BOROUGH OK BLENHEIM. ELECTION OF MAYOR. In accordance with the provisions of " The Municipal Corporation Act, 1900," and " The Regulation of Local Elections Act, 1876," and the rospactive amendments thereof. I HEREBY give notice that the number of votes received by each candidate at this Election, held on Wednesday, the 29th day of April, 1903, was as follows : — Carr, William... ... 287 Macey, William Henry... 291 Informal ... ... 4 I therefore declare the said Macey, William Henry duly elected as Mayor of the Borough of Blenheim for the ensuing year. Dated at Blenheim this 29th day of April, 1903. D. P. SINCLAIR, Returning Officer. BOROUGH OF BLENHEIM. ELECTION OF NINE COUNCILLORS. In accordance with the provisions of " The Municipal Corporation Act, 1900," and "The Regulation of Local Elections Act, 1876," and the respective amendments thereof: I HEREBY give notice that the number of votes received by each candidate at this election, held on j Wednesday, the 29th day of April, 1903, was as follows: — Ball, Tom Jacobs ... ... 99 | Carr, William l ... 339 Cbing, William ... 377 Eckford, Thomas ... ... 325 Griffin, John Thomas 228 Homes, Lauritz ... ... 178 James, Edward ... ...262 Lees, James ... ... ... 176 Patehett, Charles, jun. ... 265 Penny, Edmund Henry ... ... 407 Priddle Robert Frederick Charles 382 Scott, James Henry ... ... 395 Shaw, Frank ... 330 Smale, Robert Henry ... ...227 White, John James^Vh-.sbury ... 262 Informal 22. The number of votes for Edward James and John James Winsbury White being equal, I give my casting rote to the said Edward James, I therefore declare the said Penny, Edmund Henry Scott, James Henry Priddle, Robert Frederick Charles Ching, William Carr, William Shaw, Frank Eckford, Thomas Patehett, Charles, jun. and James, Edward to be duly elected Councillors of the Borough of Blenheim, Dated at Blenheim this 29th day of April, 1903. D. P. SINCLAIR, Returning Officer. MAYORALTY AND MUNICIPAL ELECTION. I WISH to thank tho burgesses who accorded me such liberal support yesterday in the contests for the Mayoralty and a seat on the Council. W. CARR. TO THE BURGESSES OF BLENHEIM. X ADIES & GENTLEMEN,— -*-^ I beg to thank you for tho support accorded me yesterday in the municipal elections, and to assure you that I shall use my best endeavors for the welfare of your interests. R. F. PRIDDLE. TO THE RATEPAYERS & HOUSEHOLDERS OF BLENHEIM. X ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—! -i-^ tender you my sincere thanks for your expression of conGdeace in returning me at the head of the poll at the election of School Committee and of Borough Councillors. I shall use my best endeavors to merit a continuance of your kindly favors. Yours faithfully, B. H. PENNY. TO THE BURGESSES OF BLENHEIM. X ADIES AND GENTLEMEN:— -*•-« Allow me to return yon my most sincere thanks for doing me the honor of selecting me a3 Mayor of Blenheim for the next twelve months. I will endeavor to fulfil the position in such a way as to be worthy of the confidence you placed in me. W. H. MACEY. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. TO THE BURGESSES OF BLENHEIM. X ADIES AND GENTLEMEN:— -A-J I beg to thank you for the support you accorded me at yesterday's election, and assure you I will serve j your interests to the best of my ability. J. H. SCOTT. BOROUGH ELECTION. X ADIES AND GENTLEMEN:— -*-^ I sincerely thank yon for the support accorded me yesterday. Yours Faithfully, FRANK SHAW. A NYONE wanting a good Cow; justa few days off calving; quiet to milk; stand anywhere. Apply— MRS McKENNA, Redwoodtown. For any printing you require call at tho Mablbokougii Exwiess Office. First-class work in any stylo or color, promptly executed*
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Marlborough Express, Volume XXXVII, Issue 100, 30 April 1903
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