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Election Notices. HAYOBAIi ELECTION. ChristchurcH, August 31st, 1886. To Charles Louisson, Esq., J.P, DEAB SIB,— We, the undersigned City Conn. .°>S 0 ' 8i «J-Mayew. and ex-CounciUors of the City ot Chrißtchurch, respectfully request that you will allow yourself to be nominated for the Offioe of Mayor of the City for the next term. We express < this desire from a knowledge of the zeal and ability you have displayed in the interest of the City during the several years yon have occupied the position cf Councillor, and with the belief that ; your acceptance of the office wonld be for the j bentflt of the citizens, and conduoe to the welfare and progress of the city. If you aeßent to this • request, we promise to use every endeavour to ■ secure yonr election, and also to assist yon, "if { elected," in carrying ont the important Untiee of 1 the office. 1 We remain, sir, Tours faithfully, 1 COUNCILLOBS. 1 William Vincent James Tait I S. Manning James Bowman ' W. H. Hoßking Willism Prudhoj Chas. Kiver W. T. Grineted , 8. P. Andrews C. M. Gray. 1 Henry Crooks EX-MAYOBS. J. Ollivier 1 o. p. Hnlbeit Henry Sawtell Jas. Gape 3 Fredk. Hobba | John Anderson H. Thomson j J. G. Euddoaklau W.Wilflon I BX-COUNCILLOBS. W. Briw James A. Bird ! George Treleavoa C. Lezard ) E. W. England William Schmidt |B.Cosa W.P.King t Daniel Beese C. W. Turner , William Pratt F. Jenkins I Albert Cuff ! Christchnrch, Sept. 17th, 18S6. I {** ENTLEMEN, — I am in rtceipt of yonr [ I.X very flattering Bequisition, asking me to • allow myself to be nominated for lie important j «fflceof Mayor of the City for the ensuing ytor. j In acceding to yonr request, 1 van assure .ton , I value very highly the appreciation you txpress of : my post conduct as a Councillor, and yonr confidence that I shall be able, if ekctsct, to satisfactorily perform the duties appertaining to tho office. I look upon your Bequisition ac nnique in oharocter, and of especial value, coming, a? it does, from those with whom I have worked so cordially for many years, and from other gentlemen, who 1 have hod the management of Municipal matters ■ sinoe tho early days of the City, ana I think it preferable co a long rtquisilion from the Bate* : payers, as I do not think they should be askod to ; pledge themselves to any particular Candidate ; before they know what other gentlemen are coming ', forward. ! In conclusion, I can only say that, if the citizens I do me the honour to elect me, I shall dev.ito what- ! ever abilities I possess to promote the interests of I what I consider will eventually be the most important City im New Zealand, and to justify in every way the confidence reposed in me. I am, Gentlemen, Your Obedient Servant, C. I.OTJISSON. To the Councillors, ex-Mayors, and ex-Councillors : signing the requisition. 6296 Late Advertisements. I PEBSONS ADVERTISING FOB SERVANTS are hereby informed that they can leave ADDRESSES and any other information at THIS OFFICE. WANTED, a Girl to assist with housework. Apply ?i, Walker street. 1633 WANTED, a good Female Cook. Apply Lyttelton Hotel. Lyttelton. W "ANTED, a Boy to assist in Plumbing work. J. Dunn, Plumber, Papanui. 1617 WANTED, Girl, about 14 years of age. Apply, Elliott, Fishmonger, Christchnrch. 1656 "ANTED, a strong Girl, about 16, to maie herself generally nsefnl. 12, Fife st. 1655 ~C^7" ANTED to purchase, a good Flate. Apply, TT with full particulars, to N.Z., "Times" oflice. 1571 -ANTfSD, respectable Girl, about 16. to assißt in housework. Apply at Cookbam House. 1645 ANTED to Sell, 50-inch Bicycle (Binger's). Apply 229, Colombo street, opposite Cookham House. 1634 WANTED to Borrow, good, strong Plough Horse. Apply to Ah Biog, Market Gardener, Waltham. 1619 "f^TANTED, first-class Female Cook, for Tt Dunedin Club, .apply, Warner's Hotel, Cathedral square. 1643 ANTED Known— Targe comfortable Boom, furnished (bed and sitting-room oombinedi, oentral. X., Post-office. 1592 W ANTED. Four or Five-roomed House, about fifteen minutes' walk from centre of town. X.A., "Star "Oflice. 1585 W" ANTED immediately, Laundress, Housemaid and Nurse, Married Couple and General Servants. Mrs Higgs' Registry. 1650 W "ANTED, a comfortable 4-roomed Cottage, within ten minutes' walk of Post-office. Apply, stating rent, H.S., "Star" office. 1647 WANTED Known — Apartments to Let, furnished or unfurnished, Apply the Hermitage, Colombo street, Sydenham. ' 1555 A IJADTengagedduringdnyrequiresßoardand r\ Besidence in private family ; must be centrally situated. Etate terms to G., "Star * office. 1639 CAPITAL value in Gentlemen's Fashionable Hard Felt Hats. C. M. Gray, High street. 1611 f^OMMERCIAIj Academy and Wight School, 5, \^l Lichflold street;. Bookkeeping, English, Arithmetic, Latin, Shorthand. 1575 FOB SALE, Convenient Breeding? Cages, with appliances. Show cases, 5, Gaysvere terrace, Stanmore road. 1632 GENTLEMEN requiring snporior Board and Besidence can have same by addressing S., "Star" office. 1651 JTi MILLS (late Wheeler and Co.). Chimney V3T« Sweep and Carpet Beatei-,48, Dnrham street south, gives satisfaction. 1576 LONDON and Paris sha^s in Gentlemen's Felt Hats. All shades. CM. Gray, High street. T OST, Gold Brooch between the Police Depot JL4 "nd St Matthew's Church, St Alhons. Finder rewarded on returning same to the Parsonage or Mr George Dickinson. 1644 MBS IZETT, Triangle, requires t-ood Cook. £40; good General, £S5: experienced Nnree. 1643 MBS IZETT. Triangle, requires immediately. C 00&8, General Servants (town and country), House. Parlourmaids, Cook (no wo3hinff), experienced children's Nurse, &o. SECTIONS at New Brteliton for sale, cheap George Swarm, Solicitor, High ptreot. 1631 ** T OOK OtTT FOB TEE LBVI/ITSAN." *» TT OOK OUT FOR THE LEVfATHAN." «* T OOK OUT FOE THE LEVI.VTHAN." « T OOK ODT FOB THE L3VIATHAN." HAVING PURCHASED THEIR STOCK OF fjf ENEJIAL AkONMONGEBY vnoii MESSES KING BROTHEBS, CA3HEL STBEET (Who are retiring from the business), We offer gome to WHOLESALE BUYEBS AT VERY FAVOUBABLE PBICEB. EDWABO BEECE AND SONS, Wholesale and Retail Ironmongers, 123, Colombo street, Chriatchtiroh 436 EW BttlG HTON Direct Tram Communication.- Sections should be secured at onoe.— A Gjvat Bise certain to take place. A few choice sections in Georg <> street, close to the hotel, tram termin'iß in* front ; very suitable for refresb.il' Kilt r.vmi or fbops Harriot strtwt — Two -i-oo r e Keciionß, ch^.ip Bichmond terrace— Two sections, each «ver $• acre Esplanade— Two sections, eanh $-acre, between the residence of Messrs Melville and Button ; £80 and £85 each Corner of Harriot and Thomas streets— Nearly J. acre Ann street, close to George street— i-a ere, capital high level wction ; £50 Corner of Sea View road— }-acre, very suitable for a store Pine Avenue- One section, £10 Pine Avenue— Two sections, £15 Close to the Sea— One section— £B Esplanade— t-acre section, £30 Pine Avenue— Two i-acres, £17 eacb. Call for my List of Properties For Sale, just published. Honey to Lend on Mortgage. H. L. BOWKEB, 250, Colombo street. Market Place. 1627 VICTORIA HOUSE. WQ TR A NGE & CO. are now • ie) receiving ex s.s. Coptic a large and varied assortment of GENERAL DRAPERY, SPECIALITIES in TRIMMINGS, FUR-LINED MANTLES, AND LACE GOODS, Which ore marked at a Slight Advance on English Prices. Terms : 5 per cent Discount for Cash, 311, 215, anailii High street. 1444

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 7, Star, Issue 5730, 22 September 1886

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