(ffifobenunent Notos, ELECTION NOTICE. ELECTORAL DIBIRICT OF WAIMEA. IN pursuance of the " Regulations of Elections Act, 1870," I, Thomas Buunnke, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Waimea, do hereby give notice that, by virtue of a Writ bearing date the 30th day of December, 1870, under the Public Seal of the Colony, an ELECTION will beheld for tho return of ON E quilified pen>on to servo as MEMBER of tho HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES for th 6 said Electoral Disfrict; and that the NOMINATION of Candidates will take place afc the Institute, Wakefield, on FRIDAY, the 27th day of January, 1871, at Twelve o'clock at noon ; and that the POLL (if necessary) will be taken ou MONDAY, the 13 th day of February, 1871. Tiiomas Beunneb, Returning Officer. Dated this 4th day of January, 1871. The following places are POLLING PLACES for the Electoral District of Waimea :—: — Institute, Wakefield ; School -room, Spring Grove ; Pchool-room, Upper Wakefield ; Library, Motueka Valley ; Court-house, Waugopeka ; M'Gregor's Store, Tiraumea ; Warden's Office, Matakituki. Thomas Bbunnee, Returning Officer. Dated this 4th day of January, 1871. 112 ELECTION NOTICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SUBURBS OF NELSON. IN pursuance of the " Regulation of Elecions Act, 1870," I, Tuomas Brunnee, Returning Officer for tho Electoral District of Suburbs of Nelson, do hereby give notice that, by virtue of a Writ bearing date the 30th day of December, 1870, under the Public Seal of the Colony, an ELECTION will be held for the return of ONE qualified ppivon to eervo as MEMBER of the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES for the said Flectoral District; and that the NOMINATION of Candidates will ts,ko place at the Provincial Hull, Nelson, on THURSDAY, the 26th dny of January, ]871, at Twelve oYlook at Noon ; and that the POLL (if necessary) will bB taken ou TUESDAY, the 7ih day of February, 1871. Thomas Bkunnkr, Returning Officer. Dated this 4th day of January, 1871. The following places are POLLING PLACES for the Electoral District of Suburbs of Nelson :— Provincial Hall, Nelson j School-house, Hill-Bide ; School-house, Stoke ; Institute, Richmond. Thomas Beunneb, Returning Officer. Dated this 4th day of January, 1871. 43 npO RALPH RICHARDSON, Esq., M.A. Sin— Wo, the undersigned, Electors of the Suburban Electoral District of Nelson, respectfully request you to allow yourself to be nominated as a CANDIDATE for the seat in the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES vacated by Mr. Wells. Although you are as yet untried in political life, we have such confidence in your high personal character and ability, that if you accede to our request we will endeavour, by every means in our power, to secure your election. We are, Sir, Your most obedient servants, J. M. Pierson, William Small, W. H. Turner, William Gill, George Blanchett, Samuel Kingdon, Stephen Close, Alexander Wragg, John Humphries, John Flower, William Ray nor, S. B. Sileock, Dennis Frost, juu., Robert Hooker, Benjamin Gill, A. Edwards, Henry Aldridge, J. Cundy, Henry Flower, W. Parker, Thomas Dodsou, B. Condell, George Frost, J. Smith, John Powell, F. Giblin, Kenneth Ross, E. Cresswell, John Bungate, R Tear, i Robert Donald, D. Norgato, Isaac Harvey, John Bradley, Thomas Blanchett, Thomas Tidd, John Flower, John Morrison, C. J. Chamberlain, George Gifford, A. G. Brock, William Westley, H. Fiven, Benjamin Lines, E. Malcolm, G. Harper, R. Malcolm, F. H. Gapper, James Shedy, John Haycock, Charles Walker, John Smith, Newman Boseley, T. C. Batchelor, John Fuller, R. Pollock, John Walker, R. Disher, John Aldridge, J. H. Sharland, James Mackay, Henry Dwyer, A. S. Collins, John Kidson, John Wastney, James Newport, Daniel Slater, William Sutton, Benjamin Lusty, R. Smart, William Woolley, H. Barnett, John Sutton, A. Bradley, Samuel Gifford, Emanuel Dew, Henry Hubbard, G. E. Snowden. To the Gentlemen signing the above Requisition, and to the Electors of the Suburbs of Nelson. Gentlemen — I thank you for your flattering requisition, and beg to offer myself as a Candidate for the honour of representing you iv tho General Assembly. Most of you are aware that my father and myself have been possessed of property in your district, as well as in other parts of the province, for many years, and that I myself havo been long resident amongst you. Such being the case, your interests and mine are identical, and my object in seeking to represent you is to have a voice in the regulation of those matters which may conduce to our common benefit, especially as regards the keeping down of taxation and Customs duties, as well as of expenditure in nil Government departments and undertakings, at the same time, however, doing everything in my power to further the substantial progress of the colony, together with the practical development of its industrial resources. Having no desire or intention to look for place, I shall have nothing to interfere with the independent action which, in the event of my election, I propose to take on all political matters affecting either our own particular locality or tho colony at large. I shall take an early opportunity of meeting you all in person, and explaining my views, and answering any questions you may choose to put to me on the political subjects which may affect us either locally or generally. I remain, Gentlemen, Your most obedient servant, Ralph Richaedson. Nelson, November 15, 1870. 2770
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume XXX, Issue 29, 4 February 1871
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