CITY COUNCIL ELECTION.
A meeting of friends and. 'supporters favourable to the candidature of Mr, P. J. Nerheny for a seat in the Oity Council at the forthcoming , election was held last night in the Oddfellows' Hall, Cooketreet. Over 300 were present. Mr, J. Trevethick was voted to the chair. Mr. A. J. Woodley was eleetefl secretary. Mr. Nerheny gave a brief address on municipal matters, wlrich was heartily applauded, and the proceedings throughout were of an enthusi' stic character. All those present formed themselves into a committee to secure Mr. Nerheny's return, and eubsequently sub-committees were formed to work in the various districts allotted to them. At a meeting of the Auckland East branch of the Liberal and Labour Federation last evening: the following were selected as the branch's candidates at the forthcoming municipal election, viz.: Messrs. B. Salmon, P. (T. Nerheny, P. M. •Mfickay, &. T. Michaele, and Geo. Tutt,
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