LOCAL OPTION POLL. FORM OF VOTING PAPER. 1 INSTRUCTIONS HOW TO VOTE. SCRATCH OUT THE LAST TWO LINES, THUS :— 1 I Vote that Number of Licenses existing in District continue. 1 I Voto that Number of Lioonooo oxisting in Diotriot bo Roduood, I Voto that no Lioonso bo granted in Diotriot N.B. — Electors are reminded that the Local Option Vote is quite distinct | from the voting for Members of the House of Representatives, although both Elections take place on the same day. The Committee issuing this leaflet is neither Liberal nor Conservative but ANTLPBOHIBITION. HOW TO VOTE —FOE— NO LICENSE & REDUCTION AT THE Local Option Poll. I Yoto that numbor of Lioonooo oxioting in Diotriot oontinuo. — I Vote that number of Licenses existing in District be reduced. I Vote that no Licenses be granted in District. Don't be misled by other papers differently marked from the above that may be handed you outside the Polling Booth. They are for the Liquor Traffic STRIKE OUT THE TOP LINE!
EWABT'S VICTORIA HALL. GRAND MILITARY CONCERT IN /ID OF i /HARRISON BAND UNIFORM U FUND. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. PROGRAMME. ist PART. " God Save the Queen." 1. Solo and Chorus, " Rule Britannia," Mr Barlow and Company 2. Cornet Solo, "" The British Grenadiers," Mr E. Rose. 3. Song, " Sons of the Empire," Mr Mclntosh. 4. Solo and Chorus, " Soldiers of the Queen," Mr Sturrock and Company. 5. Selection, Garrison Band. 6. Song, " Let me like a Soldier Fall," Mr ]. Rose. 7. Song and Chorus, "Red, White and Blue/ Girls and Company. INTERVAL OFTEN MINUTES. 2ND PART. 1. Selection, Garrison Band, 2. Physical Drill, (with Band accompaniment,) Menheim Rifles. 3. Song, " Why Rouse the British Lion," Mr Sturrock. 4. Song, u So we can Again," Mr Silvius. 5. Selection, Mr Holdawayand Band. 6. Song, " Tommy Atkins," Mr L. Griffiths. 7. Solo and Chorus, " Sons of the Sea," Mr Mclntosh and Company. ■ GOD SAVE THE QUEEN. Front Seats, 2/- ; Back Seats, i/- --, Doors open 7.30 p.m. ; Commence 8 p.m. In Aid of Garrison Band Uniform Fund. 1 — — , Conductor. Mr Sturrock. Pianiste .. .. .. Miss Elbeck. WAIRAU ELECTORATE. IN pnrsnanoe of Section 76 of "The Electoral Act, 1898," ' I hereby advertise the namea of the 1 several candidates at the eleotion of 1 One Member of the House of Repre--1 sentatives for the Electoral District 1 of Wairan, the poll wherefore is appointed for the 6th day of Deoember, 1899. Walter Lovslaoe Clifford, Chableb HouaHTON Mills. B. D. NOSWORTBT, Returning Officer, ■ WAIRAU ELEOTION. j ——> i f I/fE W. L. CLIFFORD will adJjjL dress the electors as under : k Eoromiko, FRIDAY, Deoember let, I 7.30 p.m, T^e Portage, Eeneperu, SATUB- * DAY, Deoember 2nd, at noon. » Manaroa, SATURDAY, Deoember » 2nd, 7.80 p.m, 3 Tua Marina, MONDAY, 4th, at 8 p.m., Hastilow's Hall. . Springlands, TUESDAY, stb, 6.80 ' p.m., bchoolhouse. Grovetown, TUESDAY, 6th, 8 p.m., Sohoolhouse. 1 i , TO THE ELECTORS OF THE WAIBIU DIBTRIOT. ; MR. 0. H. MILLS, M.H.R., 1 "TNVITEB hiß Constituents to mccl X him at the following places :— a Grovetown Sohool, MONDAY, 4th Deoember, at 8 p.m. - Springlanda School, TUESDAY, 6tl Deoember, at 8 p.m. I, -"■" FOB SALE. I rpWO Six-horßß Teams. Waggon vi JL all oomplpte. Q. BOYOE & BON. to "171 D WARDS 1 XXX Ale and Stoa Sh defies competition.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Marlborough Express, Volume XXXIV, Issue 281, 30 November 1899
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