WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. ANNUAL ELECTION OF MAYOR. I HEREBY give notice that the number of votes reoeived by each Candidate for the office of Mayor for the City of Wellington is as follows: — Newman, Alfred Kingcome 4523 I Wilford. Thonias Mason ... 4240 Fisher, Francis Marion Bates 3208 Rigg, John 824 Bolton, Frederick George ... 616 And I hereby declaro Alfred Kingcome Newman to be duly elected to such office. JAMES AMES, Returning Officer for the City of Wellington. Dated this 29th day of April, 1909. WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. BIENNIAL ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. I HEREBY give notice that the number of votes received by each candidate for the office of Councillor for the City of Wellington is as follows: — Luke, John Pearce ... .„ 8074 Fletcher, Robert 7256 Ballinger, Thonias 7218 M'Laren, David 6770 Atkinson, Arthur Richmond ... 6533 Cohen, Falk 6446 Shirtcliffe, George 6420 Morrah Walter Hope 6330 Smith, John 6320 Carmichael, Thomas 6062 Devine, James Joseph 5796 Hindmarsh, Alfred Humphrey... 6aoY Trevor, James 5157 Fitzgerald, John Edward ... 5154 Frost, George 4521 Dykes. James 3969 Seaton, Herbert Hazel ... ... 3913 Hume, Arthur 3897 M'Kenzie, Leonard 3894 Bennett, William Henry ... 3876 Fullford, Arthur Harry ... 3196 Casey, Albert Henry 3097 Chapman, Charles Henry _. 2860 lligginbottom. Wilfrid 2595 Cooper, Albert Hunter ... 2448 Hampton, William Henry .. 2439 Aston, John 2422 Reardon, Michael John 2160 M'Kenzie Robert 2140 Carey, Elizah John 2102 Noot: William Charles 1524 Monaghan, Charl&s ... ... 1482 Jensen, Vilhehn 1298 And I hereby declare Luke, John Pearce Fletcher, Robert Ballinger, Thomas M'Laren. David Atkinson, Arthur Richmond Cohn, Falk Shirtcliffe, George Morrah, Walter Hope Smith, John Carmichael, Thomas Devine, James Joseph Hindmarsh, Alfred Humphrey Trevor. James Fitzgerald, John Edward Frost, George To be duly elected to such office. JAMES AMES, Returning Officer for the City of Wellington. Dated this 29th day of April, 1909. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF MIRAMAR. J ADIES and GENTLEMEN,— AIIow •*-^ me to thank you for the honour you have once more conferred upon me by returning me as one of the Borough Councillors. My best wishe3 will be for the advancement of Miramar, and I will leave no stone unturned to promote and guard your interests. I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, JOHN BRODIE. WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. PERFORMANCE BY THE GARRISON BAND. (Under the Conductorship of Bandmaster Lieutenant T. Herd.) fTVHE Garrison Band will give a Perform1 anee at the BASIN RESERVE TONIGHT (THURSDAY), i\e 29th inst., at 8 p.m. JNO. R. PALMER, Town Clerk. 29th April, 1909. ST. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. INTENDING Students are reminded that the Women's Class in "First-aid" will begin TO-MORROW (Friday) EVENING, in my Offices, Johnston-street. Dr. Elizabeth Gunn will conduct the clasres. Ladies are requested to attend at 7.30 o'clock. J. D. AVERY, Secretary of Centre. WELLINGTON LAND BOARD ELECTION. TO ALL CROWN TENANTS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Having been nominated for the vacancy on the Land Board, I take this opportunitly of offering my services. As lam unknown to many of you personally, I may state that a portion of my life was spent farming in the backblocks some thirty years ago. I therefore know of all the disadvantages under -which Crown Tenants and others have to work, and they will have my 6upport and sympathy at all times, to encourage and assist thorn in any way necessary. Also to extend all available power which leads to sound sound administration of our land laws, and to faithfully 6erve your interests. My long experience in local government (having been a member of the Hutfc County Council for eleven years, as well as on Town Boards, etc., also a member of the Assessment Court ior several local bodies) should help considerably to qualify me for such a position for which I now solicit your vote and interest. Having got my living from the land by farming for the last forty years, I have a thorough practical knowledge, and I venture to say few have had the same experience. Should you do me the great honour which I ask to elect me as your representative, I have ample time at my disposal to watch -and further your interests, which will at all times be my first consideration. As it is practically impossible for me to visit you all personally.l take this means of introducing iny&elf, and trust you will favour me with a fair amount of support, and record your vote in my favour on the 31st of May. Thanking you in anticipation. I am, Yours faithfully, ROBERT BOULD. Johnsonville, 28th April, 1909.
FUNERAL NOTICE. fTHHE Friends of the lato Mrs. Isabella A Olive Ward aro respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave her late residence, 17, Park-street, on Friday, 30th April. 1909, at 2.15 p.m., for tho Basilica, Hill-street, thenco to Karori Cemetery. E. MORRIS, Jun., Undertaker and Embalmer, 60, Taranaki-street. Telephone 937 (daj and night). 11.A.C.8. SOCIETY. ST. PATRICK'S BRANCH. No. 95. rTYHE Members of the above Society are -I- respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of tho_ late wife of Bro. J. J, Ward, which will leave the residence, No. 17, Park-street, on Friday next, the 30th April, at 2.15 p.m., for the Sacred Heart Basilica. Hill-street, and thence to the Cemetery, Karori.
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