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AMUSEMENTS. THE I N G ’ S T HEATRE. FULLERS’ CONTINUOUS PICTURES. 6.50. EVERY EVENING. 6.30. An Entirely New War Film Pull-of Exciting Incidents. ANTWERP UNDER SITCT AND SHELL. ANTWERP UNDER SHOT AND SHELL. Arrival of British Tm-s and Marines.—Armored Cars. —Murines in the Firing Lino.— Snipers at Work.—The. British Put Up a Splendid Defence Outside Antwerp. PATIIB WAR GAZETTE. A Magnificent List of War News. The Great “Domino” Drama, FIRES OF AMBITION. A Powerful Photo-Play of Intense Interest. Splendidly Produced, Magnificently Acted. ACCUSED Kalem Drama, Awakening of Barbara Date Vita. •\ud the Very Latest. Keys!one, RECREATION. RECREATION. Charles Chaplin “Butting In” Everywhere. Absolutely One of tho Funniest of CHARLES CHAPLIN COMEDIES. NOTE. —The Special War Pictures v.dll be screened at 6.30 and 8.20. ADULTS. 6d. CHILDREN. 3d. ALL SAINTS’ GUILD SALE. : ANNUAL SALE OF WORK will bo held in the Schoolroom, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, December 2 and 3. Indian, Japanese, and Liberty Goods at reasonable prices, suitable for Ninas Presents. Entertainment each evening. Admission: Afternoons Free, Evenings Is. T ELECTION NOTICES. CHALMERS ELECTION. George s. Thomson, f.p.a., n.z., Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS As Under; PORTOBELLO HALL. TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY), at 8 o’clock. SANDYMOUNT SCHOOL.—WEDNESDAY, at 3 p.m. HIGHCLIFF SCHOOL.—WEDNESDAY, at 8 p.m. N.E. HARBOR SCHOOL.—THURSDAY, at 2 p.m. PUKEHIKI HALL.—THURSDAY, at 3.30 p.m. CHALMERS ELECTION. MR W. D. MASON, tho Selected Liberal Candidate, will be pleased to MEET and ADDRESS the ELECTORS as under: TAINUI METHODIST CHURCH, Main road. -TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, at 8 p.m. BROAD BAY PUBLIC HALL.—WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, at 7 p.m. NORTH-EAST HARBOR SCHOOL at 8.30 p.m. CHALMERS ELECTORATE. JAMES M. DICKSON, tho Government Candidate, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under; SAWYERS BAY PUBLIC HALL.— WEDNESDAY, December 2nd, at 8 PURAKANUI SCIIOOLHOUSE. THURSDAY, December 3, at 8 p.m. NOTICE ’OF LICENSING POLL AND NATIONAL PROHIBITION POLL. AND OF THE TRUE AND PLACE FOR SELECTION OF FIT PERSONS TO APPOINT SCRUTINEERS THERE* FOR TN PURSUANCE of the Licensing Act, jL 1908, and tho Aiucnduicm-s thereto, 1, Stuart Ross M’Donald, Returning Officer for tho Chalmers Licensing District, do hereby give, notice that on the lOih day of DECEMBER, 1914, tho day appointed for taking the Electoral Poll for the Electoral District of CHALMERS, simultaneously therewith a LICENSING POLL will be taken upon the following Proposals: I A'olc for Continuance. I Vote for No-liccnsc. And, concurrently with iho taking of the said Licensing Poll, there will be submitted for the determination of the Electors of the said Licensing District tho question whether NATIONAL PROHIBITION shall como into force throughout New' Zealand. Tho question will bo submitted in the following form : I Yolo, for National Continuance. I Vote for National Prohibition. NOMINATIONS of Persons to Appoint Scrutineers, in accordance with the Licensing Act, 1908, and the Amendment* thereto, must bo lodged with me not later than 5 o'clock in, the afternoon of tho 3rd day of DECEMBER. 191-1. and I hereby give notico that I shall on the hfh day of December, 1014, at the hour of 2 o’clock in the afternoon at my Office in the Magistrate's Court at Port Chalmers, publicly consider all Nomination Papers of Persons to Appoint. Scrutineers which have been duly lodged in respect of the Licensing Poll for "tho said Licensing District and in respect of tho National Prohibition Poll. Dated at Port Chalmers, this first day of December, 1914. S. R M'DONALD, Returning Officer. CHALMERS ELECTORATE. IN connection with the Election for tho above E.uciorate th> following NOMINATIONS have been received by me; DICKSON, JAMES M'COLL MASON. WILLIAM DARCY THOMSON, GEORGE SAMUEL. Tho POLL in pursuance of tho Legislature Act, 1908, and its amendments will be taken at tho following Polling Places on THURSDAY, (he 10th day of December, 1914: 1. The Garrison Hal!, Port Chalmers (Principal). 2. The Publiu School, Sawyers Bay. 5. Tho Public School, -St.. Leonards. 4. The Public School, Ravcnsbotinie. 5. The Presbyterian School Hall, Anderson’s Bay. 6. The .Public School, Highclifr. 7. The Public School, Samlymount. 8. The Public School, Broad Bay. 9. The Public School. Portobello. 10. Tho Public School, Hooper’s Inlet. 11. The Public School. North-cast Harbor. 12. Tho Public School, Otakau. 13. The Public School, Taiaroa Heads. 14. Tho Public School, Purakanui. 15. The Public School, Mount Cargill. 16. Tho Public School, bower llnrbor (Port Chalmers). 17. Tho Barracks, Deborah Bay (Port Chalmers). 18. Mr .1. Clark',* House, Pigeon Flat (Waitati). 19. Mr Donald Munro's House, Ilcynoldstown (Port Chalmers). 20. Tho Coronation Hall. Mosgicl. 21. The Public School, Fairfield. 22. The Public School, North Taicri. 23. The Public School, liiujiuou. 24, Tho Public School, Otokia. 25. Tho Public School. Wbare Flat. 26. Tho Public School, Allanton. 27. The Public School, Kuri Bush. 28. Tho Public Hall, Henley. 29. Uiccnrton Hall, East Taicri. 30.■ The. Polling Booth. Lung's, Halfway " Bnali. 31. The Public School, Wylie’s Crossing. 32. White’s Workshop. Musselburgh Rise. 35. Marquee, corner Tainui road and Anderson’s Bay road (Anderson’s Bay). Hours of Polling, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dated this 30th day of November, 1914. S. R. M’DONALD, Returning Officer. EDUCATION BOARD OF THE DISTRICT OF OTAGO. ELECTION OF MEMBER. NOVEMBER, 1914 . EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY, CENTRAL WARD. IN ACCORDANCE wkh Section 24 of tho Education Act, 1808, it is Hereby Notified that JAMES WALLACE has been duly elected a member of the Education Board of the District of Otago for the Central Ward, to fill the Vacancy caused by tho death of the Hon. Thomas Fergus. The number of valid votes recorded for each candidate in tho election was: WALLACE, JAMES 49 WILKINSON, JAMES HENRY 31 Macdonald, eliz. h.b., m.a., m.d. is CALDER, GEORGE' 9 BROWN; STEPHEN NOBLE 8 The total number of valid- votes recorded was 115. The total number of voting reapers

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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