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ELECTION NOTICES. GENERAL ELECTION. 1 B, A N D FINAI RALLY, PRINCESS THEATRE. TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY), DECEMBER 9th, at. 8 o'elock. LIBERAL AND LABOR CANDIDATES. SPEAKERS: Messrs .T. W. MUXRO (Dunedin Central), T. K. SIDEY (Dunedin Soutli), A. WALK (in (Dunedin. North, J. T. JOHNSON (Dimedin West). Chairman: J. 11. F. Hamo!, E3q. R. R DOUGLAS, Secretary. GENERAL ELECTION. R R. R. DOUGLAS, Liberal Organise', WILL GIVE AN ADDRESS TO-NIGHT, at 9.30, At CARGILL'S CORNER, SOUTH DUNEDIN. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. TR G. M. THOMSON will ADDRESS - THE ELECTORS In the HOWE STREET HALL TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY), DECEMBER 9. Meeting will commenco at 8 o'clock. DUNEDIN CENTRAL. MR C. E. STATHAM WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under: MORNINGTON, TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY), 9th INST., At 8 o'clock. In tho Presbyterian Sunday School Hall. DUNEDIN WEST, [R W. DOWNIE STEWART Will Speak as follows: WAKARI DRILL HALL.—TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY). At 8 o'clock. Mr Stewart -will deal with tho Opposition Manifesto and its Misstatements, Foodstuffs, etc. Committee Room TO-MORROW (Polling Day), Oddfellows' Hall, Stuart street. Telephono numbers, 1,042 and 240. J. W. JOHNSON, Hon. Secretary. ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN WEST. TR W. E. J. MAGUIRE, Straight-out Labor Candidate, will ADDRESS you WASHERS HALL, ROSLYN, THIS EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Central Commodious Committee Rooms at Sweetings, Stuart; street, whero the Rolls may be Inspected. DUNEDIN SOUTH ELECTORATE. FINAL RALLY. R T. H. DALTON, REFORM CANDIDATE, Will Address the Electors at - SOUTH DUNEDIN TOWN HALL TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY), At 8 o'clock. Fortescuo Adams E*q., will preside. BRUCE ELECTORATE. X CONNECTION with tho ELECTION for the above Electorate, tho following NOMINATIONS have been received by me:— ALLEN, JAMES, 90 Clyde street, Dunedin, Landowner. SMITH, CILVRLES ROBERT, Farmer, 9 Salisbury 6t.>et, Montpellier. POLLING PLACES. The POLL, in pursuance of the Legislature Act, ISOB, and its Amendments, will bo taken at tho Wowing Polling Places on THURSDAY, tho 10th day of December, 1914: Nos. 1, 2, 3. Tho Coronation Hall. Milton (principal). No. 4. Mr J. O'Connor's House, Adams Flat. No. 5. Tho Public School, Akaiore. No. 6. The Public School, Akatore Beach. No. 7. The Public School, Awamangu. No. 8. Mr J. Wilkins's House, Balclutba t N'ortu. 1 No, 9. The Public School, Beaumont, No. 10. The Public School, Benhar. No. 11. Mr J. K. Crossan's House, Berwick. No. 12. Tho Public School, Blue Spur. No. 15. The Public School, Circle Hill. No. 14. Tho Public Hall, Clarendon. No. 15. Tiu Public School, Clark's Flat. No. 16 The Public School, Clydcvale. No. 17. Tho Public School, Evans Flat. No. 18. Tho Public School, Glenlcdi. No. 19. Tho Public School, Glenoro. No. 20. The Public School, Greenfield. No. 21. Tfib Public School, Hillend. No. 22. The Public School, Inch Clutha. Nos. 23 and 24. The Public School, Kaitangata. Nos 25 and 26. Tho Courthouse, LawNo. 27. Tho Public School, Lovcl'.s Flat. No. 28. Tho Public School, Manuka Crock. No. 29. The Public School, Milburn. No. 30. Tho Public School, Monevmore. No. 31. The Public School, Pukepito. No. 32. The Public School, Roiijiuhere. No. 33. Tho Public School, Stirling. Nr>. 34. Tho Public School, Slonoy Creek. No. 35. The Pubiie School, Table Hill. No. 36 The Publio School, Taieri Beach. No. 37. Tho Public School. Taieri Ferry. No. 38. The Publio Hall, Taieri Mouth. No. 59. Tho Public School, Tokoiti. No. 40. Tho Public School, Tuapeka Flat. No. 41. The Public School, Tuapeka Moulh! No. 42. The Public School, Tuapeka West. No. 43. Tho Athenaeum, Waihola. No. 44. The Public School, Waipori. No. 45. The Public School, Waipnri Falls. No. 46. The- Public School, Waitahuna. No. 47. Tho Public School, Waitahuna Gully. No 48. Tho Public School, Waitahuna West. No. 49. Tho Public School, Wangaloa. No. 50. The Public School, Waronui. No. 51. The Public School, WetliorBtoncs. No. 52. The Public School, Wharetoa. Dated at Milton this 30th dav of November, 1914. LESLIE WILLIAM POTTER, licturning Officer. NOTICE OF LICENSING POLL AND NVITONAL PROHIBITION POLL. AND OF THE TIME AND PLACE FOR SELECTION OF FIT PERSONS TO APPOINT SCRUTINEERS THEREFOR. XN PURSUANCE of the Licensing Act, 1908, and tho Amendments thereto, I, Leslie William Pott*r, Returning Officer for the Bruce Licensing District, do hereby give notice that on the 10th day of DECEMBER, 1914. the day appointed for taking the Electoral Poll for the' Electoral District of BRUCE, simultaneously therewith a LICENSING POLL will bo taken Upon the following Proposal: I Vote for Local Restoration. I voti for Local No-license. And, concurrently with the taking of the said Licensing Poll, there will bo submitted for the determination of the Electors of the said Licensing District the question 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. Dated at Milton this 30th day of November, 1914. LESLIE WILLIAM POTTER, Jtetuxnisg Officer,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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