Mexborough and Swinton Times March 15, 1929
Wombwell U.D.C, Elections.
To The Electors of the North Ward
Ladies and gentlemen. –
In the by-election of 1927 you had sufficient confidence in me to let me as your representative by an overwhelming majority, which I very much appreciated and regarded as a great honour.
I hope that my services on the following Committees, namely: Public Health, Infant Welfare, Highways and Buildings, Allotments, Library. Housing and Light Rail-way has justified that confidence
my term of office having expired I feel honoured by your again nominating me for a seat on the above Council, and I look forward hopefully to a continuation of your confidence, with your support and vote on the day of the election.
I claim to know the needs of the Township, and if you again elect me I shall do in the future as in the past – giving the best of my abilities in all matters affecting the whole community, regardless of sect or party.
Soliciting your Vote,
Frederick Thomas Hatswell,