BOROUGH OF INVER CARGILL.; ELECTION OF MAYOR. LADIES 'AND GENTLEMEN,— COMPLYING with the request of a considerable number of Citizens I respectfully inform you that I will be a candidate for re-election to the office of Mayor. The. poll will be taken on Wednesday, 24th April. If elected, I promise in return my very best services in the performance of the duties of the office. Yours faithfully, W. B. SCANDRETT. 23rd March, 1907. - MAYORAL ELECTION^ TO THE RATEPAYERS, INVERCARGILL BOROUGH. Ladies <&i gentlemen,—At the request of a large number of the ratepayers I have decided to become a candidate for the office of Mayor at the next election in April. I am, obediently yours, JOHN STEAD. March 22, 1907. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE SOUTH INVERCARGILL BOROUGH. Ladies & gentlemen,—At the request of a number of Ratepayers I have decided to become a Candidate for the office of Mayor at the coming Election. —Yours respectfully. T. A. CUSHEN. March 26th, 1907. INVERCARGILL STARR-BOWKETT BUILDING SOCIETY. EASTER HOLIDAYS. OWING to Monday, the Ist inst, being a Holiday, subscriptions will be received on WEDNESDAY, 3rd April E. B. PILCHER, Secretary. gTAINER’S “ CRUCIFIXION’,” Preceded by “THE STORY OF THE CROSS,’’ Will be rendered by St. Paul’s Methodist Choir In the Leet Street Church on GOOD FRIDAY EVENING. March 29th, 1907. Commencing at 8 p.m. Soloists ; MR A. S. COOKSON, Tenor. MR J. B. TAYLOR, Bass. Collection in Aid of Choir Funds'. J. D. WESNEY, Hon. Sec.
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