XX . TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) and SATURDAY EVENINGS. The Brilliant Soprano, MADAME EMILY SPADA, And PHILIP NEWBURY (The Great English Tenor), in Conjunction with THE CORRICK FAMILY (8 Performers). POPULAR PROGRAMMES. PRICES 2s and Is Box Plan at the Dresden. ARCH. NEWBURY, Representative, Beard and Bejidenee. MRS PETEItS, late of Middlemarch, begs to inform her Friends and the General Public that she has taken Mills’s Commercial Hotel, Frederick street, and trusts to have a share of public patronage. As there is another Commercial Hotel in Dunedin, I have decided to CHANGE the NAME to the MIDDLEMARCH HOTEL. Patrons can rely on getting the Best Brands of Liquor. I ' COMMERCIAL HOTEL, LAWRENCE. DUFF (late of Waikouaiti) has Taken Over this Hotel, and Patrons will Receive every Comfort and Attention. [ Vacancies During Christmas Holidays. ! Terms Moderate. WANTED, few Boarders (married couples or single gentlemen); bath, piano; terms moderate. 205 George street. Shipping, S.S. ONSLOW. THE PENINSULA FERRY COMPANY, LIMITED. nnHB STEAMER ONSLOW will take up | her usual running between Dunedin, Portobello, and Maori Kaik in the course of a few days. Sec future advertisement. I DAVro LARNACH. j Secretary. No. 1 Bond street. Election Notices. R. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OP CAVERSHAM. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that JOHN JAMES MEIKLE, of Ma taura, fanner; WILLLSM EARNSHAW, ol 12 Normanby terrace, Wellington, engineer; WILLIAM HENRY WARREN, of Mel bourne street, South Dunedin, carpenter and joiner; PATRICK HALLY, of Victorit street, Dunedin, bootmaker; and HARR'S DODGSHUN BEDFORD, of Forbury road Cavershara, law clerk, have this day beer I NOMINATED as Candidates at tht
Election of ono Member of the House of Representatives for the above Electoral District; the POLL wherefor is appointed to be taken on the 19th day of December 1901. Dated this 12th day of December, 1901. .’’HOMAS R. DODDS, Returning Officer. Registrar of Electors' Office, Liverpool street, Dunedin. CAVERSHAM ELECTORATE. W ILLIAM EARNSHAW will ADDRESS the ELECTORS in the FORBURY SCHOOL HALT. TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY), at 8 o’clock. Mr W. Taylor will preside. * CAVERSHAM ELECTION. MR H. D. BEDFORD will be pleased to MEET the ELECTORS— Caversham Hall—TO-NIGHT (Thursday), St. Peter's Schoolroom, Cargill road— FRIDAY. Anderson’s Bay SchooI—MONDAY. St. Clair Gymnasium—TUESDAY, at 8 o’clock. CAVERSHAM ELECTION. 7MTR P. HALLY, the Selected LABOR and xyjL LIBERAL CANDIDATE, Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS In NAUMANN’S HALL, SOUTH DUNEDIN, On THURSDAY, December 12th, At 8 o’clock p.m. Mr A. Todd, Mayor of South Dunedin, in the chair. ANDERSON’S BAY SCHOOL HALL. FRIDAY, 13th December, ST. CLAIR SCHOOL, SATURDAY, 14th. CAVERSHAM HALL, MONDAY, 16th December. Mr T. Cole (es-Mayor of Caversham) in the chair. In accordance with the provisions of the Corrupt Practices Act, 1900, I hereby DISBAND ALL COMMITTEES from this date, nor will I be responsible for the action of any person .canvassing on my behalf, as no person has any authority from me. P. HALLY. CAVERSHAM ELECTORATE. JAMES MBIKLE requests the ELECTORS of Caversham to meet him at DAWSON’S HALL, St. Kilda, TO-NIGHT (Thursday), at 8 o’clock, and will Address tho Electors on Political Matters. Caversham Hall—l4th, at 8 o’clock. Anderson’s Bay Sunday SchooI—TUESDAY, 17th, at 8 o’clock. Neumann's HaII—WEDNESDAY, 18th, at 8 o’clock. CAVERSHAM ELECTION. "1/fR T. K. SIDEY will ADDRESS the ELECTORS in Caversham Hall on FRIDAY EVENING, 13th inst.,. at 8 o’clock, Mr T. Cole (ex-Mayor of Ca-ver-sEam) in the chair. Mr SIDEY will ADDRESS the ELECTORS at St. Clair on MONDAY EVENING, and at Anderson’s Bay on WEDNESDAY EVENING Next. .Educational. REMOVAL NOTICE. jgOSSBOTHAM’S SCHOOL OP SHORTHAND and BOOKKEEPING to TEMPORARY QEFICR, 41 DOWUNQ STREET,
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