NORTHERN MAORI ELECTION.
DR. BUCK'S RETURN ASSURED. (By Telegraph.— Own Correspondent.) RUSSELL, Sunday. Nearly all the returns are now in for the Northern Maori election. The present available totals give Takuta te Rangi Hiroa (Dr. Buck) a total of 1508 against a total of 1192 for the other eight candidates, the nearest individual number 'being Kaka Porowini, with 296' votes. fZy Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) WfIIiNGTON, this day. Sir Joseph Ward regards the return of Dr. Buck for the Northern Maori electorate by such a large majority as an em-, phatic declaration by the natives that' they are satisfied with the course of legislation th e Government has pursued He says Dr. Buck will make a most' worthy successor to the late member
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