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— : — r- • : — • ■ ■ , NOJkLINATIONS FOR MAYOR. lYdharles Allison, Henry Hamilton jLoughnan. ' . Dominations for councillor: :■';■'.' Central Ward— George Barrell, Frederick Notley Bartram, Walter Henry Copper, John Joseph DougalL. Thomas Gapes, Henry Holland, Charles Dicken,Bon Morris, Edward Smith, Henry *Byjlove Sorensen, Henry Thomas Joynt .jThacker, : V ' ■ Lin wood -Ward— Thomas Nprrie Hors>ley, Henry John Otley, James. Wilson. .-« St * Albans. Ward— Alexander Henry 'Anderson, John Albert Blank,. Richard 1 ■ Jamesi Ecroyd, George Hyde, Alfred, '; iWilUains. gydenham - Ward-^-James .Forrester, -"Duncan Hart, Hiram. Hunter, Charles Lafferty, William Millar, (George William jfames Parsons, Charles I {Taylor, Arthur Henry Webb. »-{••' ;".-' WOOLSTON: I {■■■ The following nominations were reI beived at Woolston ;— H ." Mayor— Mr J. Richardson, the preH Sent occupant of the office, and Mr J. ■': Hayes.- ' ■ ; Councillors— Messrs' P. H. Baker, ■ IHYJ. Bell, J. FY Bell, R. Copeland, ■ ty. Crawford, F. Oianne, C. E. Rad- ■ ioliffe, W. R. Ross, T. W, P. Round, ■ H. J. F. Tailor, J. W. Thomas, W. ■ (Woods and M. B. Wright. H r Nine councillors have to he elected, H &rid there will he an election. Five of H the former councillors are amongst H *he candidates. Y\ H , ; . Mr J. H. Blackwell has been re-elect-H fed Mayor of Kaiapoi, unopposed. ■ Messrs W. E. Bate, John Bugg, G. H F. Geering. William Robb, R. Wylie, H . T. E. Keetley, J. Hayman, A. BrunsH Men, W. E. Parnham and Br Davies Were, nominated to-day for seats on the ■ Munioipal Council at Kaiapoi. H Nominations for the Ashburton H Borough Council and Mayoralty closed H ]at noon to-day. Mr Henry Davis was H re-elected Mayor unopposed. The old H Council, as a body, with the addition H krf Mr €K W. Andrews, has been nomiH friated for the Council. i ■Mr R. Milligan has been elected. Mayor of Oamaru for the fifth term. [Pjeb Pbbss Association.]' ■ AUCKLAND, April 21. ' Mr Q. D. Grey has been elected Mayor of Auckland unonnosed. ■ j NEW PLYMOUTH, April 21. ' I Mr Gustave Tiach has been re-elected Mayor unopposed. V ■ [ WANGANUI, April 21. Messrs Battle, M'Kay and Muir have (been nominated ior the mayoralty of TWanganui. ; For the Council there are ' fourteen candidates, a like number standing for the Wanganui East Counbil, where Mr John Jones .has been Ve-efocted Mayor unopposed. ■ f PALMERSTON NORTH, April 21. \ Thirteen nominations have been refeeived for, nine" vacancies on the (Bprough Council. With the exception three, all the previous councillors standinir for Te-election. Mr J. |A. Nash has been re-elected Mayor un_H Apposed. B TIMARU, April 2i. Mr James Craigie was 're-elected unbpposed for the Mayoralty for an eighth term of office. For twelve seats on the Council eighteen candidates have been dominated, four of whom were members bf the committee of the Opposition canjlidate at the general election. Hi HOKITIKA, April 21. i Mr H. L. Michel has been re-elected Mayor of Hokitika -unopposed. ■ f DUNEDIN, April 21. The retiring Mayor, Mr J. M'Donald, and Councillor Walker have been nomibated for the city Mayoralty. There be contests for all the wards extept Cavershara and South Dunedin. H INVERCARGILL, April 21. ■: > Mr W. B. Scandrett, the present Mayor, and Mr 6. S. Longuet, a forHtaier Mayor, have been nominated for Invercargill. Both are in favour of amalgamation and the municiH|»l ownership of the trams.

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS., Star, Issue 9522, 21 April 1909

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Star, Issue 9522, 21 April 1909