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To the Electors of the {fliristchufch. Country District. Gentlemen, I keg to offer myself as a Candidate for a seat in the Provincial Council, as one of your Representatives; and if you honour me with your confidence and support shall constantly endeavour to promote the welfare and interests of this colony. I am, Gentlemen, Your's obediently, W. B. Beat. To the Electors of the Christchurch Country District. Gentlemen, XHINDING that an impression prevails -*- that my duties as Returning Officer will prevent me from coming forward as a Candidate at the ensuing Election of Members of the Provincial Council, I have the honour to inform you that his Excellency ■ the Governor, acting upon the 37th clause j of the Proclamation of the sth March, has deputed to me the power of appointing a Returning Officer in the event of my declining to act personally in that capacity,— which power I propose to act upon. I therefore once more offer myself as a Candidate for the 'honour of being one of your -Representatives in the Provincial Council, assuring you, that should you do me ths honour to elect me, it will at all. times be my most anxious endeavour to promote your interests to the utmost extent of my power. I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your very faithful servant, Charles Simeon. To the Electors of the Christchurch Country District. Gentlemen, T beg* to offer myself as a Candidate for -■- a seat in the Provincial Council. In' the event; of my election, I should endeavour, to the best of my ability, to promote the welfare of all classes in the settlement, while I should wish to represent the Pastoral Interest with which I am more immediately connected. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, M. J. Burke. Halswell Station, 11th July, 1853. To the Electors of the Country District of Christchurch. Gentlemen, T beg leave to present myself before you -*- as a Candidate for a seat in the Provincial Council. In the event of my being elected my best efforts will be directed to the promotion of your interests, and to those of the Province generally. I have the honor to be, i Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, John Hall. Christehureh, 26th July, 1853. To the Electors of the Christchurch Country District. Gentlemen, T Respectfully request the favour of your -*- support as a Candidate for a seat in the Provincial Council. Should you elect me as one of your representatives, I would use my best exertions to promote the interests of all classes of my fellow Colonists, by the faithful and independent discharge of the trust confided to me. . I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, Charles Bowen July 27, 1853.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Lyttelton Times, Volume III, Issue 139, 3 September 1853

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Lyttelton Times, Volume III, Issue 139, 3 September 1853

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