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"A DARK HORSE"

TAU HEXARE'S POSITION, [Per United Press Association. l AUCKLAND, January 7. Tau Henarc, the Northern Maori member, stated to a reporter to-day that he had not been elected as a. supporter of either Mr Massey or Sir Joseph Ware). He stood as an Independent, and contested the election without the help of either party. lie had been returned pledged only to do his best for his constituents. '' I'm a dark horse," ho said, " and absolutely no one knows what I will do with my rote." At present there, is a movement to upset the election on account of the alleged bungling of a returning officer. If the appeal succeed, he said, he ■would again be a candidate, probably as an Independent. He gave the chiefs the opportunity of discussing the position, so that they might-, indicate their new vote, as they were evenly divided, but he was left now to pursue his own course.

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"A DARK HORSE", Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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"A DARK HORSE" Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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