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Page 6 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
ELECTION NOTICES. ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN WEST. WE. J. MAGUIRE wflJ ADDRESS • you at the ODDFELLOWS' HALL, ALBANY STREET, NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. Stirring Denunciation of the Massey Government. ROLL UP IN GREAT NUMBERS. Front Seats Reserved for Ladies. ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN WEST. MEETING of the various Committees k. formed for the purpose of securing Mr W. E. X. MAGUIRE'S return for Dunedin West are requested to meet at Sweeting*. Stuart street, next MONDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock. ALEX. WATT, F. ANDERSON, F. JENKS, Joint Secretaries. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTION. I R W. DOWNIE STEWART will AD- - DRESS the ELECTORS as under:— j WAKARI SCHOOL, ] TUESDAY, 24th NOVEMBER. WAKARI DRILL HALL, THURSDAY, 2Gth NOVEMBER. Each Evening at 8 o'clock. i DUNEDIN WEST ELECTORATE. R J. T. J O H N S O N, I ' Liberal Candidate, Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS in WAKARI HALL, KAIKORAI.—MONDAY, November 23. Chairman, Councillor R. H S. Alcnzics. ALBANY STREET SCHOOL HALL.— WEDNESDAY. 25th. | DUNEDIN CENTRAL ELECTORATE. IR J. \V. MUNRO, selected LABOR CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS in the MORNINGTON PRESBYTERIAN SCHOOL HALL, MONDAY, November 23rd, at 8 p.m. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. "R A. WALKER, selected LABOR CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as follows: HOWE STREET HALL.—MONDAY, November 23rd, at 8 p.m. 110WF. STREET HALL ..(Ladv SiipI porters).— WEDNESDAY AFTER- | NOON, at 3 o'clock. ' DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. MR G. M. THOMSON will ADDRESS the ELECTORS as follows: MAORI HILL CORONATION HALL. —MONDAY, 23rd November. NORTH - EAST VALLEY TOWN H ALL—W EDNESDA Y, November 25. ALBANY STREET SCHOOL HALLFRIDAY. November 27. Meetings Commence at 8 p.m. CHALMERS ELECTION. €<EORGE S THOMSON. F.T.A.. N.Z., 1" Will ADDRESS (he ELECTORS As Under:— I'URAKANUT— THIS DAY 'Saturday), at 8 p.m. General-Meeting. RAVENSBOURNE—MONDAY, at 3 p.m. Ladies' Meeting. RAYENSBOURNE— MONDAY, at 8 p.m. General Meeting. T.UNUI METHODIST CHURCHTUESDAY, at 3 p.m. Ladies' Meeting. TAINUi METHODIST CHURCHTUESDAY, at. 8 p.m. General Meeting. CHALMERS ELECTION. R W. D. MASON, the selected Liberal Candidate, will be pleased to Meet ind ADDRESS ihe ELECTORS as under: TO-NIGHT (Saturday), 21sT inst., at POIM'OBEI.LO, ai 8 o'clock. MONDAY. 23rd in-i., at the Coronation Hall, MOSGIEL, at 8 p.m. TUESDAY. 24th hm.. at WINGATUI FAIRFIELD at, 8 p.m. pi-IE HON. JAMBS ALLEN -1- Will Deliver a POLITICAL ADDRESS In the TOWN HALL, WAIKOUATTT, On TUESDAY, 24rh NOVEMBER, At 8 o'clock. TO LET, 5-roomed House; every modem convenience : 14?. Apply No. "180 Main road, N.E. Valley. HHO LET, small Cottage, Upper Cargill A street, bievwright, James, and Nichol, High si reel. ' T\o LET, comfortable 5-roomed House, St.. - Kilda: rent, IDs. Apply 7 High street, j Musselburgh. y.) LET, 5-roomed House, N.E. Valley; , 13s per week. Sainton, 'auctioneer. I nr<o LET, 8 Rooms, |-acrc, best part Roslyn ; 255. Samson, auctioneer. rjY) LET (near Gardens), comfortabio 7 A room**d Honf-'e: gas. bath, hot water, drained. 6C7 -Castle street. TO LET, 5-roomc*l, Verandah House"; Shaddock, drained." copper; 10b. Issacs, 211 Castle street. T"'O~LET~~*SQ section), co: 13s 6tl weekly. Bryant, Octagon. >Y\Q LET (19 Serpentine avenue), comfortA able 4-roomed House; conveniences; 14s weekly. Bryant, agent, Octagon. rjlO LET (36 Howe street), convenient SixA roomed House; bath, hot and cold; 16». Bryant, Octagon. "VJ LET, 4-roomed Dwelling, near Railway Station, Ravensbournc, 7s 6J per week; 3, 5, 6, and 7-roomed Houses, low rentals, central; 2-roomed Shop, central, low rental; 2 iind 4-roomed Cottages, Ravensbourne, Is 6d and 7d 6d per week; 8-roomed Dwelling, No. 11 Bowen street., Musselburgh, all conveniences, 17t>Jf6d per week. Apply Public Trust Office. TO LET. Furnished Bed-Sitting Room, conveniences; Miit married couple, two mates; moderate. 29 St. Andrew street. K and o-roomed Houses; good workmen's t? homes: bath and conveniences; 10 and 6 shillings. 57 Mail land street. STABLES, 223 Georgo street; loose-boxes, stalls, traphousos—all or part; cheap. Collins, bootmaker, 221. Brick Verandah Cottage; «3( sewered, tubs, boiler, asphalt yard, paths; rem, 8s 6cl. Apply Lacey, saddler, I King street. j House To Let, 29 L«* | i-treet; low rent to careful tenant, j Kev next door. TO LET, comfortable Five-roomed House; conveniences; cheap rent; good locality. Apply Hewton, Patrick street, Mornington, TO LET, Athol pla<:e, 3-roomsd House and 2-ioomed House; coi>per, tubs. Apply 33 Athol place. p? ROOMS; pantry, scullery, tubs, garden; *) 3 minutes main tram; rent, 12s 6d. Apply Wren, painter, Mornington. \0 LET, 5-roomed Cottage, Main South . road. Sievwright, James, and Nichol. rf"TO LET, 4-roomed Cottage: drained to V sewer; 8s week. Apply 14 Harbor tep:e. TO LET, splendid Suburban Butchery; _ well established, no goodwill; bookß open for inspection; cicsllent reasons for selling: rent, £2 per week; plant. Geerin, auctioneer. TO LET, 6 Rooms; portico, bays, electno light. bathroom. all conveniences; air.ed: 17s. Geerin, auctioneer. TO LET," City. 3 Rooms: scullery, washhouse, copper, tubs; latest drainage; "W LET, City, 5 Rooms; north end. penny . <;ir: gooil locality; cheap rent, 12s. tiearia, auctioneer.
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