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LYTTELTON BYELECTION.

SECOND BALLOT CONTEST

TO DAY.

Tho tjsoond ballot contest in tbo Lyttelton byeleoiiion is causing a good dull of interest in that portion of the Pdnimifla included in the electorate, and it ia ganarally thought tho Keforro Party's candidate, Mr M J. Miller, will practically get the whole of the Peninsula vote. An effort is baing made to secure all those who did not register their votes at the first ballot. It is thought that Mr Miller will get tbe majority of the Libaral candidate's support, and W|H win tba election, though not by a large majirifcy. Tbp re&ults will be shown at the " Mail " Office, Jolie street, this evening,

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LYTTELTON BYELECTION., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4357, 16 December 1913

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LYTTELTON BYELECTION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4357, 16 December 1913

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