PUBLIC MEETING OP CITIZfINS. ELECTION~OF am 08. TO THE WOBSOIPFUL THE MAYOB OF CHBISTCttUBCH. WE tha undersigned Batepayers do hereby requeßt you toi call a PUBLIC MEETING ot tho Batepayers of Chriatohnrch as soon aa possible after tho Nominations for the Eleotion of Mayor for the ensuing year, for the purpose of eliciting the views ot tho Candidates uu various subjoots of importances to the Batepayor.-i. Signed by 01 Bati-payers. To the Gentlemen signing the Bequihition. GENTLEMEN,— I have maoh pleasure in acceding to your request, and hereby convene a Tulillu Mcc Uil (j on Monday next, tho 26th Jnst., at 7.30 o'olook p.m., at the Gaiety Theatre, Cathedral square. JAMES GAPES, Mayor. City Counoil Chambers, Nov. 25, 1831. 7666 37 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28. BOOTS, SUNDRIES, FUBNITUEE. MB J. G. HAWKEeTis instruoted by the Executors of the late George Godden, to SELL BY FUBLIO AUOTION, At his Booms, Hereford street. Quantity ot Boots, leather, shoemakers' tools and plant, furniture and sundries. Sale at 12 o'olock. 7598 35 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28. FURNITURE AND SUNDRIES. "It/rB J. G. HAWKES WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUOTION, At his Booms, Hereford st' - 1, FCBNITUBE— SingIe and doubie wood and iron bedbtoade, spring and other mattressea, washstands and ware, dressing tables and glasses, chest drawers, wardrobe, dining and otber tables, fenders, ohairs, suites (io hair and cretonne), &c, fto. BOOK-CASE, in mahogany, and small lot of well-aßsorted books. STEBLING -SILVEB soup ladle, 1 pair sauoe ladles, and 6 forks. PICTUBES— a very curious old oil paintings. DBESSES-3 embroidered Indian skirts and 2 ball dresses. Sale at 12 o'olook. 1774 GOVERNOR'S BAY. .^*r^i fTHHE steam launch Jrs&Js>>-*wt *- LYTIELTON -■ap"jfc!caS^g^^Bay, To-morrow (Sunday), weather permitting, on arrival of tho trains from Ohristohuroh, returning in time for the 5 50 p.m. train. Fares, 2a 6d return. 1784, AGAR k ROBERTS. SYDENHAM ELEOTION. JjlLr J • _t£« Andrews Requoßtß tho Electors of Sydenham to MEET HIM at the Oddfellows' Hall, Waltham road— On Wedneaday, Nov. 30th, at 8 p.m. Sohoolroom, Selwyn street, Addington — On Friday, Deo. 2nd, at 8 p.m. Oddfollows' Hall, Montreal etroot south —On Monday, Dec. 7th, at 8 p.m. 1759 TO THE ELEOTORS OF THE OITY OF OHRIBTOHUROH. MAYORAL ELEOTION. LADIE3 AND GENTLEMEN,— Having received a Requisition from a largo number of Ratepayers of long standing, to allow myself to bo Nominated as a Candidato to fill the high ofiico of Mayor of this City, and having accodod to tho Requisition, I now respeotfully ask for your confldenco and support. My reaidonce and business oxporisnee in Ohrißtchurch extend ovor 20 yeara, during two of whioh I torvocl aa ono of tlie City Councillors ; and if elected to the Mayoral chair, it will bo my aim to superintend tho affairs of tho Municipality, bo that progross, coupled with such economy as may bo compatible with tho dignity of tho ollico and tho welfaro of tho City will bo tho result. I bog to romind you that the Klcction takos -place at tho City Council Chambora on Wodncaday, tho 30lh day of Novembor, 1831, and again Bolicit your confidence and support. lam, Youra faithfully, 1773 O. B. TAYLOR. STANMOBE ELECTION. A Meeting of Mr Flosher's Committoo and IX. supporters will bo hold at tho Knighta- | town Library on Monday ovoning, \jv. 28th, at oight o'clock. All in favour of his election are invited to Mend. 1769
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