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CULLER'S WAXWORKS.~~ CHORAL HALL, COURTBNAY-PLACB. U "Tho Subject of All the Town Talk," FULLER'S WAXWORKS AND VAUDEVILLE COMPANY. Last Night But One of Present Programme. Complete Change SATURDAY EVENING. TO-NIGHT— ?, "The Wrong Girl," "That's the Time to ;0 Catch 'Urn," " Just One Girl," " The )r Beautiful Ocean," "Gallant Gordon Highlanders," "Johnny, My Old Friend a . John." Concluding with the ono act sketch, QUIET APARTMENTS. V ROYAL PUNCH AND JUDY. MADAME CANDACIE, r " Tho Gipsy Queen— Past, Present, andFuture. •j MATINEE PERFORMANCE will be given for the benefit of schools and families on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock. "' Children under 10 half-price. n Admission, 6d ; Chamber of Horrors, 3d. 11 J. E. PETHERICK. p. — «__ ______^___ Is NOTICE OF POLLING DAY. 1 1 "TN pursuance of "The Electoral Act, A 1893," I, Jeremiah Hurley, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Otaki, do hereby give notice that by virtue of . a writ bearing date the twenty-second day :l: l of December, 1899, under the hand of kC tho Clerk of the Writs, an Election will be held for the return of one qualified , person to servo as Member for the said lt; District, ond that the latest day for re0 ceiving Nominations of Candidates will be the thirtieth day of December, 1899, and that tho Poll, ir necessary, will be -taken q at the several polling-places of the said District on the sixth day of January, 1900. Every man desirous of becoming a,can- '' didate must be nominated by not less than two electors of the District by a nomina0 tion paper as prescribed by section 75 of "The Electoral Act, 1893," delivered to a tho Returning Officer on or before 5 o'clock in the afternoon on the thirtieth day of December, 1899. The following are the Polling-places for tho Electoral District of Otaki: — The Courthouse, Otaki (principal) The Schoolhouse, Te Horo The Schoolhouse, Waikanae ■5 The Schoolhouse, Rikiorangi Tho Schoolhouse, Paraparaumu 10 The Schoolhouse, Paikakariki The Schoolhouse, Pahautanui 10 • The Post Office, Paremata „ The Schoolhouse, Porirua The Schoolhouee, Tawa Flat Tho Schoolhouse, Johnsonville 11 The OcMfellows' Hall, LoAver Hutt l, Mr. Allan Cameron's Homestead, 1, Day's Bay The Schoolhouse, Wainui-o-mata 11 The Schoolhouse, Taita b, The Polling Booth, Belmont >r The Courthouse, Upper Hutt The Schoolhouse, Kaitoke The Schoolhouse, Akatarawa Th.Q Schoolhouse, Weraroa Tho Schoolhouse, Ohau The Schoolhouse/ Manakau a - The Schoolhouse, Ohariu iff The Schoolhouse, Whiteman's Valley lt JEREMIAH HURLES", Returning Officer. 2, .^ } y IVITR- FIELD desires Electors, in fairness In jJjL to him, to refrain from beinnj induced to promise their A'otos till they have had an l " opportunity of hearing him. Recent circuma# stances and want of timo to thoroughly cam>'a P&io n *he olectomto hsivo placed him at a great disadvantage, but ho will givo addresses at all tlio principal centres at the )t . earliest possible dat°. a. OTAKI ELECTION. MR. FIELD will address tho Electors at OTAKr, at the Hall, THiS (Thursit day) KVEjNING, at Bo'clock • at TE HOKO, i- on FRIDAY, at 8 p.m. ; at PAHAUTANUI, re on SATUKDAY . at ODDFELLOV/S' HALL, LOWER HUTT, on TUESDAY NIGHT, 2nd Jan. ; at MANAKAU, on WEDNESDAY NIGHT, 3rd Jan.; at IS RIKIORANGI, on THURSDAY NIGHT, 1 4th Jan., at 7 o'clock ; at WAIKANAE, on A THURSDAY, 4th Jan., at 8 o'clock; at w OTAKI, on FRIDAY; NIGHT, sth Jan., at 8 o'clock. 5t MR. FIELD desires his Committees at the various centreß to meot him at the conclusion of his uddrespes. d OTAKI ELECTION. MR. 0. B. MORISON invites the Electors to meet him at JOHNSONV VILLE TO-NIGHT (Thursday), 28th; PA- } A HAUTANUI, FRIDAY, 2yt,h; OHAU, .f Schoolhouse, SATURDAY, GOth. All at a. 8 p.m. OTAKI ELECTION. A MEETING of MR. C. B. MORISON'S Lower Hutt Conimitttiu will bo held ~ iv the Mechanics' Inatiluto TO-MORROW EVENING (Friday), at 8 o'clock. A full attendance* is requested. , s Business important. io ...^ . £ HUTT RIVER- BOARD. j TRIENNIAL ELECTION. r " In tho matter of "The River Boards Act, 1884," and of "Tho Regulation of Local Elections Act, 1b76." I HEREBY givo notice that an Election will be hold on TUESDAY, 9th January, 1900, for tho purpose of electing Five Members for the Board of the Hutt River District. And I hereby appoint FRIDAY, 29th December, 1899, before noon, as the day, and Iho Board's Office, Borough Council Chambcrß, Lowfir Hutt, as tho placo for the Nomination of Candidates for such offices. Nomination papers can be obtained from the undersigned. Dated at Lower Hutt this 23rd day of .j December, 1899.4 s PERCY R. PURSER, ' Returning Officer. W t IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND, WELLINGTON DISTRICT. Between JOHN~HUTCHESON, Plaintiff, and Rj-UHARD GILES KNIGHT, Defendant. I JOHN GUTHRIE WOOD AITKEN, 9 of tho City of Wellington, Merchant, [) tho duly appointed Arbitrator in the action l a No. 6526 of John Hutch eson, of Wellington, Sailmoker, Plaintiff, versus Richard j' Giles Knight, of Wellington, Sailmaker, n do hcroby determine and aAvard that tho > statement made by tho said Richard Giles ' Knight concerning the said John Hutcheson that "his conduct has been that of a blackleg; for some considerable time since ' he hao been a Labour member he used his • houoraiiuin of £5 por wook to reduce tho chance of paying iair Avages — in ono case reducing the pay for women's \rork of one wholesale. house 25 per cent" is not true, and that the dofondant falsely and maliciously published the said statement and thereby defamed tho plaintiff. 3> lIUTCHESON v. KNIGHT. KG. KNIGHT Is a Gagged Political Victim, NOT A LIAR. GERTRUDE S. KNIGHT. NOTICE. npHE Wellington Master Butchers will JL obsorvo MONDAY and TUESDAY, - Ist and 2nd January, 1900, as Holidays. In consequence of same the shops will not be \ .oponed. t- J. IRWIN, * Seoretary.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Post, Volume LVIII, Issue 153, 28 December 1899

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