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WANTED, two Men for sorting about 80 tons potatoes for seed. Apply at once, Henry Tuch. 7130 CHRISTOHURCH RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION. CITY COUNCIL ELEOTION. THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1879. THE Association has decided to support the following gentlemen, and invites th« co-operation of the ratepayers' generally to secure tbeir return :— N.B. Ward— Messrs R. 0. Bishop, W. ; Chrystall, and H. Thomson. N.W. Ward— Messrs N. K. Cherrill, J. Gapes, and T. S. Lambert. S.E. Ward-A. Cuff, 0. P. Hulbert, and S. Manning. S.W. Ward— R, W. England, 0. B. Taylor, and W. Vincent. W. PRATT, 712* President. CHRIBTCHURCH ELEOTION. -ML R AA) ICHARDSON WILL ADDEESS THE ELEOTORS AT THE SCHOOLHOUSE, MERIVALE, ON FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 6, Afc Half -pasfc Seven O'clock. 7128 TO THE CITIZENS OF THE SOUTHEAST WARD OF CHRISTCHURCH. a ENTLEMEN,— Afc the last General Election you distinguished me by reposing your confidence and returning me to your Municipal Counoil. Since thafc period I have endeavoured by a strict attention to duty and a conscientious exercise of tbe powers and authorities conveyed to prove myself worthy of the honour then bestowed. During the pasfc year the difficulties of a member of your Council have been of a somewhat arduous and trying character, — nevertheless I havo sought to the besfc of my ability to forward your interests and maintain the reputation of the City. Ab Chrißtchurch has now been divided into Wards, I am precluded from offering myself again to tho wholo constituency by whom I was originally returned. In seeking a renewal of confidence, I have thought it right to appeal to the ratepayers in that portion of the City in whicli I reside and with which my interests are most closely associated, and I can only say fchafc if you do me tho honour to again return mo to the City Council, I shall strive to advance the City as faithfully in the future aa I think I may claim to have done in fcho pasfc. Believe me, Gentlemen, Your most obedient servant, 7120 AARON AVERS. SIX Roomed House to Let, every convenience, and moderate ront. Apply to E. H. Banks, Sfc Asaph streefc. *7126

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Star, Issue 3556, 3 September 1879

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