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ELECTION NOMINATIONS. Wbstport, November 30. Eugene O'Connor and John Munro were nominated to-day for the Buller election. The show of hands was in favor of O'Connor. Waimea, November 30. At the nomination for Waimea to-day the show of hands was in favor of Mr Joseph Shephard. Mr James Crowe Richmond demanded a poll. Tauranga, November 30. The following candidates were nominated at noon to day : — George Vesey Stewart, G. B. Morriu, William Kelly, < and U. T. Rowe. The result of show of hands was greatly in favor of Mr Stewart. Thames, November 30. The nomination of candidates took place at noon to-day. There were only two nominated, John Sheehan (barrister), and William James Speight, (engineer.) There were 106 hands held up for Mr Sheehan, and 125 for Speight. A poll was demanded. Motueka, November 20. At the Motueka nomination to-day the show of hands was in favor of Mr Hursthouae, the numbers being Hurßthouse 28, Gibbs 6, Huddlestone 6. A poll was demanded by Mr Gibbs. TiMAETT, November 30. Messrs R. Turnball, J. T. Partridge, and J. J. Gibson, were nominated for the Timara seat to-day. The show of hands was in favor of Mr Turnbull Reefton, November 30. The nominations took place at noon to-day at Inangahua, when the following were proposed .-—Messrs Thomas S. Weston, Richard H. Reeves, and William M'Lean. A poll was demanded. lirvEBOABOiLJi, November 30. The following candidates were nominated to-day for Awarua eleotoral district :— Messrs A. Kinross, J. W. Bain, D. Smith, and J. P. Joyce. The ahow of hands was in favor of the last named. Gisbobne, November 30. At the nomination to-day the show of hands was in favor of Mr M'Donald, the numbers being M'Donald 47, Locke 17, Gannon 3, Porter 4. Donstan, November 30. W. Fraser and V. Pyke were nominated to-day. The show of hands for Pyke was 15, Eraser 9. Poet Chalmers, November 30. Mr Macandrew being the only candidate was declared duly elected, Cheisiohuroh, November 30. Nominations for Cheviot, St Albans Akaroa, and Lincoln, take place tomorrow. Ashburion, November 30. The nominations for Wakanui seat take place on Friday, and for Ashburton the day following. O'Reilly, a candidate in the former, broke his collar bone by being thrown from his horse on Saturday night whilst riding to Rakaia to address the eleetora, *
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TELEGRAMS., Grey River Argus, Volume XXIV, Issue 4136, 1 December 1881
TELEGRAMS. Grey River Argus, Volume XXIV, Issue 4136, 1 December 1881
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