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OTHER CONTESTS

Results of the preliminary count after the polling in other electorates are appended : — NORTH ISLAND AUCKLAND CENTRAL. A. E. Glover (L.) „ . 3832 M. Savage (S.D.) 1671 W. Richardson (1.) 1253 Liberal majority 2161 1911.-Glover, A. E. (L.), 4061; Savage, M. J. (S.), 1800; Gleeson, J. C: (1.L.), 1171; Richardson, W. (P.), 601. Liberal majority, 2261. AUCKLAND EAST. A. M. Myers (L.) 4860 A. R. Holmes (R.) 2443 Liberal majority 2417 1911.— Myers, A. M. (L.), 4485; Withy, J. (Lab.), 2490. Liberal majority, 1995. AUCKLAND WEST. C. H. Poole (L.) 4705 J. H. Bradney (R.) 3331 Liberal majority 1374 1911.— Bradney, J. H. (R.), 4273; Poole, C H. (L.), 3146. Reform majority, 1127. BAY OF ISLANDS. V Reed (R.) 2222 P. Buck (L.) 2122 G. Wilkinson (R.) 1562 Reform majority 100 1911.— Reed, V. H. (L.), 2671; Wilkinson, (R.), 2488. Liberal majority, 183. BAY OF PLENTY. A Press Association telegram states that the Bay of Plenty system has broken down somewhere, with 60 on the Northern side to come. Mr. MacDonald (L.) has a very^Buostantial lead over Mr. K. S. Williams (R.). 1911.— MacDonald, W. D. S. '(L.), 3177; De Latour, H. D. (R.), 2642. Liberal majority, 535. EDEN. C. J. Parr (R.) 5019 W. R. Tuck (1.L.) 2647 W. Richards (S.D.) 1655 Reform majority 2372 1911.— Bollard, J. (R.), 3629; Speight, W. J. (L.), 2966. Reform majority, 663. EGMONT. C. A. Wilkinson (R.) 3135 D. L. A. Astbury (L.) 2299 Reform majority 836 A few returns to come cannot change the position. 1911.— Mackenzie, T. (L.), 3009 ; Dive, B. (R.), 2682. Liberal majority, 217. By-election, 17th September, 1912—Wilkinson, C. A. (R.), 2721 ; Astbury, D L. A. (L.), 2139. .Liberal majority, 582. fral^kmn. Rt. Hon. W. F. Massey (R.) ... 4544 J. C. Glass (L.) 1810 Reform majority 2734 Five returns to come. 1911.— Massey. W. F. (R.), 3779; M'Larin, J. W (L.), 1816. Reform majority, 1968. GISBORNE. Sir James Carrol] (L.) ... ... 4516 H. do Latour (R.) 3255 G Smith (P.) 64 Liberal majority ... ... 1261 (Four small returns to come.) 1911.— Carroll, James (L.), unopposed. GREY LYNN. J. Payne (S.D.) 2900 G. Fowlds (L.) 2788 Murdoch M'Lean (R.) 2714 Social Democrat majority ... 112 1 1911.— First ballot:. Fowlds, G. (L.), ,

3117 ; Payne, J. (I.Lab.), 2191 ; Murray, W. H. (R-), 1568. Second ballot : Payne, J. (I. Lab.), 3740; Fowlds, G. (L.), 3432. Independent Labour majority, 38. HAWKES BAY. ' H- M. Campbell (R.) 4156 R. M'Nab (L.) . . „. 3950 Reform majority 206 Three small returns to come which cannot ,aff ect the result. 1911.— First ballot: Campbell, H. M. (R.), 2769 ; Simson, H. I. (L-), 1807 ; Clapham, G. S. (Lab.). 940; Fraser, A. ! L. D. (L.), 925; Lane, Eustace (I. Lab.), 401. Second ballot : Campbell, H. M. (R.), 3980; Simson, H. I. (L.), 2873. Reform majority, 1107. KAIPARA. J G. Coates (R.) 3359 F. Hoe (L.) 2174 Reform majority 1185 Seven small returns to come. 1911.— First ballot: Stallworthy, J. (L.), 2301; Coates, J. G. (1.L.), 1843; Field, E. T. (1.R.), 848. Second ballot: Coates, J. G. (1.L.), 2744; Stallworthy, J. (L.), 2172. Independent majority, 572. MANUKAU. F W. Lang (R.) 5195 J. M. M'Larin (L.) ... ... 4005 Reform majority ' ... „.. 1190 1911.— Lang, F. W. (R.), 3965; Stewart, R. D. (L.), 1658; Morton, J. B (L.), 1435. Reform majority, 2307. MARSDEN. F. Mander (R.) 3396 E. C. Purdie (L.) 2445 Reform majority 951 Last election.— Mander, F. (R.) s 3093} Purdie (L.), 2555. Reform maioritv. 538. J " MASTERTON. G. R. Sykes (R.) ..,. 3107 A. W. Hogg (L.) ... _.. ... 2930 Reform majority 177 Three small returns to come, which cannot affect result. 1911.— First ballot: Hogg, A. W. (I.), 2366 ; Sykes, G. R. (R.), 2293 ; Herbert, A. H. (B.), 1327. Second ballot : Sykes, G.R. (R.), 3245; Hogg, A. W. (I.), 2664. Reform majority, 581. NAPIER. J. V. Brown (L.) 4607 G. W. Venables (R.) 2474 Liberal majority 2133 1911.— Brown, J. V. (L-), 3920; Hill, H. T. (Lab.), 2856 Liberal majority, 1064. OROUA. D. H. Guthrie (R.) 3180 J. Morrison (L.) ... „, ... 2100 Reform majority 1080 1911.— Guthrie, D. H. (R.), 3176; Hornblow, R. E. (L.), 2084. Reform majority 1092. OTAKI. W. H. Field (R.) ... " 2965 J. Robertson (S.D.) 2314 Reform majority 651 1911.— First ballot: Field, W. H. (L.), 1743; Robertson, J. (Lab.), 1280; Monckton, C. A. W. (R.), 1155 ; Brown, B. P. (R-), 1028. Second ballot: Robertson, J. (Lab.), 2517; Field, W. H. (L.), 2496. Labour majority, 21. PATEA. G. V. Pearce (R.) 3308 W. Morrison (L.) 3204 Reform majority l 104 1911.— Pearce; G. V. (R.), 3246; ODea, P. (L.), 2286; Train F. (L.), 536. Reform' majority, ■ 960. ff PARNELL. J. S. Dixon (R.) 5078 J. J. Sullivan (Lab.) 3955 F. Lawry (L.) 20 Reform majority 1123 1911.— First ballot: Dickson J. S. (1.R.), 3585; Findlay, J. G. (L.), 2971; Mack, M. J. (Lab.), 1557. Second ballot: Dickson, J. S. (1.R.) "4264; Findlay J. G. (L.), 3826. Independent Reform majority, 438. OHINEMURI. H. Poland (L.) 2889 J. Clark (R.) ... r 2750 Liberal majorily ... v ... 139 1911.— Firet^Ballot : Poland, H. (L.), 2791; Hickey, P. H. (S.), 1674; JU'Robie, N. (R.), 1547; Fletcher, C. A. J. (1.R.), 48. Second Ballot: Poland, H. (L.), 3341; Hickey, P. H. (S.), 2134. Liberal majority, 1207. PALMERSTON. D.<Buick (R.) 2749 S. W. Thorn (S.D.) 1685 H. Crabbe (L.) 1*76 J. A. Nash (R.) 1047 RafoTm majority ... 1064 1911.— Buick, D. (R.),'3374j M'Nab, R. (L.), 2542; Thomson, W. (1.R.), 748; Milverton, W. (I.), 88. Reform majority, 832. PAHIATUA. J. H. Eecott (R.) \ ... 2872 J. E. Mathews (L.) ... \ ... 2171 Reform majority }. 701 1911.— First Ballot: Eecott, J. H\ (R.), 2281; Ross, R. B. (L.), 2093; Hawkins, W. H. (I.), 862. Second Ballot: Escott, J. H. (R.), 2882 ; Ross, R. B. (L.), 2309. Reform majority, 573. RAGLAN. R. F. Bollard (R.) 2312 W. D. Thompson (L.) • 1491 — Furniss (S.D.) 34 Reform majority 821 Fifteen returns to come. 1911— Fimt Ballot: Bollard, R. F. (R,), 2435* Bell, A. (1.R.), 894; Droomgool, J. C (L.), 750; Duncan, W. (L.), 742; Hewitt, R. B. D. (LL.) 470. Second Ballot: Bollard, R. F. (R.), 2782; Bell', A. (1.R.), 1863. Reform majority, 919. RANGITIKEI. E. Newman (R.) 3063 R. E. Hornblow (L.) 2236 Reform majority 827 1911.— Newman, E. (R.), 3065; Meldrum, W. (L.), 2937; Collins, C. B. (I.) 295. Reform majority, 1028. STRATFORD. J. B. Hine (R.) .. ... h .. 2848 W. H. Hawkins (L.) 2168 Reform majority 680 One small return to come. 1911.— Hine, J. B. (R.), 3006, M'Cluggage, J. (L.), 2576. Reform majority, 430. TAUMARUNUI. , J W. T. Jennings (L.) 3783 C. K. Winson (R.) ... , 3631 F. Shortland (1.R.) 21 j Liberal majority 152 1911. Wilson, C. K. (R.), 2746; Jennings, W. T. (L.), 2621. Reform maI jority, 125. THAMES. T. W. Rhodes (R.) 3014 E. H. Taylor (L.) 2745 Reform majority . . 269 Small returns to come. 1911. Rhodes, T..W. (L.), 2789; Taylor, E. H. (1.L.), 2717. Liberal majority, i 66«. 1

TARANAKI. H. Okey (R.) 3632 D. J. Hughes (L.) ... •» - 2498 Reform majority 1134 Only one small return to come. 1911.— Okey, H. J. H. (R.), 3315; Bellringer, C. E. (L.), 2561; Forbes, W. (1.R.), 343. Reform majority, 654. TAURANGA. Hon. W. H. Herries (R.) ... 4262 R. D. Stewart (L.) 2347 Reform majority 1915 One small return to come. 1911.— Herries, W. H. (R.), 3790; King, R. (L.), 1849. Reform majority, 1941. WAIMARINO. R. W. Smith (L.) 3475 H. M. Speed (R.) 1996 Liberal majority 1479 Small returns to come. 1911.— First ballot : Smith, R. W. (L.), 2805; Hockly, F F. (R.), 2440; Ivess, J. (L.), 449. * Second ballot: Smith, R. W. (L.), 3071; Hockly, F. F. (R.), 2591. Liberal majority, 480. WAIPAWA. G. Hunter (R.) .. 3205 A. E. Jull (L.) 3068 Reform majority ... 137 1911.— Hunter, G. (R.), 3389; Jull, A. E. (L.), 2829. Reform majority, 569. WAIRARAPA. J. T. M. Hornsby (L.) 3056 Sir W. C. Buchanan (R.) ... 3034 Liberal majority 22 Territorial and absent voters still to come. 1911.— Buchanan, W. C. (R.), 2950} Hornsby, J. T. M. (L.), 2825; Tanner, C. M. (L.), 88. Reform majority, 125. WAIKATO. J. A. Young (R.) 4038 A. Scholes (L.) 2302 Reform majority ... ... 1736 More returns to come, but they cannot alter the result. 1911.— Young, J. A. (1.R.), 3846; Greenslade, H. J. (L.), 2718. Independent Reform majority, 1128. V WAITEMATA. A. Hams- (R.) 4669 H. C. Tewsley (L.) . ... 3721 Reform majority . 948 1911.— First ballot: Napier, W. J. (L.), 3064; 'Harris, A. (R.), 2787; Alison, E. W., jun. (I.), 1375. Second ballot: Harris, A. (R.), 3823; Napier, W. J. (L.), 3416. Reform majority, 407. WANGANUI. W. A. Veitch (Lab.) 3227 F Pirani (R.) 2387 J. T. Hogan (L.) 2056 Labour majority 840 1911.— First ballot : Veitch, W. A. (Lab.), 2295; Hogan, J T. (L.), 2220; Hutchison, G. (R.), 1690; Mackay, C. E. (1.L.), 1117 Second ballot : Veitch, W. A. (Lab.), 4115; Hogan, J. T. (L.), 2959. Labour majority, 1156.

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OTHER CONTESTS, Evening Post, Volume LXXXVIII, Issue 141, 11 December 1914

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