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Nominations. [By Telegraph.] [UNITED PR ESS ASSOCIATION.

17th Soptcmbor. Manukau.— Sir G. M. O'Rorke and S. S. O-iborno wero nominated, the Bhow of hands boing in fiivonr of Sir G. M. O'Rorke. South Franklin. — Major Harris, Major Hamlin, and F. B. Kingsford wore nominated, tho show of hands was in favour of Major Harris. Rotlnoy.— Messrs. W. P. Moat, A. Colbeck, J. Hudson, and J. Palmer wore nominated. Inangahna. — Mr. Tl. Reeves being tho only candidate nominated was declared duly olectod. Tho announcement was rocoivrd by a largo assemblage with tumultous cheers. Up to a late hour on Saturday night Mr. Reeves had recoivod ovor a hundred congratulatory tolcgrams from all parts of the colony. Waipawa.— Messrs. Harkor, Lasoollrs, Sutton, and Tanner wer« nominatod. Tho hliow of hands was in favour of Harker. A poll was demanded. Akaroa.— Mossrs. M'Grogor, Armstrong, Joblin, Anson, Barrett, and Thackor were nominatod. Tho show of hands was:— M'Gregor, 31 ; Armstrong, 20 ; Joblin, 12 ; Anson, 10 ; Barrett, 9 ; Thaokor, 7. A poll was domandod. Mount Ida. — MoSHrs. Scobie Mackenzie and Owon Hodgo wore nominatod. This Dat. Kumara.— Mr. R. J. Soddon was oloctod unopposed. Thames. — Messrs. William Frasor, James McGovran, and John Frator, wero nominated. The bliow of hands waa— Fraser, 151; MoGowan, 119 ; Fritter, 58. Waikato.— Messrs. J. B. White and George Rusboll wero nominated. Corotnar.del. — Messrs. A. J. Cadman and Jamos Mackay were nominated. Greymouth. — Messrs. A. R. Guinnoss and Joseph Potrio wore nominated. The (how of hands was Petrie, 87 ; Guinness, 37. Auckland West.— Messrs. D. Goldio, J. M. Shora, and E. W. Morrison were nominated. The show of hands was— Goldie, 100 ; Shera, 62 ; Morrison, 50. ¦ ¦~ ¦ »' Oatnafn.— Messrs. T. W. Hialop, W/H. Firth, and John Church woro nominated. The show of hands was— Hislop, 88 ; Firth, 22 : Chnroh, 7. Auokland Central —Sir Qoorge Grey was retnrnod unopposed. Franklin North.— Messrs W. F. Buokland and Frank Lawry were nominated. Manterton. — Mossrs. Goorge Bcotham, A. W. Hogg, and H. S. Hawkins woro nominated. The show of bands was—Beetham, 123 ; Hogg, 65 ; Hawkins, 64. Egmont. — Major Atkinson and Mr. F. M'Guiro were nominatod. Tho proceedings woro very disorderly. The show of hands was in favour of M'Guire. Newton. —Messrs. J. A. Tole, E. Withy, and — Garrett were nominated: The show of hands was— Withy, 153 ; Tole, 111 ; Garrett, 45. Sydonham.— Meßsrs. R. M. Taylor and W. Crewß were nominated. The show of hands was Crews, 87 ; Taylor, 83. St. Albans. — Messrs. F. J. Garriok and W. P. Rooves were nominated. The' show of hands was Garriok, 126 ; Reeves, 30. Linwood.— Mesßrs. D. Reeso, J. T. Partridge, A. Loughrey, and W. Fleshor woro nominatod. The show of hands was— Loughrey, 109; Fleahor, 106; Reese, 30; Partridge, 8. Lyttolton.— Messrs. H. Allwright and J. Joyce wore nominated. The show of hands was— Joyce, 37 ; Allwright, 28. Hoathcote. — Messrs. F. Joneaand — Hopkins woro nominated. The formor had a arge majority in tho show of hands. Timarn.— Messrs. R. Turnbull and E. G. Korr woro nominatod. The nominations for Nelson, Ashley, Clutha, Taieri, Dunstan, and Lincoln took place to-day, but the Proas Association has not Bent ns the results.

Tho following nominations take placo tomorrow, and will completo tho list : — Wellington East, Wairarapa, Dunedin South, Dunedin Central, Dnnodin East, Roslyn, Caversbam, Peninsnla, Dunedin West, Wanganui, and Ponsonby. We are not aware whether Marsden is to-day or to-morrow. CANDIDATES NOMINATED. O, Opposition ; M, Ministerialist ; X>, doubtful ; *, late raomber j fi sat in a previous Parliament. Taranaki — Motuoka— R. Trimble* ... O R. Hnrßthouse*... O John Elliott ... D John Kerr* M Thomas Kellyt ... M Manawatu— G. A. Marohant... O D. H. Macarthur* O Waihemo— L. G. West M J. C.Buokland*... O Invercargill — JohnM'Konzie**.. M J. Hatch* M New Ply month— J. Mitohell O O. Samuol* M H. Jaggars M E. M. Smith ... M W Tanner D E. Dockrell O Christch'ch North— Wairau — Sir Julius Vogol* M Henry Dodson*... O H.Roberts O S. J. Maoalister... M Waitaki— Geo. Henderson... M T. Dunoan* M Avon— John Reid O E. Blake* M Bruce— E. G. Wrightt ... O Donald Reid« ... M ABhburton— J. C. Andorson . . O W. C. Walker* ... M Mataura— C. W. Purnoll ... O G. F. Richardson* O Awarua— J. M'lntosh D J. W. Bainf ... O Hokonui— G. Froggatt D C. Cowan* M' J. G. Ward M A. Baldy D " Waimate— Gladstone— W. J. Steward*... M A. E.G.Rhodes... O C. V. Clarke .. D J. Tworaey M John Manchester O F.Franks D Chrißtoh'oh South — Hawke's Bay— W. B. Peroival ... M Cant. Enssell* .. O A. Ayors M A. Desmond . . M H. Thomsonf ... O Bay of Islands— Hutt— R. Hobbs* O H. S.Fitzherbert* M John Lnndonf ... M Thomas Masonf... O Waipa— Wellington South Major Jaoksonf... O and Suburbs — J.Campbell M C. B. Izard O J. Teasdale D John Coombo ... M D. Maxwell D Napier — Selwyn— J. D. Ormond* ... O Sir John Hallf ... O Joseph Ivess* ... M J. M'Laohlan ... M Rangitata— Cheviot— W. Rolloston* ... O J. D. Lance* ... M W. Palmer M — M'Fariano ... D S. Buxton M Tnapeka— — Searle D J. C. Brown* ... M Port Chalmers — J. Bennett O J. Mills* O WaikaiJ. Greent O Capt. Maokenziet D Tauranga— H.B.Valentino... O R. J. Gill O F. S. Canning ... O Win. Kellyf ... M Foxton— H. Kerr M J. G. Wilson* ... O Hokitika— E. Thynno O J. Bevan* M H. Sauson O J. Grimmond ... D Waitotara — Buller — John Bryce* ... O E O'Conor* ... M G. Hutohiaon ... M" J. Munrot M John Morgan ... M East Coast— Kaiapoi — A. Macdonaldt ... M E. Riohardson*... M A. Graham O R. Mooro . M M. J. Gannon ... O Auokland North — Rongitikei— S.Vai.e O R. 0. Bruce* ... O T. Thompson* ... O J. Stevenst O W. H. Farnallf... M F. Arkwright .. O Waitonmta— Wallace— R. Monk* O H. Hirst* O Header Woodt ... O S. Hodgkinsonf... O Parnell— T. Dsniolt ... M F. J. Moss* , . M J. M'lntyre D Seymour Georget O Woodville— Eden— H. Baker . ... O E. Mitohelson* ... O W. W. M'Cardle O J. A. Connell ... O W. C. Smith* ... M Waimea-Picton— Te Aro— A. P. Seymourt-- O A. S. Menteath* O C. H. Mills M F. H. Fraser* ... M J. G. Harkness ... M Thorndon — Manukan— A.Newman* ... O SirG.M.O'Rorke* O W. M'Lean M S. S. Osborne D Rodney — Franklin South— W. P. Moat* ... O Major Hamlin* ... O A.Colbeokf O Major Harrisf ... M J. Hudson D F. B. Kingsford... O J. Palmer D Waipawa — Akaroa— A. R. Lascelles ... M F. A. Anson ... O F. Suttont O W. Barnett M T. Tanner . 0 G. Armstrong! ... D J. Harker . ... M G. R. Joblin ... M Mount Ida— — M'Gregor ... O Scobie Mackenzie* O — Thacker D J. O. Hodge ... M THE MAOBI ELECTION. The following aro the complete returns for the Western and Southern Maori electorates :— Western electorate— Hoani Taipua, 1067 ; Ormsby, 198 ; Pepene Eketone, 153; Takarangi Mete Kingi, 41. Sonthern electorate— Pratt, 140; Kohn, 103; Ellison, 103; Tikao,72. MEMBERS ELECTED. Northern Maori — Sydney Tai whanga O Eastern Maori— James Carroll ... O Western Maori— H. Taipua* ... O Southern Maori— T. Pratt* M Wakatipu— T. Fergus* O Inangahna — R. Reovest 11 Auokland Central— Sir Geo. Grey*... O Kimiara— lt. J. Scddon'' M Iho 'innual ball of the Widow and Orphans' Sooiety, 1.0.0. F., M.U., will be held on Thursday next, at the Reohabite Hall, Manners-street.

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Nominations. [By Telegraph.] [UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATION., Evening Post, Volume XXXIV, Issue 69, 19 September 1887

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