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The New Electoral Districts.

[pee press association]

Wellington, May 2. The following alterations in boundaries have been made by the Representation Commissioners in the South Island, viz.: The township of Gordon has been added, I to the Mataura district, which has caused t a slight alteration in the boundaries of Clutha, Tuapeka, Mount Ida, and the Wakatipu districts. Dunedin suburb, and ' Port Ghalmers district are altered by, adding West Harbor to Port Chalmers and the rest of Maori Hill to the suburbs district. The Geraldine district is altered by adding a small piece which it was originally intended to place in that of Ashburton.

A meeting of coursing men was held at the Somerset Hotel on Saturday evening and it was decided to hold an open coursing meeting on the Queen's Birthday holiday May 26, the stakes to be one for all agea at two guineas each and one for puppies at one guinea each. ' ' .

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The New Electoral Districts., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2419, 2 May 1890

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The New Electoral Districts. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2419, 2 May 1890

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