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''■ ' " ELECTbKAX. - ,"' \ V — : — -^— — ■ -.-■~X-$ t A UCKJ.AND CITY COTJSCIIi GENERAL. ELECTION, GEO. TUTT," ESQ., Upper. ByjnoudsJst., City. ...'.. ," Sir,—We, the undersigned ratepayers and. householders of the City, of Auckland; !•> cognising thst"~tiie various schemes lor -in> provements undertaken by onr City Connfcrt will require economic and businesslike ad-- , ministration, acd "feeling sore that an infusion of new blood always tends to progressireness, have \every pleasure in requesting yon to allow yourself to "be nominated for a seat on the' Council, the election for which will take place some time in April, and- we do hereby pledge ourselves to use our utmost endeavours to secure your return. (SignedJ 'A. J. FERNANDEZ , - . W. HOOKER, 1- • "T. McNAB, J. C. iIACKT, J. W. SHACKtEFOBD. On beaalf of 500 signatories. TO MESSRS. A. J. FBRXAXi>EZ W. HOOKER, T. McNAB, J. C. MACKY, J. \T. SHACKLBFOHD, ANO THE 500 RATEPAYERS AND HOL'SEHOLDEHS SIGNING IHB REQUISITION ASKING ME Ift. ALLOW MYSELF TO BE XOMIXADED FOB A SEA.T! ATI THH FOBTHCOMING GE-NERAL iIUXI- . CIPAL ELECTION. Gentlemen, I have very much pleasure in acceding to your wlsn, and if elected will do my utmost to further tbe Interests of the City generally, and administer jts affaire oa sound business and economic principles. GBO. TCTT, Upper Symondaet. rpo THE ELECTOE3 BOROUGH OF PARJJELU ;. LADIES AND GEXTLESIEX,— I beg to announce I am a Candidate for the Office of Mayor of our Borough, ! having acceded to the request of the Coun- ' I ell to offer you my services. My 20 years" ' continuous service as a Councillor, and a j thorough knowledge of the requirements j and resources of tee Borough, wfiich I proi pose to administer with care and without I parsimony, will, I trust, appeal to you to place mc at the head of the Poll on tha 2Sth last. R. S. BRIGGS. RTAB BBAM) JIUUBZMSm Tm» am

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 9 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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