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RAILWAY NOTICE. RACES. ON RACE DAY Trains will ran as ad : vertised for 7th and Bth December. FRANK B. PASSMORE. Wellington, 9th December, 1875. TVORESTERS' ANNUAL FETE. B I 6 X I N G » DAY, ON " j BASIN RESERVE. ' CITY COUNCIL. v ' ELECTION OF MAYOR. TtTOTICE ia hereby- given that an Election ll of Mayor for the City of Wellington will be held on Wednesday, the 15th mat. The following are the places appointed for taking the Poll ; — LAMBTON WARD. Odd Fellows' Hall, Lambton Quay. THORNDON WARD. At a room next the Royal Hotel, Lambton Quay. TE ARO WARD. Market: Hall, Cuba-street. The following Candidates have been Nominated, viz. : — GISBORNE, WILLIAM. HUTCHISON, WILLIAM. Polling will commence at 1 8 a.m., and close at 4 p.m. J. M. OLELAND, Returning Officer, Thorndon Ward. J. DRANSFIELD, ' "Returning Officer, Lambton Ward. «' J. R., GEORGE, Returning^ Officer, Te Aro Ward." Town Clerk's Office, ' ' 9thJDecember, 1875. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE, CITY lf OF WELLINGTON. GENTLEMEN— At the urgent request of a number of -your body I have consented to my nomination as a candidate for the Mayoralty, of ths City. The limits of an ordinary advertisement preclude such an exposition of my views on municipal questions as it is proper should be submitted to you. I shall not>< therefore,, attempt any statement here, preferring to addfess; you in public meeting ii you will favor me with your attendance in the several wards, where a free exchange of senti? men&'can be gone toto. - The dates of holding these meetings will be duly announced as 6oon 88 I Shall' be able to arrange them. Meantime,' I have the honor to be, , 7<7 < Gentlemen, Your obeHient servant, £ ./ 'WILLIAM HUTCHISON.

MAYORALTY ELECTION. Tifß HUTCHISON will addfess the RateSIL n payers of the City as follows :—: — "Te Abo Ward— At the FORESTRS' ARMS (Valentine's) Hotel, on FRIDAY (to-morrow), the lOfch instant ; and 'THOBiriboN Wabd— At the ROYAL HOTEL (Maginity's), on SATURDAY, thfl llth instant. On both occasions at Eight o'clock evening. He respectfully solicits a large attendance. Other meetings will be advertised as soon as they can be^ arranged for. 1 •>'; ELECTION OF MAYOR. Tlifß GISBORNE will be glad to meet JIL the ratepayers of the City of Weilington ' ' At Mr Maginnity's Royal Hotel on TOMORROW (FRIDAY) EVENING, 10th inst, at 8 o'clock. At Mr Valentine's Foresters' Arms on SATURDAY EVENING, lltb! > . * - inst, at 8 o'clock. !'..,, . CITY ELECTION. " TIJFESSRS. PEARCE AND HUNTER Invite" 1 ' the ELECTORS of the City of -ii ' •.i '• Wellington to meet them at the ODD 'FELLOWS" HALL on WEDNESDAY EVENING, the 15th INST, at 8 o'clock. . /.6th December. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE WEL.LINGTON COUNTRY DISTRICTS. MR BRANDON proposes meeting the Electors resident at Kaiwarrawarra on FRIDAY EVENING NEXT, at the Sohoolh'ouse there, at 8 o'clock. Hobson-street, 7th December, 1875. COUNTRY DISTRICT ELECTION. MR GILLON invites the of Karori to meet him in the old Schoolhouse on FRIDAY, 10th INST, at 7.30 p.m. • •' Bth December.

TO THE ELECTORS OF THE WELii LINGTON COUNTRY DISTRICTS. MR J. H. WALLACE proposes meeting the electors in the neighborhood of Porirua, Horokiwi Valloy, Pahautanui, and small farm settlements, on FRIDAY EVENING, the 10th instant, at the Schoolhouse, Pahautanui, at 7 o'clock. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE WEL. LINGTON COUNTRY DISTRICT. "ITR J. H. WALLACE invites the electors JjX of Johnsonville, Kaiwarra, Old Porirua Road, and the surrounding district, to meet him at the School House, JOHNSONVILLE, on SATURDAY EVENING, the llth instant, at 7 o'plock. fI HEAP S UMMER COSTUME S AT TE-ARO HOUSE. .Cambric costumes, with jaoket, 9s 9d 'Tassore. costumes, with jacket, 12s 6d Linen costumes, with jacket, 12s 9d '¦ • Pique costumes, with jacket, 12s 6d Lustre costumes, complete, 16s 9d i ' . Lustre costumes, complete, 17s 6d 7 COSTUMES FOR THE HOLIDAYS. Balerno costumes,- complete, 21s 6d Balerno costumes, complete, 27s 6d ( . i Grey Japanese costumes, 49s 6d • Fawn Japanese costumes, 49,3 6d Af\Q Ladies' siik bows, only 4^d OAfj Ladies' silkljows, only 4£d JAMES SMITH, TE ARO HOUSE. f | »HE undersigned having secured the serY 1 " •yices of a first-class Cutler, is prepared to grind and set machine-knives, surgical instruments and all kinds of cutlery. .- : ": "V &CO, - T V - ; 'IV "'/. Willie-street. 2aßaN,ovfcaber., > : " .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Post, Volume XII, Issue 139, 10 December 1875

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