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(PEE3S ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS.) Birkenhead Alavoraltv.—J. G. Kay 462, H. M. Shepherd 322. Northcote Mayoralty.—H. Cadness retiring Mayor) 338, A. E. Greenslade 320. Onehunga Mayoralty.—J. Rowo v'retiring Mayor) 923, A. S. Holmes 251. Gisborne Mayoralty D. Lvsnar 1591.. J. Sheridan 12*94. Napier.—The results of the electious were not available until after the telegraph closed at midnight. HjiStings Mayoralty.—J. Garnctt 1250. T."J. Thompson 496, W. Lane 386.' Woodvillc Mavoralty.—Crawford 311. Redwood 268. " New Plymouth. —In the Borough Council elections,, the new Municipal Progressive Association ran nine candidates and secured eight seats.
Stratford .Mayoralty.—J. Masters (reelected) -j-vj, -v it. loung t)c»4.
\\ anganui.—The following counciTurs wore eiected: —.Messrs Poynier, Lifiiton, Burgess, Aluir, Spnggens, Caiver, Robinson, tlolloway, auu &purdlc. Pulmerbton North. — the following councillors were elected: —Messrs Armstrong, Nathcn, Haydon. . Mowieui, I. lausen, Stubbs, McCarthy, O'Reilly, and Beale. .Ylasterton. —The following councillors were returnc<l:—Messrs, U'Leary, l'.lliott. Ewington, Hoar, Candy, Temple, I'rcntico, . .Pragncll. and Donalu. Lower Hutt.—Mayoralty, E. P. Buni.v Sll), ii. Baldwin Mo. Wellington.—There was great interest in the polling to-day for city councillors. Harbour Bund members, and the weekly half-holiday. Ihe definite results were not known till after tho telegraph office closed. At midnight it f-.eemed likely that Robert Fletcher would head the poll both for the Council and the Harbour Board. The Labour Party ran eight candidates for tho Council.'but they appear to liave succeeded only in electing two, both of whom were in the last Council. It teems certain that Wednesday is retained for tho weekly half-holiday. Onslow Mayoralty. —F. Holdsworth 528 J- G. liarkness (retiring Mayor) 18L Eastbourne Mayoralty.—H. N. Sliortt 310. David Robertson 217. Miramar Mayoralty.—J. Brodie 517, V U. S. Meredith 324. Blenheim Mayoralty.—E. H. Penny (re-elected) 713, N. Carr 635. Nelson Mayoralty.—T. A. Field 123 i, T. Pottit (retiring Mayor) 1047. Westport Mavoralty.—J. 11. Greenwood (re-elected) 975. T. Q. O'Brien 591. All the old members of the Council who went to tho poll were returned with one exception. Grevrnouth Mayoralty. —A. C. Russell re-elected unopposed. The followI ing Councillors were elected :— Messrs T. V. Byrne. J. Greenslade, J. JackI son, Jas." Kerr, E. Perkins, E. Speedy, G. Sweetmau, John Tennant, and It. Russell. Four out of the five nominated by the Labour party were successful. „
Dunedin Mayoralty 6381, Wilson 5488. Momington Mayoralty.—Bndger reelected. , St. Kilda Mayoralty.—H. M. Ewing was returned. Invercargill Mayoralty.—Mr Ott was re-elected unopposed. There is not a <rreat deal of new blood in the new Council. The Labour party's nominees were somewhere about the bottom or the poll.
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IN OTHER PLACES., Press, Volume LXVII, Issue 14028, 27 April 1911
IN OTHER PLACES. Press, Volume LXVII, Issue 14028, 27 April 1911
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