PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS ~~ RECEIVED AND POLLING PLACES APPOINTED. IN pursuance of the Electoral Act, 1927, I, JOSEPH LISSANT PALETHORPE, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of WELLINGTON CENTRAL, do, hereby give notice that the following nominations have been received by me:— APPLETON, WILL. FRASER, PETER. And that the poll will be taken at the following polling places between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, the 15th Day of October, 1938. Adelaide Road, the Victoria Hall. Buckle Street, the Old Girls' School. Oufferm Street, St. Mark's Parish Hall. Hankey Street, the Technical College. Hataitai, the Public School. Kent Terrace, the Oddfellowa' Hall (principal). Lome Street, the Cambridge Terrace Congregational Church Schoolroom. Pirie Street, the Kent Terrace Presby* terian Church Schoolroom. Roseneath, the Public School. Tasman Street, the Boys' Institute. Waitoa Road, the Methodist Church Schoolroom. Dated this 3rd day of October," 1938. J. L. PALETHORPEL Returning Officer. NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS RECEIVED AND POLLING-PLACES APPOINTED. IN pursuance of the Electdral Act, 1927, I, Frank Bernard Jameson, Returning, Officer for the Electoral District of Hutt, do hereby give notice that the following nominations have been received by me:— ANDREWS, JOHN WILLIAM, NASH, WALTER, And that the poll will be taken at the following pollingrplaces between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, the fifteenth day of October, 1938:— Lower Hutt, the Drivers' Room, at Moaua Street entrance Railway Motor Service Garage. Lower Hutt. the Eastern Hutt Public School, King's Crescent . Lower Hutt, the Public School, Railway Avenue. Lower Hutt, Wesley Hall. High Street.. Moera, the Moera Hall, llandwick CresPetone, 'the Central Public School (principal). Petone, the Labour Hall. . • ■ : Petone, the Petotie West Public School.,, Waterloo, United Hall. Birch .Street. Wilford Settlement, the Public School (Petone). . , Dated this third day of October. 1938. FRANK BERNARD JAMESON, Returning Officer. NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS RECEIVED AND POLLINGPLACES APPOINTED. IN pursuance of the Electoral Act, 1927, I HAROLD JAMES HENDERSON, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Otaki, do hereby give notice that the following nominations have been received by me: — LOWRY, LEONARD GEORGE MONK, GEORGE ALEXANDER and that the poll will be taken at the following polling-places, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturday, the 15tn day of October, 1938:— Foxton, the Public School, lhakara, the Public Hall. v Judgeford, the Public School. Koputaroa, the Public School. Levin, the Courthouse. * Levin, the Public School. Makerua, the Public School. • Manakau, the Public School. - Manawatu Heads, the Beach Hall. Mangaore, the Public Works Social Hall. Marotiri, Mr. L. Bowater's Residence. Moutoa, the Public Hall. Ohau, the Public School. Opiki, the Public School. . . .. Otaki, the Courthouse (principal). Otaki, All Saints' Schoolroom. „ , Otaki Railway, the Railway Hall. Paekakariki, St. Peter's Hall. Pahautanui, the Public School. Paraparaumu, the Public School. Paremata, the Public School. Plimmerton, the Public School. Porirua, Room in Mam Building, Mental Hospital. ■ Porirua> the Public School. Poroutawhao, the Public School. Pukerua, the Public School. Reikorangi, the Public;; School. ; Shannon, the Public VSchool. . : - Tawatapu Public Works Camp, the V.M.C.A. Hall. ■ ; Te Horo, the Public School. Titahi Bay, Mrs. Vella's Store. Tokomaru, the Public School. Waihoanga, the Public School. Waikanae, the Public School. Weraroa, Office of Boys' Training-farm. Dated this 3rd day of October, 1938. H. J. HENDERSON, Returning Officer. ~ FINANCIALSOUTH WELLINGTON LOAM CO.. LTD.. WILL Lend from £5 upwards on your W own security. Bank N.Z. Buildings, 127 Riddiford Street, Newtown. CITY FINANCE COMPANY LENDS Large or Small Amounts at shortest notice on furniture, promissory notes, life policies, interest under wills, motor-cars, debentures, and all other approved securities. 69a MAN NEKS STHEEI (Two doors from Regent Theatre). Open Friday Evenings, 7 to ». Telephone 41-330. MONEY TO LENP. LOANS granted upon personal security, bonds, debentures, shares, furnitufe, P.N.B, interest under wills, and life policies, etc. SOUTH PACIFIC MORTGAGE AND DEPOSIT CO., LTD. (Established 1903). AJUJ? Buildinßs, v Wellington, 2nd Floor, Room 82. s Telephone 40-808. LOANS on furniture, motor-cars, life policies, willd. P.N.S. Britannia Loan and DeDosit Co., Ltd., 113 Willis Street (opp. Hotel St. George). Tel. 51-250. WELLINGTON FINANCE CO., 137 »» Vivian Street.— £1 upwards, furni» ture, insurance, wages, P.N.s, approved securities. Tel. 04-356. LOANS FROM £5 TO £100. ON furniture, promissory notes, motor vehicles,- life policies, salaries due, any kind of security accepted. Fridays, 7-9 p.m. MORRIS LOAN AND FINANCE CO.. LTD.. 86 Manners Street, Ist Floor (upstairs). Op;,. Regent Theatre. Telephone 40-506. AUSTRALASIAN FINANCE CO, LTD LARGE or small sums Lent on furniture, wills, title deeds, insurance policies, or any approved security. Cooper* Buildings, Mercer Street. Tel. 47-471. pONFIDENTIAL Small Loans, 10s to £10, against salary, wages,-etc. Northern Loan Finance Co., Brandon House, Featherston Street. Tel. 41-428. MONEY to Lend on personal security, £2 upward. Atlas Loan and Finance, Ltd., 282 Lambton Qy. Tel. 41-339. PROFITABLE INVESTMENT. ANEW Small Company is requiring Further Capital to extend their Business; £500 required, which would be fully covered. 2807 Evg, Post. •__ rpHOMAS, HI Customhouse Quay, will •*• Lend small and large sums, with or without security. Tel. 43-783. fFHOMAS, 111 Customhouse Quay, Lend 9 •*- small and large sums on salaries, insurance policies, interest under wills, etc. Tel. 43-783. WOODLEY, 16 King's Chambers, opp. Stewart Dawson's, Lendß on household furniture, pianos, sewing machines, etc. Tel. 43-681. WOODLEY, 16 King's Chambers, opp. Stewart Dawson's, will Lend on salaries and wages, P.N.s, with or without security. WANTED TO SELL. I CILVERSTONE'S Mart full of Furniture, Sewing Machines, Pianos, Carpets, Suites, etc., at any old price. 110 Lambton Quay (at Mee's Steps). TENTS, lSs 6d; Flys, 9s 6d; "Anchor" Brand. Get our price list. All styles. Meltzer Bros., 131 Manners Street. Tel. 55-494. BEATTY." All-steel Hand Wringers; factory guarantee; 14in £2 ss, 12in £2; only a few left; outstanding bargain Bpatty Factory Branch. 25 Farish Street DRY Hata, Matai, 7 bags; Manuka 8, Birch oi Pine. 9, for £1. Campbell and Son, corner Vivian and Taranaki Sts Tel. 50-117. Res. 14-353.
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