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THE nAWKFS BAY SEAT. j - The result, of the recount is that Dr M'Nab heads, the poll, and the returning officer's official figures are:— Dr M'Nah (O.) ... ... 4.225 H. M. Campbell (if.) 1216 Majority for Dr M'Nah 9 The announcement was loudly cheered '•>•/ '" Dr M'Nab's supporters. fT" B returns on polling nisrht gave Mr Campbell, the late j member, a majoritv of 196. beemtngly 1 the Expeditionary Force vote went largely to the Opposition candidate.] BRUCE. The official figures aret— Hon. .lames Allen (M.) ... 3,084 O. R. .Smith (O.) 2,391 Informal, 54. PATZX ft. V. IVvrcc (M.) .~ ■— 3>°BB W. Morrison (O.) 3.270 'lnformal, 64. Of the abzei.fc votes 71 went to Mr Pearoe and 75 to Mr Morrison. NELSON. The official declaration of the poll tor Nelson, as cmveved by telegraph to the vhiei electoral officer by the returning .efiicti at Nel«t»n, is us tollows:—Subject to the consideration of 26 declarations, . and with about 12 permits to come, the tigures are: —At more 3,310, Field 3,405. Majority 93." TDK OPPOSITION. TO MEET IN WELLINGTON NEXT WEEK. .Sir Joseph Ward, Leader ot the Liberal party, has invited even- member of the Opposition to meet him in conference in Wellington next Tuesday morning. WAIPAWA. [Per Usitkd Press Association.] . DANNKVIRKE, December 17. The official returns show: Hunter (O.) 3,282 Jull (0.l 3,144 Mx Hunter secured 82 absent votes and Mr Jull 106. The informal votes numtarad 96. THE NEW HOUSE. POSITIONS OF PARTIES. HONORS AGAIN EASY. .:■■ ■ —Government. — , {4O seats.) ParneSl : Mr J. S. Dickson (re-elected). Eden: Mr Parr (new member). Maankau : Mr Lang (re-elected). ■.-. Waitemata :Mr Harris (re-elected). f Bar of Islands :Mr Reed (re-elected). ■ Jlarsden :Mr Mander (re-elected). ' Kaipixra : Mr Coates (re-elected). Franklin.: Right Hon. Mr Massey (reelected). Raglan •■ Mr Bollard (re-elected). Waikatd : Mr Youug (re-elected). Thames : Mr Rhodes (re-elected). Taurauga: Hon. Mr Herries (reelected). Waipawa :Mr Hunter (re-elected). . ! Taranaki : Mr Okey (re-elected). Egmont : Mr Wilkinain (re-elertful). Stratford ;- Mr Hine. (re-elected). Patea : Ma- Pearce (re-elected). Pahiatua : Air .Escott (re-elected). Jlasterton : Mr Sykes (re-elected). Palmerston : Mr Buick (re-elected). Oroua : -Mr Guthrie (re-elected). Rangitikci ; Mr E. Newman (re-elected). Otaki : Mr W. H. Field (new memher). Wellington N. : Mr Herdman (resected). Wellington Suburbs : R. A. Wrights (new member). Wellington E. : Dr -Newman (re-elected). NeKon : Mr T. A. Field (new member). ' Motuvka :Mr Hud-son (new member). Ellesniero: Hon. Mr Rhodes (reelected), Ashburuan : Mr Nosworthy (re-elected). Oomaru : Mr Lee (re-elected). CbalmeiVJ t Mr ,T. M. Dickson (new member). •Dxmedin. W. j Mr Stewart (new mem- . ber). Ot««o Ceiitral : .Mr .Scott (re-elected). . Clutha : Mr Malcolm (re-ejected). Bruce : Hon. J. Allen (re-elected). I Wakatipu : Hon. W. Eraser (re-elected). Westers Maori ; Hon. 31. Pornare (re- , fleeted). i Northern. Maori : Tan Henare (new • member). —Opposition.— (33 seats.) Auckland East : -Mr Myers (re-elected). Auckland West : Mr Pooh* (new member). Auckland Central : Mr Glover ireelected). Ohinemuri : "Mr Poland (re-elected). Taumarunui : Mr Jennings (new member!. Boy of Plenty : Mr MaeDonald (reelected). Gisborne 1 aSir James .Carroll (reelected). Napier: Brown lie-elected). 1 Havrke* Bay :Dr M'->ab (new member). Wellington" Central : Mr Fletcher (new member). Waimarino : Mr Smith (re-elected). Hntfc: Mr Wilford (rc-elect«l). Buller > Mr Colvin (re-elected). Wairau: Mr M'Calluni. (re-elected 1. Westland : 3lr Seddou (re-elected). Hnrunui: Mr Forhes (re-eleoted)*. Cferwtchurch N. :'Mr Isitt (re-elected). Chriatchurch E. : Dr Thack?r (new member). » , Christchurch S. : Mr Ell (re-elected). : , Avon :Mr Russell (re-elected). Riccarton : 'Mr Witty (re-elected). Selwyn : Mr Dickie (re-elected). Temuka.: Mr Talbot (new member). Waitaki : Mr Anstey (new member). Timaru : J. Craigie' (re-elected). jDunedin South : Mr Sidey (re-elccte<l;. Wallace: Mr Thomson (re-elected). Invercargill : Mr Hanan (re-elected). Awarua : >Sir Joseph Ward (re-elected). Wairarapa : Mr Horasby (new member). Eastern Maori ; A. T. Ngata (reelected). Southern Maori : T. Pa rata (reelected). - —Labor.— ; (7 seats.) 1 Gre-v Lynn :Mr Payne (re-elected). S. : Mr Hinclmarsh (re- ■ elected). ; Wanganui :Mr Veitch (re-elected). • Grey: Mr Webb (re-elected). Duiiedin North : Mr Walker (new member). ~ liyttelton : Mr M'Combe (re-elected). Dunetlin Central: Mr Munro (newmemb«r). /" SrMMARV. ■ { Sat in last Parliament: 63* ! NeTvr memberit fa t

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THE ELECTIONS, Issue 15678, 17 December 1914

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THE ELECTIONS Issue 15678, 17 December 1914

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