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PUBLIC NOTICES. M AYORAL ELECTION. Mr H. HOLLAND invites the Electors of Greater Christcliurch to Meet him as follows: TUESDAY—YOUNG MEN'S GUILD HALL, St. Albans. At 8 p.m. All interested in the welfare of the City cordially invited. 1165 JJON'T FORGET TO YOTE FOR The CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION CANDIDATE On WEDNESDAY NEXT (TO-MORROW). HOLLAND FOR MAYOR. REYNOLDS FOR CENTRAL. BEANLAND, TAYLOR, and WILLIAMS FOR ST. ALBANS. April 23, 1914. 1363 J) O N' To T FORGET YOTE FOR BO A G and STO R R Y TO-MORROW. HARBOUR BOARD ELECTION. 1355 LYTTELTON HARBOUR BOARD ELECTION. To the Electors of the Combined Districts of the Counties of Paparua, Tawera, Malvern, Springs, Ellesmere, Halswell, Heathcote, and Selwyn, arid the Borough of Spreydon. Ladies and Gentlemen, — We have the pleasure of again Soliciting your Support at the forthcoming Election on WEDNESDAY, April 29. During our term of office we have consistently supported all progressive measures for the improvement of Lyttelton Harbour, so that the steady advancement and prosperity of the whole of North Canterbury may be yet further increased, and that the Residents may have the benefit of the cheapest as well as one of the best. Ports in the Dominion. The Canal League representatives on the Harbour Board advocate cessation of dredging and other works in Lyttelton, and contend that if this were done foreign shipbuilders would have to build ships to suit Lyttelton's requirements. " We advocate a continuance of the present policy of endeavouring to make Lyttelton a port second to none in New Zealand. Trusting that you will on Wednesday, the 29th inst., again Place us at the Head of the Poll, as you did three years ago. We have the honour to be, T. D. BOAG. 1198 JAMES STORRY. yy ARBOUR BOARD ELECTION. The Canal League requests the Electors to SUPPORT the ELECTION of Mr JOHN REYNOLDS and Mr DAVID SYKES to represent the Combined Districts of Heathcote, Spreydon, Halswell, Paparua, etc. 1229 ANYONE in need of TEMPORARY LOAN, £5 upwards, upon Household Furniture (without removal) call at L. W. BALKIND, .125 629 Colombo Street. BEST & CO., STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS. CATHEDRAL SQUARE, CHRISTCHURCH| Newburgli, Best and Co., as Sharebrokers, Buy and Sell Bank, Insurance, Mining, and other Stocks. Write lor Monthly List of Share Quotations. Telegraphic Address: • 'BESTNEWS,'' CHRISTCHURCH. .29F G. G. & J. H. AITK EN, LICENSED SHAREBROKERS. G G AITKEN, MEMBER OF CHRISTCHURCH STOCK EXCHANGE. All Classes of Stocks and Shares Bought or Sold. Latest Quotations Supplied. 106 Hereford Street, CHRISTCHURCH. Telephone 2265. .54 R. HILL FISHER & SON, LICENSED SHAREBROKERS, 134 HEREFORD ST., CHRISTCHURCH. INVESTMENT SHARES A SPECIALITY. Communications invilod ro Investments for Small or Large Sums. Investment Shares can be supplied at latest quotations. . .41 G 1 E O. B E C K W I T H, PHOTO ENLARGER, ART DEALER, PICTURE FRAME MAKER. Importer of Mouldings, Glass, and Mounts. 287 MANCHESTER ST. (near Bridge), CHRISTCHURCH. ~80 N OTICE TO MOT O Jtl ST S. HENSMAN'S GARAGE, 111 GLOUCESTER ST. (next Rink Stables). I have 6400 square feet for tho Storage and Repairing of Motors and Cycles. Open Every Day in the year from 8 a.m. to midnight. Absolute Safety and Moderate Charges at H E N S M A N 'S .73 E GG EMULSION OF COD LIVER OIL. Many people take Emulsion during., tho winter months, and find it rather costly. This season we are again supplying Reputed Quarts of the Finest Egg Puulsion of Cod Liver Oil at 2/6 per bottle. We make it fresh every few weeks, and guarantee it to be of the very best quality. Obtainable only from C. W. PRICE, Prescription Chemist, Lower High Street. . 122 rpHE SUN WANT ADVERTISEMENTS -®- will bring tho help or business desired. Two lines (12 words), sixpence; six insertions for 2/&•

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