MAYORAL ELECTIONS. j — ■-* j CHBISTCHUECH. The general impression was that the result would be very close, and so it proved. The poll closed at 6 p.m., and three-quarters of an hour afterwards tbe result waa posted outside the Council Chambera as follows : — Eden George 403 1 William Thomson 390 John Tippett Smith ... 329 i There were five informal voteß, making the total number polled 1127, or 21 less than were recorded at the Mayoral election last year, when 1148 votes were divided between the tyro candidates. A crowd of some few hundreds of people was gathered outside the Council Chambers when the result was posted up, but the candidates were not present. Mr George, however, drove up immediately afterwards and addressed the crowd from the box of his .cab. He was under--1 stood to Bay that he thanked the ; ratepayers very heartily for having re- \ turned him, and that he especially thanked | his supporters, of the Labour party. He ■ would make it his study to uphold the dignity of his office. He considered that ' the work of the Council needed a thorough ' r reorganisation, and he would be prepared '< with a scheme for that purpose, but he ( would need a few monthß in order to per--1 . feet it before bringing it under the notice lof the ratepayers. He thought that at the 1 ; end of his year of office his record would be ' I satisfactory, and if it were not he would be ' i willing to retire from municipal life. LTTTELTON. Shortly before seven o'clock the result was declared as follows :— J. T. Brice „. 114 W. Thomson 93 N. C. Sohumacher 85 W.Hildyard 67 The result was received by the large assemblage of ratepayers with cheers, anc the newly elected Mayor was carriec shoulder high. Some flour and egga wen thrown. AUCKLAND, Nov. 30. Dr Erson and Mr George Kent hav< been re-elected Mayors of Onehunga anc Newmarket respectively; WELLINGTON, Nov. 30. Mr B. C. Kirk was to-day elected Mayoi of Petoae, and Mr H. D. Crawford Mayoi of Melrose. GREYMOUTH, Nov. 30. Mr W. E. Kettle has been elected by s majority of twenty-three over MrMathieBon, who has been Mayor for two years. ■ ■" Business Notices. T. WEEAKS, £2!BAItr AND PfiOBUCE MERCHANT, 16S, St Asaph street and 92, Manchester street, corner of Toam street. WHE&T GEASSSEED OAT 3 • CIiOVEE SEED CHAFF CAPE BAELET &c., &c. &c. &o. Corusaoka and Twine. — 2201 Chaff Cut and Corn Crushed r tho Public. WTOB MB IaMJESFm JL FIBST-CLASS BOILDIHG TTMBBB At their Tards at Little Kiver and Chnstcharohj and oSer exceptional advantages to those roqnlr. Ins to build. Kauri, Totara, Blook, White and Sod Fine, all sizea. .Flooring Lining Doors Aroitftravea Skirting aahea Ironmongor? Lead - Zino Baltio Seal, American Clear Pi&d and Dragged Shelving. Prices on application. B« . Household Coals, Newoaatla and Weetpert. WOOD & uAUttIS, Manchwsar efczeet. Saw iffUla— Tarairarft. Llttia JUroirKENT'S JUBILEE BICTCIES. PIONEEE CTCLE AND ENGINEEEINa WOEKS. OUB Machines have proved themselvos the fastest for Boeing or Eoad Biding. Kiddea by J. A. Pither, the fastest road rider in New Zealand, having beaten all previous records, .Lowering tho 50-Dlile Eecord to 2hrs 59 Jmln. Also, by many of the Best Eiders in New Zealand. We ara now taking orders for next raoing season. Onr Jabilea Safeties are built with Bunlop. Clincher or Boothroyd Pneamatio Tyres, geared to any size, and built to any weight required. Speoial attention to repairs, which we execute with promptness and precision. Everything appertainim? to the cycle trade kept in stock. The trade supplied, Prices on application. Special to Boot Factorial Clothing- Factories, 4c. —All kinds of Machinery Bepaired and Improvecl (if necessary). B. KtiNT & CO Z3IQ Bedford Bow (^.'ext Cuff and Graham's). SEE OUK SHOW. 172, CASH Eli S7EEET, WHESEyou will P ova Time and Money by Inspecting onr STOCK and favuox-ing ua with your order. J. W. EERRT & €0., OABH TAILO2S, 173, CASHFiL STSSJST, Opposite Cafi, SUITS, TBOT/aEEiTAND OVEUCOATS Hada to otin from Newest Material j and Latest Designs , Wo can suit each and all, large or email, short or tall, and all pockets, with muoh or little money in. ALL GOODS SHSUITB;, J. W. PJSRRY & CO. I CASH TAILOSS. \ 173, CASHEL BT3EET. onooaito Cafa. XISB J JOadgeb's Statutes" Full Set of FOTTB VOLUMES , 3 0* 0 VOL. I— Now Published (Jadicattire. Criminal, Practical and Mercantile) 10 0 VOL. 2— (Land Tenure, Local Govern- , ment, agricultural and Pastoral, Medioal— now printing) 0 15 Q VOLS. 3 and 4— (Publio Interest?), each , M 0 15 0 Single Copies of any Acts, iBl2-1892, from 010 MECHANICS, LABOT7BSBS AND OTHERS Can arrange to Purchaso a Fall Sat In 20 Parts at Ss, or 10 parts at 6s. For Order Form, &0., apply WXLFSSD BADGES, M3X Christohsrah, Niß.— Fall Cloth end W* Cnlt Binding extra. *x sraaux* AiHfoiwmmm go thh maki. sonub A»a «gra§|» tzob>bb»a& photoSKphek, ffSTOIO M lnToo&OMBO BTaaar. I~pn>BS ttw BisttacwitoA Vafcras&ga el tt«lat»lfc&o«fCUaMa«i , n» »«l«aa OemaUmm OmOtm B» Sari »A CowriNi •( Xoafe fcozAHarria ■■■ ■ ■ j&rW.r.Ajranrate MrWißobinwm •teA.Mu»gWT« --•-••■ - ttrff.Bzoono • A B. KAXVBJX«naaiDf ' Wn lioaouMA ty{ featSfej toils «»iM3iltM m • n*fa>gi»pfate : .-...: • • • ■ mm_ ■■''■■ ■ / * Jkli TELEPHONE No, 592. '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Star, Issue 7434, 1 December 1892

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