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NEW SOUTH WALES ELECTIONS.

LIBERALS LEADING. Sydney, December 8,

Mr McGarry, Labourite, ia now ea(e for the Murrambridgee seat. Altogether there will be fourteen second ballots. The Socialist and Beeby Progressive Parties have been completely wiped out: Mr Beeby, accepting" the inevitable, declared that be was now convinced that there was no place for their Party in the Home, The corrected figures for the first i ballot make Liberals (iraling or elected) 44, Labour 43, Independent i The "Sydney Morning Herald" I predicts the final stage after the second ballots will be Liberals 45, Labour 41, Independents 4. The Premier (Mr Holman) expressed satisfaction with the result so far. He anticipates that Labour will fmish the fight with a good working majority; while Mr Wade is hopeful of capturing three seats from Labour, thus securing a raajotity. One of the surprises of the election is the defeat of Mr Levien, the "Father of the Assembly," for TarnWOrtb, which, as an Independent, he represented for thirty-three years. He has never bsen beaten before. With "ab3ent votes" stiil to count, Me Hall, Minister of Justice, baa a majority of 72 at Enmore, where a second ballot will be necessary

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NEW SOUTH WALES ELECTIONS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4356, 9 December 1913

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NEW SOUTH WALES ELECTIONS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4356, 9 December 1913

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