WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. WELLINGTON WARD. I HEREBY give notice that the number of votes received by each candidate for the office of Councillor foi the Wellington Ward is as follows — Winder, George . . ... 28b3 Berber, William Henry Peter 2831 Luke, John Pearce . . 2825 Evans, William Albeit 2745 Smith, John, jun. . .. 2077 Murdoch, Matthew 2610 Devine, James Joseph .. 2609 Nathan, David Joseph . 2568 Wiltshire, George ... 2563 Izard, Charles Hay \\ ard 2118 McLaren, David ... 2108 Godber, James . 1953 Rand. Alexander John 1860 To! hurst, Robert MolesA\oith 1665 Anderson, George 1417 Davenport, Robert Henry 1268 Bayhs, George 1 Henry Biett 1015 Hampton Y/ilham Henry 990 Worth, William Alfred ... 905 Orr, Allan . 799 Grant, William ... . 756 Orr. Thomas . ... . 609 Jensen, Vilhelm .. 421 And I hereby declaie George Winder William Henry Peter Barber John Pearce Luke William Albert Evans John Smith, jun. Matthew Murdoch James Joseph Devine David Joseph Nathan George Wiltshne Charles Haywaid Izard David McLaien, and James Godbei to be duly elected to such office JAMES AMES. Returning Officer Wellington Ward. Dated this 30th day of April, 1903. WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. MELROSE WARD.
TO THE ELECTORS OF WELLINGTON WARD. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN— I desire to -^~^ expiess my thanks to you foi a lenewed expiession of youi confidence, and to assure you that I shall endeavour to serve you in such a mannei as to ment a continuance of youi appioval. Sinceiely youis, JAMES GODBER.
ONSLOW BOROUGH COUNCIL. ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. I HEREBY ghe notice that the numbers of Votes leceived by each Candidate for the office of Councillor for the South and East Waids respectively is as follows — SOUTH WARD: ALEXANDER NEELY 179 DAVID BARR 145 GEORGE NASH 140 ERNEST J C WIFFIN .. ..120 ARTHUR R. ATKINSON .. ..112 JOHN HUTCHISON 61 EAST WARD. BIRGER J. L LYNNEBERG . . . . 77 PATRICK CAVANAGH . . . . 76 ROBERT E. FLAWS 73 DONALD D. CAMERON .. .. 63 JOHN HOLMES 56 And I therefoie declare Alexandei Neely, David Ban, and Geoige Nash to be duly elected Councillois foi the South Waid ; and Bnger J. L. Lynnebeig, Patrick Cavauagh, and Robert E. Flaws to be duly elected Councillois for the East Waidof the Boiough of Onslow. S. C. G. VICKERS, Returning Officer. Onslow Boiough Council Office, Apul 30th, 1903. WELLINGTON FIRE UNDERWRITERS' ASSOCIATION. RULES FOR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS.
I HEREBY give notice that the number of votes received by each candidate for the i office of Councillor for the Melrose Ward is as follows — Jorgensen, Albert Geoige 450 Frost, George . . ... . . 357 Keene, Richard ... . 330 Fullford, Arthur Harry ... 315 Reid, James .. .. . 313 Brown, John 289 Crump, Colin Campbell .. 216 Morrah, Walter Hope . 209 Branigan, William John ... 138 And I hereby declare Albert George Jorgensen George Frost, and Richard Keene to be duly elected to such office. HENRY A. W. McKENZIE, Substitute Returning Officer, Melrose Ward Dated this 30th day of April, 1903. TO THE ELECTORS OF MELROSE WARD. I WISH to return thanks to the 315 electois who, at the poll yesteiday, voted foi me, and to especially thank those who woiked so hard on my behalf ARTHUR HARRY FULLFORD. 30th Apul, 1903.
IV T OTICE is hereby given that the 1\ PHOENIX FIRE OFFICE RULES (latest edition) far Electric Light Installations, and for Electrical Power. Cooking and Heating Installations have been adopted by the above Association. Wiring Contractors, Owners, etc., are requested to accept this intimation, and to notify the Association's Electrical Inspector of all proposed installations, so that the work may be examined while in progress. The Association's Inspector will examine and test installations in the City and Suburbs and issue Certificates FREE OF CHARGE. Electrical Inspector — Mr. W. H. WARE. Assistant Inspector— Mr. F. C. TURNBULL. By older. H. M. LYON Secretary. 22nd April 1903. NOTE.— The Inspectors will be at the Association Rooms, Government Insurance Buildings, Customhouse Quay, every mornin" from 8.30 to 9.30 o'clock. "Brandy and soda is all very well To duve a bad headache away, But it won't cure a cough, as many can tell, Who have tried the right stuff and can say ; The only thing they have found use When colds they have had to endure, Is that which soon sends such ills to the deuce, Some Woods' Great Peppermint Core.
CITY COUNCIL ELECTION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN— I submitted myself absolutely to your suffrages, and you most kindly showed renewed confidence in me, for which I sincerely thank you lam extremely grateful to the many friends who unsolicited athocated my re-election. J. J. DEVINE.
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