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AUCTIONS. CONTINUATION OP SALE. THURSDAY, 3xd DECEMBER,' At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, " The Mansions," afc the top of Stafford street, City, and also at No. 151 Stafford ttrcet (immediately opposite). Instructed by Mrs W. B. Ponhey, -who Is giving up business owing to ill-health. MODERN FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS. A vido range of practically new Furniture— Drawing, Dming, Smoking, and Sitting Rooms. Bedroom, Hall, and Kitchen. AnTHOUT~RESERVE. IK. REYNOLDS, LIMITED, will soil by auction, a-s above. NOTE.—The Blankets, Linen, and Napery are now to bo removed to our rooms, Manse street, and will be sold nest week. SATURDAY, sth DECEMBER, At 1 o'clock sharp. At Rooms, liiverpool and Bond streets. 25 ACRES GROUND, with SUPERIOR HOUSE, EIGHT BOOMS. JOHN KETD AND SONS, LIMITED, 3 instructed by Captain Robert Eraser, will offer, as above. Hit very desirable Property, comprising 25 acres, with superior House (bungalow stylo) of 8 rooms and conveniences; glasshouse, stable, trap shod, dairy, fowlhouso, flower and vegetable garden, orchard, etc. This property commands a magnificent view of 'Ot-Tgo Harbor and Port Chalmers wharves, mid is nn ideal spot for a city nun desirous of residing in the country yet within a few minuted of the, railway and handy to town: or wo.ild suit a poultry fanner or retired farmer. To a family mail a properly of this description means cheap living--no milk, butter, egg. or coal bills (fir»tcla.v< firewood on tho estate)—and his own fruit and vegetables. Tho reserve has been find at a low Iguiv, and only a small deposit is required, full particulars on application. Tho land is in good heart, and feed plentiful. Inspection is advised and invitfd. SPLENDID FREEHOLD PROPERTY, No. 7 Grey 6treet, Musselburgh (Off Queen's Drive, 2 minutes from car). FINE MODERN. WELL-BUILT SIXROOMED RESIDENCE and STABLING. T,. be Sold by Auction MON DAY, 14th DECEMBKK At. 12.30 o'clock, At Laud Sale Rooms, 213 Frinees si.roet. LiflnK'tf.d by .1. D. M7.v-.in. Esq., who is leaving Duntditi for the North. OHN GEERTN AND CO. J vtill sell by auction, as above. ELECTION NOTICES. ELECTORS OF DUNEDIX Ml-ST. l A\7 E. <y. MAGUIRB. TUE PEopl.K'-i ' * POPC LAR CAN DID.YT I-.. •JU-NIGHT WEDNESDAY), WAK.AKI iI.M.L. Proiu scats vesciTed tor Ladies. OTAGO CENTRAL ELECTORATE. IN CONNECTION with the ELECTION for the above Electotr.tc the. following NOMINATIONS havu been received by BODKIN. WILLLaM. ALEXANDER SCOTT, ROBERT. Tho POLL, in pursuance of the turo Act, 1908, and its Amendments, will ba taken at, the following Polling Places on THURSDAY, the 10th \Jav of December, 1914: 1. Oddfellows' Hall, N use by < principal). 2. Alexandra Town Hall. 3. Bald Hill Flat, Public School. _ 4. JJarewood. Hall, Bare, wood Hoc f-. 5. Beaumont, P. MK.iy's iJousc. G. Peek.-, Public Schocl. 7. Berwick Public. School. 8. Blackstono Hill Public Hai!. 9. Cumbrian Public School. 10. Chat-to Creek Public School. 11. Clvde-Croiinvcll roid, W. Mavo's House. 12. Clydn Pound Farm, 1.. G. SI Houe-e. 13. Coal Creek Flat. Public School. 14. Ci-ookstcn Public School .15. Deep Stream. John liutler's House. :6. Dunrobin Public School. 17. Edirvale, Georgo Spcnetr':- House. 18. Ettrick Public School. 19. Galloway Public School. 20. i.iiiiinicrt/urn Public School. 21. Gletikenick (near Kolso) Public School. 22. Green Valley Public School. 23. Hnlli'lay's Plat (Moa Creek), The Tin. Shed." 24. Hamilton's South, Tho Reading Room. 25. Henley Public School. 20. Heriot Atrerueum Hall. 27. Hindon Public School. 28. Hindon Railway Station. Ladies' Waiting Room. 29. Hvdo Courthouse. 30. Ida Va!!ev Public School. 31. Kelso, Dunnet's Hall. 32. Kokoiiga Public School, 33. Kyburn Public School. 34. Kyehnrn Diggings Public School. 35. Lauder Public School. 36. Lee Stream, John Dcans's House. 37. Maotae-i Courthouse 38. Manorbur* Dam (Moa. Creek). Trie Barracks. 3D. Matakanui Public School. 40. Maungatua. Public School. 41. Merino Downs Publio School. 42. Middtemarcu Courthouse 43. Millers Flat, Tho Hall. 44. Moa Creek Public School. 45. Moa Flat {Settlement Public School. 46. 'Momona Public School. 47. Moonlight Publio School. 48. Ngapun* Publio SchooL 49. Omakau Railway Station, Th* Porters' Room--50. Oiphir Courthouse. 51. Otokia, Taieri County Hot. 52. Oturehua Hall. 53. Outram Courthouse. 54. Paera-j, Howell's Woolsheds. 55. Patesroa Publio Hall. 56. Poolburn Public School. 57. Raes Junction Public School. 58. Ranfurly, Harris's Hall. 59. Roxburgh Athenaeum Hall. 60. Shannon (near Sutton) Public School. 61. St. Bathans Courthouse. 62. Sutton Publio School. 63. Waikoikoi, D. M'Beath's House. 64. Waipiata Public Hall. 65. Wedderbuxn, White's Ilall. 66. Woodside Public School. Dated this 30th day of November, 1914. J. A. NORRTE, Returning Officer. NOTICE OF LICENSING POLL AND NATIONAL PROHIBITION POLL. AND OF TTME AND PLACE FOR SELECTION OF FIT PERSONS TO APPOINT SCRUTINEERS THEREFOR. IN PURSUANCE of the Licensing Act, 1908, and the Amendments thereto, I, James Alexander Norrio, Returning Officer forthoOtago Central Licensing District, do herebv give notice that on the 10th day or DECEMBER, 1914, the day appointed for taking the Electoral Poll for the Electoral District of OTAGO CENTRAL, simultaneously therewith a LICENSING POLL will be taken upon tho following Proposals:— I Vote for Continuance. I Vot© for No-license. And, concurrently with the taking of the said Licensing Poll, thero will be submitted for the determination of the Electors of the said Licensing District the question whether NATIONAL PROHIBITION shall come into foroe throughout New Zealand. The question will be submitted in the following torm:I Vote for National Continuance. I Vote for National Prohibition. NOMINATIONS of Persons to Appoint Scrutineers, in accordance with the Licensing Act, 1908, and the Amendments thereto, must be lodged with me not lat«r than 5 o'clock in t"he afternoon of the third day of DECEMBER, 1914, and I hereby give notico that I shall on the sixth day of DECEMBER, 1914, at tho hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at my office in Naseby, publicly consider all Nomination Papers of Persona to Appoint Scrutineers which have been duly lodged in respect of the Licensing PoH for the said Licensing District and in respect of tho National Prohibition Poll. Dated at Naseby tliis 30th day of November. 1914. J. A. NORJUB, Returning Office

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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