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THE GENERAL ELECTION.

THE LYTTELTON SEAT

There was a good deal of excitement over the Lyttelton election on the Peninsula. The voting at the follow ing Peninsula booths—Charteris Bay, Governor's Bay, Le Bon's Bay, Little Akaloa, Okain'a Bay, Pigeon Bay, Port Levy, Purau and Teddington —waa McCombß 289, Miller 316. Following are the results : —

M'Corab3. Miiler. Courthouse (principal).. 813 4(10 Charteris Bay .. .. 5 21 Governor's Bay .. 17 40 Lyttolton (Oddfellows' Hall .. .. -104 196 Heathooto .. .. 1G5 91 Lβ Bon's Bay .. .. 27 53 Little Akalru .. .. 32 58 Oktrin's Btsy .. .. 01 25 Opawa 4G1 2.S0 Packwood ... ., 22:; ijl'.i Pigeon Bay .. . .■ r>7 H7 PorfcLevy ,. .. 10 HO Purau ai 18 lUdeUIs 153 162 St. Martins .. .. 203 92 Sumner 231 304 Teddington .. .. 13 25 Woolfton (Oddfellows' Hall 558 102 WoolBton (School) .. 684 136 Totals .. .. 4184 260a

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THE GENERAL ELECTION., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3461, 15 December 1914

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THE GENERAL ELECTION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3461, 15 December 1914

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