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An analysis of the unofficial figures of the polling published yesterday morning shows that 43 electorates ,yoted in favour of No-license,- and 33 in favour of Continuance. This majority of electorates in favour of Nolicense was largely secured in Otago, where not a single electorate voted in favour of Continuance, though two of the Southland electorates—Wakatipu and Wallace-^-did so. Another feature of the poll was that four of the "dry" electorates — Ohinemuri, Masterton, [Wellington South, and As'hbiirton— cast majorities 1 against Prohibition. Following are the electorates which voted for Prohibition:— Bay of Islands, Marsden Kaipara, Waitemata, Eden, Auckland West, Grey Lynn, Parnell, Mamikau, Franklin, Raglan, Thames, Tauranga, Waikato, Gisborne, Stratford, . Taranaki, Egmont, Patea, Wanganui, Oroua, Palmerston, Otaki, Wellington Suburbs. Obristchurch North, Christchurch South, Riccarton; Avon, Lyttelton, Timam, Waitaki, Oamaru, Otago Central, Dunedin North,, Dunedin West, Dunedin Central, Dimedin South, Cha'lsners, Brace, Clutha, Mataura, Jnvercargill, Awarua.

Following are the electorates which ivoted for Continuance:—

Auckland East, Auckland Central, Ohinemtiri, Bay of Plenty, TaumaruHiii, Hawke's Bay, Napier, Waipawa, Pahiatua. Masterton, Wairarapa, Waimarino, Rangitikei, Hutt, "Wellington. North, Wellington Central, Wellington East, Wellington South, Nelson, flfefotueka, Buller, 4 Grey, Westland, iWairau, .Hurunui, Kaiapoi, Christchurch East, Bllesmere. Selwyn, AshBurton, Temuka, Wakatipu, Wallace.

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HOW ELECTORATES VOTED., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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HOW ELECTORATES VOTED. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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