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BOROUGH OF INVERCARGILL. ELECTION OF MAYOR. N’ OTICE is hereby given that the following Candidates, viz., SCANDRETT, WM. BENJAMIN, STEAD, JOHN Having been duly nominated for the office of Mayor for the Borough of Invercargill for the Ensuing - Tear, a. POLL will be taken on WEDNESDAY, 24th Dav of APRIL, 1907. Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. in the following Booths : TOWN HAIL, Tay street. WESLEYAN Schoolroom, Leot street FIRE Brigade Station, Ettrick st. T. W. WALKER, Returning Officer. Town Hall, Tay street, Invercargill, N.Z. T7-th April, 1907. BOROUGH OF INVERCARGILL. BIENNIAL ELECTION OF TWELVE COUNCILLORS. THE following Candidates for Election as Councillors for the Borough of Invercargill have been duly nominated : BAIN, ANDREW CLEAVE, ROBERT GALBRAITH, ROBERT MARTIN, WILLIAM McDonald, colin McFARLANE, DUNCAN McKAY, ROBERT BARBOUR OTT, WILLIAM ALEXANDER PETRIE, ISAAC LAWRENCE ' ROCHE, DAVID STEAD, WILLIAM STONE, FREDERICK GEORGE WALKER, JAMES As the number of Candidates exceeds the number of offices to be filled, I hereby give notice that a POLL will be taken on WEDNESDAY, 24th Dav of APRIL, 1907. Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. in the following Polling Booths: TOWN HALL, Tay street. WESLEYAN Schoolroom. Leet street FIRE Brigade Station, Ettrick st. T. W. WALKER. Returning Officer. Town Hall, Tay street. Invercargill, N.Z. 17th April, 1907. BOROUGH OF INVERCARGILL. BIENNIAL ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. I HEREBY give Public Notice of the re ti Vernon t of Mr CHAS. H. ROBERTS as a Candidate an the Election for the Office of Councillor of the Borough of Invercargill. T. W. WALKER, Returning Officer. Town Hall. Invercargill. 18th April, 1907. BOROUGH OF AVENAL. THE following Candidates have been duly nominated for the respective offices, viz., For the OFFICE’of MAYOR—

FELD WICK, HENRY WARD, JAMES For the Office of COUNCILLORS-. BAIN, BENJAMIN CLEAVE, ROBERT GILMOUR, ROBERT JOYCE LECKIE, ALEXANDER ROBERT McNEILAGE, JAMES CAMPBELL RUSSELL, EUSTACE SERVICE, ARTHUR JOSEPH STEPHENS, EDMUND RICHARD TODD, ROBERT NICHOLAS WRIGHT, RICHARD BRITTAIN WESNEY, JAMES ARNOLD There be mg more than the required humber of Candidates for the respective offices a POLL will take place at the Town Hall, A venal, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, the 24th day of April, 1907. CHAS. W. BROWN, Returning Officer, “THERE’S a reason for the immense popularity of COCK O’ THE NORTH TEA, It’s the value.’’

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 3, 20 April 1907

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 3, 20 April 1907

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