CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION'S SUCCESS. CHMSTCHURCH, 29th April." In the Mayoral election, Mr. H. Holland, the retiring Mayor, polled 7140 votes, and Mr. R. M. Spiers 3840. St. Albans Council.— A. S. Taylor, 1798; A. S. Williams, 1391; J. Beanland, 1409; D. Sullivan, 826; — . Hassail, 524; — . Eckroyd, 423; — . Kay, 472; — . Blank, 270; — . Gulliver, 262; — . Hoppy, 239. The first three were elected. Central Ward Vacancy.— J. Reynolds, 1294; Dr. Thacker, 1032; J. Thorn, 780; E. Smith, 305. The Citizens' Association ticket was elected in all cases. The loan poll for £5000 for suburban libraries was defeated by 2610 votes to 2084. All the Social Democratic candidates were defeated. AUCKLAND SUBURBS. AUCKLAND, 28th April. The suburban Mayoral elections re* suited as follows :—: — Mount Eden. — Nicolson (sitting Mayor), 1938; Davis, 945. Mount Albert. — Murdoch M'Lean, 1605; M. J. Coyle (sitting Mayor), 1065. Takapuna.— W. Blomfield, 638; A. R. Raynes, 296. DUNEDIN AND BOROUGHS. DUNEDIN, 29th April. The Mayoral election for Dunedin City resulted as follows : — J. B. Shacklock, 5611 ; Councillor Marlow, 3044 ; W. Belcher, 1281 ; Councillor Green, 1108. Mornington. — Councillor ' Bolt, 568 ; H. A. Le Cren, 409. Maori Hill.— Councillor Clarke, 382 j G. Butler, retiring Mayor, 337. The Mayoral election at Port Chalmers resulted as follows : — T. Scollay, 369 votes ; D. M. Mawgon (retiring Mayor), 347; Joseph Powell, 104. Gore. — Mayoral poll : Councillor M'Farlane, 661 ; M'Dougall (retiring Mayor), 546. InvercargHl. — Duncan Macfarlane (retiring Mayor), 2408; Councillor Ott, 1716. NELSON DISTRICT. NELSON, 29th April. The city Mayoral election resulted :—: — W. Lock (retiring Mayor). 1050; "\\ . W. Snodgrase, 1047. The result is indefinite in view of the recount to- morrow. A poll was also taken through the harbour district on the proposal to borrow £35,000 to carry out an improvement scheme. With several booths to come, there is a majority of 173 for the proposal. A three-fifths majority is required. Mr. G. E. Chisnall was elected Mayor of Richmond, receiving 180 \otes to Mi\ James Hunter's 171. -'At Motueka Mr. E. P. G. Moffatt was elected Mayor by 158 votes, as against 89 polled for Mr. X, Fry. Wanganui. — Mr. N. G. Armstrong was to-day elected a member of tho Borough Council. Palmerston North. — Mr. J. A. Nabh wns re-elected with 1282 votes, Mr. R. Edwards polling 376. This i s the seventh year Mr. Nash has been elected Mayor. Ilawera. — The Mayoral election resulted : — II. K. Whittington (doputyMityor), 431; E. Dixou, 381. Hastings. — W. Hart, the sitting Mayor, jpolkxl 1505, and B. C. M'Cormick 1041. Pahiatua. — Crewe defeated \ v ilson by 352 votes to 188. Miirton.— - J. li. Miles was elected Mayor unopposed. .]. F. Sicely was re turned to fill the extraordinary uuancy on the Borough Council, i Tauranga.— The Mayoral election resulted :— B. C. Bobbins, 322 ; C. IS. MacLmillan, 223,, s
West poi't.— Fairly keen interest was taken to-day in the election of a Mityor and of one councillor. For the Mayor the \oting was: A. Leaver (re-elected), 938 ; T. Ci. O'Brien (Social Democrat), 530; majority for Leaver, 408. For the seat on the council there were four candidates, W. H. HOlyar being elected wrlh 708 votes. D. Moloney (Social Democrat) was next with 398 votes. Greymouth.-— 'Perkins (retiring Mayor), lOot; Tennoiit, 1008. Bmnnor.— l^anklin (retiring Mayor), i 170; Heslin, 127. Blenheim. — For the Mayoralty. J. J. C'orry. ex-Mayor, was elected by 119 \-otes over E. S. Parker, the sitting Mayor. Gusborne.-— -After a- strenuous contest, W. G. Slierratt defeated Dr. ,1. Clive Collins by a majority of 10 \otcs. The figures were: — SherraU. 1116; Collins, 1106. Cartel-ton.— -The polling for the Mayoralty was:— -M. D. Horncby, 40S: F. Feist. 177; informal, 3. Tinmru. — -Great interest was taken in the election of Mayor, th-e candidates being t-ho present Mayor (W. Atigland, one year's service) and Coujiciii >r l-'. 1!. CJ airiness. There are about 6000 names on tho roil, and tborf- was a fuller polL than usual. The result was : — An gland, 1559 votes ; Guinness 2879. For the vacancies on the council Councillor Grecu and Messrs. MuTphy and Currie were elected. The only contested seat in the Harbour elections wa6 tlwj Temuka representation. O. W. Arrnitage. tho sitting member, was re-elected, 447 votes to 392. New Plymouth. — J. E. \Vil«on was elected Mayor to-day by a majority of 91 over Mt. G. W. B-rowne. Waihi. — The election resulted in. the sitting Mayor being returned. The voting was.— M. G. Power, 1041 j D. G. Saundere, 818.
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RESULTS ELSEWHERE, Evening Post, Volume LXXXVII, Issue 101, 30 April 1914
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