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*Cotterill, J. F. B. (L.) f Kirk, E. J. (N.) i Marks, R. O. C. (R.D.M.) 3 Duffy, S. (D.L.) Majority for Cotterill: 2220. 1938 Election: *J. B. F. Cotlerill (L). 81 H. C. Veitch '(N), 4710. Majority for Cotte 3920. * WELLINGTON CENTRAL. (Number on roll: 17,020.) ' ♦Fraser, P. (L.) « Appleton, W. (N.) I Scrimgeour, C. G. (I.) ■' Hyde, W. J. (I.) •••••• Informal Majority for Fraser: 1133. , 1938 Election: *P. Fraser (L), 9376; Appleton (N), 5539. Majority for Fra 3837. .....' WELLINGTON EAST. (Number on roll: 17.721.) *Semple, R. (L.) " Jacobsen, L. T. (N.) ' Bishop, \V. G. (D.L.) Russell, E. ,C. (I.) •• Barrington, A. C. (C.P.) ■ : Majority for Semple: 2456. 1938 Election: *R. Semple (L), 9618; L. Barker (N), 4882. Majority for Sem 4736. WELLINGTON NORTH. (Number on roll: 17,353.) ♦Chapman, C. H. (L.) < Hislop. T. C. A. (N.) • '■ Herring, H. E. (D.L.) Malcolm. R. C. E. (LG.) Caiman, A. H. (I.) Majority for Chapman: 1872. 1938 Election-: *C. H. Chapman (L), 9! E. M. Gilmer., (X), 6244; T. F. Simpson SO. Majority for Chapman, 3278. WELLINGTON SOUTH. (Number on roll: 15,362.) ♦McKeen. R. (L.) i Toop, E. R. (N.) I Teece, C. S. (D.L.) ] Maddison, T. O. (I.) Majority for\McKeen: 3535. 1938 Election: *R. AlcKeen (L), 10,151; P. Hewlett (N), 3736. ! Majority for McX 6415. WELLINGTON SUBURBS. \ (Number on roll: 21,549.) *Combs, k E. (L.> ! VeUch. W. A. (N,) , < Frame, L. (D.L.) 5 Majority for Combs: 2540. 1938 Election: H. E. Combs (L). 8887; C. Mazengarb (N). 5724. Majority for Coi 3153. . WELLINGTON WEST. (Number on roll: 18,002.) Bowden, C. M. (N.) i ♦Stewart, Mrs. C. (L.) i McDougall, S. (D.L.) Drummond, C. D. (1.G.) Majority for Bowden: 1070. 1938 Election: Mrs. C. Stewart (L), 81 ♦R. A. Wright (I), 7133. Majority for Stew 95C. , WESTLAND. (Number on roll: 11.383.) *O'Brien, J. (L.) ; J Chivers. E. F. (N.) i Majority for OBrlen: 2339. 1938 Election: *J. O'Brien (L), 7631; E, 3729. E."Taylor (IN). 3902. Majority for OBi MAORI ELECTORATES. Eastern: T. OMANA (L.). Northern: T. P. PAIKEA (L.). Western: H. T. RATANA (L.). Southern: E. T. TIRIKATENE (L.). NEW OFFICE IN U.S.A. ;Rec. 11 a.m. RUGBY, Sept. A Washington message states t President Roosevelt announced creation of the Office of Foreign E nomic Administration to centralise activities formerly carried out by. offices of the Lend-Lease Adminisi tion, Foreign Relief and Rehabili tion, and Economic Warfare. Mr. Leo T; Crowley, Director of E nomic Warfare, will become the I eign Economic Administrator. —B-.O

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WANGANUI., Evening Post, Volume CXXXVI, Issue 76, 27 September 1943

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WANGANUI. Evening Post, Volume CXXXVI, Issue 76, 27 September 1943