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welung!ton7city~6ounciE biennial election of mayor. i; hereby give* nowise that JOHN PEARCE LUKE was, on the 14th day of April, 1917, at the Town Hall, duly nominated as a candidate for the office of Mayor for the City of Wellington; and that as the number of Candidates nominated for euch. office did not exceed thft number of vacancies to be filled, I did on the day appointed, and at the place aforesaid, publicly declare, and 'do hereby publicly notify the said JOHN PEARCE LUKE to be duly elected to^such office. Dated this 14th day of April, 1917. . JAMES AMES, _^ Returning Officer. WELLINGTON CITY • COUNCIL. BIENNIAL ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that the following twenty-nine, persons have been duly hoxriihated as Candidates for the City-of Wellington: —; ATKINSON, Arthur Richmond BARBER, William Henry Peter BENNETT, William Henry BUSH, Thomas CASTLE, John CHAPMAN, Charles Henry CHILMAN, Charles William FITZGERALD, John/Edward FROST, George , GLOVER, John * GODBER, James HILDRETH, William Thomas HOLLAND, Henry Edward , HUTCHISON, John JENKINSON, John Edward KENNEDY, Edward LUCKIE, Martin Maxwell Fleming M'KENZIE, James M'KENZIE, Len M'PARLAND, Francis Eugene NORWOOD, Charles John Boyd PERRY, Edward READ, John= * SHORLAND, John Olive , frWAN, John Sidney THOMPSON, William John VEITCH, Alexander WILES, William ■■■ ■ WRIGHT, Robert Alexander As there are only FIFTEEN Vacancies to be filled, I HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE that a Poll will be taken as between the said Candidates on WEDNESDAY, the 25th Day of APRIL, 1917, at the following polling-places: — Alexandra Hall, Abel Smith-street Victoria .Hall, Adelaide-road Masonic Hall, Adelaide-road Methodist Mission Hall, Aro-street Bethune's Auction Mart, Brandon-street Baptist "■ Church Schoolroom, Ohiro-road, Brooklyn Anglican Churebrootn,; Washington-ave-nue, Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Customhouse-quay St. Mark's Church Schoolroom, Dufferin-; street St. Peter's Church Schoolroom, Ghuzneestreet Methodist Church' Hall, Waitoa-road, Hataitai '"~ s* St. Hilda's Hall, Island Bay Tea Kiosk, Kelburn Presbyterian Church Room, Rarea-road, New Century Hall, Kent-terrace All Saints' Church Club-room. Hamiltonroad, Kilbirnie Church Room, Tainui-terrace, Maranui. Rechabite Hall, Manners-street Church Room, 'NorthJan3 Harcourt's Auction Mart, Panama-street Newtown Library, RJddiford-etrect St. Thomas's Hall,, Riddiford-street Schoolroom, Roseneath Gymnasium, Sydney-street St. Peter's Mission Hall, TaranakUtreet Kearney's Tea-rooms, Tinakori-road St. Paul's "Churoh-room, Tinakori-road Club' Room, Wadestown Ladies' Waitinsr-room, Queen's Wharf Town Hall, Cuba-street Polling Hours, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. JAMES AME9, Returning Officer. Dated the 14th' day of April, 1917. HOSPITAL AND CHARITABLE AIE BOARD, BIENNIAITiLECTIONj I HEREBY give notice that the following Twenty-six Persons have been duly nominated as Candidates for tho Office of Member of the Wellington Hospital and "Charitable Aid Board : — AITKEN, Jessie BECK, Sarah BURN, Benjamin George Henry CAMPBELL, Duncan CASTLE, Frederick CLEGHORN, Helen, COOK, Mary EAGLE, Thomas Alfred ELLIOTT, James Kennedy HAZLBWOOD, Beatrice LUKE, Charles Manley MACDONALD, Flora ' MADDISON, Walter ' ' MIEDEMA, Mary M'KENZIE, James M'LAREN, Alberta Dungey ' M'LEAN, Flora M'VICAR, Annis NASH, George NEILL, Grace PETHERICK, George-Jennings READ, John SMITH, John SNOW, Sarah Ellen Olive THOMPSON, William.John. VAN STAVSREN, Herman. As there are only FOURTEEN Vacan cies to be filled, I HEREBY ALSO GIVE NOTICE that a Poll will be taken as be 1 tween the said Candidates on WEDNESDAY, the 25th Day of APRIL, 1917, »l tha following polling-places: — Alexandra Hall, Abel Smith-street Victoria Hall, Adelaido-road Masonic Hall, Adelaide-road Methodist Mission Hall, Aro-street Bethune's Auction Mart, Brandon-street Baptist Church .Schoolroom, Ohiro-road, Brooklyn , - ! Anglican Churohroom, Washington-ave-nue, Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Customhouse-quaj St. Mark's Church Schoolroom, Duffermstreet ' . ' '. St. Peter's ChurcE Schoolroom, Ghuzneestreet - ' Methodist Church Hall, Waita^road, Haiaitai ..: . St. Hilda* Hall, Island Bay Tea Kiosk, Kejbnm/.. , Presbyterian Church. Room, Raroa-road, Kelburn • New Century Hall, Kent-terrace All Saints' Church Club-room, Hamilton' road, Kilbirnie Church Room, Tainui-terraoe, Maranui Rechabite Hall, Manner*etreet Church Room, Northland . Harcourt's Auction Mart, Panama-street Newtown Library, Riddiford-street St. Thomas's Hall, Riddiford-street Schoolroom, Roseneath ■ Gymnasium, Sydney-street. ■ St. Peter's Mission Hall, Taranaki-streel Kearney's Tea-rooms, Tinakori-road ' St. Paul's Church-room, Tinakori-roa3 Club Room, Wadestown Ladies' Waiting-room, Queen's Wharf Town Hall, Cuba-street M'Farlane's Shop, Seatajas Cottage, Awa-road, Worser Bay Fire Station, Park-road, Miramar Borough Council Office, Miramar Karori Borough Council Chambers, Karon Russell's Refreshment-Rooms, Main-road, Karori ' • ■ • Polling Hours: 9 a.m., to <7 p.m. JAMES AMES, Returning Officer. Dated the 14th day of April, 1917. makara county council, clostngTof road.OWING to subsidence at Bridge at head of Ngahauranga Gorge-road, near Johnsonville, the road is now IMPASSABLE TO ALL TRAFFIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Traffio may pass through Nowlands and Khandallah. WILFRED L. BEECH, County Clerk. 11th April. 1917. GREATER WELLINGTON TOWN PLANNING ' AND MUNICIPAL ELECTORS' ASSOCIATION. UNDER the auspices of the above Associarion, Messrs. Wright, Norwood, Swan, and Shoriaad, candidates for the Oity Council, will address the Electors at

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 8, Evening Post, Volume XCIII, Issue 89, 14 April 1917

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