Electoral Addresses. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE ' EAST COAST DISTRICT. r^\ ENTLEMEN,— I have the honor to offer myself as as a Candidate for the East Coast District- at the ensuing election. I hope shortly to have the pleasure of explaining ray views to you on local and general topics. I am, Gentlemen, Your Obedient Servant, JAS. WOODBINE JOHNSON. TO- THE ELECTORS OF THE EAST COAST DISTRICT. /H ENTLEMEN,— I have the honor to announce that I am a Candidate to represent this constituency m the coming Parliament. It has always been my intention, m reply to the request of my friends to do so on the first opportunity, and I am induced to believe that, from my long experience m this district, I am justified m expecting your support. I am, Gentlemen, Yonrs obediently, A. F. HARDY. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE EAST COAST DISTRICT. /GENTLEMEN,—! have the honor | to announce that I am a CANDIDATE to represent this constituency m the COMING PARLIAMENT. I will do myself the honor to explain my views at length hereafter. I am Gentlemen, Your Obedient Servant, . allan McDonald.
TO THE '^ELECTORS OF THE EAST COAST. (~\ ENTLEMEN, —It has long been my desire to have an opportunity of representing this constituency m Parliament. A dissolution of the House is near at hand, and I beg to intimate my intention to seek your suffrages when the vacancy occurs m the Electorate. I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, Yours most faithfully, T. W. PORTER. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE EAST COAST. r^\ ENTLEMEN,— I beg to offer myself as a Candidate for the East Coast at the ensuing Election. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, G. B. MORRIS.
TO BUILDERS. rpENDERS are invited for the -L ERECTION of the ALBION CLUB HOTEL, Gisborne. Plans and Specifications to be seen at Mk. Bradley's Office, at the site of the old Albion. Tenders to close at 12 noon on SATURDAY, the 23rd Instant. Lowest tender not necessarily acCtepted. W. P. FINNERAN, Architect. TO BU»LOCK DRIVERS AND OTHERS. rpENDERS are invited for CARTING -L the TIMBER of . the Te Arai Bridge, from Owetn to the site of the Bridge. Tenders not to be later than 12 o'clock on WEDNESDAY, the 13th instant, to be left at MR. D. G. McKAY'S STORE, TE ARAL The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted". NOBMAN MoINNIS.
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