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BOROUGH OF FEILDING. BIENNIAL ELECTION OF NINE COUNCILLORS. "OUBLIC notice is hereby given thai at the Biennial Election of Councillors for the Borough of Feilding ,held this day, the following was the resuli of the Poll :— Votes, BARRY, John Thomas ... 30E HARFORD, George Joseph ... 37S HEALD, Ralph 349 MURPHY, Bernard Edward ... 30C NEAL, Robert Wainhouse ••■ 266 ONGLEY, Arthur Montague ••• 344 PERRY, John Robert 272 PIRANI, Frederick 29c RICHMOND, Alfred ... ... 396 SAYWEL, George Hart -•• 311 THOMSON, Peter 335 WALKER, Alfred George ... 285 WELLS, GEORGE ... 329 WORSFOLD, Herbert Francis 287 Informal **> Alfred Richmond, George Josepi Harford, Ralph Heald, Arthur Montague Ongley, Peter Thomson, George Wells, George Hart Saywell, John Thomas Barry, Bernard Edward Murphy, having received the highest number of votes, I hereby declare them duly elected Councillors .for the Borough of Feilding for the ensuing term. ALEX. J. GEARY, Returning Officer. Feilding, April 26, 191. TO THE IimGESSES OF THE BOROUGH OF FEILDING. LADIES AND~GiNTLEMEN,— I desire to return my thanks for the confidence you have had in me bjplacing me so high in the voting, but I hope to retain your confidence by doing my best for the whole of the Borough. R, HEALD. FEILDING BOROUGH COUNCIL. THANKS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I wish to return thanks for the hearty support accorded me at yesterday's election, and to assure you that in the ensuing term of the Council I will do my best- in the interests of our town. Yours faithfully, GEO. J. HARFORD. TO THE BURGESSES OF FEILDING. T ADIES AND~GENTLEMEN,— •*-— Allow me to sincerely thank you for the honour of electing me at thfc head of the poll yesterday: I shah endeavour, as I have done during the last eight years, to study your interests to the best of my ability. Yours faithfully, A. RICHMOND. TO THE BURGESSES OF FEILDING. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN— I beg to return by sincere thankS> to those ladies and gentlemen who vo*ted for me for their continuous confidence in again electing me to guaru their interests in the Borough admini* stration. Yours truly, PETER THOMSON. Feilding, April 27, 1911. HALCOMBE TOWN BOARD. APPOINTMENT OF POUNDKEEPER. I HEREBY give notice that Mr Max EICHLER, of Halcombe, has been appointed POUNDKEEPER for th* Halcombe Township. R. K. BRADBURY, Town Clerk. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. THANKS TO VOTERS. 1%/rR GEORGE WELLS desires to thank all those electors who voted for him at yesterday's Poll for the office of Councillor. WELLINGTON HARBOUR BOARD ELECTION. To the Electors of Wellington Harbour Board District. j T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— j *-— I thank you heartily for the ; s-jlen/Jid support given me at yesterday's poll. I am, Faithfully yours, JOHN G. COBBE. NEW ZEALAND SOCIETY OF ACCOUNTANTS. EXAMINATION FOR BOOKKEEPERS. mHE SOCIETY has inaugurated an -*- Examination for Bookkeepers, and the First Examination will be held in November next. Copies of the Syllabus may be obtained from tho undersigned. ERNEST W. HUNT, Secretary. 158 Featherston Street, Wellington, April 25, 1911. FEILDING AND DISTRICT ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the above Society will be held in the Library Rooms on SATURDAY, April 29. Meeting commences at 8 p.m. W. DICKSON, Secretary. WANGANUI EDUCATION BOARD. FEILDING WOOL-CLASSING. THE Feilding Classes will commence on FRIDAY of this week, at the Technical School, at 2 p.m., when Mr W. T. Hambly, Instructor to the Board, will give a practical demonstration. All farmers and others interested are invited to attend. L. J. WATKIN, Director. COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Electors' Roll for the year 1911-1912 can be inspected at the undersigned places at all reasonable hours until 15th day of MAY, 1911:— Awahou Riding—Mr J. J. Lynoh's residence. Coal Creek Riding—Mr G. F. Smith's residence. Mangaone Riding—The Store, Raumai. Mangapikopiko Riding—Mr F. Heldt'e Store, Apiti. Pohangina Riding—Mr F. Tyer's store. Tamaki Riding—Mr B. C. Eglin ton's residence. Umutoi Riding—Mr J. Cheyne'e Store, Uutwai. Any of the above rolls can also be inspected at the County Office, Pohangina. All objections must be lodged at the Stipendiary Magistrate's Court, Palmerston North, not later than 31st of MAY, 1911. D. P. JONES, County Clerk. April 22, 1911.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Feilding Star, Volume V, Issue 1477, 27 April 1911

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Feilding Star, Volume V, Issue 1477, 27 April 1911

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