BOROUGH OF INVERCARGILL..; i * ELECTION OF MAYOR. i 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 Wednes-*. day, 24th April. If elected, I promise in return my very best services in the performance of the duties of tha 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 ana, obediently yours, JOHN STEAU. March 22, 1907. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. TO THE RATEPAYERS HOUSEHOLDERS OF INVERCARGILL Ladies &: gentlemen,—i have represented you for many years in the Municipal Council, and it is my intention to seek a renewal of your confidence at the forthcoming election. Invercargill is progressing, and the greatest care will be necessary in the administration of its affairs, and while it is the duty of the Municipal Council to prepare and present to the public such schemes as may seem to the public advantage, I am of opinion that before there is any material burdening of the rates, the ratepayers should be consulted. I can only say as in the past so~ in the future my best service will be given to the interests of the ratepayer.—l am, Yours faithfully, DAVID ROCHE. April 17th, 1907. ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. TO. THE ELECTORS OF INVERCARGILL. Ladies &• gentlemen,—it is my intention to be nominated as a candidate for the office of Councillor at the forthcoming election. Consequently I would most respectfully solicit your vote and confidence and if elected to the position would assuredly discharge the duties appertaining to the office, faithfully and to the best of my ability, in your interest and the general advancement of Invercargill. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, D. McFARLANE.
TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE SOUTH INVERCARGILL BOROUGH. 'ABIES & GENTLEMEN —Having been nominated for the office of Mayor at the forthcoming election, I solicit your support at the poll, and trust that my action, as Councillor in the past will warrant your placing confidence in me for the higher office. If elected I will see that your confidence is not misplaced, and will do all I can in your interests and towards the progress of our borough. GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, HAS FOR SALE the following Pro* perties : 7-Roomed house, f acre splendidly situated, £475. 6-Roomed House, every convenience on j,- of an acre, £3OO. 4-Rooms and scullery, washhouse, etc., on i-acre section £290. Each of these properties are .well worth inspection. 'Also several first-class sections ,in various parts of the town for sale., RENTS COLLECTED. Local Agent Royal Insurance Co^ Yours faithfully, T, A. CUSHEN.: T. CROCKET Bluff, MONEY TO LEND.
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