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WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. In the matter of "The Municipal Corporations Act, 1900," and of "The Regulation, of Local Elections Act, 1876." I HEREBY give notice thati the number of votes received by each candidate for the office of Mayor for the City of Wellington is as follows — Aitken, John Guthrie Wood 5801 Wilford, Thomas 2732 And I hereby declare John Guthrie Wood Aitken to be duly elected to such office. JAMES AMES, Returning Officer for the City of Wellington. 2oth April, 1901.

WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. In the matter of "The Municipal CoiS orations Act, 1900," and of "The regulation of Local Elections Act, 1876." I HEREBY give notice that the number of votes received by each candidate for the office of Councillor for the City of Wellington, is as follows — Nathan, David J. . . . 5847 Luke, John Pearce . 5316 Barber, William Henry Peter 5170 Evans, William Albert 5074 Winder, George ... ... 5056 Murdoch, Matthew .. 4424 Smith, John, jun. ... . 4315 Devine, James Joseph . 4127 Izard, Charles Hay ward ... 3908 Godber, James 3744 Tolhurst, Robert Molesworth 3640 McLaren, David 3210 McKenzie, Robert 3035 Townsend, Frederic ... 2955 Anderson, George ... . 2755 Orr, Allan 2699 Coffey, Paul . ... 2491 Davenport, Robert Henry .. 2236 Bolton, Frederick George . 2189 Fielder, Henry 2084 Carrigan, Edmond ... . 2033 Hindmarsh, Alfred Humphrey 2028 Rand, Alexander John ... 1464 Wilson, Alexander 1299 And I hereby declare David J. Nathan, John Pearce Luke, William Henry Peter Barber, William Albert Evans, George Winder, Matthew Murdoch, John Smith, junr., James Joseph Devine, Charles Hayward Izard, James Godber, Robert Molesworth Tolhurst, and David McLaren, To be duly Elected to such office. JAMES AMES, Returning Officer for the City of Wellington. Dated this 25th day of April, 1901.

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. f^ ITIZENS— KJ I thank you most heartily for your renewed confidence. C. H. IZARD.

WELLINGTON ASSOCIATION OF SPIRITUALISTS (Registered). NEW CENTURY HALL, Kent Terrace. FAREWELL LECTURES. FAREWELL LECTURES. SUNDAY, 28th inst. At 7 o'clock sharp. MRS. ADA FOYE, Inspirational and Tc&t Medium, will Lecture, give Tests and Messages from Spirit Friends. NOTE. — For the convenience of country visitors and others a few front seats may be reserved at Messrs. Volkmann and Tucker's, Cuba-street. Admission by Ticket only. Tickets may be procured at Messrs. Volkmann and Tucker's, Jewellers, Cuba-street, or at 10, Lambton Quay. SPECIAL NOTE. —No admission after 7 o'clock.

MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. THIRTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT, Adopted at General Meeting Monday, 22nd April, 1901. NEW POLICIES ISSUED - £823,288 RENEWAL PREMIUMS - £180/i54 (an increase of nearly £10,000 over 1899.) INTEREST REVENUE - £62,242 TOTAL INCOME - - £244,076 ACCUMULATED FUNDS - £1,43/,612 C. A. RICHARDSON, Secretary THOMAS KERK, District Secretary. Head Office for New Zealand : FEATHERSTON AND BRANDON STREETS, WELLINGTON.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2, Free Lance, Volume I, Issue 43, 27 April 1901

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