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Election Notices. BOROUGH OF HOKITIKA. ■"VTOTICE is hereby given that the AN- 3 -^ NUAL ELECTION of MAYOR for tbe BOROUGH of HOKITIKA, will be held at the Town Hall, on WEDNESDAY, 24th November, 1880. C The POLL will Commence at 9 a,m., and Clpße at 6 p.m. of same day. Candidates : HUDSON, JOHN ROBERT LEARMONTH, FREDK. A, PEAKE, JOHN TAIT, JOHN W. DUNBAR BANKS, Returning Officer. Hokitika, 17th November, 1880. MAYORAL ELECTION. TO MR JOHN TAIT: SIR, — We, the undersigned Ratepayers of the Borough of Hokitika, having confidence . that from your long experience as Councillor of the Borough, you would fulfill the duties of tbe office of Mayor with credit to the Burgesses, request you will allow yourself to be placed in nomination for that office, and hereby promise you our support. We are, Sir, Yours, &c, James Holmes L. Kirwan Daniel Cullen Samuel Harris James L. Green Johnston & Co. A. Appel Benjamin Dyson William Duncan Joseph Churches George Benning James Chesney And 95 others. Gentlemen, — I have great pleasure in ACCEDING to YOUR REQUEST that I should allow myself to be nomiuatcd for the Office of Mayor, and should my fellow Citizens do me the honor ot Electing . me to the Office, I shall nse my utmost endeavors to discharge the duties appertaining to the trust so imposed in me, with advantage to the Burgesses, and credit to myself. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, JOHN TAIT. Hokitika, 11th November, 1880. MAYORAL ELECTION. TO THE BURGESSES OF THE BOROUGH OF HOKITIKA. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— ~* Having received a very numerously signed Requisition requesting me to allow myself to be nominated for the Honorable position of Mayor and Chief Magistrate of your Town, I have ACCEDED to the REQUEST, and now besj to solicit the favor ot your Votes at the Election which takes place on Wednesday next. I beg to remind you that I come before you with the experience ot former terms of office, when I hope I succeeded in giving general public satisfaction, and if returned on this occasion, I cau assure you, it will be my cbief aim and object to promote in every way the welfare of this Borough. I have the honor to be Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, F. A. LEARMONTH. Hokitika, 17th November, 1880. MAYORAL ELECTION. TO THE BURGESSES OF HOKITIKA. f\ ENTLEMEN,— At tbe request of a | number of my fellow Townsmen, I have CONSENTED to be nominated as a CANDIDATE for the MAYORALTY. " A residence of fourteen years in the Town, has enabled me to become fully conversant with its requirements, and my two years experience as a Borough Councillor has given me such a knowledge of Municipal matters, as in my opinion, every : Candidate aspiring to the high office of 1 Mayor, should possess. At the present moment there are some queationß of interest to the Ratepayers, to wMcb I shall refer at the meetings, which I propose to address throughout tbe town before the day of Election. [ The limit i of an advertisement will not permit me to do more than conclude, by » assuring you, that if you do me the honor a of Electing me as your Mayor, I shall do " my utmost to deserve your confidence, g I bave the honor to be 1 Gentlemen, a Ifour obedient servant, J . . JOHN PEAKE. r Hokitika, 17th November, 1880. MAYORAL ELECTION. \X ; MR J. PEAKE will ADDRESS the RATEPAYERS as follows :— c GIBSON'S QUAY,— At Mr Cooke's Pioneer Hotel on FRIDAY, 19th, at 8 t p.m., and at Mr Dehon's Bridge Hotel at 9 p.m. HAMPDEN STREET.— At Mr E. = Strangman's Hotel on MONDAY, 22nd, _ at 8 p.m. SALE STREET.— At Mr Hebard's „ Belle Vue Hotel on MONDAY, 22nd, at Gr 9 p.m. TOWN HALL— On TUESDAY, 23rd, at 8 p.m. JESSING FRIENDS. HENRY WILLIAMS, of Masterton, Send your address at once to D, Waltin. C.B.J. sells property under Mortgage: Any person knowing his address, cc » please write to D. Waltin, Masterton Wellington.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, West Coast Times, Issue 3627, 18 November 1880

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 West Coast Times, Issue 3627, 18 November 1880

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