'• NOTICE OF NOMINATIONS. g jl TN pursuance of "The Electoral Act, c 1 1893," I, William Alfred Barton, * Returning Officer for the Electoral District i. of Waiapu, do hereby give notice thut the , persons whose names appear horeunder d have boon nominated as candidates for the s Election of a Member of the House of i Representatives of New Zealand for the g Electoral District of Waiapu, viz. : c JAMES CARROLL JAMES CHARLES DUNLOP CECIL AUGUSTUS FITZROY, and the Poll will be taken at the following Polling Places, on WEDNESDAY, THE SIXTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1899:— McFtwlftuc's Hall, Custom-house Street, Gisborne (principal booth) The Volunteer Hall, Custom • house 1 Street, Gisborne Charles Seymour's Woolshed, Whangara The Magistrate's Court-house, Tolago Bay Macfarlane's Office, Takapau The School-house, Tokomaru The School-house, Waipiro The School- house, Tuparoa The Magistrate's Court-house, Port Awanui The School-house, Kawakawa The Public Hall, Waimata The School-house, Matawhero The School-house, Waereni»a-a-hika The School-house, Ormond The School-house, Te Karaka Hutchinaon's Woolshed, Waihuka The Hall, Whatatutu George Smith's House, Rangiriri Creek The School-house, Motu The Public Hall, Patutahi The School-house, Te Arai The School-house, Maraetaha Proudlock's House, Tarewa The School-house, Waerenga-o-kuri John Burgess's Woolshed, Hangaroa The School-house, Tiniroto Brown's House, Rnakituri Eden'a House, Marumaru Parker's Hall, Frasertown The School-house, Waikaromoana The Polling Booth, Mokau (near Lake Waikaremoaua) The Magistrate's Court-house, Wairoa Tho Toll-house, Mohaka Thomas Edward Taylor's House, Nuhaka North Gaddum's Woolshed, Mahia. W. A. BARTON, Returning Officer. I do further give notice that on the Baid SIXTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1899, the day appointed for the taking of the Electoral Poll for the return of a Member of the House of Representatives for the District of Waiapu, and simultaneously therewith, a Poll, called the LICENSING POLL, will also bo taken, under the provisions of "The Alcoholic Liquor Sale Control Act Amendment Act, 1895." W. A. BARTON, 372 Returning Officer. NOTICE. I WILLIAM ALFRED BARTON, , Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Waiapu, do hereby notify that I shall, on FRIDAY, the First day of December, 1899, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Magistrate's Courthouse, at Gisborne, in pursuance of Section 7 of "The Licensing Poll Regulation Act, 1899," publicly consider all Nominations lodged with me under the provisions of the saio Act. Dated at Gisborne this 30th day of November, 1899. W. A. BARTON, 373 Returning Officer. TO THE ELECTORS OF WATAPU. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,I have much pleasure in announcing that I am a candidate for the honor of representing the constituency in Parliament at the ensuing Election, and that I am contesting the Election in the interests of the Opposition party. I shall take an early opportunity of explaining my views in the various centres throughout tho Electorate. Yours faithfully, 7 0. A. FITZROY. TO THE ELECTORS OF WAIAPU. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,- ---*-^ • I have been nominated as a candidate to represent this constituency, and intend to go to the Poll. I trust you will disbelieve rumors which, I understand, have been circulated to the effect that I intended to withdraw. I very much regret that I shall not be able to visit every part of the electorate, but I trust that those I have beeu unable to address will be guided by my published views. Shortly, I am in favor of legislation for the promotion of temperance reform, a fair and speedy settlement of tha Native land question, abolition of the duties on the necessaries of life, the establishment of homes for the people, and for the encouragement of farmers, pastoralists, and those engaged in commercial pursuits. I stand as an Independent Oppositionist, and believe in a true progressive policy, combined with just and economical adminißtwtion. I trust the electors will not sacrifice the interests of this district and sink its individuality by voting for an outside man.— Yours faithfully, 363 CHAS. DUNLQP. MR CARROLL WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS At TE ARAl— Thursday, Nov. 30. WHATATUTU— Friday, December 1. ORMOND— Satordav, December 2. WAERENGA-A-HIKA-Monday, Deo. 4. GISBORNE— Tuesday, December 5. 279 MR C. A. FITZROY WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS At KARAKA-Thursday, Nov. 30th WHATATUTU-Sattoday, Dec. 2nd. MAKAURI-Monday, Deo. 4th, at 7.30. GISBORNE (Macfarlane's Hall), Tuesday, Dec. sth, at 8 p.m. COMMITTEE ROOM.— Mr Fitzßoy's Committee Room (Union Bank Buildinas, over O'Meara'a store) will be open daily. 203 MR CHAS. DUNLOP « ; ILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS ** At TOKOMARU— Thursday, Nov. 30th, WAIPIRO-Friday, December Ist, AWANUl— Saturday, December Sod, WAERENGA-A-HIHA— Tuesday Dec. 6, At 8 p.m. 289 W. DOUGLAS LYSNAK Will Address the Electors AT KARAKA SCHOOLROOM, Saturday, December 2nd, at 8 o'clock, GISBORNE (Macfarlane's Hall)— Monday next, at 8 o'clock, ORMOND HALL — Tuesday, December sth, at 8 o'clock, WON Local Politics and Against 1 Prohibition. Dealing with Facts from Clutha. 325 WAIAPU PROHIBITION LEAGUE. Ti»e Rev. J. B. Fiulay VJTILL ADDRESS THE VOTERS V V AS FOLLOWS :— MAKARAKA-Thursday, Nov. 30, at 8 o'clock. WAERENGA-O-KURl— Friday, Dec. 1. TINIROTO-S.viUKDAY, Dec. 2. Collection. All are invited. 276 The supporters of the Hon. Jas. Carroll, as well as those of the other candidates, would do well to commit to memory tho legend, " Hennessy's for Boots !" I got some beauties to hand ex s.s. Waimate.— : , Advt. ■
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