■^LECTION NOTICE' BOROUGH OF GREYMOUTH. Notice is hereby oiven that in accordance with the provisions p£ " The Municipal Corporation Act, 1867," Three Councillors will have to be Elected on the 10th day of September instant, being the second Thurs- i day in the mmith, in the room of Messrs Magoflin, Kae, and Kilgour, who retire in rotation, but are eligile for re-election. Now, I, William Horton Revel!, Returning Officer, hereby appoint Wednesday, the 9th I day of September, 1868, to be the Nomination Day, and require that all Nominations must be made in writing, signed by the Candidate and three qualified electors, on or before Tuesday, the day preceding the Nomination day aforesaid, at the Resident Magistrate's Office. Greymouth ; and the Poll, if necessary, will be taken on Thursday, the 10th day of September, 1868. W. H. lIEVELL, Returning Officer. Dated this sth September, ISGB. rpo THE MUNICIPAL ELECTORS OF GREYMOUTH. Gentlemen — Flourishing as I do at the present time in the dignity of Councillor, and however reluctantlj', according to the order of events I must necessarily retire from so honored, responsible, and onerous a position, but withal so enviable, I may not perhaps be considered presumptious if I again solicit the favor of your votes for re-election. In the event of my being triumphantly returned at the head of the poll, which will of course be the case^ allow me to remark that no other apology for such a favor can possibly be deemed necessary, save my heartfelt thanks for your (in my opiuion) singular discernment displayed in my talent and ability, and would intimate, as in the late election, that 1 don't intend to personally canvas, presuming such free and enlightened citizens will necessarily go to the poll untrammelled by any given pledge. Excuse my brevity on political matters, and I am, Gentlemen, the same D. MAGOFFIN. nno THE ELECTORS OF GREYMOUTH. Gentlemkn,— In announcing myself as a Caudidate for a scat in the Municipal Council, I respectfully request your suffrages. My interests are so identical with yours, and so thoroughly have I cast my lot among you, that you may rest safely assured of my best energies being devoted to the progress of Greymouth. I remain, Yours respectfully, | J. KILGOUR. nno THE ELECTORS OF GREYMOUTH. Gentlemen, — In offering myself as a Candidate for the honor of being one of ycur Members in the Municipal Council, I can conscientiously | assure you, if elected, I shall endeavor to discharge my duties, not only strenuously, but impartially for the benefit of Greymouth. I am, Your obedient Servant, E. MASTERS. WANTED, a smart active Boy. Apply to Strike and Blackmore, Brewers, Gresson street. WANTED, Three Respectable Girls for Westport ; references required. Apply, personally or by letter, to Mr Timothy Sheehan, Nelson Hotel, Westport. WANTED, a Packer, with three or four horses, to take goods up the New River. Apply to Mi- Bylund, Nelson Dairy, Richmond Quay. WANTED, a Girl, 14 or 15 years of age, to make herself generally useful. Apply Western Drug Hall. IF this should meet the meet the eye of ALEXANDER MURRAY, it will inform him that he can communicate with his brother, who was lately at Kaikoura, by addressing to John Murray, care of Mr John Tinline, Lyndon, Amuri, by Christchurch. MR SAMUEL C. M'KAY, care of Mr John Keir, Hokitika— a letter directed as above is at the Ship Hotel for you. PETER STAUNTON — Your brother Patrick wishes to hear from you. Addross office of this paper.
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