'--♦• ' ' The real struggle for. the position of M.H.R. for Wallace will .apparently; bo letfc between Mussrs. Hodgkinso.n, Mackintosh," and Hirst; Messrs Joyce and Johnston being very ■ lukewarm ,in tjieir candidature. ' \ The Wellington tl Post " says :—"'We have received several communications suggesting that the HonfE'lv/'trd JRichaivlson should become .1 candidate forjthe representation of this city. Our correspondents express a belief that lie wojuld have a very excellent chance of success as a great number of "electors are utterly al; a loss to find atiiohgst the' pronent candidates three for whom they could Conscientiously vote! Mi' ■Richardson -'wq'uld* receive support on all sides, especially as he is an Oppssitibiiist." •
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ELECTION NOTES, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2560, 3 November 1890
ELECTION NOTES Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2560, 3 November 1890
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