Electoral. •2§S§II ELECTORAL DISTRICT. Election of One Qualified Person, to servo as Member of the House of Representatives, for the abovenametl District. Result of Poll taken on the 6th. Day of December, 1899 EDWIN FORD 1259 RICHARD MONK 1713 CHARLES NEWMAN 366 Majority for Men!; 454 I therefore declare RICHARD MONK dulyelected. J. MORRISON KINO. Returning Officer. Council Chambers, Warlsworth, This 9th Day of December, 1899. rpilE RETURNING OFFICER FOR PARS ELL particularly desires Deputy Officers, Poll Clerks, and others baling Claims against this Electorate to call at 118, Victoria Arcade, TODAY from 10.30 to 12.30, and on WEDNESDAY at the same hour, with their Accounts, to receive Vouchers for same, 3. GILMOItE, R. 0., Parnell. rpO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF AUCKLAND. j Ladies and gentlemen,— I beg to tender my most sincere Thanks to those who voted for me, and also to those who worked so well and faithfully in the hope of securing my return, and trust that they will favour me with their support at the Next Election, when I shall again solicit the suffrages of the Electors. Yours gratefully, FREDK. E. BAUME. I T I ELECTION. To the 2453 Citizens who, on Wednesday last, recorded their votes, and to the many who voluntarily worked for me, and to those who furnished the fund, I return my heartfelt Thanks That, at only 14 days' notice, without any committee, and without any work or expenditure on my part, so much was accomplished is an event of which I think I may be justly proud, and for which I feel deeply grateful. I look upon it as a recognition of ray public work, in which it will encourage me to persevere. Faithfully yours, SAMUEL VAILE. jyj R. NAP I E R'S ELECTION. TO MY COMMITTEES AND WORKERS. Ladies and gentlemen,— I beg you will accept my warmest thanks for your splendid exertions in my cause, and which, coupled with tho favour ! of tho people, achieved so triumphant a re--1 sult. I am indeed very deeply grateful for the loyal and unselfish efforts you made, and regret the fatigue you suffered, especially on the Election Day Hoping to seo you all at an early dato to personally thank you. I am, Yam's sincerely, W. J. NAPIER. Devonport, December 7, 1899. IJIO THE PARNELL ELECTORS. MR. F. LAWRY tenders liis hearty Thanks l to those who so nobly worked, and also to ; thoso who voted, to secure tho recent great ; electoral victory in the Parnell Electorate. F. LAWRY. | Ellcrslie, December 8, 1899. j "yy AITEMATA ELECTORS. Ladies and gentlemen,— I beg to thank you most heartily for the honour of being again elected your Representative in Parliament. All kind friends and supporters, who worked so energetically for tho abovo result, will please accept my sincerest thanks, Yours faithfully, RICHARD MONK. JJLECTORS OF FRANKLIN. Ladies and gentlemen,— I thank yon most heartily for your renewal of confidence, and tho honour yon have done mo in again returning me as your Parliamentary Representative. I need hardly assure you that no effort will be wanting on my part to promote tho interests of my Constituents and tho welfare of the colony, I am, Yours sincerely, W. F. MASSEY. Mangere, December 8, 1899, »pO THE ELECTORS OF FRANKLIN. Ladies and gentlemen,I take this opportunity of thanking all the Liberal Friends who worked so hard and disinterestedly on my behalf during the late Electira Contest, and who recorded their votes in my favour. Had I entered upon the campaign a few weeks earlier, I am persuaded that the Franklin Seat would have been secured to tho Great Liberal Party, a result which must inevitably be achieved at the next General Elections. I havo also to apologise to the friends at tho 27 Polling Places, which 'I found it impossible to visit, having only 12 working days in which to get over the Electorate, and to thank them most heartily for the confidence they showed in the Liberal Administration, by voting for a Candidate whom many of them had never even seen. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, W. FINLAY WILSON. " Tlio Gunyali," Onehunga, December 8, 1899. £JITY ELECTION. I beg to thank tho Electors who recorded their Votes in my favour, and the Friends who in numerous ways gave their assistance freely and generously. No doubt the time will come when the peoplo will recognise the importance of electoral reform, and the necessity of resisting the encroachment of the party system on the liberties of tho people. Possibly temperance electors will ere long realise the necessity for our Licensing Laws being in lino with the temperance sentiment of the colony. Yours Respectfully, ROBERT FRENCH. ELECTORAL. ARCH HILL,. Any Persons in the above Electoral District, whether City or Eden Portion, having been deprived of their Votes on WEDNESDAY LAST, please call or send full particulars of their grievance to the Offioe of the Archhill Road Board, Great North Road, from 2 to 5 o'clock THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, with a view to see who is to blame. J. JENKIN, GEORGE J. GARLAND, Archhill. rpoP LINE VOTERS ARE HEARTILY THANKED. & The distinct advance over the 1896 vote, notwithstanding the flood of liquor lies, circulated through the Press, etc., is full of encouragement for the future. Public attention is called to the advertisement re electoral matters. The Usual Meetings • TO-MORROW—Grey-street, at 3 o'clock; Krebell, 7 o'clock.
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