Results in various centres throughout the Dominion are notified by Press Association messages as follows:— L Blenheim. —Mayoralty, Mr. M. Mcr Kcnzie (unopposed). Carterton.—The Mayor, Mr. W. Fisher, and the whole of the retiring council were returned. Mayoralty: W. Fisher, 400; E. MeKonzie, 313. Council: G. Ilughau, J. Udy, W. Tucker, D. L. Tavcrncr, C. E. Stevens, W. A., Hart, C. E. Jones, W. M. Sorcnson, E. Clarke. For a seat on the Wairarapa Power Board W. Howard Booth (426) defeated P. H. Blyth (287). Dargaville.—Mayoralty: Mr. F. A. Jones (sitting), 537; Mr. F. C. Gould, 341. Councillors: Messrs. B. Berry, F. J. Hosting, P. J. Sundberg, A. C. Ball, J. A. McLean (sitting), T. Brady, E. Evison, R. W. J. Cuthbert, and A. J. Pinch. The unsuccessful candidates were- Messrs. H. Old and M. Greville. Mr. Jones was returned for the Mayoralty for the fifth time in succession. The poll was a record. Dannevirke. —Borough Council: A. IST. Blakiston, E. Gibbard, C. J. Hansard, J. Tyler, W. McKinnon, S. McKab, S. W. Smith, D. T. Glover, W. Dobson. Messrs. Tyler and Blakiston are now councillors. The poll for seats on the Dannevirke Power. Board resulted in the return of S. Craven, A. H. E..GUlespic, and C. J. Hansard, all sitting members. Mr. W. McKinnon was defeated. Ekfftaliuna Borough Council.—- "D. P. Ryan, AY, Olscn, J. S. Tripe, E. M. Simmers, D.'II. Butcher, A. Boss. Tho defeated candidates were:—ll. E. Greathead, T. Knight, V. Capes. For a scat on the Tararua Power Board, W. Simpson was re-elected with a majority of 52 over D. 11. Butcher. Featherston Borough Council.—C. K. Skipage, Dr. G. S. Sharp, E. F. Watson, P. 11. Watson, J. B. Burt, W. Benton, H. Buck, H. W. Cundy, F. E. Dohnt. ' Tho defeated candidate was F. A. Austin, 187. Dr. Sharp and Mr. Burt are ne.w members. . The poll for a seat on tho Wairarapa Power Board rosultcd in the re-election of W. Benton. Folding.—The Mayor, Mr. p. E. Taylor, was returnc,d unopposed.' The whole of the "Citizens' ticket" was elected. ' Following is the new council: .Messrs. E. Fair, A. . McCorkindale j. Corpe, G. Kilvington, W. . Andrews, S. D. Pearce, A. J. Kcllow, G. Darragh, and D. Fairweathor. Mr. V. E. Smith was re-elected Feilding representative on the Palmerston North Hospital Board, polling 833 votes to Mr. P. G. Guy's 426. ,The sitting member of tho Manawntii-Oroua Power Board, Mr. P. G. Guy, <v-as re-elected, polling 724. Mr. V. *E. Smith polled 535. 1 Foxton. —The Mayor of Foxton, Mr. M. E. Perreau, was returned unopposed, and only the roquired number of nominations was • received for the borough council. The only election was for two representatives on- the Foxton Harbour Board. One of the sitting members, Mr. M. E. Perreau, lost his seat to Mi-. 11. W. B. Osborne. The voting was: H. W. B. Osbornc, 151} John Ross, 112 (both elected); E. Perreau, 86. Gisborne. —Mayoralty: Mr. John Jackson (Citizens'"candidate), 2057;- Mr. D. W. Coleman, M.P. (Labour), 2300; Mr. S. V. Beaufoy (unofficial Labour), 849. Mr. Colemau was tho former Mayor. All the old members contesting the Borough Council, Power Board, and' Hospital Board, with. ,one. or two additional ntiw men where retirements had taken place, were returned. Tho halfholiday poll resulted: —Thursday, 3193; Saturday, 2333. Gore.—Mayoralty, Mr. A. T. Newman (sitting),. 1150; Mr. W. D. Shelton, 574. Half-holiday poll: Wednesday, 1129; Saturday, 077. Greytown Borough Council.—H. J. Nightingale, S. Dennes, 11. Morgan, W. A. Tate, A. W. Horton, L. Grcatheacl, R. A. Blissett, H. Farley, B. Dc Wolfe. The defeated candidate was W. G. K. Wiggins. Greymouth.—Mayoralty: Mr. .T. W. Grecnslnde, 130-1; Mr. F. L. Tuvicy., 291. Borough'- Council: Messrs. F. A. Kilchingham, J. B. Kent, F. B. Lawn, K. J. Williams, J. S. Robertson, J.-Mu-Ginley, C. Neville, F. Boustridge, G. Perrotti. Hospital Board: Messrs. R. A. Barrowman, J. Kyle, Mrs. 'J. O'Bricn, and Mr. J. B. Kent were elected. Hastings.—The sitting Mayor, Mr. G. F. Roach, was defeated. Tho voting was: G. A. Madilison, 4247; G. F. Roach, "1388. Hawera. —The flaweva Mayoralty election .resulted: J. E. Campbell, 959; W. G. Simpson, 005. Invercargill.—Mayoralty: Mr. John Miller (sitting -Mayor) was returned with 5413 votes'. Mr. J. D. Campbell secured, 3179 .votes.' A poll to decide tho early closing day resulted in Saturday, the present half-hojiday. being retained by 5229 votes. For Wednesday 3477 votes were giver.. Kumara.—Mayoralty: Mr. H. Hamcr, 138, defeated Mr. A. B. Spiers, tho sitting Mayor, with' 101. Lsvin.—The Mayor of Levin, Mr. P. W. Goldsmith, was elected unopposed. The clocted council is:—C. S. Clarence, P. E. Parker, J). P. Todd, J. Harvey, F. G. Roe, D. R. McKcnzie, IT. Walker, D.. G. C. France, E. M. llonick. Mataura.—Mayoially: Mr. C. D. MoCouncil (sitting), 370; Mr. J. T. Giiffiths, 340. Napier.—-The fiist election for four vcais in consequence of two Commissioners being in control of Napier hinco the earthquake, evinced tremendous in-
tcrt'st. There was a record poll. Mr, U. 0. Morse, chairman of tho Citizens' Committee following the earthquake, was elected Mayor, defeating tho sitting' Mayor, Sir. J. Vigor Brown. The voting K'sultcd: —Morse, 4130; Browji, 180S, A strong citizens' ticket was elected for the council. Saturday shopping was retained. Messrs. T. Gc(i(iis, tho (■h.iirnian of the Napier Harbour Board, Higgius, and Williams, who sought a mandate to proceed with tlie construction of the breakwater in the harbour as recently recommended by Messrs. i'urkert and Holdcrness, marine' engineers, and appioved by the majority of the board, were lcturncd with over whelming majorities. Nelson.—By a lhree-to-one majority Nelson carried a proposal to establish a ifro board. Mr. 11. W. .lOUey was rc-electnd Mayor, of Richmond, and R. J. L. York was rc-olcctcd Mayor of Motueka. Mr. W. J. Moffatt was returned unopposed as Mayor of Nelson. Tho successful candidates for tho Nelson City Council wero. Messrs. Ncale, Page, Washborn, Iluggins, Watson, Gibbs, Moynagh, Russell, and Black. Hospital Board, city members: Messrs." Dagger, Fitzgerald, and Mrs. Watson. Harbour Board: Messrs. Gould, Ledger, Harloy, and Wildman. Richmond Borough Council: Messrs. Tuffnell, Polglaze, Palmer, Poole, HaycoeM, and McGlashen. New Plymouth.—Mr. E. R, C. Gilmour defeated tho sitting Mayor, Mr. IT.'V. S. Griffiths, by' 2839' votes to 2088. Otaki.—The Mayor of Otaki, Mr. C. F. Atmorc, retained office by the' narrow margin of one vote. The vot?ng was: C. F. Atmore, 488; T. O'Rourko, 487. Council: D. ' Richards, L. Lowry, ,11. Cockrell, 11. Edhouse, 1). Milne, J. McGil!. Picton.—Mr. G. J. Riddell defeated the sitting Mayor, Mr. J. L. Jones. Timaru.—The Mayoralty election resulted in tho return of Mr. T. W. Sattcrthwaite; tho sitting Mayor, with 2933 votes. Mr. W. Angland secured 2121 votes, and Mr. A. Kennedy 768. Tauranga Mayoral Election. —Mr. A. F. Tunlw, 747, defeated the sitting Mayor,-. Mr. B. C. Bobbins, 463. Tho Wednesday half-holiday was retained, the voting being; Wednesday CBS, Saturday 507. Tho nine- councillors were returned' without an election. \Two borough representatives elected for the Hospital Board -were Messrs.- A. F. Tnnks and C. Clinkard. Mr. D. A. Ivory lost his seat. ' Waimate.—Mr. George Dash, who has served ten years on the borough, a local Tecord, was returned unopposed for tho Mayoralty. Waipukurau.—Tho municipal elections resulted: —Mayor, Mr. I. W. N. Maekio (elected, unopposed). Borough Council of six: Messrs. J. McCarthy, If. A. Martin, E. W. Carpenter, G. Granger, J. L. Braitlnvaite, and T. Staines. There were eight candidates^ Borough .member on the Central Hawke 's Bay Power Board: Mr. A. C. Holms (re-elected). There were two contestants. Borough member on Waipawa Hospital Board: Mr. G. G. Atkins (re-elected unopposed). Borough member on the Napier Harbour Board: Mr. B.'McLean, the | retiring Mayor, was elected unopposed, j Half-holiday poll: Wednesday, 518; Sat- j urday, 419. Wairoa. —The sitting Mayor of Wairoa, Mb. H. L. Harker, defeated Mr. J. | Corkill by 810 votes to 386. j Mr. Ilarkcr is the only Mayor in the, four municipalities affected by the, disastrous earthquake to bo returned i at yesterday's poll, whicli was a record for this borough. . j ,- Wanganui.—Tho sitting Mayor, Mr. N. G. Armstrong (4814), defeated Mr.1 J. T. Hogan (3888). "Westport.—Mayoralty: ■ Mr. John' Kilkenny, 482; Mr. John Menzies, 450; Mr. George Scandrett, 297; Mr. Cliff Thomas, 234. The new Mayor, Mr. Kilkenny, has not previously held public' office, but is recognised as a keen business man. Woodville.—The Mayor, Mr. J. Elder (293), defeated Mr. H. Galbraith. (284). The sitting member on the Dannevjrko Power Board, Mr. H. P. Home, defeated Mr. O. Forbes. Borough Council: J. Sullivan, A. Olsson, F. B. Mackic,' F. Shearman, J. A. Phoelan, D. Me-! Gregor, C. Forbes, A. M. Pickering, K. Better.
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