PUBLIC NOTICES. DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF MID-CANTER-BURY. I, ALBERT JAMES CHING, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Mid-Canterbury, do hereby declare the result of the poll taken on the 2nd day of December, 1931, for the election of a Member of Parliament for the said district to be as follows:— Votes Candidates. polled. CONNOLLY, Jeremiah .. 4437 HUNTER, Hiram .. 310 JONES, David .. 4301 WIGHTMAN, Robert WaUace 258 Total number of valid votes polled .. 9306 Number of votes rejected as J Informal .. 67 . I therefore declare the said Jeremiah Connolly to be elected. Dated at Ashburton this 7th day of December, 1931. A. J. CHING, Returning Officer. IN THE ESTATE OF GEORGE HANNAFORD, late of Southbridge, Farmer, deceased. IT IS REQUESTED that all claims against the above estate be forwarded in duplicate to lite undersigned, certified as due and owing at the date of death of deceased, namely 4th November, 1931. A. S. NICHOLLS, Solicitor to Estate, 137 Hereford St., Christchurch. - ■ - . - i ■ '—— BUSINESS ANNOUNC3EMENTS. HUGH BROWN'S ESTATE. STOCK REDUCING SALE All lines in which we are overstocked we are offering to the public at well below cost price. Prices slashed on such lines a.'_ CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY, STATIONERY and GENERAL. We also carry all general Merchandise and will be pleased to quote customers for large or small quantities at lowest current rates. Call and inspect our bargain prices. HUGH BROWN'S EST. 'Phone 6S. P.O. Box 4, DUNSANDEL. A C. THORNTON ELLESMERE'S TAILOR. Respectfully requests clients to place their Xmas orders now, to avoid disappointments. A fine range of Suitings, etc., to select from. Prices below Town. Suits renovated. Repairs neatly executed. NETS TENTS FLAGS Made and repaired. WATERPROOF €OATS re-dressed and repaired. JOHNSON & COUZINS, LTD. Saddlers, Leather, Canvas and Rope Merchants. Hirers of Tarpaulins, Tents, Camp Beds, Stools, Flags, etc. j 9.3 Cashel St. CHRISTCHURCH. ; Skin becomes free from embarrassing eruptions when you eat Yeaston Tablets, which purify blood. 36 for 2/6, 100 for 5/6.— E. V. Rushton, Chemist.
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