MASTKIITON ELECTORATE, I HEREBY give Public Notico that the following persons lmvo been duly nominated as candidates for election to tho Masterton Electoral District (one member) the poll whereof will bp taken on the 4th day of Decombor, 189 G. CAMERON, Donald John HOGG, Alexander Wilson. Dated this 25th day of Noycmbor, 180(5, F.H.IBBETBON, Itcturning Officer. NOTICE. TO D. J. CAMERON'S POLITICAL SUPPORTERS. rpHE TEMPERANCE HALL, Masterton, will be open daily for the übo of Mr Cameron's supporters until alter tho Election. The lioom will be reserved for the use of his lady supporters from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. oach day. . I SYKES.. ' MASTERTON ELECTION, . NOTICE. MED. J. CAMERON will address the LADIES OF MASTERTON In the TEMPERANCE HALL, on Monday, November 30th, at 4 o'clock. I. SYKES. _A > MASTERTON ELECTION. J/[R D. J. CAMERON Will meet the electors at the following places on the days named
' Hastwell, Public Hull, Saturday, 28th Mauriceville West, Schoolhouse, Monday, 30th November, at 8 p.m. Mauriceville East, Cottiss' Hall, Tuesday, Ist December, at 8 p.m. Mangamahoe,Sohoolhouse, Tuesday, Ib' December, at C p.m. Bidefoid, Wednesday, 2nd December, at 8 p.m. Wairere, Wednesday, j!nd December, at 12 o'clock. MABTEHTON ELECTORATE, . > v Jfß A. W. HOGG desires to thank the electors of the district for the honor they haye done him in returning him as their representative in Parliament at the last two general elections, As it is his intention to ask a renewal ot their confidence at the election now impending, he will take an early opportunity of addressing them in the various centres. MASTERTON ELECTION, |p A. ( W. HOGG Invites the electors to meet him as follows liongomai, Sohoolhouse, Monday, Nov- - ember 30th, at 8 p.m. Opaki, Sohoolhouse, Tuesday,' December Ist, at 8 p.m. . Kuripuni, Hall, Wednesday, December 2nd, at 8 p.m. Masterton, Drill Hall, Thursday, December 3rd, at 8 p.m.
WAIRAEAPA ELECTION. Jf E BUCHANAN Invites the electors to meet him as under- ' h-Taueru Tuesday, Ist Deo—Birkett'a, Wliareama Front seats reserved- for ladies at each ' meeting. • Each Evening at 8 p.sr, PANUITANGA. JJEHe torn o nga ra o Tihema, 1896, i te whare wbakawa i Nepia i te 12 o uga haoro i te awatea ka KARANGAItANGATJA he mema no te taha Maori mo te Tai rawhiti, i Ko ts ra mo to Pootitanga mehemea ka tan kite Pooti ko te te kau ma iwa o Tihema, 18%. Na puutu, FBIDAY, 18th DECEMBER, 1836, At 2.30. AUCTION SALE Owing to Dissolution ot Partnership, OF MAGNIFICENT FREEHOLD BON, 10,300 ™ Known as TIRAUMEA STATION, Together with 12,500 SHEEP, 350 CATTLE, AMD 24 HORSES. ■ MESSES HARCOORT & CO. are in. etructcd by the owners, who are diesolving partnership, to sell by auction, at their rooms, Wellington, on Friday, 18th December, 1896 That splendid Freehold Run known as TIRAUMEA STATION, situated 21 miles from Eketahuna Railway Station by well-formed and wellbridged roads.' The run is in first-rate working order, aud consists of easy country, well-watered. Six thousand acres are in grass, divided into 26 paddocks, the largest being 1200 aores. There is a good resident of 11 rooms, as well as all buildings, dip, yards, &c., necessary for the working of a well-found rnn. The flock consists of nearly pure Romneys, all youngsboep. Lastyear'a clip averaged "]d in the grease. For further information apply to Mr Warren, on the station, or to HAIICOURT a CO.,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume XVI, Issue 5497, 28 November 1896
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume XVI, Issue 5497, 28 November 1896
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