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ABERGAVENNY ,MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

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ABERGAVENNY MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Municipal Election, Nov. 1, 1919.1 TO THE BURGESSES OF THE CASTLE WARD. I LADIES AXD GENTLEMEN, I beg to thank the Electors of the above Ward who gave their support in my nomination i as Councillor also those who promised their Votes in the event of an election. During the period that I have served you as a co-opted member of the Council it has been my earnest endeavour to carry out the duties de- volving upon me to the best of my ability. <Mven health and strength during the coming ? three years, I will do all I possibly can to promote a logical and practical service in the best interest of all sections of the electorate. Yours faithfully, ? FRED SADLER. I 1st NOVEMBER, 1919. I I TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CANTREF WARD. I LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Seven years ago you elected me as one of your Representatives for the Cantref Ward on your local governing body. During that time I have endeavoured, by close attention to the duties of the office, to watch and safeguard the intei'-sts of the Ratepayers of the Borough generally. My record of attendances at meet- ings for the past twelve months is 90 per cent., and for the previous years my attendances were up to the same standard. I again appeal to you for your support, and, if elected, I promise that I will, quite inde- pendently, continue to watch your interests to the best of my ability. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours obediently, GEO. R. PLOWMAN. Ty Cantref, Abergavenny, 23rd October, 1919. TO THE BURGESSES OF THE GROFIELD I WARD. i LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, 1 Under pressure from a large number of Electors of this Ward, I have pleasure in again placing my services at your disposal. I have lived in the Grofield Ward for over 30 years, and have, therefore, a thorough know- ledge of the Town's requirements, particularly this Ward. Believing that the present high rates are detrimental to all classes-especially the working class,—I shall use every endeavour to bring about their reduction, consistent with wise administration. During my term of office I have supported the Housing Scheme (now before the Council), the introduction of Swimming Baths, a living wage to Council Employees, and an effort to stop Profiteering. I see no reason, therefore, why I should receive any opposition from Labour. If you elect me as your representative, I shall do all in my power for the Town's welfare. Yours obediently, RICHARD IBALL. West View, Hatherleigh-road, 20th October, 1919. TO THE BURGESSES OF THE GROFIELD WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, At the request of many Burgesses I have decided to offer myself as a Candidate for the vacancy in your Ward on 1st prox. I am a native of Abergavenny and have spent my life in your midst, and am consequently well known to the majority of the Electors and the whole of my interests lie in the town. I stand as an Independent Candidate,' and, if elected, I shall represent no particular class or section, but the burgessses as a whole, and will. work for efficiency in local administration and economy. I am, your obedient servant, ARTHUR JOSEPH WIBBERLEY. g Dan-y-Bryn, Abergavenny, t Oct. 23rd, 1919. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE PRIORY WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, You elected me six years ago as one of your representatives on the Town Council. May I again request your support on Polling Day, November ist ? If returned, my best services will be given to further the interests of the Borough and the welfare of the Burgesses. Yours faithfully, P. TEtFdRD. Lidstone, Monmputh-road. PRIORY WARD (CASUAL) ELECTION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, You know *that I have been returned unopposed for the above Ward, and I wish to thank all those who so readily promised me their support and interest had there been a contest. I can assure you all that it will be my utmost desire to do everything I possibly can in the interest of the town generally, so that if the occasion arises that I inLD- again have to seek your support it will be readily given as before. Again thanking you. I remain, Yours faithfully, FREDERICK TREVOR JONES. Bryn Usk, Abergavenny, 30th October, 1919. Miscellaneous.

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