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FURTHER RESULTS NATIONAL PROHIBITION. Kaipara.—'For Prohibition, 2,507; against Prohibition, 2,178. Alanukau.—For Prohibition,' 5,189; against Prohibition, 4,193. Alarsden. For Prohibition, 3,212; against Prohibition, 2,496. Raglan.—For Prohibition, 3,571; against Prohibition, 2,812. Thames. For Prohibition, 2,399; against Prohibition. 3.073. Auckland.— For Prohibition, 10,046; against Prohibition, 11.540. Taumarunui.—For Prohibition. 2,486 ; against Prohibition, 3.712. Gisborne. —For prohibition, 3.263; against Prohibition, 5.505. Hawke's Bay.—For Prohibition. 2,354; against Prohibition, 2,125. Wainiarino. For Prohibition, 827; against Prohibition, 1.653. Stratford.—For Prohibition, 2650; against Prohibition, 2.102. Nelson. For Prohibition, 1,828; against Prohibition, 2,143. -Waitaki. For Prohibition, 2,600; against Prohibition, 2.6C9. Christchurch.—For Prohibition, 11,556; against. Prohibition, 12,501. Ellesmere. For Prohibition, 2.192; against Prohibition, 2.629. Waitaki. For, Prohibition, 2,852; against Prohibition, 2,393. Egmont. For Prohibition, 3.061; against Prohibition, 2,350. LOCAL OPTION. Egmont.—For Continuance, 2,695; Nolicense, 2,672. NOT DOWNHEARTED. The Rev. W. J. Comrie (chairman of the executive cf the New Zealand Alliance), in the course of an interview at Wellington yesterday, said: " There appears to have been a falling off in tho vqte for Nolicense and Prohibition. I am not surprised at it under tho present circumstances, and I do not look upon it as an indication that tho growth of the Prohibition vote has been permanently checked. I recognise that all great reforms are achieved slowly and through many difficulties, and occasional reverses. ‘lt’s a long, long way to Tipperary,’ but we are not downhearted.”

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THE LICENSING POLLS, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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THE LICENSING POLLS Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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