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CITY OF AUCKLAND ELECTORATE. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. It is hereby notified for public information that the following gentlemen have been duly nominated as Candidat-s for Election for the three (3) seats to be filled by Me mbei s of the House of Representatives for the Electoral District of CITY OFAUCKLAND: BAUME, FREDERICK EHRENFRIED CROWTHER, WILLIAM FOWLD3, GEORGE FRENCH, ROBERT HOBBS, RICHARD HOLLAND, JAMES JOB NAPIER, WILLIAM JOSEPH QUINLAN, PATRICK REGAN, JAMES ROSSER, ARTHUR VAILE, SAMUEL SPECIAL. Candidates or their Nominators having details to supply under the Corrupt Pra:tices Act, 1881, and its schedules, as well as under clause 26, .Electoral Act, 1893, should reach the undersigned not later than 4 o'clock in the afternoon of Monday next, the 4th prox. All communications respecting these details must be delivered at this office. JNO. KING, Returning Officer Drill Shed, Auckland, November 29th, 1899. TPLECTORAL DISTRICT OF Jli PARNELL.. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES. In pursuance of the Electoral Act, 1893, and the Amendment and -other Acts re lating thereto, I hereby Rive notice that the undermentioned Candidates have this day been duly Nominated for the Return of One Member (1) of the Honse of Representatives for the above district : — ALLEN, JOHN CANDLISH, Piako, Farmer CAMPBELL, HUGH, Parnell, Barrister LAWRY, FRANK, Ellerulie, Farmer. The Poll will be taken at the undernamed Polling Places, on WEDNESDAY, the 6th day of Decembi r, 1899, viz : - The Oddfellowrt' Hall, Parntll, Principal The Newmarket Hall, Newmarket The Victoria Hall, Eden Terrace St Barnabas's Hall, Mount Edeu. The Poll will be open at 9 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. JOSEPH GIL MORE, Rt turning Officer. Aockland, 29th November, 1899. A nevr fruit and vegetable cutter, seed separator, and spice grater has been put on the market, that should prove a very useful addition to the domestic entourage. It is c aimed that it will cut up vegetables faster than a half-a-dozen, or more people working by hand, separate the seeds, and then comes np smiling as a thoroughly up-to-date grater for bread, nutmegs or cocoanut.

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1, Observer, Volume XVIII, Issue 1092, 2 December 1899

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