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Notices. HOKITIKA GYMNASTIC CLASSES. FOR GENTLEMEN. TUESDAY and FRIDAY, from 8 to 9.30 p.m. Fees, per Quarter, £1 Is, ' FOR BOYS. MONDAY and THURSDAY, from 5 to 6 p.m. i, Fees, per Quarter, 16s. 1 i Fees payable in advance. For further particulars, apply to ' OSCAR DATID, Swan Hotel. MONSIEUR OSCAR DAVID GIVES LESIONS in FRENCH and GERMAN. For further particulars please apply SWAN HOTEL. 3 WE direct special attention to our STOCK of BLANKETS and FLANNELS— the Prices will be found Very Moderate. J. NICHOLSON & CO., Dbafebs. I NOTICE THE West Coast Times will be delivered daily, and the Leadbk every } THURSDAY, to Subscribe a the f Kumara Rush, at Town Prices. f ROBERT WRIGHT, j Agent, Election Notices. . * GENERAL ASSEMBLY jPiEOTIQN. " T? LECTORS favorable to the return \, -^ of MR SEYMOUR TUOUNg 1 GEORGE, are requested to MEET THIS (Friday), EVENING, at the EMPIRE HOTEL, at 8 p,m., for the c purpose of forming a Committee to secure I bis return. ; J. E. CUDDEFORD, Hon, Secretary. 7 ELECTION NOTICE. r TOTARA RIDING, COUNTY OF r WESTLAND. I HEREBY DECLARE that MR JOSEPH GRIMMOND was, upon I 12th day of June, 1878, DULY ELEC3 TED to represent the above Riding in the County Council of Westland. A. F. F. ETHERIDGE, Returning Officer. 7 Hokitika, June 13th, 1878. GENERAL ASSEMBLY ELECTION. 7 TO SEYMOUR THORNE GEORGE, ■ ESQ. SIE, — We, the undersigned electors of the Westland District, request that - you will allow yourself to be nominated c as a candidate at the forthcoming election for the seat in the Legislative Assembly, rendered vacant by the resignation of Mr '. Button. Believing, as we do, that your a known intelligence, integrity, and influence, c fully qualify yon for such candidature ; ;, and trusting that, as a supporter of Sir , George Grey's Government, you will use your best endeavors in carrying out the (j liberal policy enunciated by the Premier f from the public platform on his recent . visit here ; and that, if elected, you will . creditably represent the district, we pledge ourselves, should you consent, to use our best endeavors to secure your return. t We are, Sir, 1 Yours faithfully, I G A. Paterson James Chesney f Joseph Churches James Craig t Thomas Haworth R. C. Reid W. Keller S. Pizzey I J.Boeddinghaus W, M'Kay Joseph Williams D. Lindemann f Leopold Netter Benjamin Dyson John Barton John Peake I Alfred Bock John Hinchcliffe 1 Harry Bawden Duncan McDonald . k H. Meyer Carl Schulthies c Edgar Bastings John Lange 3 It Campbell Tom Bramwell I H. Richardson Rae John Cross, M.B.C. Robert Upjohn George Bath .'■ Evan Morgan J. E. Cuddeford , George Dale H. S. Andrews s William Webb A. W. Bock' j H. W. Parker . Martin Eller John O'Neill Charles Wische And 98 others. t To Messes G. A. Paterson, James Chesney, Joseph Churches, James Craig, and the other gentlemen signing the requisition. I have the honor to acknowledge the m receipt of your telegram conveying requisition asking me to become a candidate for the representation of the district of " Hokitika in the General Assembly. In reply, I have to thank you for the confidence you have expressed, and rcc >g- * nising the honor of representing so im1 portant a . part of the community in Parliament, I have much pleasure in t seceding to your request, with the assurance that, if elected, the interests of • the constituency shall always have my best consideration. B I shall take the opportunity of publishing in a day or two, an address conveying the outline of my opinions on the various questions of policy occupying at the pre- - sent time the attention of the colony. • Immediately upon the writ being issued, ' I shall visit the consbituency, when I shall explain my views at length. Again thanking yon for the honor you have done me, I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, n SEYMOUR THORNE GEORGE. Wellington, June 10, 1878.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, West Coast Times, Issue 2870, 14 June 1878

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