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ELECTION NOTICES. CITY OF DUNEDIN. Election of One Councillor for High Ward. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a POLL will be taken at the Garrison Hall, Dowling street, on THURSDAY, the 9th day of SEPTEMBER, 1886, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m,, for the Election of One Councillor for the above Ward, to serve for the term of office commencing the 9th day of September, 1886. The following are the names of the several Candidates who have been duly nominated, viz.:— BARRON, JNO, Rattray street. HARDY, HENRY FREDK., High street. WM. STRONAOH, Returning Officer for High Ward. 31st August, 1886. CITY OP DUNEDIN. Election of One Councillor for Bell Ward. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a POLL will be taken at the Town Hall Buildings, Octagon, on THURSDAY, the 9th day of SEPTEMBER, 1886, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m., for the Election of One Councillor for the above Ward to serve for the term of office commencing the 9th September, 1886. The following are the names of the several Candidates who have been duly Nominated, viz.:— ARCHIBALD M'MASTBR, Octagon. JAMES ROBIN, Octagon. MARK SINCLAIR, Great King street. JOSEPH SHERWIN, Returning Officer for Bell Ward. 31st August, 1886. CITY OF DUNEDIN. Annual Election of One Councillor for South Ward. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following Candidates were this day NOMIN ATED for the Office of Councillor for South Ward, in room of Councillor Alexander Cairns ALEXANDER CAIRNS HENRY SMITH FISH, Jun. ROBERT LOFTUS STANFORD. There being more than One Candidate, a POLL will be taken at Messrs M’Landress, Hepbum, and Co.’s Auction Rooms, Manse street, on THURSDAY, the 9th day of SEPTEMBER proximo, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m, JOHN STONE, Returning Officer for South Ward. Dunedin, 31st August, 1886. LEITH WARD. Election of One Councillor, vice Mr John Mathews, who retires by rotation. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a POLL will be taken at the Oddfellows’ Hall, Albany street, on THURSDAY, the 9th day of SEPTEMBER, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m,, for the Election of One Councillor for the above Ward for the term of office commencing the 9th day of September, 1886, The following are the names of the several candidates who have been duly nominated, viz:— CHARLES ROBERT CHAPMAN, George street JOHN COLVIN, Forth street ALFRED LEE SMITH, Dundas street. J. HOLMAN, Returning Officer. Dunedin, August 31st, 1886. MEETING POSTPONED TO TUESDAY. SOUTH WARD COUNCILLORSHIP ELECTION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—I respectfully SOLICIT your VOTES and INTEREST at the POLL to be taken at M'Laudress, Hepburn, and Co.’s, Manse street, on THURSDAY, the 9th inst. I desire to explain matters interesting to all Ratepayers, and will be glad to have a BUMPER MEETING. NEXT TUESDAY EVENING, At 8 o’clock, in ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH HALL, Walker street. ALEXANDER CAIRNS. COUNCILLOR FOR LEITH WARD. CHAS. ROBT. CHAPMAN will Address the Ratepayers of the above Ward as follows

THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, At Cummings’s Hotel, Water of Leith, at 8 o’cloek; TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) EVENING, At Bateman’s Pelichet Bay Hotel, at 8, COUNCILLOR FOR LEITH WARD. MR JOHN COLVIN Will Address the Ratepayers of the above Ward ■ ON TUESDAY (FIRST), the 7th INST., At 8 o’clock, In the Albany street Hall. HIGH WARD ELECTION. J SHALL be glad to MEET the Ratepayers at the MISSION-HOUSE, Russell street, on TUESDAY EVENING, 7th inst., at 8 o’clock. JOHN BARRON. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF HIGH WARD, DUNEDIN. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Having been Nominated as a Representative for High Ward, I respectfully request the favor of your Votes on Thursday, the 9th inst. Should you see fit to elect me, I shall give diligent attention to the duties of the office, particularly with regard to the City finances. Economy and Retrenchment, combined with a due regard to efficiency in the various Departments, will be my motto. My S3 years’ experience in Dunedin—professional and otherwise—are at your service. . Yours respectfully, HY. F. HARDY, Architect. TO THE ELECTORS OF D¥NEDIN CENTRAL. ENTLEMBN,—I beg respectfully to inti\JT mate that lam a CANDIDATE for the VACANCY in your REPRESENTATION caused by the death of your late respected member, Mr Bradshaw. As I shall have an opportunity later on of explaining my views to you fully, I will now merely state that I am in favor of rigid Retrenchment, the Encouragement of Local Industries, Reproductive Public Works, the Settlement of the People on the Land, and that I am a supporter of the present Government.— Faithfully yours, WILLIAM BALDWIN. TO THE ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN CENTRAL. GENTLEMEN,— Owing to the lamented death of your late Representative (Mr Bradshaw), a Vacancy has occurred in the representation of your District, I therefore beg to offer myself as a Candidate for your suffrages, and will take an opportunity of Meeting you when the Writ is issued for a fresh Election. Your obedient Servant, THOMAS DICK. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE CITY OF DUNEDIN. Ladies and gentlemen, iam desired by the Committee of the Dunedin Ratepayers’ Association to ask you to record your Votes at the forthcoming. Election of Councillors which takes place on THURSDAY next. The Committee disclaim any desire to dictate to the Ratepayers how they shall vote, but, being strongly of opinion that advantage should be taken at the present opportunity to infuse new blood into the Council, they respectfully invite you to record your Votes in favor,of the following Candidates, who are offering their services in response to the invitation of the Association, viz. : Leith Ward—Mr A. LEE SMITH, Dr JOHN HISLOP. Belli Ward—Mr MARK SINCLAIR. High Ward —Mr HENRY F. HARDY, ISouiH WAKD-Mr ALEXANDER CAIRNS R. H. LBARY, Chairman pro tern, of the Dunedin Ratepayers’ Association.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 7000, 6 September 1886

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Star, Issue 7000, 6 September 1886

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