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LAST OF THE CROP. THE NORTHERN" MA OKI SEAT. [Veb. United Prkss Association.J WELLTXOTOX.. January 19. Information lias been received iu Wol."ington to-day to the effect that a petition tvas lodged yesterday and has been accepted by tin returning ofiiccr. against tho return of Tan Henare for the Northern Maori district on tho ground of irregularities at some of tho polling booth■-,. [This makes three petitions for the Court to deal with. The others are HawkeV Ray (where Th- M'Xab has been declared elected) and Taume.var.m ;Mr W, T. Jennings). No petition was tiled against Mr Parr's return for Eden, the supporters of tl.o Opposition candidate deciding at the fast moment not to take action. The time for lodging further petitions has now rspired]

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ELECTION PETITIONS, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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ELECTION PETITIONS Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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