STRATFORD. (By Telegraph.—-Own Correspondent.) Stratford, Last .Night.' Much interest was shown in ~thft Mayoral election to-day. The number of votes received was much above the average. As the day progressed it 'was apparent that Mr. Masters must win, but few besides his ardent supporters expected his ma jority would be so large. ill I .Masters' supporters were well ,or« ganised, and oabs wore plying all day. The results areJ. Masters 44." N. J. King ;!]■ Majority .. .. ];j„ By Telegraph—Piess Association. WELLINGTON. Wellington, Last Night. The result of the Wellington Mayoral election is— j Mr. T.'M. Wilford, M.P. .. 0244 Mr. C. J. Crawford ~ 5270 WELLINGTON SUBURBS. - The Mayoral elections in the suburban boroughs resulted as follows: Eastlmu.rnc.—H. W. Shortt 240, W. Hobbs 131. Lower Hutt.—E. P. Bunny 023, W. H. Russell 510. Miramar.—J. llrodie 410, F. Townseni 301. AUCKLAND CITY. Auckland, List Night. The contest for the election of Mayor of Auckland resulted in the return of L. J. Bagnall, who secured 3027 votes against P. J. Nerheny's 1992 and W. Richardson's 455. Parnell. —The sitting Mayor, R. g, Briggs, 'was re-elected, polling 533 votes against 243 east for Frank Fitt. Birkenhead.—At Birkenhead A. Kcves (sitting Mayor) defeated E. G. Skeatcs and 11. P. Taylor. In all the other boroughs the sitting Mayors were re-elected unopposed. DUNEDIN CITY AND SUBURBS. Dunedin, Last Night. The Mayoral elections in the city and suourbs resulted as follows City—T. Cede 3801, B. L. Tapley 2115. Roslyn.— J. 11. F. Hamcl (retiring)' Mayor) 007, A. Washer 472. North-East Valley .-Jonathan Rhodes 029, .J. Campbell (retiring Mayor) 504. St. Kilda.—D. C. Cameron, jun., 521, G. Hodges 415. *
, GISBORNE. j flisborne, Last Night, n ihe Mayoral election resulted in tha re-election of W. D. Lvsnar, 1214 votes. I defeating C. A. l>t> Lantour, 999 votes. X EL SON. . Nelson, Last Night, i The otv Mayoral cloction resulted—Thomas Pettie 979. Jesse Piper 7(58. Mr. Piper was the retiring Mayor, and had held office for six years previously. Fof the vacancy in the City Council," W. S. Ilampson was returned by a majority of 412 over the other candidate. RICHMOND. Nelson, Last Night. For the Richmond Mavoraltv James Hunt (143) boat W. E. Wilkes' (122). GREYMOUTH. Creymouth, Last Night. Great interest was taken in the Mayoral election. Alfred Russel beat h. Coates (retiring Mayor) by 47 votes. In the election for the vacant seat in the Council, (,'eorge Sweetman beat John Jackson hy 51 votes. Mr. Franklin was returned for Brunnerton. WESTPORT. Westport, List Night. Hie Mayoral election was contested to-<lav by J. H. Greenwood, the retiring Mayor, and Thomas Samuel, member of the Borough Council, and resulted— Greenwood 502, Samuel 388. Mr. Greenwood's majority was 204. Blenheim. Last Night. Councillor Edward 11. Penny defeated Councillor John White by 20 votes. Dannevirke, Last Night! The result of the Mavoral election is—Ransom 456, Haines 330.
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MAYORAL ELECTIONS., Taranaki Daily News, Volume LII, Issue 375, 28 April 1910
MAYORAL ELECTIONS. Taranaki Daily News, Volume LII, Issue 375, 28 April 1910
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