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ELECTION NOTICES. CHALMERS ELECTORATE. JAMES M. DICKSON, the Government Candidate, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS ns under:— ANDERSON’S BAY SUNDAY SCHOOL. -TO-NIGHT (Monday), November 30th, at 8 o’clock. PUKEHIKI PUBLIC HALL.—TUESDAY, December lot, at 8 p.m. SAWYERS BAY PUBLIC HALL.— WEDNESDAY, December 2nd, at 8 p.m. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. MR T. H. DALTON Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS OF ST. CLAIR At PRESBYTERIAN HALL TO-NIGHT MONDAY, November 30th, at 8 o’clock. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. MR G. M. THOMSON will ADDRESS the ELECTORS an follows PINE HILL SCHOOLROOM.—TUESDAY, December 1. LEITH VALLEY SCHOOLROOM.— WEDNESDAY. December 2. UPPER JUNCTION SCHOOLROOM.— THURSDAY, December 3. Meetings Commence at 8 p.m. DUNEDIN CENTRAL. MR C. Fa STATHAM will ADDRESS the ELECTORS -is under; KENSINGTON, -TONIGHT (MONDAM), 30th, at 8 o’clock, in the Kensington Presbyterian Sunday Scliool Hall, Bridgman street (off King Edward street). A MEETING of Mr Statbam’s LADY SUPPORTERS will bo held at Mr Statlmm’a Rooms, 94 Princes street (opposite National Rank), on TUESDAY, Ist December, at 5 p.m. , A COMBINED MEETING of Mr STATHAM’S COMMITTEE’S will he held at Mr Statham’n Rooms on TUESDAY EVENING, Ist pros., at 8 o’clock. CHALMERS ELECTION. MR W. D. MASON, the Selected Liberal Candidate, will be pleased to MEET and ADDRESS the ELECTORS as under: HIGHOLIFF.—TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), 30th. at 7 to 8 o'clock. SANDYMOUNT (Pukchild HaII).—TONIGHT (MONDAY), 30th, at 8.30 p.m. TAINUI METHODIST CHURCH, Main road. —TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, at 8 p.m. BROAD BAY PUBLIC HALL.—WEDNBSDAY, -DECEMBER 2, at 7 p.m. NORTH-EAST HARBOR SCHOOL at 8.30 p.m. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORAL DISTRICT. IN connection with the Election for the above Electorate the following NOMINATIONS have been received by mo; DALTON. THOMAS HENRY SIDBY, THOMAS KAY. The POLL in pursuance of the Legislature Act, 1908, and its amendments will be taken at the following Polling Places on THURSDAY, 10th (lay of December, 1914, between the hour;- of 0 a.m. and 7 p.m. : 1. South Dunedin Town lI3JI (principal). 2. The Wesleyan Schoolroom, Wesley street, South Dunedin. 3. The Masonic Hall, Cargill road, South Dunedin. 4. The Oddfellows’ Hall, David street, Caversham. 5. The Presbyterian Hall, Marion street, Caversham. 6. Fanlds’s Homestead, Green Island Bush. 7. The Presbyterian Sunday School Hall, St. Clair. 8. Tho Town Hall, St. Hilda. 9. The Public School, Musselburgh. 10. The Presbyterian Schoolroom, Musselburgh. 11. Alexander’s Homestead, Brighton road, - Green Island. 12. The Public School, Concord. Dated this 30th day of November, 1914. B. MERCER, Returning Officer. DUNEDIN CENTRAL ELECTORATE. IN connection with the Election for the above Electorate the following NOMINATIONS have been received' by me; MUNRO, JAMES WRIGHT STATHAM, CHARLES ERNEST. The POLL in pursuance of the Legislature Act, 1908, and its amendments will be taken at tho following Polling Places on THURSDAY, the 10th day of December - , 1914, between the houvis of 9 a.m and 7 p.m.:—1. The Victoria Hall, Agricultural Buildings. Crawford stret (principal). 2. The Public School, High street, Dunedin. 3. The Mission Hall.. Walker street, Dunedin. 4. The Mission Hall, Russell street, Dunedin. 5. Tho Council Chambers, Mornington. 6. The Old Council Chambers, Mornington. 7. Tho Methodist Church at Belleknowcs. 8. Berwick’s Store, Main South road, Caversham. 9. Oddfellows’ Hall, King Edward street. 10. Kirkland Hall, Green Island. 11. Caversham Public Hall, Main South road, Gavershara. 12.—Church of Christ, Green Island. 13. Baptist Church Hall, Elgin road, Mornington. Dated this 30th day of November, 1914. H. MAXWELL, Returning Officer. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTORATE. IN connection with the Election for the above Electorate the following NOMINATIONS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED by me: JOHNSON, JOHN THOMAS MAGUIRE, WILLIAM EDWARD JOHN STEWART, WILLIAM DOWN lE. The POLL in pursuance of tho Legislature Act, 1908, and its amendments will be taken at the following Polling Places on THURSDAY, tho tenth day of December, 1914, between tho hou;? of ii o in. *io* 1 pm 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.—Garmon Hall, Dowling strait fprinerpa ). 7. 8, g.—The Public School, Moray place. 10, 11.—Isaacs'ss Shop, Lower Hanover street. 12.—Tho Public- School, Albany stsreet. 13.—Tiie Public School, Arthur street. 14, 15, 16. —Tho Rnslyn Council Chambers, Highgato, Roslyn. 17, 18.—Tho Roslyn Institute, Higiigate, Roslvn. 19, 20.—'The Wakari Hall, Naim street, Roslyn. 21. —Tho Mission Hall, Brockville. Hoslyn. 22.—Tho Boarding-house of Mrs Lily Wedderspoon, Lower Main road (opposite Roslyn Woollen Mills), Roslyn. 23.—Bunting’s Store, Halfway Bosh. 24, 25.—01 d Knox Church School, Great King street. Dated this 30th dav of November, 1914. B. HARPER, Returning Officer. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. IN CONNECTION with the ELECTION for the above Electorate, the following NOMINATIONS haye been received by me;— THOMSON, GEORGE MALCOLM WALKER, ANDREW. Tho POLL, in pursuance of the Legislature Act, 1908, and its Amendments, will be token between the hours o£ 9 a.m. and T p.m. at the following Polling Places on THURSDAY, the 10th day of December, 1914; 1, The Public School, George street (principal). 2. The Public School, TJpion street. 3. Oddfellows’ Hall. Albany street. 4. M'Laren’s Hall (Gardens). North-eaat Valley. 5. Council Chambers. North-east Valley. 6. The Public School, Upper Junction. 7, The Public School, Pine Hill. 8. The Public Scliool, Leith Valley. 9. Tho Mission Hall, Woodhaugh. 10. Council Chambers, Maori Hill. 11. The Polling Booth (house), Dixou’e Factory, Wakari. 12. The Mission Hall, Opoho. Dated this 30th day of November, 1014. DAVID LARNAOH. Returning Officer. WANTED Known—That BEilteeds, Circulars, Cards, Programmes, and General Printing of every description are executed at the ‘ Evening- Star Office at Moderate Price*

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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