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Barmouth Urban District Council L Election. To the Electors. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I desire to convey my heartfelt thanks to the 242 Electors who so kindly supported my candidature at Saturday's poll. By doing so you have shewn your appreciation of over twenty years faith- ful service on my part in your interests, I hope to merit the confidence placed in me 1 y continuing to serve you faithfully. Yours respectfuly, WILLIAM OWEN. Craigmynacb, Barmoutb. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I wish to return thanks to the 121 Electors who supported me in my candidature for a seat in the Urban District Council Election last Saturday. I regret that my effort to serve you was unsuccessful, but trust that should I try Again, you and your friends will again accord me your votes, and that I may have better luck next time. I remain', Your obedient servant, ERNEST LLOYD. Min-y-Mor, Barmouth. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I desire to take this opportunity of thanking most sincerely the 289 voters who so very kindly showed their appre- ciation of my services. in the past by recording their votes in my favour last Saturday. My aim shall be as hitherto- fore, to do all in my power to enhance our common interests, efficiently and ecomoaically, for the benefit of the whole town and district. Again thanking you for your renewed confidence. I remain, Yours obediently, RHYS JONES. Glanymor, Barmouth. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I wish to convey my sincerest thanks for the conquering support recorded me at last Saturday's election as an appre- ciation of my services in the past, and in return I hope to maintain the absolute confidence of my fellow ratepayers in serving the town to the very best of my ability. Good luck to you all. I remain, Yours faithfully, ROBERT LLOYD WILLIAMS. Marine House, Barmouth. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Please allow me to convey my very sincere thanks to those 217 electors who so loyally supported my candidature on Saturday last. To avoid extra expense it is not my intention to offer myself for the coming bye-election, but possibly at some future date I may have the privi- lege of asking for your kind support again. Yours obediently, EDWARD DAVIES. 1, The Arches, Barmouth. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, •- To you who supported my candidature on Saturday last, I am deeply grateful, and I trust you will again support me in the near future. Yours respectfuly, EVAN GRIFFITH Cambrian House, Barmoutb. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I wish to convey my sincerest thanks to the 241 electors who voted for me last Saturday, and thus renewed their confidence in me. I shall continue to serve you to my utmost ability, and to study the interest of the ratepayers Yours faithfully, DAVID O. HUGHES. Market Stores, Barmouth.

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