MR STATHAM RESIGNS
WILL HECf)NTi:ST f'KXTHAL.
Mr C. K. Sfnthani has definitely decided to resign tlio Puncdin Central spat, and (. reeontest another election. He had r.Y. along determined that. if, on the recount ho won tho <-n.'it. through any technicalities- or informalities iii the ballot paper,, be. would resign and rcen r ,t"st the teat,: hut in rlefevpiier to tho wishes of some < f his fr'tendi find Mippnrte'rs ho refrained from making any hnMy d-clnration Further consideration of tho natter has. however, not altered hi- views in tho least, and ho has determined to adhere to his original d<-ci-ion. Ho strifes th.Tfc tho elec tion was fin unsatisfactory one. both for his opponent. .Mr Mtimo, anrl himoslf, and ho fee!< that t!;o only fn!r and proper course i- for th'-ni U> fight the election over again.
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MR STATHAM RESIGNS, Evening Star, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914
MR STATHAM RESIGNS Evening Star, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914
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