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PEMBROKE. PKMBROKE MUNICIPAL ELECTION.—The election for the Pembroke ward was held at the Town Hall. There being no opposition, the following gentlemen were re- elected, viz., Mr William Trewent, gentleman, Mr George Thomas, Government Contractor, and Mr John Miller, King's Arms Hotel. At Pater, the election for that ward was held at the Victoria Hotel, and occasioned considerable excitement. The outgoing members were Messrs. Samuel Jenkins, Victoria Hotel, Charles Gard- ner, Bush Tavern, and James Rhodes, chandler: the two latter gentlemen did not seek re-election, therefore Mr Jenkins was the only member who stood for candida- ture. The other candidates were, Messrs. James Potter, and James Griffiths. The result of the poll was as fol- lows — Jenkins, 350; Haynes, 247; Potter, 228; Griffiths, 188; the latter gentleman therefore was un- successful.

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