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WELLINGTON RACING CLUB. AUTUMN KACES. AUTUMN RACES. TRENTHAM B.ACEGOTTRSE. LAST DAT, TO-MOBBOW, SATURDAY ! .FIRST KACE STARTS AT NOON. FIRST BACE STAKTS AT NOON. leave for Racecourse at— TE ARO Depart ... 10.29 and 10.55 a.m. LAMBTON Depart ... 10.46, 10.55, 11.5 a.m., and 1.5 p.m. A. E. WHYTE, Secretary. THE EVENING- POST ' ILLUSTRATED SPOKTS EDITION WILL MAKE ITS FIRST APPEARANCE THIS SEASON TO-MOBROW EVENING. FULL ACCOUNTS OF THE DAK'S FOOTBALL, HOCKEY, AND OTHER MATCHES. RACING AT TEENTKAM AND AVONDALE. RESULTS OF GAMES IN OTHER CENTRES. FOOTBALLERS will be interested in the CARTOON to be pnblished in SATURDAY'S SPORTS EDITION. dla The whole a full and interesting review of the day's SPORTING and ATHLETIC EVENTS. PRICE ONE PENNY.

"WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. BIENNIAL ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. I HEREBY givo notice that the numbor of votes received by each Candidate for the office of Councillor for the City of Wellington is as follows: — FLETCITEIt, Robert 10,903 BARBER, William Henry Peter ... 5298 HINDMARSH, Alfred Humphrey • 8037 FITZGERaLD, John Edward .'.. 8000 M'LAREN, David 7788 COHEN, Falk .771° SHIRTCLIFFE, George .. .'.'. 7291 ATKINSON, Arthur Richmond ... 7272 .SMITH, John 7057 FULLER, John, jun 6955 GODBER, James 6378 TREVOR, James 6301 M'KENZIE. Leonard 62*7 FROST, George 6198 CAMERON, Robert Allan 6113 BENNETT, William Heury 54-83 THOMPSON. William John ... 5346 CAREY, Elijah John 4939 REARDON, Michael John 4926 SMITH, Thomas ... .' 4832 HUNT, Arthur Leigh 4766 CASTLE. John ... 4439 JORDAN, William Joseph 4227 MORaN, Stanislaus James 4080 REYLING, George Frederick ... 3968 MANDEL, Joseph 3813 HAZELL, Ivor t .. 3808 BEDFORD, Walter Scott 2800 GALLICHAN. Edwin 2683 M'INTYRE, Charles 2223 JENKINSON, John Edward ... 2185 JENSEN, Vilhelm 1801FULLFORD, Arthur Harry 1791 HORNBLOW, Andrew Reed ... 1637 BODLEY, Henry 1482 THORPE, Charles 99Q And I hereby declare — FLETCHER, Robert BARBER, William Henry Peter HINDMARSH, Alfred Humphrey FITZGERALD, John Edward M'LAREN, David COHEN Falk SHIRTCLIFFE, George ■ ATKINSON. Arthur Richmond SMITH, John I FULLER, John, iun. | GODBER. Jamea i TREVOR, Jamea ! M'KENZIE, Leonard FROST, Georgo CAMERON, Robert Allan To be duly Elected. j JAMES AMES, j Returning Officer, j Dated this 28th day of April, 1911. WELLINGTON HARBOUR BOARD. BIENNIAL ELECTION. Iv the matter of "Tho Harbour Board Act, 1908," and of "The Local Elections and Polls Act, 1908," and the Acts amending the same respectively. I HEREBY give notice that the number of votes received by each Candidate for tho office of member of the Wellington Harbour Board is as follows: — FLETCHER, Robert 12 473 FITZGERALD. John Edward ... 8219 HINDMARSH. Alfred Humphrey ... 7455 TREVOR. James ... . 6500 HILDRETH, William Thomas ... 5819 IB¥¥£t w^ m Th0 ™ ::: ::; !£! FARLAND, George Groy 1809 , AB( t J hereby declare Robert Fletcher, John Edward Fitzgerald, .Alfred Humphrey Hmdmarsh, and James Trevor to be duly elected to such office. JAMES AMES. Returning Officer. Dated this 28th day of April, 1911. -UNDER "THE SHOPS AND OFFICES ACT, 1908." THE COMBINED DISTRICT OF ■ . WELLINGTON. WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY. I HEREBY give notice that the number of votes polled for the Weekly Halfhohday for the Combined District of Wellington is as follows; — Monday 28 Tuesday 17 Wednesday 10,128 Thursday 26 Friday 16 ; Saturday 8390 ] And I hereby declare WEDNESDAY to be the statutory closing 1 day under the above Act for the said Combined' District of Wellington. JAMES AMES, Returning Officer. Dated this 28th day of April, 1911. HARBOUR BOARD ELECTION. T DESffiE to sincerely thank the Electors -■- of the Combined District who were kind enough to record their votes in my favour at the recent Election. Yours faithfully, D. J. WATSON. TO THE ELECTORS. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN who JL-i bravely supported and showed a discernment of merit iv me, receive my hearty thanks. But fleeting, youthful popularity evidently counts for more than personal fitness. You have also shown a spirit of Bri. tish fair play greatly appreciated, especially by me. Sours truly, iV. JENSEN.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Post, Volume LXXXI, Issue 99, 28 April 1911

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