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MINORITY REPRESENTATIVES

The " Evening Vt sh " states that there are at preaont twenty-two members of the Houeo of Representatives who represent; } actual minorities. Mr Moat polled 482 ' electors at Marsden, wh!oh 702 vo'es weio recorded for bis npp -meats. Mr Wltby at Newton polled 701 against 776. Mr P«aoook at Ponaonby polled 560 again st 735, = Mr Goldle Id Auckland West rer resent* 717 asalnet 732. Mr Haml'o, Franklyn Soaih, bad 620 votes for him, and 762 against. Mr Froser, at the Ttum3B, reofivpd 65^ votes, and hie opponents 688 Mr Kelly, &t Taunsuga, represents 557 I votes, while 645 were oast sgaitißt hlrp. 'Me Grabara at the Baat OoasV, polled 743, and via oppouents divided 903. Tha?, oat of the 20 Auckland members, eight represent absolute minorities. Mr Murohan'-, ,at Tar&nald, elta to represent 388 vo'ea, which 7C4 we;e recorded for other candidates. Mr Tanner, of Waipawa, repres^ntu ' 695 electors, and 884 voted for others. Mr i Smith, of WoodvlUe, polled 922, and his opponents 1213. Mr Bgetham, at Maater(oa, was eleoted by 771, whllo 822 oleotora preferred somecna else, Mr Seytnons-, at Watraea, Picton, was eleoted by 446, and 854 voted for others. Mr Dodaon, at VW.iraa, polled 628, and his opponents 812. Mr Psrceval, !n Obrißtohnrch South, was the oholoe of 767 electors, while 805 preferred someone clue. Mr M'Qregor, At Aksroa, secured 475 vot" oni of 1054. Me Rob?, at BoglyD, polled 583 out of 1380. Mr Valentine, at Wafkala, was eleoted by 421, while 748 votes were recorded amongst hla opponents. Dr Hodgkln?6n, of Wallace, aeaured 438 votes, with 778 for the other candidates. Me Feldwlok, at InveroarglU, was elected by 356 votes, while 921 were oastamongst his opponents. Mr VerrftU, at Ashley, got m with 234, ag alnat 457 divided amongst his o aponen ts; i while the latest addition to the H mse, Mr ETuaiphreyß, at Ohrlstohnroh Norih, polled 403 vote* oat of 973 recorded.

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MINORITY REPRESENTATIVES, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2197, 12 August 1889

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MINORITY REPRESENTATIVES Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2197, 12 August 1889

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