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, ELECTION NOTICES. NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS RECEIVED AND POLLING-PLACES APPOINTED. TN pursuance of the Electoral Act, 1927, ■*- I, Francis Bernard Dwyer, Keturning Officer for the Electoral District of WELLINGTON EAST, do hereby' give notice i j that the following nominations have been received by me:— DUNCAN, WILLIAM GAUDIN, WILLIAM JAMES. 3- MAZENGAEB, OSWALD CHETTLE. NICOLAUS, EDWARD WILLIAM. . RAAVvjLIFFE, CONSTANCE ALICE SEMPLE, ROBERT* n And that the Poll will be taken at the -- following polling-places between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 27th day of November, 1933:— Hataitai, the Public School. Hataitai, The Realm Hall. Hanghton Bay, the Public School. Kilbirnie, Returned Soldiers' Association Room, 15 Bay Road. Kilbirnie, Taia Hall. Kilbirnie, the Public School. Lyall Bay, Silver Slipper Tea Rooms, 219 Onepu Road. Lyall Bay, the Public School. Melrose, the Melrose Householders' Association Rooms, 37 Sutherland Road. Miramar, the Tennis Pavilion. Miramar Central,, the Public School. Miramar South, the Public School. Roseneath'. the Public School. Seatoun, the Public School. Worser Bay, the Swimming Club's Clubhouse. Dated this 12th day of November, 1935. V. B. DWYER. Returning Officer. NOTICE OF • NOMINATIONS REiip^NTE^: 0 p°™-^- CESTN pursuance of the Electoral Act, 1927, -*■ I, Eric Georpe Rhodes, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of WELLINGTON NORTH, do hereby pive notice that the following nominations have been received by me:— CHAPMAN, CHARLES HENRY. GILMER, ELIZABETH MAY. TREADWELL, CHARLES ARCHIBALD LAWRANCE. And that the poll will be taken at the following polling-places between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 27th day of November, 1935:— Boulcott Avenue, off Boulcott- Street, Blue Triangle Hall (Y.W.C.A.). Lower Cuba Street, the Town Hall Molesworth St.. the Methodist Schoolroom. Ohiro Home, the Visitors' Room. Stout St., the Mission to Seamen Institute. Sturd.ee Street, the Caledonian Hall. Sydney Street, St. Paul's Schoolroom (principal). : The Terrace, St. Andrew's Church Hall. Tinakori Road, St. Paul's Schoolroom. Wellington Terrace, the Infant School (near the old Gaol-site). Dated this 12th day of November, 1935. E. G. RHODES, Returning Officer. NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS *RECEIVED AND POLLING-PLACES APPOINTED: , ■ ' ■■ "P? pursuance of the Electoral Act, 1927, - 1- I, Percy Harold Wylde, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of WELLINGTON SOUTH, do hereby give notice that the following nominations have, been received by me:— GOLDSMITH, JOSEPH ISAAC. McKEEN. ROBERT. TOOGOOD, HENRY FEATHERSTON. And that the poll will be taken at the following polling-places between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 27th DAY of NOVEMBER, 1935:— Berhampore, Masonic Hall, Adelaide Road. Berhampore, St." Cuthbert's Schoolroom, ' Luxford Street. Constable! Street, the Congregational Sunday School. Happy Valley (Ohiro Bay), Moore's Tearooms. Island Bay, Mrs. Neilson's Tearooms, 12 Reef Street. Island Bay. Presbyteria^ Church Clubroom, The Parade. - Island Bay, Public School. Island Bay. St. Hilda's Hall. Humber St. Riddiford Street, Newtown Public School. Riddiford Street, St. Thomas's Hall. Wellington Hospital, Board Room. Westland Road, the Winter Show Building- . '. Dated this 12th Day of. -November, 1935. P. H. WYLDE, Returning Officer. \ NOTICE 61? NOMINATIONS RE- ' CEIVED AND POLLING-PLACES < APPOINTED. \ TN pursuance of the Electoral Act, 1927, t x I. Hugh McAllister Patrick, Return- > ing Officer for the Electoral District of £ Wellington Suburbs, do hereby give notice j that the following nominations have been c Received by me: — I BUTLER, PETER MICHAEL. } WRIGHT,. ROBERT ALEXANDER, ] And that the poll will be taken at the ? following polling-places, between the i hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on WEDNES- * DAY, the 27th day of NOVEMBER, 1935. r Wellington Suburbs Electoral District— .> Aro Street, the Mission Hall. I Brooklyn, the Public Suhool (principal). /, Glenmore Road, Kearney's Tearooms, opp. 7 Botanical Gardens. C Highland Park, Mrs. W. A. Drury's Motor \ Garage, 34 Barnard Street. £ Kaiwarawara, the Methodist Schoolroom. > varori, the Public School. i Karori North, the Masonic Hall, Stauden F Street. Karori West, the Public School. Kelburn, the Kiosk. T Kelburn. the Training College Gymnasium, b Kowhai Road. r Kelburn Extension, the Presbyterian j> Schoolroom. ' ° Khandallah, the Presbyterian Church * Classrooms. Morningtpn. the Public School. 6 Jvgaio. the Town Hall. B Northland, the Methodist Schoolroom. Jj Vogeltown, Mr. F,. Perrett's Residence, 42 f, Moffitt Street. h Wadestown, the Anglican Parish Hall. Dated this 12th day of November, 1935. H. M. PATRICK, Returning Officer. : a NOTICES OF NOMINATIONS RE- Vi CEIVED AND POLLING PLACES APPOINTED. N rN pursuance of the Electoral Act, 1927, A I, Frank Bernard Jameson, Returning al Officer for the Electoral District of HUTT, jjj do hereby give notice that the following nominations have been received by me:— JACOBSON. VICTOR EMMANUEL, NASH, WALTER. And that the poll will be taken at the .. following polling-places between the hours l! of .9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, E the 27th day of November, 1935:— ii Blackbridge, the Knox Church Schoolroom c (Lower Hutt). • c : Day's Bay, the Pavilion. Eastbourne, the Muritai Public School a Korokoro, the Public School, ° Lower Hutt, the Public School, Railway Avenue. " A Lower Hutt, Wesley Hall. High Street. Is Lowry Bay, Rt. Hon. Sir Francis 3ell's H Boathouse. Moera, the Randwick Public School. p Petone. the Central Public School (prin- fi cipal). tl Petone, the Petone AVest Public School fi Waiwhetu, the Public School (Lower ir Hutt). w Waterloo. United Hall, Birch. Street. n Wilford Settlement, the Public School „■ (Petone). _ Dated this 12th day of November, 1935. oi F. B. JAMESON. ul Returning Officer. i'l ==================^ == —- st MISCELLANEOUS. ™ Sliced Bread for picnics and parties supplied to order—wrapped and delivered in our special paper keeps wonderfully fresh. J EMSTITCHING.- Overlooking, DresFmaking; your last summer's coat, cos- in tume, frock made like new; renovations, tli Mrs. Collins. !)0 Manners Street. tr OH*' 4^ll^ LJlhniD 'd oi Every Descrip- hi ,/Jr tlo. n- Place vo«r n"t order with the PI Kveninc °ost." ' A UTO WRECKERS. LTD., have Re-' fh moved to Corner Wakefield and Tory ar Streets (late London Motor School I premises). Same Tel., 53-077. 131I 31 T")ENHARD Vienna Loaf—Due to the }? ■*-' energising nutriment this bread is I a perfect food for adults and rhildrpn Made with extra quantities of yeast, milk pr malt, butter, etc. ' " ' oi" riOOD PRINTING means Ke-.tei J3u«i fo ness. Let the "Eveninp Post" of Printing Department Handle your nert m urdsr, Telephone 44-040 for quotation. m

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Post, Volume CXX, Issue 116, 12 November 1935

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