Election Notices. j T%T 0 T I O E. TO THOSE ON THE ELECTORAL ROLL UNDEE 81 YEARS OF AGE. CLAUSE 160, "ELECTORAL ACT, 1893" "Every person who knowingly and wilfully makes a false statement ia any claim, application, certificates, or declaration mentioned in this Act is liable on summary conviction to a penalty not exceeding £20, or to imprisonment for aDy period not exceeding three monf.ha." 2d CITY OF DUNEDIN ELECTORAL DISTRICT. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai; . . MURRAY ASTON, of Bnrkes, agent; ALEXANDER CAMPBELL BEGG, of Roslyn, sccouDtont; ALFRED HENRY BURTON, of Koslyn, photographer; WILLIAM EARNSHAW, of Cutfcen street, South Dunedin, brass finisher; HENRY SMITH FISH, of Stafford street, Dunedin, merchant ; JAMES GORE, of Hope street, Dunedin,, WILLIAM HUTCHISON, of Queen street, Dunedin. journalist ; FREDERICK MAPvLER LESTER," of George street, DunediD, boot manuMACKAY 6 JOHN SCOBIE MACKENZIE, of Grant's Braes, Anderson's Bay, stiesp JOHN ANDREW MILLAR, of Roslyn, accountant; DAVJD NICOL, of Campbell street, Mornington, bookseller ; DAVID PINKERTON, of High street, Dunedin, bootmaker, Have bean duly NOMINATED as CANDIDATES for Election of Tbrae Members of the House of Representatives for the above Electoral District. A POLL will be taken on FRIDAY, the FOURTH DAY of DECEMBER, 1896,1 between the hours of 9 a.m. aud 7 p.m.,»!; tho under-mentioned Polling Places. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that at the same time and plane a Toll of the JSleotors of the said District will be taken under the provisions of " The Alcoholic. Liquors SsJe Control Act. 1893,' and "The Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Act Amendment Act, 1895," as to (1) Whether the number of licenses existing in the district is to continue ; (2) Whether the- number of licenses existiDg in the district is to be reduced ; (3) Whether no licenses are to be granted in the district. Th« following are the I'OLLING PLACES for the Electoral District of the City of Dune.di>i : — The Garrison Hill, Dowling street (prinoiwal). The Mission Hall, Walker street, Dunedin. The Schoolhoune, High street, Dunedin. The Public Library, Maclaggan. street, Mnrnington. The Borough Council Chambers, Mornington. The Mission Hall, Kaikorai Valley, St." Albans. Tlifl Borough Council Chambers, Roslyn. The Borough Council Chambers, Maori Hill. The Bchcolhouse, Pina Hill. The Schoolhouse, Ncrth-Essb Valley. The Borough Council Chambers, NorthEast Valley. M'Cutcheon's Store, Beach street, Raven*. : bourne. > The Schoolhouse, George street, Danedin. The Schoolhonße, Union street, Dunedin. The Sc-boolijoux;, Albany street, Dunedin. The Normal School, Moray place, Dquediu. St. Joseph's Girls' School, Dowling street, Duneriin. The Mission Hall, Arthur street, Dunediu. JAMBS TAYLOK. Returning Officer. Daaedin, December 2. 1896. 3d /^AVEUSSAM ELECTORAL DISTRICT. FUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that WILLIAM BARRON, settler : THOMAS KAY SIDEY, solicitor; ARTHUR MORRISON, salesman; and WILLIAM WARDROP, pharmaceutical Have been duly NOMINATED as CANDIDATES for Election of. Oue Member of the House of Representatives for the above Electoral District. A POLL will be taken on FRIDAY, the FOURTH DAY of DECEMBER, IE9S, between the hours of 9 a.m. aud 7 p.m.,at tho under-mentioned Polliug Places. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that at the same time and place a Poll of the Elector* of the said District will be takeu under the provisions of " The Aicoholic Liquors Sale Control Act, 1893," and ■" The Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Act Amendment Act, 1895," as to (1) Whether the number of licenses existing in the district is to continue; (2) Whether the number of licenses existing in the district is to be reduced ; ' (3) Whether no licenses are to be granted in the district. Tho following are the POLLING PLACES for the Electoral District of Oavershsm : — Naumami's Hall, Main road, South Dunedin (principal). The Wesleyan Schoolroom, Duncan street, South Dacedin. The Caversham Hal!, Main South road, Caversham. St. Peter's Schoolroom, Alexandra street, Caversham. The Post Office, Parkside, Caversham. Mr Rogerson's Shop, Forbury road, St. Clair. Mr Joseph William Kirkbj's House, Grpsvenor aud Verual streets, Kensington. Mr James Esger's Shop, Bay View road, Musselburgh, St. Hilda. The Couacil Chambers, Scott street, St. Hilda. The Sunday School Hall, Anderson's Bay. Mr John Bone's House, Sbiel Hill. THOMAS R. DODDS, Returning Officer. South Dunediui '. December 2,1896. _3d ~KT E R V IMPORTANT. ELECTION NOTICE. It has been deoided by a very large majority of ; School Committees, Schoolmasters, and Factory Operators that for a real good cheap day's outing thero is nothing to equal a trip from Henley to Taieri Beach. See November Railway Time Table, obtainable at any Railway Station for One Penny, page 102, for railway rates. Steamer Staffa aad steam launch Waiwera piepared for 300 on a day's notice. Steamboat fare: Return—Adults, 2s; under 12 years, Is. For private parties see page IZO. Letters or telegrams promptly replied to— " M'Kegg, Henley." The STEAM LAUNCH WAIWERA will run from Henley to Taieri Beach all. Saturdays and Holidays during Summer Months, barring hurricanes, the Queen'a enemies, or Paulin, and I am making arrangements with him. 21n A. 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