. The polling booths' will be situate'as. .set out below. ELECTION OF FOUR MEMBERS OF THE LYTTELTON HARBOUR BOARD. IN THE MATTER OF "THE HARBOURS ACT, 1908," and "THE .LOCAL ELECTIONS AND POLLS ACT, 1908," AND THEIR AMENDMENTS. I hereby give public notice that the following persons have been duly nominated for the office of Member of the Lyttelton Harbour Board to represent the City of Christchurch, viz., ARMSTRONG,' HUBERT THOMAS HAMLET, JOSEPH HAYWARD, JOSEPH ROBERT HOLLAND, HENRY SCOTT, GEORGE THACKER,. HENRY THOMAS JOYNI THURSTON, GEORGE THOMAS. As there are only four vacancies to be filled, I hereby also jive public notice that a poll will be taken as between the said Candidates on Wednesday, the 29th day of April, 1925. , . , The polling booths will be situate as »et out below. The following are the Polling Booths referred to in each of the foregoing Public Notices: — , CENTRAL. Durham street, Art Gallery. Bealcy avenue, Knox Church Schoolroom. Madras and Aberdeen streets marquee. Oxford terrace, Foresteis'_Hau. Worcester street, Orange Hall. Madras Btreet, St. Johns Church SchoolTuam and Antigua streets, St. Andrew's Church Schoolroom. Durham street, St. Michaels Church Schoolroom. „,,,., ■, w,, St. Asaph street, Oddfellow*/ Hall. Barbados street, Hibernian Hall. Fitzgerald avenue, Methodist Church Schoolroom. Kilmore street and Fitzgerald avenue, marquee. , Stanmore and River roads, marquee Stanmore road, Methodist Church Schoolroom. LINWOOD, BROMLEY AND WOOLSTON. Fitzgerald avenue, Salvation Army BarWorcester 'trcet, Linwood Public Library. Rolleston street, Oddfellows' Hall. Linwood avenue and Worcester street, Baptist Church. Swann's road Bridge, Avonside. marquee. Gloucester street and Woodbam road, marquee- , _ , Buckley's road and Carnarvon street, St. Chad's Church Schoolroom. Tuam street and Matheeons road, Drainage Board's Pumping Station, marque; L«vden street. Social Hall. Charles and Grafton street*, marquee. Aldwin's road, St. Peter's Church Schoolroom. Woolston. late Borough Council Chambers. Radley street, next No. 74, marquee. qT ALBANS, PAPANUI AND NORTH b . RICHMOND. Merivale lane, Mr Mussrove's Shed. Rugby street, Methodist Church Schoolroom: Norman's road and St. Anarew s terrace, marquee. Brown's road, oppcsite No. so, marquee. . Papanui, Town Hall. Papanui road, next No. 304, marquee. Cranford street, Salvation Army Barracks. Warrington street, Shirley Post Office, marquee. Hil'e road, next No. 123, marquee. ft, ~?'.i _ ii. u„*v,~j;..t n.,_i. Schoolroom. Randall street, Presbyterian Church. Schoolroom. Baxbadoes and Dean streets, marquea. Caledonian road, Mr Innese Store. \ Colombo stieet, St. Albans Public Library.

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 3, Press, Volume LXI, Issue 18363, 22 April 1925

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