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Gisborne ... : ... 3650 3700 / (One return to come.) liawke's Bay ... ... 3917- 3833 (One return to come.) Napier ... ... 3762 3672 Waipawa 2891 2704 Pahiatiia t ..." .„ 2277 2202 (One return to come.) Master ton 2427 . -2504 Wairarapa /' ... 2785 2356 Stratford ... ... 1915 2684 Taranaki ... ... '2646 3829 Egmont.-, ... ... 2211 2639 Patea 2777 3666 Wanganui ... ' 3897 4290 Waimarino 2833. 1873 Oroua ... ... 2260 2760 Rangitikei 2447 2395 jPalmerston North ... 8386 4095 Otaki 2301 2432 Hutt 3793 3550 Wellington North ... 4757 3377 Wellington Central ... 4442 2551 Wellington East ... 3820 3395 Wellington, South ... 3791 3636 Wellington Suburbs ... 3225 3366


The following are the totals for the Canterbury Province:— Continuance ... ... 40,866 Prohibition ... ... 39,311 Majority for Continuance ;-1,555 LEADERS' VIEWS. ' WELLINGTON; April 11. The Revs. S. Gray and J. Dawson, on behalf of the Alliance, -stated that they confidently expected the present majority would have been larger, but they refused to accept the suggestion that the Trade had already won the contest. The majority for prohibition was being steadily increased by every i corrected return. They declined to believe the young manhood of the I>o- i minion, who risked their lives for the ' Empire, were more interested in. con- ! tinuance of the liquor trade than the i welfare of the country. Whatever may be the final result of the poll, one thing had been .settled for ever, and that is the question of compensation. The question "Why pay £4,600,000?" will be asked, and with persistence, by the prohibition party. We are still of opinion that we have' a; distinct fighting chance of vanning this poll.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9584, 11 April 1919

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9584, 11 April 1919

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