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PUBLIC NOTICES. DECLARATION OF RESULT OF. POLL, AND NOTIFICATION OF SECOND BALLOT. I BENJAMIN HARPER, Returning 5 Ofticer for the Electoral District of Grey, do hereby declare the result of the poll taken on the 17th. dav of July, 1913, for the election of a MEMBER of the House of Representatives for the said , district to be as follows: VotesCandidates. . „ polled. PIANNAN;- MICHAEL ...:..... 203.9 MICHEIi; : HENKY LESLIE 21 So WEBB, PATRICK CHARLES ... 2091 Tot^l niimber .. valid votes polled 63 fo, . Absolute', majority, required. ■•• 3160 Nuiri'ber" votes rejected as informal .:... 21 Arid • I*- further''- declare -that; as no candidate has received ah:.. ' absolute majority of votes, a SECOND BALLOT WILL BE TAKEN on'THURS.I DAY: ttie 24th.' d"ay of July, 19 13, be'i tween HENRY LESLIE MICHEL andPATRICK CHARLES -.WEBB: '. Dated/ at Greymouth, this 21st. day <"rf JWy,'-^^- " •/ . '; V '■ B. HARPER, •'•■•' Vl ; Returning- Officer. The- following are the Polling Places for the Electoral District of- Grey : — No 31.— Atarau, the Public School, Lower Moonlight. . . No: 18.-— Barry town,' the Public School. ..' ... . No. 43.-r-Big River, the Polling Booth. -'. ■ ;. ,■ -i .. No's. 27, 28;^— Blackball, the Public School. v Not 33:— Blackwater, -the Public School. No. 14. — Blaketown", the Public ■School. No 19.— Canoe Creek, the Polling Booth, near Barrytown Road. Nos. 15, 16.— Cobden, the Public School. No. 22. — Dunollie, the Druids' Hall. No' 41.— Globe Hall, the Public School. Nos. 10, 11. — Greymouth, Alexander Street, the St Columba Club Rooms. No 13. — Greymouthj Grey River, Hospital No. 12.— Greymouth, the County Council Chambers. Nos. 8, 0— Greymouth. the District High School. Nos. 1. 2. 3. 4. — Greymouth. (principal), the Supreme Court Nos. 5. 6. 7. — Greymouth, the Towr Hall. No.' 44. — Hihau, the Railway Station. No. 45.— Hukawai, the Tolling Booth. No. 32. — Ikamatua, the Public School. No. 34. — MawheTaiti, the Railway Station. No. 42. — Merrijigs, the Public School \ No. 30. — Moonlight, the Public School. No. -1 7-— Rapahoe, the Polling Booth North Beach. No. 38. — Reef ton, Lover Broadway, the Polling Booth. No. 39. — ReeftoTi, Reefton Railway Station, the Polling Booth. No.s v $1. 36. — Reefton, the County Council Chambers. No. 37^— Ree'fto'n, the Public School. i No.' 24.'— Rewanui, *the Polling Booth. No. 29. — Roa, Paparoa, the Public Sch.ool ■ No's;. 20, 21.— Runanga, the Public School. No. 23.—^State Mine Extension, the Polling Booth, Bin Site. Coal Creek. No. , 25.— State Mine Extension, the Polling Booth, No. 2, State Colliery. No. 26. — Taylorville, the Public School. ' No. 40. — Waitahu, the Public School. Dated 'this 21st. day of July, 1913. SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS.! SEEDS! SEEDS! E, HOPKINS BOUNDARY St". GREYMOUTH. INFORMS^ the 'Public, generally that he has just' unpacked a splendid selection of seeds comprising.: — YATES'S VEGETABLE SET-DS YATES'S FLOWER SK£DS. YATES'S VEGETABLE SICLDS. YATES'S FLOWER SLFDST YATES'S SEEDS are tenowied for their ' Excellent Germinatiiig Qualities throughout the wide world. SEE-AUR, EVERGREEN PLANTS * FjOR, INSIDE DECORATING. Spring* is* here, so purchase the best- seeds ' on the market and those are stocked by B: iSOPKINS GENERAL MERCHANT AND -.FANCY GOODS DEALER. &TUST ARRIVED all rar'Men's *nd O , Boy's WINTER OVERCOATS, pneeg fr®ra 37s 6d npward. See o»r MOTOR COATS *Rt 7oi. \t'n I cratkar.^ •-Fofarty ««f Williana. '

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Grey River Argus, 24 July 1913

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