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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10437, 5 October 1897
ELECTION NOTICES. OITY OF DUNEDIN ELECTORAL DISTRICT. - PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Mr ALEXANDER SLIGO, of George street, Dunedin, stationer, and Mr WILLIAM HUTCHISON, of Queen street, Dunedin, journalist, have this day been duly NOMINATED as CANDIDATES at the Election of One Member of the House of Representatives for the Electoral District of City of Dunedin, the POLL for which takes place (if necessary) on WEDNESDAY, the 13th day of October, 1897, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. JAMES TAYLOR. Returning Officer, DUNEDIN CITY ELECTION. MR ALEX. SLIGO Will hove the pleasure of ADDRESSING THE ELECTORS US THE GARRISON HALL os WEDNESDAY, 6th inat., at 8 o'clock. Ladies specially invited. The Gallery will be reserved for Ladies and Gentlemen accompanying Ladies. J. M. SANDEMAN, Hon. Sea MORNINGTON ELECTOR 1 ?. MEETING of those favorable to the Return of Mr ALEX. SLIGO will be held at the Shop of Mrs Henderson, Mornington (corner of Elgin road and Regent street), on THURSDAY EVENING, 7th inst., at 8 o’clock. J. M. SANDEMAN, Hon. Sea DUNEDIN CITY ELECTORATE. IV/TEETING3 of Mr ALEX. SLIGO’S CENTRAL COMMITTEE will be held at the Rooms, near Octagon, TO-NIGHT and EVERY EVENING, at 8 o’clock. J. M. SANDEMAN, Hon. Secretary. DUNEDIN CITY ELECTION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN in Roslyn favorable to the Return of Mr ALEX. SLIGO are requested to MEET at the Committee Rooms, opposite Council Chambers, on THURSDAY EVENING, at 8 o’clock, for the purpose of forming a Local Committee and any other business. A. MATHESON, Convener. NORTH-EAST VALLEY ELECTORS. \ MEETING of those favorable to the return of Mr ALEX. SLIGO will be held at Walker's late Shop, near Mr J. W. Roberts’s Store, TO-MORROW (Wednesday) EVENING, at 8 o’clock. J. M. SANDEMAN, Hon. Secretary. R W M. H UTOHISON ADDRESS the DUNEDIN CITY ELECTORS On FRIDAY EVENING NEXT, the 7th INST., In the CITY HALL, Dowling street. The Chair will be taken at 8 o'clock. CENTRAL COMMITTEE ROOMS, in Moray place, OPEN from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. R. CLARK, Secretary. TO THE ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN. LADIES AND GEN CLEMEN,—It is my intention to address you in the OITV HALL on THURSDAY EVENING Next, when I sha 1 discuss the leading Politics! Questions of the day. Meanwhile I would respectfully solicit your Support and Suffrage, Ist. Because I am a pronounced supporter of the Seddon Ministry, of whose Lied kettlemeat Policy and tabor Legislation I heartily approve. 2nd. Because their measures have ensured the prosperity of the colony, maintained its credit abroad, and produced substantial benefits for tho workers. 3rd. Because I heartily approve of their proposals to extend the benefits of our Education System—the maintenance of which J shall at all times support—to all classes of the community, and to make It from tho Primary to tho Uni. versity FREE TO ALL, snd more practical in Us teaching than it now Is 4th. Because their Liquor legislation Is equitable and in conformity with the desires of the great majority of the people. lam a firm advocate of Popular Control, hut will only support a Three-fifths Majority, for reasons that I intend to give at the proper time and place. Yours faithfully, HUGH GOURLEY. DUNEDIN CITY ELECTION. I HAVE BEEN DIRECTED by the Workers’ Political Committee to publish the attached Letter addressed to us by Mr W. Hutchison and an advertisement appearing over his signature in the Star of last Saturday (Before the Selection.) Dunedin, 27th Sept., 1897. Dear Sir, —I am a Candidate for the vacant scat in the City Electorate. As you know, I stand for labor and all that can help it. as I have always done. I shall beglad and feel honored to receive the labor vote ; and I will take it kindly if, when opportunity offers, you will bring my candidature before the Political Workers’ Committee, or any other trades and labor organisation you meet with.—l am, dear sir, your obedient servant, William Hutchison. Mr Foreman, hon. seo. Political Workers’ Committee, Dunedin. (After the Selection.) To the Electors. Do not be misled by silly canards, or bv the action of the Political Workers’ Committee, because it is in no sense representative. Tho large and intelligent body of workers in Dunedin and Suburbs decline to bo dictated to in the choice of a Member of Parliament by any selfconstituted clique assuming a position to which its members have no right. This will be made very apparent before tho day of election. William Hutchison. No comment on the above is necessary, as the Electors may form their own conclusions. D. H. FOREMAN, Secretary. MR GOURLBY’S COMMITTEES MEET as under Central Committee—EVEßY EVENING, 8 o’clock. Important business. Rosl.vn (High street)—EVEßY EVENING, 8 o’clock. Mornington (Mr Bush’s Shop) THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, Sth, 7.30. North-east Valiev (Mr Scott’s Shop) THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, sth, 8 o’clock. North Dunedin (next Cooke, Howiison, and Co.’s, King street)—THlS (TUESDAY) EVENING, Sth, 7.30. ALL SUPPORTERS of Mr GOURLEY are INVITED to ATTEND tho above Committee Meetings, and an invitation is specially extended to LADIES. J. NAGLE, Chairman of Committee. A LL NORTH - BAST VALLEY ELI TORS favorable to Mr GOURLEY return are requested to MEET at Commit Rooms (Scott’s, Main road, North-east Valley) TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY), at 8 o’clock sharp. JOSEPH E. WHITE, Chairman. LOST a> T D LOST, in or near Theatre, last night, Silver Medal; reward. • Apply T. Pool, Arcade. LOST, Lady’s Watch and Brooch, in High street, between Graham street and Mornington; reward. -Herbert, Haynes, and Co.- • | T OST, on Sunday, Irish Terrier Sint. Finder U pleasereturn to Cayerebam Tram Stables.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10437, 5 October 1897
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