Do you know that "there is soience in neatness." Be wise and use SAPOLIO. SAPOLIO. SAPOLIO. It is a solid cake of Scouring Soap used for all cleaning purposes except the laundry. Sold by grocers, druggists, and ironmongers. —Two enthusiastic bicyclers wero married in New Haven, Conn., recently. They were attired in bicycle suits, and, at the conclusion of the ceremony, they left on their ■wheels for a two weeks' run. Eno a Blessing nr Evert house.—Eno's Fruit Salt.—A lady writes: - " Everything, medicine or food, ceased to act properly for at least three months before I oommeneed taking it; tho littlo food I could take generally punished me or returned. My life was one of great suffering, so that I must have succumbed before long. To me and our family it has been a great earthly blessing." Cautioa.—Legal rights aro protected in every civilised country. Examine each bottle and see that the capsule is marked "Eno's Fruit Salt"; without it you havo been Imposed on by worthless imitations. Sold by all chemists. —[Advt.] Holloway's Pills.—Sleeplessness, flatulency acidity, nausea, and all dyspeptic indications may be speedily relieved by these famous Pilla, of which large quantities are shipped to all parts of the world. The constantly increasing demand for Holloway's medicine proves its power over disease and its estimation by the public. In weakness of the stomach, in diseases of tho liver, and in disorders of the system caused by cold or a sluggish circulation, no medicine is so efficacious, no remedy so rapid, as these Pills, which are altogether incapable of doing mischief. By quickening digestion they give refreshing sleep, sharpen the appetite, impart tone to the digestive organs, purify and enrich the blood, regulate the secretions, and strengthen the whole physical frame.—[Advt.] 33 Election Notices. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF DUNEDIN. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thafc the following Gentlemen have beeu duly Nominated as CANDIDATES for ELECTION as MEMBERS of the House of Representatives for the above Electoral District, viz. :— ALLEN, JAMES FISH, HENRY SMITH, Jut,*. HUTCHISON, WILLIAM LEARY, RICHARD HENRY PINKERTON, DAVID SMITH, ALFRED LEE. A POLL will be taken at the undermentioned Polling Places on FRIDAY, sth December 1890, between the hour 3of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m :— The GARRISON HALL Dowling street (principal) The UNION STREET SCHOOL HALL, Union street The COUNCIL CHAMBERS, City Toad, Roslyn The COUNCIL CHAMBERS, Argyle street, Morniugton. SPECIAL NOTICE.-Seamen to whom Electors' Rights have been issued must produce those Rights to the Returning Officer before they can bo permitted to vote. Dated the 28th November 1890. JAMES TAYLOR, 29a Returning Officer. LECTORAL DISTRICT OF DUNEDIN SUBURBS. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following Gentlemen, have beeu duly Nominated as CANDIDATES for ELECTION as a MEMBER of tha House of Representatives for the above Electoral District, viz.:—• DAWSON, WILLIAM ROSS, ARCHIBALD HILSON WILKINSON, FRANCIS. A POLL will be taken afc the undermentioned Polling Places on FRIDAY, the sth December 1890, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. :— GOOD TEMPLARS' HALL, Kaikorai Valley (principal) SCHOOLHOUSE, North-east Valley COUNOIL CHAMBERS, Caversham SCHOOLHOUSE, Maori Hill. SPECIAL NOTlCE—Beamen to whom Electors' Rights havo been issued musfc produce thoss Rights to the Returning Officer before they can be permitted to vote. Dated this 28th day of November 1890. WILLIAM STRONACH. 25a Returning Officer. 171 LECTORAL DISTRICT OF PENINJ__l SULA, PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thafc the following Gentlemen have been duly Nominated as CANDIDATES for ELECTION as a MEMBER of the House of Representatives for the above Electoral Distriot—viz., EARNSHAW, WILLIAM LARNACH, WILLIAM JAMES MUDIE. A POLL will be taken ut the undermentioned Polling Places on FRIDAY,Sth December 1890, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. :— NAUMANN'S HALL, South Dunedin (principal) The DRILLSHED, Auderson's Bay The SCHOOLHOUSE, Highcliff The SCHOOLHOUSE, Sandymount The SCHOOLHOUSE, Portobello The SCHOOLHOUSE, North-east Harbour. SPECIAL NOTlCE.—Seamen to whom Elector's Rights have be.rrn issued must produce those Rights to the F.eturning Officer before they can be permitted to vote. Dated 28th November 1890. THOMAS R. DODDS, 29n Returning Officer. WAITAKI ELECTORAL DISTRICT. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Mr GEORGE JAMES BRUCE, of Palmermersfcon, Farm Labourer, has bsen THIS DAY duly NOMINATED as a CANDIDATE for Election as Member for the House of Repre sentatives. BATEMAN THOMAS MISSEN, Returning Officer. Palmerston, 27th November 1890. 29a fiLGYRA ELECTORAL DISTRICT. In accordance with the Provisions of " The Electoral Acts Amendment Act 1890," I, John Alexander Algie, Eeturning Officer for the Electoral District of Clutha, do hereby give notice that THOMAS MACKENZIE, of Balclutha, Gentleman, was on the 26th day of November 1890, duiv NOMINATED as a CANDIDATE for Election as a Member of the House of Representatives for the said Electoral District. There having been no more Candidates Nominated thau the number to be elected, I therefore hereby declare the said THOMAS MACKENZIE, duly elected Hembsr of the House of Representatives for the Electoral District of Clutha. Given under my hand at Balolutha this 28th day of November 1890. JOHN ALEXANDER ALGIE, 29a Returning Officer. p-flO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY JL OF DUNEDIN. GENTLEMEN,—I shall be happy to MEET you at the following Places :— In the UNION STREET SCHOOL HALL, on MONDAY, the lst December, at 8 p.m. In the CITY HALL, on WEDNESDAY, the 3rd December, at 8 p.m. In the PRINCESS THEATRE, on THURSDAY, th. 4th December, at 8 p.m. Yours faithfully, 29n A. LEE SMITH. /M I T V OF DUNEDIN. Mr A. LEE SMITH'S COMMITTEES are requested to MEET as under :— The BELL WARD COMMITTEE, on MONDAYS and FRIDAYS, in the CeDtral Committee Rooms, Princes street, at 8 p.m. The LEITH WARD COMMITTEE on MONDAYS and FRIDAYS, in the Committee Rooms, Great King street (opposite the Museum), at 8 p.m. The SOUTH WARD COMMITTEE, on TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, in tho Central Committee Rooms, Princes street, at 8 p.m. '. The HIGH WARD COMMITTEE, on MONDAYS and WEDNESDAYS, in ; the Central Committee Rooms, Princes [ street, at 8 p.m. The MORNINGTON COMMITTEE, oc . MONDAYS and FRIDAYS, in the ' Committee Rooms, Temperance Hall, , Mornington, at 8 p.m. ! The ROSLYN COMMITTEE, on WED- , NESDAYS and SATURDAYS, in tbe , Committee Rooms, Roslyn, at 7.30 p.m Gentlemen willing to act on any of the abov< Committees will kindly attend Committee Meet 3 ing, or forward their names and addresses to th( x Central Committee Rooms, Princes street. 3 E. G. ALLEN, i 22n Hon. Sec. i ( pITY ELECTION \ Mr JAMES ALLEN'S i COMMITTEE ROOMS: * CENTRAL Princes streefc, Dunedi a MORNINGTON...Ni-ar Tramway Engine She '" ROSLYN ... Mr Sheriff's Butchery, City roac B JAMES SMALL, , 28a Chairman of Committee.
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