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ELECTION NOTICES. NOTICE OP POLLING DAY. IN PURSUANCE of the Legislature Act. 1908. and its Amendments, I. Arthur Willson Woodward, Returning Officer for the Electoral) ’District of OAMARU, do ho-eby give notice that, by virtue of a Writ bearing dale the 21st day of November, 1914, under the hand of the Olerfc ot! Writs, an ELECTION will be held for the return of a qualified person to serve as MEMBER for the said district, and that the latest hour for receiving NOMINATIONS of CANDIDATES will be noon on the 30th day of NOVEMBER, 1914; and the POLL, if necessary, will be taken at the several Polling Places of the said district on the 10th day of DECEMBER, 1914. 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 105 of the said Act, delivered to the Returning Officer cn or before noon on the 30th day of NOVEMBER, 1914. Hours of polling are from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. The following are the POLLING PLAGES j for the Electoral District of Oamaru;— ] 1. The Courthouse, Oamaru (principal). 2. The Public School, Reed street, Oamaru. 3. The Public School, Severn street, Oamaru. 4. The Public School, Arun street, Oamaru. 5. Marquee, Old Cricket Ground, North road, Oamaru. 6. St. Luke’s Hall, Wharfe street, Oamaru. 7. Macpherson’s Grain Store, Totara. 8. The Public School, Maheno. 9. The Public Hall, Otepopo. 10. The Public School. Waianakarua. 11. The Courthouse, Hampden. 12. The Public School, Hillgrove. 13. The Courthouse. Palmerston. 14. The Public School, Glonpark. 15. Tho Public School, Dunbaok. 16. The Public School, Goodwood. 17. The Public School, Flag Swamp. 18. The Borough Council Chambers, Walkouaiti. 19. The Public School, Merton. 20. Tho Public School, Evansdale. 21. The Public School, Waitati. i 22. John Malcolm’s House, Warrington. 23. The Public School, Scaclitf. 24. The Public School, Karitano. 25 Tho Public School. Shag Point. 26. The Public School, Port Moeraki. 27. The Public School, Kakanui South. 28. The Athenaeum, Kakanui North. 29. The Sanatorium, Pleasant Valley. Dated this 23rd day of November, 1914. A. W. WOODWARD. Returning Officer. NOTICE OP LICENSING POLL AND NATIONAL PROHIBITION POLL. AND OP THE TIME AND PLACE FOR SELECTION OP PIT PERSONS TO APPOINT SCRUTINEERS THEREFOR. TN PURSUANCE of the Licensing Act. 1908. and the Amendments thereto. I, Arthur Willson Woodward, Returning Officer for the Oamaru Licensing District, do hereby cive notice that on tho 10th day of DECEMBER, 1914, the day appointed for taking the Electoral Pull for the Electoral District of OAMARU, simultaneously therewith a LICENSING POLL will be taken upon the following Proposals: I Vote for local Restoration. I Vote for Local No-license. And, concurrently with the taking of the said Licensing Poll, there will be submitted for the determination of the Electors of the said Licensing District, tho quortion whether NATIONAL PROHIBITION shall come into force throughout New Zealand. The question will be submitted in the following form:— I Vote for National Continuance. I Vote for National Prohibition. NOMINATIONS of Persons to Appoint Scrutineers, in accordance with the Licensing Act, 1908, and tho Amendments thereto, must be lodged with me not later than 5 o'clock in the afternoon of the 4th day of DEOPiiIBER, 1914, and I hereby give notice that I shall, on the 7th day of DECEMBER, 1914, at tho hour of 12 o’clock noon, at my Office in Oamaru, publicly consider all Nomination Papers of Persons to Appoint Scrutineers which have been duly lodged in respect of the Licensing Poll for the said Licensing District and in respect of tho National Prohibition Poll. Dated at Oamaru this 25rd day of November, 1914, A. W. WOODWARD, Returning Officer. CHALMERS ELECTORATE. JAMES 31. DICKSON, the Government Candid-it?, will ADDRESS THE ELEC. TORS as under:— KAVENSBOURNE CORONATION HALL.-TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY), November 29, at 8 o’clock. OTOKAU SCHOOLHOUSE.—SATURDAY, November 23, at 2.30 p.m. HOOPER'S INLET SCHOOLHOUSE.— SATURDAY., November 28, at 8 p.m. CHALMERS ELECTION. MR W. D. MASON, the selected Tub era! Cand'datc, will bo pleased to Meet and ADDRESS tho ELECTORS as under:— I ST. LENARDS.—TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY), 26tb, at 8 o’clock. LOWER HARBOR.—FRIDAY, 27th. 6.45 p.m. to 8 p.m. DEBORAH BAY.—TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), 27th, at 8.30 p m. PURAKANUL—SATURDAY, 28th, at 3.30 p.m. CHALMERS ELECTION. George s. Thomson, f.pjl, n.z.. Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS As Under:— ALLANTON. TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY), at 8 o'clock. ST. LEONARDS.—FRIDAY, at 7 p.m. SAWYERS BAY.—FRIDAY, at 8.30 p.m. BRIGHTON.—SATURDAY, at 8 p.m. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. -a/TR T. H. DALTON. REFORM CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS the ELECTORS at tho Coronation Hall, St. Kilda, on FRIDAY, 27th November, at 8 p.m. The Mayor (W. T. M’Farlane, Esq.) will preside. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. MR T. K. 3IDEY will bo pleased to Meet the ELECTORS in the ODDFELLOWS’ HALL. Forburv Corner, on FRIDAY. 27fh INST. At 8 o’clock. Al the CLOSE OF~EACH MEETING Mr Sidey will bo glad to MEET PERSONS willing to JOIN CAVERSHAM COMMITTEF. Councillor J. Wilson will preside. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTORATE. -]V|R J. T. JOHNSON (LIBERAL CANDIDATE) will ADDRESS tho ELECTORS in tho ALBANY STREET SCHOOL HALL TO-NIGHT. 26th, at 8 o’clock. RUSSELL STREET HALL.—FRIDAY. 27th, at 8 p.m. DUNEDIN CENTRAL ELECTORATE. Tt/ITR J W MUNRO, the selected LABOR ill CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as follows; KENSINGTON. ODDFELLOWS’ HALL, TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), November 27, at 8 o’clock. KENSINGTON. ODDFELLOWS? HALL, LADIES’ MEETING TOMORROW (FRIDAY AFTERNOON), at 3 o’clock. DUNEDIN CENTRAL. MR C. E. STATHAM, Government Candidate. will ADDRESS tho ELECTORS as under; — CAVERSHAM.—FRIDAY, 27th inst., at 8 p.m., in the Presbyterian Church Hall, Marion street. Carersham. Mr Statham will deal with tho Bible-in-schools Question and other mattery of public ..interest.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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