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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. GUINEAS. Fine upright English /wf V Piano;by Bowman; small time pay* utents taken*. Musical Exchange, Octagon. lEW'Good's in' all 1 departments bow being opened. Clothing Factory, Oct agog. MONTEITH. Monteith. Monteith. Ladies,- forfit, wear, and appearance, no' !Kid GloVe equals the “ Monteith.” Every paif guaranteed. BAGLEY’S Soothing Powders for Children Teething; fifty years’ successful record; Is 6d post free. Bagley and Son. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Thursday evening; between. Anderson’s Bay and Dunedin, Silver Watch, Black Guard; initials “E.W.”; reward, STABOffice., ... : T BET in All Saints’ Church on Wednesday,■JLJ Lady’s, Umbrella, With ivory and silver handle. Finder will oblige by,.returning satete to Miss Haggitt, Cumberland street. LOST, Gold Broooh, between Ogg’s comer and, Frederick street. Eeward by returning Winefield,-tailor, Ogg’s corner. . ELECTION NOTICES. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF DUNEDIN. NOTICE OF POLLING DAY. IN ‘.Pursuance of “ThoElectoialAct, 1893,” and “ The Electoral Act Amendment Act, 1895,” I, James Toy lor. Returning Officer for the Electoral District of the Citj) of Dunedin, do hereby give notice that by virtue of a Writ bearing date the twenty-eighth day of September, 1897, under the hand of the Clerk of the Writs, an ELECTION will be held for the Return of One Qualified' Person to serve as Member for the J said District; and that the Latest Day for receiving Nominations of Candidates will be the lifth day of OCTOBER, 1897; and that the POLL (if necessary) will be taken at the several Polling Places of the* said Distii-.t on the Thirteenth Day of OCTOBER, 1897,. between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Every Man desirous of becoming a Candidate must be Nominated by not less than Two Electors of the District by a Nomination Paper as prescribed by Section Seventy-five of “The Electoral Act, 1895,” delivered to the Returning Officer on or before 5 o’clock in the afternoon of the Fifth Day of October, 1897. Each Nomination must be accompanied by a Deposit of Ten Founds. The following are the Polling Places for the Electoral District of the City of Dunedin: The Garrison Hall, Dowling street (principal). The Mission Hall, Walker street, Dnnedin. The Schoolhouse, High street, Dunedin. The Public Library, Maclaggan street, Mornington. The Borough Council Chambers, Mornington. The Mission Hall, Kaikerai Valley, St. Albans. The Borough Council Chambers, Roslyn. The Borough Council Chambers, Maori Hill. The Schoolhouse, Piue Hill. The Schoolhouse, North-east Valley. The Borough Council Chambers, Northeast Valley. M’Outcheou’a Store, Beach street, Ravensbourne. The Schoolhouse, George street, Dunedin. The Schoolhouse, Union street, Dunedin. ’ The Schoolhouse, Albany street, Dunedin. The Normal School, Moray place, Dunedin. St. Joseph’s Girls’ School, Dowling street, Dunedin. The Mission Hall, Arthur street, Dunedin JAMES TAYLOR, Returning Officer.. Dunedin, September 30, 1897. TO THE ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN CITY. Ladies and gentlemen, -At the urgent request of a large number of the Electors I have CONSENTED TO BECOME A CANDIDATE for the Vacant Seat in the House of_ Representatives. I will take an early Opportunity of placing ray views before you. Soliciting your support, I am, yours obediently, ALEX. SLIGO. Dunedin, September 29.1897. DUNEDIN CITY ELECTION. TO THE ELEOTORSLADIE3 AND GENTLEMEN,-Mr Alexander Sligo having agreed to offer himself as a candidate at the forthcoming Election, and a number of our mutual friends being of opinion that he is likely to obtain the larger measure of support, I now beg to intimate that I have decided to WITHDRAW from the contest in Mr Sligo’s favor. I recognise that the paramount question at the present time is the overthrow of the prevailing system of corrupt government and a return to honest administration, and I know that Mr Sligo will use his inftuenoe in this direction. I cordially thank the large number of electors who have so kindly and spontaneously promised me their support, lam, Your obedient servant, ■ : ALEX. 0. BEGG. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF PORT CHALMERS. LADIES AND’ GENTLEMEN, pliauce with the requisition presented to me and signed by upwards of 100 Ratepayers of this Borough requesting me to allow myself to bo NOMIN vTRD for the honorable position of MAYOR of this Town for the ensuing vear, I have much pleasure in ACCEDING TO YOUR REQUEST, and, if elected, will use my utmost endeavor to further your interests. JOHN MILL. Port Chalmers, 29th September, 1897. TO LET. ROSLYN. —4-, 5, 6, 7, and 8-roomed Houses i To Let. Washer’s Roslyn Agency. Telephone 888. TO LET. Dowling street, 4-roomcd Cottage; 6s 6d per week. Scott, Commin, and Co.. Dowling street. TO LET, George street north, 5, 6, and 7-roomed Houses. Apply W. King. TO LET, Scotland street, comfortable detached Six-roomed House; every convenience. D. Forsyth. TO LET, 4-roomed new Brio* Cottage (hot bath, tubs, copper, every convenience). Lambeth road; 12s. Mrs Lamer (The Willows), Princes street; or Williden. TO LET. Part of Furnished House, occupied by two ladies. Apply to Matron Y.w.o.a. TO LET, new 7-roomed House, with splendid view from Littlebournc; gas, bath, hot and cold water, and all modern conveniences. R. Brown, 67 George street. TO LET, 163 Acres on Chain Hills, fronting Main South road. Apply A. Kirkland, Green Island, .MEETINGS. WORKERS’ POLITICAL COMMITTEE. A MEETING of the above will be held in, the Trades Hall TO MORROW (FRIDAY), at 8 p.m. Business : Election of Officers and other very important matters. D. H. FOREMAN, Secretary. QTAGO KNIGHTS OF LABOR (1,271). EMERGENCY MEETING, SCHOOL HALL, UNION STREET, THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, AT 8 O’CLOCK. Full attendance requested. JAS. MTNDOB, W.M. OTAGO LICENSED VICTUALLERS’ ASSOCIATION. THE HA.LF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING will be held at the Central Hotel on FRIDAY; the Ist October, at 3p m. All members of tho trade cordially invited. J. 0. SHORT, President. J. WELLS, Hon, Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. - POLICE DEPARTMENT: N.Z. SEALED TENDERS, in duplicate, will be received by the Commissioner of Police, Wellington, up to SATURDAY, the 25rd October, 1897, for the Supply of POL'CE AND PRISON WARDERS’ HATS AND HELMETS. Samples can be seen and specifications and forms of tender obtained at the Police Station. The lowest or any tender not .necessarily accepted. S. O. ANDERSON, . Wellington, 1897.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10433, 30 September 1897

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