Sales by Auction. I THIS DAY B. TONRS "Will sell, This Day, at 11 o'clock, QA BAGS NEW POTATOES £l\> 20 Wairoa Cheese 15 sides Colonial Bacon 10 kegs Prime Butter 20 bags Maize 10 bags Sugar 10 bags Rice Soap, Caudles, Tea, Pickles, Wines, Beer, &c, &c, &c. Also, 10 scrip Shotover G.M. Co. MONDAY, DECEMBER 6. TO TAILORS AND DRAPERS. MELTONS, TWEEDS, &c. TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS. B. T O N K S Has been instructed to sell by auction, on Monday, at 11 o'clock, Q CASES 6-4 "LIGHT MELTONS £i 2 cases 3-4 Light Tweeds Bedford Cords, &c. 1 case Summer Suits, &c, &.C., &c. MONDAY, DECEMBER 6. CLEARING-OUT SALE SUNDRIES. WITHOUT RESERVE. S. JONES Will sell by auction, on Monday ber 6, at 11 o'clock amooiT Q [CASES ASSORTED TIN WARE £i 150 Scythes, complete 20 Pack Saddles 20 Stable Eorks 1 Tin Bath 2 casks Linseed Meal 1 bale Sugar Bags 2 trunks Summer Boots 1 trunk Children's Shoes 3 bales Wool Packs 7 sacks Salt, fine, 2 cwt. eacb 12 sacks do 1 cwt. do 4 kegs Butter 1 case Blacking 1 bos Blacking 1 barrel Dried Apples 3 chests Tea 2 i-chests Tea 3 ditto do ' Waverley,' &c. 20 boxes Fancy Pipes &c, &.c, &c. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER S. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. BBANDY, IiU.U, PORT, SHERRY, CHAMPAGNE, BOTTLED ALE & STOUT, &c, &c, &c. S. JONES WILL bold a TRADE SALE of the above Goods, at the Brunswick Mart, on Wednesday next, December S, at 12 o'clock. NEW POTATOES. TO SHIPPERS AND DEALERS. S. JONES HAS ON SALE, at the Brunswick Mart, NEW POTATOES, in lots to suit purchasers. TO EBENEZER HAMLIN, ESQ. SIR,- —-We the undersigned Electors of the District of Raglan hereby request that you will allow yourself to be put in Nomination as a CANDIDATE for a Seat in the next Provincial Council. We do so from having observed the active interest that for several years you have taken in such public matters as particularly "affect the interests of the country districts, and wc pledge ourselves to give you our earnest support in the forthcoming election. [Hero follows the signatures of 121 electors.] TO THE GENTLEMEN SIGNING THE REQUISITION, AND THE ELECTORS OF RAGLAN. /GENTLEMEN, —I accept your invitatiou, VX unci, should Ibe returned, will be found in my place in the Council, where I shall support such measures as promise to advance the prosperity of the country districts aud the general ■welfare of the Province. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, E. HAMLIN. Waiuku, Nov. 2i, ISG9. TO THE RAGLAN CONSTITUENCY. .; ROTHEU ELECTORS,—From my long 5 residence in vour District, I beg to offer myself as a CANDIDATE for your suffrages at the forthcoming Election for the Provincial Council. My political views are pretty well known, and should you consider me " the right man in the right place" as one of your representatives, I shall be happy to receive your support, and, if elected, will faithfully discharge the important trust reposed in me by being constant in my place during the sittings of the Council. I beg to remain, Gentlemen : Your obedient servant, J. CRISPE. J Stanlake, Mauku, I November 1, 1569. TO R. WHITSON, ESQ., D. NATHAN ESQ., AND 100 OTHERS WHO SIGNED THE REQUISITION. r*\ ENTLEMEN, —I have much pleasure in \Jf acceding to your request that I will allow myself to be nominated as a CANDIDATE to represent the Northern Division in the Provincial Council. In the event of my being returned I will do ,my utmost to merit the confidence which you have reposed in me. Your obedient servant, R. C. DYER.
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