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Roslyn.- -The following candidates were nominated yesterday to represent Sunnyside Ward in the Roslyn Borough Council:— Frederick W. Eason and George Brown Lindsay, West Harbor, —Frederick Nimrod was elected unopposed for St. Leonards Ward. Caversham. —Mr David Stevenson, proposed by Mr Arthur Somers Griffiths and seconded by Mr James Wilkinson, was elected unopposed for South Ward. Maori Hill.— For West Ward the following candidates were to-day nominated : —Mr Carson Alexander, proposed by Mr James Murphy and seconded by Mr Michael Dwyer ; Mr William B, Harlow, proposed by Mr James S. Wilson and seconded by Mr Thomas Moodie; and Mr Watson Egberts, proposed by Mr William Watson and seconded by Mr Samuel Scott. West Harbor.—For Sawyers Bay Ward Mr Augustus W. Maurais was re-elected unopposed.

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS., Issue 8003, 4 September 1889

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Issue 8003, 4 September 1889

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