NOMINATIONS. (ONITEDPBESS ASSOCIATION.) . Hokitika, November 27. Richard John Seddon was nominated fo; Westland seat m the House. Napieb, November 26. . The nominations for Havrke's Bay an Capt. Bussell and C. W. Beardon ; Waipawa W. C. Smith, and Geo. Hunter ; Napier, G H. .Swan, and M. J. Gannon. ■■ Twenty-six returns out of sixty-four have been received for the Eastern Maori district; these include nearly half the votes. The oontest promises to be keen between Carroll and Wi Fere, the others being evidently out of the running. The totals are: Carroll 870, Wi Pere 737, Taiwhanga 37, Timiwata Rinni 3, Strum 1. w - ,-."■•••• Chbistchubch, November -27. The following are the nominations for the -'North Canterbury district:— ' - ■ Christchurch : Perceval, Beeves, Taylor, V J. T. Smith, Eden George, and :-YerrSl. - ■ '■ _!."_• <. : ■- Beathcote : W. W. Tanner, G. W. Eus- " E eli; r and'B.H.Ehodeß.^ - Avon: E. Blake, G. G. Stead, HalsweJl, Rolleston and F. S. Parker. . _ _ Akaroa: Joyce, McGregor, and W. BarAshley: Lance, G. G. Knight, and R. Meredith.; V•: ; r :' v " % Kaiapoi: and E. Moore. Ellesmefe : Sir J. Hall and G. McLach-.lan.M^.'.-Itf cl' "'<. ■■'' :'"•' ' i ••'•■■'■ Selwyn: A. Saundera, T. H. Anson, and W^T^ Popple. ■ ',- ■- ; ■■.'■■'? Vs.- TrMABTT, November 27. ■■:' iK'3KlThoreftu' is .■ Xhe fifth candidate nominated. ..Eeefton, November 27. '■■'' ? : v Ei Beeves and J. Drake /were.- to-day nominated ior. the Inangahua electorate. <;,,- ?-h :*;■■ >•:•■ i- Gbbymotjxh, November 27. ?'• The Assembly nominations are : -A.-B'. Guinness and W. H. Jones. . ,^ .;•.! jo Westpobt,- November 27. >•„." Mr: Eugene O'Connor has been declared -.':. elected: unopposed for the' Buller . 1;... •- , ; ; .t. 'Attckiand, November 27. The city nominations are seven m numdl^'T: Tnbmpson, Wallis, Sees, Snera, ■'Napier, Porter, and Farnall. - -Waitemata :: Palmer and Monk. • i.. 'Manukau: SifMrO'EorkelandßucWand. Parnell: Lawry and Lennox. Eden: Hon^-Mr Mitchelson and Mr. Greenwood. , . .Franklyn-'.-Hamlin andHams. \ ■ : / . ■ '■ - rTaylor and Cadmari. For Newton^ Mr Goldie was unopposed. Te ArohaV Messrs v Allen, Fraser and Stewart:- ■'■'- ■'•: ;; - ■ •■.■■•' ' ' '■'- '' .' ■ ; Invebcabgilii, November 27.: Messrs G. F. Bichardson, and J. G. Fraser have been -nominated for Mataura. Owing to ode 'of ohe being the Minister for>liands g?eat;interest is taken m the election"' aiid> both are displaying great activity. ., ., > ■-: • ■ v, ,■•;-•• , ■'.■':- .■-.•'•■■■ '■■■•■' ' 'Napesb, November 28. Up till noon t^ return for the Eastern Maori Districts show Carroll 1019, Wipere •-,• 848, r pther -candidates ; nowhere. Thirty " more polling places h av g y e t to come m". . : \ , , :«.. .. i ; AijcKiiAND^November 28. .; 'Sidney' Toiwh'aiQga died 'last night at Whakataiie. It is not yet certain whether or not this will cause a new election for the "-ndf&ern arid eastern Maori electorates,^ for f: which Taiwhanga wa^ a candidate. : ';. ; "■■"■''■' ' Havelock," November 2B. : r?i Th'e result of the polling for a" member of -'the 5 Southern; Madri electorate yesterday i -was,' Tame Pjarata 0, Kaniera^Erihina 11, -i Hoard '-Maka' Hope 0, Biki TeJ Mairak'i i Taiaroai2, total 23. Four possible voters didriotvote.^ : > :■".■: iWELtrNGTON, November 28. _ ... -The' Attorney; General 'has given his opinion that yesterday was the last day on which nominations' could be received, and if any are-pade'tb-day they will be invalid. "The- southern Maori returns so far as received are Moka 79, Paraia 75, E. Taiaroa 55, E; Ellison -16. j \V- ■ : - " •
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ELECTION NEWS., Marlborough Express, Volume XXVI, Issue 321, 28 November 1890
ELECTION NEWS. Marlborough Express, Volume XXVI, Issue 321, 28 November 1890
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