ELECTORAL. TyAITEMATA ELECTORATE. W. B. D ARLOW. INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE. "Will Address the Electors as follows: MONDAY. November 23. PICTUREDROME, Milford. TUESDAY. November 21. MISSION HALL. Stanley Bay. WEDNESDAY, November 25.—THE HALL, Narrow Neck. "MEASURES BEFORE PARTY." g DEN ELECTORATE. yiVIAN pOTTER. Ex-M.P. for 9 Years. INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE. Will Open His Vigorous Campaign 8 p.m. TO-NIGHT (Saturday), POTTER'S PARK, Corner Dominion and Balmoral Roads. COME AND HEAR A Forceful, Candid. Constructive Speaker. UCKL A N D I? A S T. M n H. P. B URTON, REFORM COALITIONIST, Will Open his Campaign and will Speak at GRAFTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. MONDAY, Nov. 23rd, 1931, at 8 P.M. Chairman: Dr. Hardie-Neil. OUR COUNTRY AND ITS HEAVY TAXATION ON THE FARMER AND WORKER.. (Proportional Representation.) CAPITAL AND LABOUR AS IT APPEALED TO ME ON MY WORLD'S TOUR. Q J^AFFERTY, INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR HAMILTON, Will Address Meetings as Follows: FRANKTON TOWN HALL, Nov. 24, at 8 PEARSON'S HALL, HAMILTON EAST, Nov. 2G. at 8 p.m. REGENT HALL, ALEXANDRA STREET, HAMILTON, Nov. 30, at 8 p.m. rpO THE OF JJJCKLAND E ASTLADIES AND GENTLEMEN: I wish to fake this opportunity of expressing my heartfelt thanks to the Electors of Auckland East, for their continued support accorded to me during the past three years. I have, during my term of office, always done what I thousht was in the best interests of the people, particularly Auckland East Electorate, and my duties have been made easier by the wholehearted support which the Electors have given me. I sincerely regret for private reasons I am unable at this time to offer my services to the Electors of Auckland East. I would ask that the confidence reposed in me at the last Election be extended to the one chosen to take my place (Dr. Horton), who. I feel sure, will, if elected, take care of the interests of the constituency with credit to himself and the people whom he represents. Yours faithfully, ■IAS. B. DONALD. ARNELL E LECTORAT E. A COMBINED MEETING OF THE REFORM AND UNITED ELECTION COMMITTEES, to further the Candidature of MR. W. P. ENDEAN (Coalition Candidate), will be held in the REMUERA LIBRARY HALL, MONDAY 23rd. at 7.45 p.m. H. RENNISON, Phone 16-984. Hon. Secretary. "VfOTICE OF NOMINATIONS RECEIVED 1> AND POLLING-PLACES APPOINTED. In pursuance of the Electoral Act, 1927, I, George Chetwyn Parker, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of AUCKLAND EAST, do hereby give notice that the following Nominations have been received by me ARTHUR, JOHN ALEXANDER. BURTON, HAROLD PERCY. HORTON. WILLIAM HENRY. MELVILLE. ELLEN. SCHRAMM, FREDERICK WILLIAM. And that the Poll will be taken at the following polling-places between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 2nd day of December, 1931. AUCKLAND EAST ELECTORAL DISTRICT: The Drill Hall (principal). Awaroa, the Post Office. Cowes, the Post Office. Lower Symonds Street, St. Andrew's Hall. Motuihi. "B'' Barracks. Newmarket, the Public School. Nugent Street, the Grafton Public School. Park Road. Domain Garr.ge. opposite the Wallace Wards. Public Hospital. Parnell Rise, tho Public School, Infants' Classroom. Parnell, the Marquee, corner St. Stephen's Avenue and Gladstone Road. Parnell. St. Mary's Hall, Manukau Road. Ponui Island, Mr. J. Chamberlain's House. Putiki Bay. Waiheke Island, the Putiki Hall. Ostend. Rotoroa Island, the Salvation Army Home. Surfdalo, the Surfdale Hall. Upper Symonds Street, the Scots' Hall. Waterfront, Shed 11 (eleven). Central Wharf. Dated this 20th day of November. 1931. . G. C. PARKER. j Returning Officer. Chief Post Office, Auckland. "VTOTICE OF NOMINATIONS RECEIVED AND POLLING-PLACES APPOINTED. In purstfanco of the Electoral Act, 1927. I. James Allen Foster, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of GREY LYNN, do hereby give notice that the following Nominations have been received by me BARTRAM, FREDERICK NOTLEY. FLETCHER, JOHN SHEARER. LEE. JOHN ALEXANDER, MURRAY, WALTER HARRY. And that the Poll will be taken at the following Polling-Places between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 2nd day of December, 1931. GREY LYNN ELECTORAL DISTRICT: Campbell Road and Miliars Street corner, Mr. H. C. Whitmore's Store. Faulder Avenue, St. Cuthbert's Hull. Francis Street, Grey Lynn, the Church oj Christ Hall. Great North Road, Lecture Hall, Grey Lynn Public Library. Jessel Street, Mr. D. Cnllinan's MotorGarage. On met Road, the Richmond West School. New North Road, the St. George's Pariah Hull, Newton West School (principal*. Point Chavalier, Te lia Road, Point Chevalier School. Point Chevalier, the, Coronation Hall. Surrey Crescent, the Grey Lynn District School. _' Western Springs Road, the Mount Albert District School. Dated this 20th day of November, 1931. J. A. FOSTER. Returning Officer. "VTOTICE OF NOMINATIONS RECEIVED IN AND POLLING-PLACES APPOINTED. In pursuance of the Electoral Act, 1927, I. Erwin Sharman Molony, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of AUCKLAND CENTRAL, do hereby give Notice that the following Nominations have been received by me:— CONGDON. HAROLD PENFOUND. EDWARDS, JAMES HENRY. PARRY, WILLIAM EDWARD. And that -the Poll will be taken at the following Polling-Places between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 2nd day of December, 1931. AUCKLAND CENTRAL ELECTORATE: Bright Street and New North Road corner, the Methodist Hall. East Street) the St. Benedict's Hall. Eden Terrace, the Masonic Hall. Edinburgh Street, tho Presbyterian Social Service Hall. Hobson Street, the St. Matthew's Parish Hall. Lower Albert Street, tho Sailors' Mission Hall. Pitt Street, the Wesley Hall. Queen Street, Supper-room, Towh Hall (principal). Union Street, the St. Thomas' Parish Hall. Wellington Street, the St. James' Hall. Datpd this 20tlx day of November, 1931. E. S. MOLONY, Returning Officer.
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