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Election Httoresses. LEDBURY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, 1914. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Having been nominated as a Candidate I beg to offer my services to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Mr H Morgan. If I should have the honour of being elected I can assure you that I shall pursue the same policy I did the six years I was a mem ber of your Council, viz., THAT OF USING EVERY EFFORT TO PROMOTE THE PROSPER- ITY OF THE TOWN AND ITS INHABIT- ANTS INDEPENDENT OF PARTY OR CREED. Trusting to be favoured with your support, I beg to remain, Yours faithfully, ALFRED CARLESS. Knoll View, Ledbury. March 25th, 1914. LEDBURY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, 1914. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Having been nominated for a seat on your Urban Council, I beg to submit myself as a candidate at the forthcoming election. I am well known t. most of you, having lived amongst you for the last 22 years. If you do me the honour of electing me as one of your representatives, I shall consider it my duty to support any efforts that are advanced calculated to bring abolt improvements, which will be in the best interests of our town and its people generally. I shall be pleased to support any improved system of lighting the Tower Clock which can be shewn to be more effective and less expensive. I am not in favour of spending a large sum out of the ratej to carry out the baths scheme on the proposed site, necessitating as it does the erection of a septic tank and filter beds, before the water can be considered fit for the purpose but, should be pleased to support any well considered scheme that would be more central and less objectionable. Assuring you I have no object in seeking election other than to serve you, I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Obediently yours, CHARLES RANDELL CIOAB. Bye-street. Ledbury. March 25th, 1914. LEDBURY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, 1914. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Having been again nominated for a seat on the Urban Council, I hope to have your sup- port at the poll on April 6th next. I have had the honour of assisting in the work of the Council for the past six years, and, in soliciting your votes, would respectfully refer you to the manner in which I have attended to the duties of the Council, notably with reference to the introduction to the town of electric light, which has already resulted in a vast improvement not only to those using the light, but also to gas consumers. Should you again honour me with your confidence and support, I can promise to dis- charge the duties to the best of my ability. My reason for again seeking your votes is that I am only too anxious to help forward the town in which I have lived all my life. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, w. G. DAVIS. New Market Street. Ledbury. March 25th, 1914. LEDBURY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, 1914. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Having been requested by numerous rate- payers to ba nominated for a seat on the above Council, I beg to solicit your vote and support at the forthcoming Elecbion. Should it be your pleasure to elect me, I can assure you that I will do my best for the wel- fare and advancement of my native town, and that all necessary improvements shall have my hearty support with due regard to economy. Yours faithfully, GEORGE HAINES. 123, Homend-street, Ledbury. March 26th, 1914. LEDBURY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, 1914. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Having again been nominated for a seat on the Urban Council, it is my duty onoe more to appeal for your vote and interest. I have been a Member of the Council for the past five years and during that period have missed only 3 meetings ue to ill-health). If you consider this is attending to the duties for which you elected me, and support me again at the coming election, I shall, as in the past, give every attention to the various subjects that come before the Council. I am strongly in favour of the public swimming bath scheme, and would like to see the County Council make the subject of swimming compulsory as a part of the curriculum at the elementary schools, and that all children attending thereat be given lessons on one half-day per week. I am also very strongly in favour of an improvement in the housing of the artisans in Ledbury, and any scheme that is brought forward, provided it is on the East side of the town, will have my hearty support. You have five votes at this election, and if you think I am worthy of one, I shall esteem it an honour to receive your support. Thanking you for past favours, I hope to remain, your obedient servant, A. T. JONES. 70, Homend-street, Ledbury. March 26th, 1914. LEDBURY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, 1914. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Having been nominated as a Candidate for a seat on your Council, I beg to solicit your support and interest. For 24 years I have been resident amongst you, during which period- I have had every opportunity of studying the needs and require- ments of the town and district, and for several years have been engaged in duties of a semi- public nature. If you consider the experience I have thereby gained would be of assistance in the deliberations of your Council, my services are at your disposal. I am strongly opposed to any spirit of a political or sectarian nature being imported into the business of local government, and should you do me the honour of electing me I can assure you my utmost aim will be to temper progress with economy. I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours obediently, ERNEST JUCKES. Newbury Park, Ledbury. March 26th, 1914. Election abbrCBBCB. LEDBURY URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, 1914. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— At the request of a large number of Rate- payers of the town I have consented to besome a Candidate at the coming Election for the Urban District Council. As a Ratepayer and Native of the Town I can assure you I have the interest and welfare of the district at heart, and should you do me the honour of electing me no effort will be spared on my part to promote its prosperity. Soliciting your votio and interest, I beg to remain, Yours faithfully, FREDERICK WILLIAM JUCKES. The Homend, Ledbury. March 27th, 1914.

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