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ELECTORAL. "AITEMATA ' JM"R. *r|IHOMAS J^AMONT, LIBERAL CANDIDATE. ' Will Address the Electors MASONIC HALL, NORTHCOTE-TO-NIGHT (Friday), at 8 p.m. MR. DEUXBERRYv Mayor of Northcote, Chairman. MISSION HALL, STANLEY BAY—TOMORROW (Saturday), at 8 p.m. DEVONPORT PARISH HALL-MON-DAY, Nov. 2nd, at 8 p.m., LADIES SPECIALLY INVITED. J^RANKLIN LECTORATE. On behalf of J NATIONALIST CANDIDATE, MR. C. E. MAJOR Will Address the Electors of Franklin at PICTURE HALL, PAPAKURA, MONDAY, November 2, at 8 p.m. GAIETY THEATRE. OTAHUHU, TUESDAY, November 3, at 8 p.m. ÜBLIC OTAHUHU. fjpO-MORROW (SATURDAY), AT 8 P.M. THE BRILLIANT SPEAKER, Fred tjurke, red Ijurke, WiU Explain Why He Is OPPOSED TO PROHIBITION. Do not miss the opportunity of hearing this great Debater. NO COLLECTION. ALL QUESTIONS ANSWERED. TVTOTICE OF NOMINATIONS RECEIVED -LN AND POLLING-PLACES APPOINTED. AUCKLAND CENTRAL ELECTORAL DISTRICT. I hereby give notice that in connection with the Election ox a Member of Parliament for the above district, the following Nominations :have been received by me:— MORTON, FREDERICK STANLEY. PARRY, WILLIAM EDWARD. WILSON, CHARLES AUGUSTUS. The Poll, in pursuance of the Legislature Act, 1908, and its Amendments, will be taken at the following Polling-places on WEDNESDAY, the fourth day of November, 1925. Auckland Central Electoral District— Bright Street and New North Road Corner —the Methodist Hall. * Gundry Street—the Epiphany Hall. Hobson Street—the St. Matthew's Pftrisa Hall. . . . Lower Albert Street—the Sailors' Mission Hall. Napier Street—the Public School. P!tt Street—the Wesley Hall. Queen Street—Concert Chamber, Town T"wn Hall (principal). Wellington Street—the St. James Hail. Hours of Polling are from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dated this 28th day of F. G. HUTTON. Returning Officer. Band AND Xl-OTUNDA, VICTORIA SQJARE, DEVONPORT. ROTUNDA, ;OTUNDA, JpRED JgURKE, THE BRILLIANT SPEAKER, WILL TELL YOU WHY HE IS OPPOSED TO PROHIBITION. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1925, At 8 p.m. Do Not Miss the Opportunity of Hearing This Brilliant Speaker and Debater. No Collection. All Questions Answered. Prohibition Supporters Specially Invited. ROLL UP! "POKES T B R S' Jl O R E S T E R S' M^all, ALL, ONEHUNGA. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. SCOTT "DENNETT, cott .Dennett, THE FAMOUS ORATOR, WILL LECTURE UPON : THE MENACE OF PROHIBITION.' DO NOT MISS HEARING HIM.

OiNi SUNDAY -niGHT at 7 o'clock. Rev. Lionel B. Fletcher will speak in the Town Hall on "Christ and Prohibition." Great crowds have been attending Mr. Fletcher's meetings all through New Zealand to listen to his passionate challenge to this Dominion in thes9 days of crises, and in some of the Cities hundreds of people have been unable to gain admission. The certainty that a huge audience will wish to hear his last address in Auckland before the poll made it imperative that the largest hall in the City should' be used for the occasion. Friends and opponents of Prohibition are alike invited to be present. rpOWN "p|"ALL. (SUNDAY, J P.ji. gT. JAMES' TJALL. rpUESDAY, J\[ ov - g Keep the date clear for Lovely Picture Programme by A. J. Stallworthy, Esq. The Haeremai Club issues an open invitation to all to come and have a jolly time. MRS. LEE-COWIE WILL .PRESIDE. ADMISSION FREE. g W A N S O N. rjPO-NIGHT (FRIDAY). I . GRAND CONCERT PROGRAMME IN THE PUBLIC HALL. ADMISSION FREE. Roll up, Swanson. Show the World you can fill the Hall. II E V 0 N P 0 R T. rjpO-NIGHT (FRIDAY), rpO-NIGHT (FRIDAY), Open-Air, S p.m. MS: W. R. Tucl; S±: Will Speak on. Some of the rpREMENDOUS JSSUES OF THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. "PROHIBITION MEANS MORE AND BETTER EMPLOYMENT." PAPATOETOE T>UBLIC TT ALL APATOETOE 1 ÜBLIC JLIALL! JyJ"OVEMBER £> 1925, The Hour of Decision ! ! ! Watchman, what of the Day? PROHIBITION OR CONTINUANCE? ROHIBITION OR CONTINUANCE? WHICH? COME AND HEAR J OAB, LISLE. A Slashing, Forceful Speaker!! There'll be Something Doing. DOORS. 7.15. CHAIR. 8 P.M. Be early to get a seat, as hundreds turned away from other crowded meetings.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXII, Issue 19162, 30 October 1925

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 New Zealand Herald, Volume LXII, Issue 19162, 30 October 1925

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