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Horsham Urban Council Election, 1915.
TO THE ELECTORS.

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
The time has once more come to retire and seek re-election. After 9 years of constant attendance to the Council work, I can with confidence appeal for your support at the forthcoming Election.
The past three years have not been marked by any great undertakings, but generally, routine work, with one or two exceptions.
The addition of a Refuse Destructor to our Generating Station, just over a year ago, has notwithstanding the opposition and prophecies, turned out an unqualified success, a net profit of £140 being made.
The improvement scheme for North Street cost something like £2000, but works out a 1/4d. rate each half year, which I think is not a big burden considering the great improvement effected..
The working of the Sewage Farm has always resulted in a loss being made, but the present members of the Farm Committee believe that this will be considerably reduced in the near future: a profit can scarcely be expected seeing the large amount of sewage to be disposed of.
As to the future I shall, as in the past, if you so honour as to re-elect me, give all matters very careful consideration and a business-like treatment.
May I respectfully urge that you will make it an endeavour to exercise your privilege on the 29th of March, and give me one of the six votes at your disposal.

I am,
Faithfully yours,
A.G.WHEELER.

Printed and Published for Mr A.G. Wheeler by S. Price & Co., Horsham

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