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THE LICENSING ISSUES

LATER DETAILS. NATIONAL PROHIBITION. Waitemata.—Continuance 3,934, Prohibition 4,371. Ohinemuri.—Continuance 2,948, Prohibition 2,549. Franklin.—Continuance 2,879, Prohibition 3,429. Bay of Islands.—Continuance leading by 200. Bay of Plenty.—Continuance 5,348, Prohibition 2,743. Wellington City (including South, Central, and East). —Continuance 13,441, Prohibition 9,279, informal 772. Mataura.—Continuance 5,513, Prohibition 2,597. TemuJco.—Continuance 2,790, Prohibition 2,622. Wairan.—Continuance 3,642, Prohibition 2.661. Clutha.—Continuance 2,301, Prohibition 2,533, informal 81. Ramritikei.—Continuance 2,798, Prohibition 2,356. LOCAL OPTION. Ohinemuri.—For Restoration 2,849, against 2,659. Raglan.—Continuance leading by 600 votes. Waitemata.—No-lioense 4,211, Continuance 4,033. Bay of Plenty.—Continuance 3,601, Nolicense 2,403. Wellington City (including South. Central, and East).—-Continuance 13,999, Nolicense 8,730, informal 709. Mataura.—For Restoration 2.222, against 2.658. Tennika.—Continuance 3.020, No-license 2,433. Wairaai.—Continuance 3,811, No-license 2,468. OJrKha. —Restoration 2,201, No-lioenso 2.599, informal 76. Rangitikei.—Continuance 2,988, Nolicense" 2,115. Our own at Christchurch wires:—ln regard to the licensing poll. Mr Nordon (secretray of the Licensed Victuallers’ Association) says: “ 1 fee] very pleased that the people of the Dominion express in such decided terms their disapproval of National Prohibition.”

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THE LICENSING ISSUES, Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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THE LICENSING ISSUES Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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