THE NEW HOUSE.
The following: is a oorraot lißt of the now House of Representatives, with the latest classification aB Ministerial, Opposition, or Doubtful :— Allen, W. S. (D)-Te Aroha ♦Atkinson, Sir H. A. (M)— Egmont •Ballanoe, John (o)— Wnnganui fßuokland, W. P. (D)-Manuknu Buiok, T. L (O)-Wairau •Blake, E. (O)-Avon •Bryoe, John (D)-Waikato •Buchanan, W. 0. (M)--Wairarap» •Cadman, A. J. (o;— Thames ♦Carroll, J. (M)— Eastorn Maori Carnorosß, W. (o)— Taieri Dawßon, W. (o)— Dunedin Suburbs Duthie, J. (D)— Wellington Drake, J. (o)— lnangahua ♦Dunoan, T. (o)— Oamaru Earnshaw, W. (0) -PoninBula •Fergus. T. (M) - Wakatipu •Fish, H. S. (0)-Dunodiu •Fishor, 6. (o)— Wellington •Goldie, D. (M) -Newton •Guinnee6, A. it. (o)— Greymouth •Hamlin, E. (M)-Frauklin •Hall, Sir J. (MJ-Ellesmere Houston, B. M. (D)— Bay of Islands •Harknoss, J. G. (M)— Welsou Hogg, A. W. 10)— Mostorton tHutohison, W. (O)-Dunedin •Hutohieon, G. (O)— Waitotara •Joyce, J. (O)— Banks •Joneß, W. Hall (o)— Timaru •Kelly, W. (O)-Kast Coast Kelly, J. (o)— lnveroargill •Ltfwry, F. (D)-ParneH •Mitohelson, E. (M)— Eden Meredith, E. (M)-Ashley Mooro,-E. (ID— Kaiapoi •Mackenzie, Soobie (M) — Mount Ida •Mackenzie, John (o)— Waitaki •Maokeneie, T. (M)-Olntha Mftcdonald, T. K. (o)— Wellington •Maearthur, D H (M)-Eangitikei M'lntoßh, J. (O)-Wallaoo •Mills, J. (M)-Port Chalmers Mills, 0. (o)— Waimea-Pioton •Newman, A. K. (M)— Hntt •O'Conor, E. (D)~ Bullor •Peroeva.l, W. B. (0)-Christohuroh Pinkorton, D. (o)— Dnnedin Calmer, J. (D)— Waitemata •Pratt, T. (O)-Sonthern Maori •Reeves, W. P. (Oj-Christohuroh •Kiohardaon, 6. F. (M)— Mataura fKoUeaton, W. (M)-HaLswell •Rhodes, A. E. G. (M.)— Herald ine •Eobeoll, W. (M)— Hawke's Bay tßoes, W. L. (o)— Auckland •launders, A. (D)— Selwyn Phera, J M. (o)— Auckland, •Smith, W. 0. (O)-Waipaws, Smith, E. M. iO)-New Plymouth •iJeddon, B. J. (o)— Wentland •Steward, W. J. (o)— Waimate Swan, G. H. (M)-Napier Tanner, W. W. (O)-Heathoota •Thompson, R. (M)— Marsden •Thompson, T.jD)— Auokknd fThomson, J. W.,(M) -Bruce •ray lor, B/M. (o)— Christohnroh •Taipua, H. (o)— Wostern Maori ♦Valentine, H. S. (M)— Tuapeka •Ward, J. G. (O)-Awarua tWright, E. G. (M)-Aehburton *V7ilson, J. G. (M)— Palmerston • Signifies that the member Rat in tho last Parliament. + That he sat in some previous Parliament. 37; U Do m ubtfuTlo! niSterial> 26} OPPOSitiOn ' Mr. George Beetham's defeat for the Maaterton seat has excited general regret throughout this provinoial district and amont?gt the members of the late House, irrespective of party. Mr. Boetham was personally one of the most popular mon in tho House, and he was thoroughly " straight" politically. As a consistent freetrader he was muoh opposed to the action of &ir Harry Atkinson in introducing a protective tariff, but he nevertheless, on general grounds, remained loyal to that leader. This was the more oreditable, as Mr. Beetham was passed over when the Cabinet was chosen, although he had every right to expeot the offer of a seat. He was always attentive to his Parliamentary duties when in the oolony, and was a thoroughly good member for Wellington generally. The complete returns for Waitotara are— Hutchison, 953; Bruce, 931. Universal regret is expressed throughout the colony at Sir Manrioe O'Eorke's defeat, ' and an oqnally general opinion prevails that he Bhonld at once be called to the Legislative Council. |Br Tklkokaph.J (unitxd pbkBB association. ) Gbxtmodth, This Dat. After sorntiny the totals show— Guinness. 1109 ; Jones, 1090.
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THE NEW HOUSE., Evening Post, Volume XL, Issue 137, 8 December 1890
THE NEW HOUSE. Evening Post, Volume XL, Issue 137, 8 December 1890
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