1917 Hong Kong sanitary board election

The 1917 Hong Kong Sanitary Board election was supposed to be held on 30 March 1917 for an elected seat in the Sanitary Board of Hong Kong.

1917 Hong Kong sanitary board election

← 1916 30 March 1917 1919 →
Nominee C. G. Alabaster
Party Nonpartisan
Popular vote uncontested

Member before election

P. W. Goldring

Elected Member

C. G. Alabaster

The election was held for the two of the elected seats in the board due to the resignation of P. W. Goldring who resigned early in the month. C. G. Alabaster, nominated by Henry Pollock and Montague Ede was elected unopposed.[1]

References edit

  1. ^ "Sanitary Board". Hong Kong Telegraph. 31 March 1916. p. 8.