NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS. IN PURSUANCE of " The Electoral Act, 1893," I, William Alfred Barton, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Waiapu, do hereby give notice that the persons whose names appear hereunder have been nominated as Candidates for the Election of a Member of the House of Representatives of New Zealand for the Electoral District of Waiapu, viz. : JAMES CARROLL CECIL AUGUSTUS FITZROY ; and that the Poll will be taken at the following Polling Places on FRIDAY, the Fourth day of December, 1896 : — The Validation Court-house, Gisborne (principal) Macfarlane's Hall, Custom-house Street, Gisborne Charles Seymour's Woolshed, Whangara The Magistrate's Court-house, Tolago Bay Macfarlane's Office, Takapau The School-house, Tokomaru The County Council Office, Waipiro The School-house, Tuparoa The Magistrate's Court - house, Port Awanui The Public Hall, Waimata The State School-house, Matawhero The State School-house, Waerenga-a-hika The State School-house, Ormond The State School-house, Karaka Hutohinson'a Woolshed, Waihuka William Devery's Woolshed. Whatatutu George Smith's House, Rangiriri Creek The Public Hall, Patutahi The State School-house, Te Arai The State School-house, Maraetaha The State School-house, Waerenga-o-kuri The State School-house, Tinirolo Eden's House, Marumaru The Public Kail, Frasertown Tunks' Woolshed, Windsborough (near Lake Waikaremoaua) The Magistrate's Court-house, Wairoa McKiDnon's Woolshed, Waihua Thomas Edward Taylor's House, Nuhaka North Gaddam's Store, Mnhia The School-house, Mobil. W. A. BARTON, Returning Officer. H~ DO FURTHER GIVE NOTICE, that JL on the said Fourth of DECEMBER, 1896, the day appointed for the taking of the Electoral Poll for the return of a Member ot the Houbo of Representatives for the District of Waiapu, and simultaneously therewith, a Poll, called the Licensing Poll, will also be taken under the provisions of " The Alcoholic Liquor Sale Control Act Amendmenb Act, 1895." W. A. BARTON, 967 Returning Officer. WAIAPU ELECTION. MR C. A. FITZROY will meet and address the Electors of the District as follows: — MAKAURl, Schoolhouse— Friday, Nov. 27. WHATATUTU— Saturday, Nov. 28th. TE KARAKA, Schoolroom — Monday, Nov. 30th. WAERENGA-A-HIKA, Schoolroom — Tdksoay, December Ist. MATAWHERO, Schoolroom— Wednesday, December 2nd. GISBORNE, Theatre Royal — Thursday, December 3rd. The hour of meeting will be 8 p.m. MR CARROLL WILL address his Constituents, as follows :— KARAKA, Schoolroom— 27th November PATUTAHI, Public Hall— 2Bth November TE AKAI, Schoolhouse— SOth November MATAWHERO, Schoolroom— lst December MAKAURI, Schoolroom— 2nd December GISBORNE, City Rink— 3rd December - Meetings at 8 o'clock. This programme is subject to such alterations as may be found necessary. 869 PANUITANGA. TTEI te toru o nga ra o Tihema, 1896, i te -"-*- whare whakawa i Nepia itel2 o vga haora i te awatea ka K&R.ANGARANGATIA he memo mo te taha Maori mo te Tai rawhiti. Ko te ra mo to Pootitanga mehemea ka tae ki to Pooti ko te te kau ma iwa'|o Tihema, 1896. Na PUUTU, 2 Kai Whakahaere Pooti. i NOTICE. MR FITZROY'S Committee will meet at the Committee Room (near Mr D. McKenzie's stables) at 7.30 EVERY EVENING until after the Election. Visitors from the country districts are invited to look in when in town. 973 W. RATCLIFFE, Secretary. TENDERS. qnENDERS are invited for a LEASE for J 15 years, from Ist January, 1897, of 1606 acres of the Rakauitaka Block, situated in the District of Patutahi, about 12 miles from Gisborne. Particulars and conditions of tender may be seen at the office of John Coleman, Gisborne, where tenders are to be left uot later than Noon on SATURDAY, the '28th of November, 1896, addressed to the undersigned. E. F. HARRIS, W UBteeß JOHN COLEMAN,/ lrusteeßl Gisborne, Nov. 18th, 1896. 940 NOTICE. WE beg to announce that Dr. HUGHES has leased the premines of tho late Dr. Innes, and has purchased the Goodwill of his practice. Wo trust the friends and patients of the late Dr. Innes will accord his successor their support. C. D. BENNETT, CHAS. DUNLOP, 9 Trustees for Mrs Innes. TARUHERU ROAD DISTRICT. I HEREBY notify that an Election for the return of FIVE (5) Members to form a Board for the abovementioned District, to bo named " The Taruheru Road Board," will take place at tho Poverty Buy Road Board Office, Makaraka.on MONDAY, 7th December, 1896 ; and I hereby appoint Monday, SOth November, 1896, up to tho hour of 12 o'clock noon, as the time, and tho County Office, Gisborne, as the pluco for receiving Nominations of Candidates. The District is subdivided iaio three subdivisions. For Subdivision No. 1 Tjirek Members are required. For Subdivision No, 2 One Member is required, For Subdivision No. 3 Onjs Member ia required. There ia a Roll for each Subdivision. Candidates for any Subdivision must appear on ono of the Rolls, ,uid must Innominated nnd seconded by two puraonn whosi" names urn on the Roll (if the Subdivision for which the onudiiitite is proponed. Nomination papers may bo obtained at the pfjqnty Office on application. ARTHUR F. CUFF, Returning Officer. Makaraka, Nov. 21st, 1896. i) 81 riMO' LET— Seven-roomed HOUSE, with JL every convenience, together with small paddock,— Apply to D. M. Orb, &9S
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