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JOHN MOLLISON, ... f Princes Street, HAS FOR SALE, ex "Bosworth," and late Arrivals, A splendid Assortment of General Drapery c and Smallwares. r Likewise, A large supply of Gents' Ready-made Clothing B and Under-clolhing. 3 Also, s About 2000 pairs of Boots and Shoe* of all kind*. Inspection is invited, as they will be sold rery cheap. To Arrive, per " Gala" 5 1000 pairs Bools and Shoes, made to order and warranted good. ELECTION NOTICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF DUNED.IN COUNTRY DISTRICT. IN pursuance of the Provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of New Zealand, intituled, " The Regulation of Elections Act, 1858," I, John Gillies, Returning Officer for c the Electoral District of " The Dunedin Country District," Do hereby give Notice that by I virtue of a Writ, hearing date the 24th day of January 1 860, issued under the hand of His Excellency the Governor of New Zealand, an Election will be held for the return of a qualified Person to serve as a Member of the House of Representatives for the said Electoral Dis1 trict, and that the Nomination of Candidates - will take place at the Court House, Dunedin, on WEDNESDAY, the 28th day. of March - 1860, at 12 o'clock noon, and that the Poll (if L necessary) will be taken on WEDNESDAY, s the 1 1th day of April 1 800. Dated this 18th day of February 1860. ' JOHN GILLIES, Returning Officer. 1 The following Places are Polling Places for the Electoral District of " The Dunedin Country District : " — At Dunedin — The Court-house At Port Chalmers— The School-house At Anderson's Ray — The School-home At North-east Vailey — The School-house . At East Taieri— The School-house At "West Taieri— The School-home ' At Tokomairiro — The School-honte At Waihola — The School-house At Inch Clutha — The School-house f At Warepa— The School-house 3 At Popotunoa— Mr. Steel's House of Accommodation At Hawksbury Bush — Mr. Beal's House, of Accommodation At Otepopo — Mr. Fenwick's Station At Oamaru—The Premises of H. C. Hertslot, - Esq., J.P. JOHN GILLIES, f Returning Officer. ' Dated this 18th day of February 1860. 1, I, John Gillies, Returning Officer, Here3 by give Notice that, in the event of there be- ' f ing a Poll, I shall Declare the state of the Poll c at the Court-house, Dunedin, on Tuesdat, 17th April 1860, at 3 o'clock p.m. JOHN GILLIES, Returning Officer. , — . . . I TO HOUSE CARPENTERS. C EPARATE TENDERS are Wanted from - Parties willing to Contract To Build a Schoolhouse in each of the following Districts : — North-east Harbour District Waikouaiti District Goodwood do. Riverton do. , Specifications and Plans to be seen here at the office of John M'Glashan, Esq., Secretary to the Board ; Wakouaiti, at the Rev. Mr. Fenton's ; Goodwood, at Mr! Wooley's ; and Riverton, at Mr. Surman's. Tenders to be addressed and sent to Mr. M'Glashan here, on or before the 10th March. Not bound to accept the lowest or any Tender. Dunedin, 17th February 1800. CARGILL TESTIMONIAL. A COMMITTEE of the undermentioned Gentlemen having been formed for the purpose of promoting Subscriptions towards a Public Testimonial to be presented to Captain - Cargill. as the Pioneer and First Superintendent of this Province, Resolved—" That the Testimonial shall consist of a Service of Plate ; and with the view of rendering all contributions as equal, and at the sametime as general as possible, • that any sum not exceeding One Pound be received." r , In accordance with the above, subscriptions will be received at the following places : — Dunedin Union Bank of Australia. Invercargill T. J. White & Co. ', Jacob's River Su rman & Crerar. Molyneux Ferry ... J. Barr. * Tokomairiro J. Goodall. , Green Island George Lloyd. East Taieri Andrew Todd. West Taieri James Fulton. Taieri Ferry J. M'Gregor. Waitaki... . . .' W. Teschemaker. ' Oatnaru Traill & Roxby. 1 Waihouaiti Frank Orbell.* 1 Goodwood. William Jones. r COMMITTEE. Mbbsus. A. JACKSON, Treasurer. ; „ W C. YOUNG. J. T. THOMSON. JAMES FULTON. P. NAPIER. A. W. MORRIS. E. IIULM.E, M.B. T. E. GILLIES. „ GEORGE BURKE. E. M'GLASHAN, Chairman. HOSPITAL, DUNEDIN. Old Linen or Cotton for Bandages, &c. IN order that the same may be called for at their residences, parties willing to hand over Old Linen or Cotton for the use of the Hospital are respectfully requested to leare their names with the Hospital Keeper, or with the Chief Constable. IMMIGRATION FROM GREAT BRITAIN TO BLUFF OR NEW RIVER DIRECT. NOTICE is Hbkebt Givßsr that a Ship will leave Great Britain in the month of June next, with Immigrants for Bluff Harbour or New River direct. Settlers in the above district wishing to bring out their frieod* under the Government Immigration scheme, are requested to apply, in the subjoined 'form, to the Undersigned, or to the Clerk to the Bench at Invercargill. By order, JOHN LOGAN, Clerk to Superinjendent. Superintendent's Office, Duuedin, 12th January 1360. Printed forms of application may be had * from any of the undermentioned persons : — The Clerk to the Bench, Invercargill. Custom-House Officer, Bluff. Do. Riverton. , Ferryman, Mataura Bridge. * , ' ,- Do. Clutha. ' "

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6, Otago Witness, Issue 431, 3 March 1860

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