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THE SOLDIERS' VOTE.

LATEST RETURNS.

WELLINGTON, April 11. The Minister in charge of the Elecifcoral Department announced to-night that he had received the following returns of votes cast by New Zealand soldiers in the United. Kingdom: — Continu- Prohibiance. tion. Tl. Brockenhurst Hospital ... ... §0 28 108 [Walton Hospital, including Brighton • . ■ Convalescent Officers' Hospital ... 646 179 825 Oatlands Hospital... 400 93 494 Tidworth Hospital 47 11 58 Hornehurch Depot 448 . 151 ' 605 N.Z. Headquarters ..Booth ... ... 1068 342 1416- , Hiffh Commissioner's ■'■'-, Booth ... ... 279 67 348 ' Brocton Depot .:. 1480 ' 335 1817 Southampton D.epot 17 5 122

. Totals: .... 4465 1211 5693 Eighteen informal votes were cast.

WERWERWER

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THE SOLDIERS' VOTE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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THE SOLDIERS' VOTE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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