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NOTICE. MRS De YOUNG begs to announce that she is now CARRYING On the COAL BUSINESS in liar own NAME and on her OWN ACCOUNT. All orders left with her will be prompt!/ attended to. All accounts to be paid to the under* signed. MRS De YOUNG. NOTICE OP POLLING DAY. IN PURSUANCE of " The Regula« lion of Elections Act, 1881," and "The Electoral Acts Amendment Act, 1890," I, Henry Lucas, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Inangahua, do HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, by virtue of a Writ bearing date tbu FIFTH day of ' NOVEMBER, 1890, uudor cha hand of the Clerk of the Wiits, AN ELECTION WILL BE HKLD for the return of a qualified person to eeive m a member for the sai-J Electoral District, AND that the POLL, IF NECESSARY, will be taken at the several Polling ptoceß of the laid district on the FIFTH DAY of DECEMBER, 1890. Every person desirous of becoming a caudida.e must be nominated by not less than two Electors- ot tho district by a nomination paper as prescribed by Seotion Five of the Amendment Act, delivered to the Returning Offiei, ON or BEFORE the TWENTYSEVENTH day of NOVEMBER, 1890. The following are the polling piaoet for the Electoral District of Inanga* him : — The Courthouse, Reefton (principal). The Schoolhoust, Black's Point. McHurdy's Buildings, Litlle Grey. The Public Hall, Granville, The Courthouse, Ahaura The Sohoolhouao, Orwell The Schoolhouse, Cape Foulwiud Mrs Clarke's Assembly Room, N«Uon Creek Mr Archbold's Dwelling, Moonlight The Schoolhouse, Boatman's The Schoolhouse, Inangahua Junction The Schoolhouse, Addison's The Schoolhouse, Brighton The Courthouse, Charleston The Publio Hall, Murohison Spencer's Building, Glenroy White's Building, White's Point Ryall's Store, Barrytown Peter Wilson's House, Nine-mile, Nortk Besch The Schoolhouse, Taylorville Kelly's Barn, Twelve-Mile The Courthouse, No Town Frank Pitt's Store, Red Jack* , Kinsella's Store, Blackball Wilson's Boarding House, Tawhai HENRY LUCAS, Returning Officer. GENERAL ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE INANGAHUA. HENTLEMEN., —Having this day vT beeu notified that I have been selected by ballot by a very Urge majority to contest tho Inangahua Seat ir. tht» interests of the Labonr Unionists at tho forthcoming election, i and having also been requested by a lurge number of other electors in this and different parts of the electorate to allow myself to be nominated as a oandidate for the representation of the I Constituency, I hereby anuonnce that f in compliance with the above requisitions I am a candidate for the repre« seulatiou of the Inangahua at the coming election. I shall make known through the public pres3 in a few days, the lines of policy I iriteml to adhere, to ; and slml! cake an early opportunity of visiting you at the various centres O* tho Electorate, aud address you upon my political views. I ate, Geutlemeu, Obediently Youre, JOHN DRAKE. TO THE ELECTORS OF IN» ANGAHUA. n ENTLKMEN,— I have the honor to state th*t it U my intention to SEEK RE-ELECTION at your hauds at the forthcoming general election for the House of Representatives. Re- ' lyii»K on my past uervices Ido this with every confident.?. I hope shorti v ..> usit the vamous ntres, and submit my views on political questions. I am, \oars faithfully, RICHARD REKVES,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Inangahua Times, Volume XV, Issue 20881, 17 November 1890

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Inangahua Times, Volume XV, Issue 20881, 17 November 1890