HALTWHISTLE PARISH COUNCIL, ELECTION, 1898
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, - Having been elected at our Parish meeting, and a
poll having been demanded, I again offer myself as a candidate for our
Parish Council, and if you should honour me with a place on the Council, I
shall endeavour independently and without fear or favour to do my best for
the general benefit of the Town and Parish.
I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours sincerely, J. LEAKE.
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE PARISH OF HALTWHISTLE.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, - Having been nominated for the Parish and District
Councils, I shall, if elected, endeavour to give satisfaction for either or
I have always desired to get every benefit out of every Act for the welfare
of the public health, and for the general wellbeing of the community.
I am, your obedient servant, JOHN JACKSON.
HALTWHISTLE PARISH COUNCIL ELECTION.
TO THE ELECTORS.
FELLOW PARISHIONERS. - Having been elected at the Parish Meeting, I beg to
offer myself as a Candidate at the election of Parish Councillors, to take
place on the 4th April proximo.
During the last three years, I have endeavoured to do my best, for the good
of the Parish, and if re-elected shall give my support to any schemes which
seem to me calculated to benefit the town.
Whatever can be done for the benefit of the people, which the limited power
of the council will allow, shall have my ungrudging assistance, irrespective
of either creed or party.
I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant.
Eden's Lawn, Haltwhistle, March 22nd, 1898.