THE PENINSULA SEAT.
[pbess association teleobam.] DUNEDIN, January 22,9.15 p.m. There was great excitement felt over the result of the Peninsula election, and several hnndred persons were present at the declaration of the poll. Larnach and Donnelly gave addreses, but Bishop Moran was not present. Larnach was afterwards driven up to Dunedin in a four-in-hand, amid a crowd of enthusiastic and cheering supporters. The following , are the complete returns:—
Larnach. Donnelly. Moran, South Dunedin ... 393 161 126 Portobello ... 80 5 3 Highcliffe ... 37 1 1 Sandy Mount ... 46 1 1 N.E. Harbor ... 24 3 0 Anderson's Bay... 82 11 7 Totals ... G67 162 133 Majority for Larnach, 455.
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THE PENINSULA SEAT., Press, Volume XXXIX, Issue 5405, 23 January 1883
THE PENINSULA SEAT. Press, Volume XXXIX, Issue 5405, 23 January 1883
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