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Election NoticesfTVLECTORAL DISTRICT OF CITY OF* ill DUNEDIN. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the RESULT of the POLL taken on 'the. Sixth day of December, 1899, for the ELECTION of THREE MEMBERS to represent the Electoral District of City of Dunedin in the House of Representatives was as follows: Votes. MILLAR, JOHN ANDREW ... ... 9045 ARNOLD, JAMES .FREDERICK... 8290 ' BARCLAY; ALFRED RICHARD ... 7363 MACKENZIE, MACKAY JOHN | SCOBIE 6726 SLIGO, ALEXANDER 6415 | HAYNES, CHARLES 4919 CHAPMAN, CHARLES ROBERT ... 1222 Informal, 463. I, JAMES TAYLOR, Returning Officer for the said Electoral District, do Hereby Declare the said JOHN ANDREW MILLAR, of Cavnavon street. Morninsjton, accountant; JAMES FREDERICK ARNOLD, of Brown I Street, Barrfield, Mornington, dicker; and ALFRED RICHARD BARCLAY, of Pine Hill, North-East Valley, solicitor, duly ELECTED as MEMBERS of the House of Representatives for the Electoral District of Citj- of Dunedin. Dated at Dunedin this eleventh, day of December, 1899. JAMES TAYLOR. 12d Returning Ofiicer. T lOENSING- DISTRICT OF CITY OF &J : • DUNEDIN. In pursuance of "The Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Act Amendment , Act, 1895." I Hereby Give Public Notice of the RESULT of the Local Option POLL taken under the provisions of the said Act: — NUMBER OF VOTES RECORDED. That .the number of licenses existing in the district continue ...:'... ... 6564 That the number of licenses existing in .the district be reduced ... ... ... 6944 That no licenses be granted in the district ... 677<1The total number of Yotev3 whoss Votes were recorded at the Pol! was 15,561, and as none of the i^roposals respecting Licenses in the District obtained the prescribed-majority, I declare none of them to be carried. : -": Dated at Dunedin this eleventh day ,-of December, 1899. ■ "" , ,: ' JAMES TAYLOR. 12d Returning Officer. "EILECTORAL' DISTRICT OF CAVERH< SHAM. ■ : PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ■ihafc the RESULT of the POLL taken on the Sixth day of December. 1E99, for, thcELECTION of ONE MEMBER to, represent,the Electoral District of Cavorsham in- the' House of Representatives was as follows: — Votes. MORRISON. ARTHUR 2860 WARREN, WILLIAM HENRY ... 1752 Informal, 55. I, THOMAS RIDDELL DODDS, Returning Officer for the said Electoral District, do Hereby Declare the said ARTHUR MORRISON, of Josephine street, Caversham, settler, duly ELECTED as MEMBER of the House of Representatives for |he said Electoral District of Caversham. Dated "this 11th day of December, 1899. . THOMAS. R: DODDS; 12d ■ Returning Ofiicer. T ICENSING DISTRICT OF CAVERJU , SHAM. In pursuance of- " The Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Act Amendment Act, 1895," I Hereby Give Public Notice of the RESULT of the Local Option,POLi-i taken under the provisions of the, said Act:.— ■'■.'.■' NUMBER OF VOTES RECORDED. That the, number of licenses existing in. the district continue ..... 2351 That the number of licenses existing: in ■ the district be reduced' ...'... ... 1974 That' no licenses be granted in thedis*- - r trict ... .... ... ... ' ....: ... 1986 Thototal number of Voters whose Votes were recorded at the Poll was 4612, 'and,1 as the number of votes recorded in favour of the proposal that the existing number of licenses existing in the district continue is an nbsolute majority of the total number of voters as aforesaid, I hereby declare such proposer to be carried. Dated at Dunedin this eleventh day of December, 1899. •: . . ■ THOMAS R. DODDS, ■■ i 12d \' -.::■■.■'■ Returning Officer. mAIERI ELECTORAL DISTRICT. I, JOHN STEWART'KENNEDY, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of; Taieri, do Hereby Give Public Notice of the RESULT of ,the POLL taken- on' tliev6th: day of December, 1899, for the ELECTION of ONE MEMBER of the House of RepreBeritatives for the above Electoral District. Tho number of votes recorded in favour of each Candidate was:— : "WALTER. CHARLES FREDERICK CARNCROSS. ... 1927' ALEXANDER CAMPBELL BEGG 1467 • Majority for W. C. F. Carncross, 460. I therefore declare WALTER CHARIJSS FREDERICK CARMORORR M be duW ELECTED as MEMBER of the House of Representatives for the.Taieri Electoral District. Dated at Mosgiel this 11th day of December, 1899. - JOHN S. KENNEDY. 12d Returning Officer. "BTILECTORAL DISTRICT OF TAIERI. Hi LICENSING POLL. In pursuance of " The Alcoholic Liquors Sale Control Act Amendment Act, 1895," I Hereby Give Public Notice of the RESULT of the Local Option Poll taken under the provisions of the said Act on the 6th day of December, 1899: — NUMBER OF VOTES RECORDED. That the number of Licenses existing in the district continue 1603 That the number of Licenses existing in the district be reduced 1560 That no licenses be granted in the ' district 1606 Informal, 142. The total number of Voters whose Votes were recorded (exclusive of informal votes) was 3303, and as none of-the proposals respecting Licenses in the district obtained the prescribed majority, I declare none of them to be carried. Dated at Mosgiel this 11th day of December, 1899. JOHN S. KENNEDY, 12d . Returning Officer. Late AdvertisementsBICYCLE REPAIRING Promptly, Tho-. roughly, and Moderately Executed at Wilson and M'Kay's, St. Andrew street., jfi ENDKON and REMINGTON BICYCLES ijT —Canada's and America's best mounts.— "Wilson and. Jl'Kay's, St. Andrew street (near George etreet). - : - 27ap rf^AWNE'S Worcester SATTCE; pure, V3T piquant, and,pleasing; proved to be the best in New Zealand. (T\ AWNE ;& CO., Manufacturers Worcester, \jC Chutney, Tomato Sauces, Pickles, and j Vinegar.—Factory, George and King streets, Dunedin. '• • _^ 19s TRENWITH'S DYE W.ORKS, : King, street (opposite Bacon^ stables). —Highest class work, moderate charges, punctuality. Repairs executed. 26au TTNFLUENZA.—Dr Mackenzie's Influenza JL Cure gives immediate relief.—J. P. Carroll, Eattray street. if NFLUENZA.—Dr Mackenzie's. Influenza JL Cure will cure the most severe attacks.— J. P. Carroll, Rattray street. .TTNFLTJENZA.—Dr Mackenzie's Influenza B Cure has cured dozens of cases during the present epidemic.—J. P. CARROLL, Rattray street. 16n WANTED, all Cyclists to Keep T7p with tbe Times, and Ride an np-to-date Wheel, like the (OENDRON, Fitted with an Automatic SJT Brake and Dunlop Tyres.s-CWilson and Mtff'-y, Sk An&ex,fltreet. «^-"»

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 Otago Daily Times, Issue 11604, 12 December 1899

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