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BOROUGH OF INVERCARGILL. ANNUAL ELECTION ,OF MAYOR. NOTICE is hereby given that the Election of Mayor for the ensuing year will take place on WEDNESDAY, 24th April, 1907. ' Nominations of Candidate® for the said office of Mayor must be delivered to the undersigned or addressed to him and delivered at the Municipal offices, accompanied by a deposit of Ten Pounds (£10), not later than noon of WEDNESDAY, 17th April, 1907. Nominations must be in accordance with form numbered 2 in the First Schedule of “The Local Elections Act, 1904.” BIENNIAL ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. NOTICE is hereby given that WEDNESDAY, the 24th day of April, 1907, is the day appointed for the election of Twelve Councillors for the Borough of Invercargill for the term of Tw t o Years. Nominations of Councillors for the same must be delivered to the undersigned or addressed to him and delivered at the Municipal Offices, accompanied by a deposit of Three Pounds (£3'), not later than noon of WEDNESDAY, 17th April, 1907. Nomination® must be in accordance with form numbered 2 in the First Schedule of “The Local Elections Act, 1904.” T. W. WALKER, Returning Officer. Municipal Offices, 6th April, 1907. ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. TO THE ELECTORS OF INVERCARGILL. LADIES &l GENTLEMEN,—It is my intention to be nominated as a candidate for the office of Councillor at the forthcoming election. Consequently I would most respectfully solicit your vote and confidence and" if elected to the position would assuredly discharge the duties appertaining to the office, faithfully and to the best of my ability, in your interest and the general advancement of Invercargill. I am. Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, D. McFARLANE. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE SOUTH INVERCARGILL BOROUGH. LA/DIES &' GENTLEMEN,—At the request of a number of Ratepayers I have decided to become a Candidate for the office of Mayor at the coming Election. —Yours respectfully.

T. A. CUSHEN. March 26th, 1907. NORTH ISLAND lEUITFARM. I am authorised by the Clerk of the Court, Wangrei, to sell 331 acres farm, first-class volcanic and alluvial land, 10 paddocks, well-water-ed ; close on 300 acres ploughable ; now 6-room house, necessary outbuildings ; land will easily carry 75 cows. PRICE— £2BBO. TERMS £BBO cash, balance at 5 per cent, for 5 years. W. B. Scandrett, LAND AGENT, Corner Dee and Esk Bta., Invercargill The Happiest Hours of Life are those Spent in the Homo, in Easy Enjoyment of Pleasing Melodies. No need to go to Places of Amusement when Home is made Eright and Attractive by The Edison Phonograph CALL AT THE Phonograph Supply Store, in THE AECADE, Esk street, Invercargill, And hear one Played. Important notice^ WE have a few more Parrots left for sale—the Whistling Eosella. Secure one before the season is too late.—Full particulars from TOM BKBNSTEBN DEE STEEET

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 2, 13 April 1907

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