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Wakanui. The result of the poll for the Wakanui ; Road Board was as follows : i James Brown ... ... 74 5 Joseph Megson 74 -4 Thomas Walsh ... ... 69 } David Wilson 5£ ) Messrs Brown and Megson were therefore declared duly elected.

South Rakaia. The official declaration of the poll for the above took place at noon, to-day, at : the Road Board Office. The polling yesterday caused some excitement, and the arrival of the Kyle returns was eagerly looked for. The result of the poll -was as follows; D. Gordon Holmes ... 225’ iLeonard White 223 John Lambie ... ... 221 Thus Mr Holmes was returned by a;majority of two, while Mr White was just two ahead of Mr Lambie. 1

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THE ROAD BOARD ELECTIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 527, 6 January 1882

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THE ROAD BOARD ELECTIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 527, 6 January 1882

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