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[FBOM OUR OWX CORRKSrON'PKNT. J \VKLLINGTO.N, *ki-tkm bvm _'.:. A number of the Otago mi'moiTS including some of the City representatives, intend requesting Mr James Allen to allow himself to be placed in nomination foi the City mayoralty. They feel that, in view of the Exhibition period, our Chief Magistrate ought to be in a position to properly receive and entertain any representatives of royalty who might visit Dunedin, This action hai been taken at the suggestion of a number of citizens of Duuedin.

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THE CITY MAYORALTY., Issue 8001, 2 September 1889

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THE CITY MAYORALTY. Issue 8001, 2 September 1889

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