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[bt telegraph.] : Thames; Tofday The nomination of candidates took place at noon to-day. Only twp were nominated:—John ■ SheehaU, .’barrister, and William James Speight, engineer, 106 hands were held tip for SheehaH; and 125 for Speight. A poll was demanded, and great enthusiasm. reigns in the Borough. : tx.j ... To-day. The nominations were jfMessra McDonald, Locke, Gannon, and Porter. . Taheanoa, To-day. The candidates honiinated to-day, were —Geo. Yeaey Stewart, G. B. Morris, Wm. Kelly, and ! H. T. Rovfo. The show of hands was in favor of Stewart. ' , ’ , ' i Messrs Hurathouse, Gibbs, iand Huddlestons were nominated. Theshow of hands favored Hursthoose, with Gibbs next. ■ i>' i ,:i y~\ . Richmond, To-day. The nominations, for Waimea were Joseph Shephard and James Crowe Richmond. The show of hands was in favor of Mr ShephardT ,-<:n : ,tmO . Westpoet, To-day The nominations were—Eugene O’Connor and John Munro. • The. ,show of hands favored the former. : Rbiiton, Torday. The nominations for Inangahua were— T. S. Weston, R H. Reeves, and Wm. McLean.' T Timakijv To-day. R, Turnbull, J. T. Partridge; .and J. S. Gibson, wdre nominated for the Timaru seat to-day. The show of hands yras in favor of Turnbull. - ■' Inveeoaegill, To-day. The following candidates, were nominated for .the Awarua electoral district to-day :—A. Kinross, J. W. Bain, • D. Smyth, and J. B. Joyce. .The show of hands was'in favor of the latter.

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NOMINATIONS FOR THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 505, 30 November 1881

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NOMINATIONS FOR THE APPROACHING ELECTIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 505, 30 November 1881

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