THE NEW PARLIAMENT.
Tho following nro tho names of the Memberi tho Now Parliament : — Place. No. Membbbs.
OANTEEBXTEY. Christchurcb. 1 J. E. FitzG-erald Kaiapoi 1 J. Beswick Cheviot 1 Sir D. Monro Aron 1 Crosbie Ward Timaru 1 Alfred Cox Akaroa 1 Or. Armstrong Mount Herbert 1 W. S. Moorhouse CHadstono 1 P. Jollio Selwyn ,1 E. C. J. Stevens Coleridge 1 J." C. Wilson Heathcota 1 John Hall Ashley 1 L. Walker Lyttolton 1 E. A. Hargrearei Wostlaud 1 W. S. Moorhouso
NELSON. Nelson suburbs 1 W. Wells Nelson City 2 E. W. Stafford O. Curtis Waimia 1 A. Oliver Motuelta 1 Charles Parker Collingvrood 1 A. J. Bichmond
MABLBOROUQII. Wairau 1 W. H. Eves Picton 1 A. Beauchamp
OTAQO. Gtoldfields 2 Julius Vogel 0. O'Neill Waikouaiti 1 W. D. Murison "West Taieri 1 Donald Reid Bruce 1 Major Cargill Dunedin 2 J. Paterson W. H. Reynolds Hampdon 1 0. E. Huughton Clutha 1 J. Macandrew Port Chalmori 1 T. Dick Cavershtim 1 A. J. Burns Oamaru 1 R. Campbell, Jun. Roslyn 1 G. Hepburn Manuherikia 1 Capt. Baldwin Goldfields Borough 1 J. B. Bradshaw
SOUTHLAND. Rirorton 1 I>. Hanlrinson Invercargill 1 W. Wood Mafaiuro 1 F. D. Bell Wallace 1 Alex. Macneil
WELLINGTON. Hutt 2 W. Fitzherbert A. Ludlam Wellington City 3 W. W. Taylor I. E. Feotherston O. B. Borlase Wairarapa 1 H. Bunny Porirua 1 A. do B. Brandon Wangauui 1 J. Bryco Rangitikoi 1 W. H. Watt
JUrCKLAND. Auckland City 1 A. Clark East Auckland City 2 John Williamson West James Williamson Nowton 1 G. Graham Auckland N. 2 J. O'Neill T. Henderson Parnell 1 F. Whitaker. Pensioner Settle* ment 1 Col. de Quincey Franklin 2 R. Graham T. Haultain Raprlan 1 J. Newman Onehunga 1 J. M. O'Rourke Marsden 1 F. Hull Russell 1 II. Carleton Mongonui 1 J. Ball
TARANAKI. Groy and Boll 1 J. C. Ttichmond New Plymouth 1 Major Richardson Omata 1 A. S. Atkinson hawke's bat. Napier 1 D. M'Lean Clivo 1 J. D. Orniond
Notb. — It is auppoied that Mr Shaw, the defeated candidate for Wostland, will petition against the return of Mr Moorhouso, and there is a great probability that his prayer will be granted. It appears tli.it a sitting member (Mr Moorhouse had been previously elected for Mount Herbert) cannot be returned for another constituency ; and if the English Parliamentary usage be the rule by which the matter ii to be settled it will no doubt turn out that Mr Shaw ii the member for Westland. In England, the provisiou which entitles & member to elect between two refers only to a case in which a double election ha» taken place inadvertently and contemporaneously. It appears that had there not been another candidate than Mr Moorhouso in the field for Westland, the seat would now have been vacant, und a new writ must have been iiaued.
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THE NEW PARLIAMENT., North Otago Times, Volume VI, Issue 113, 19 April 1866, Supplement
THE NEW PARLIAMENT. North Otago Times, Volume VI, Issue 113, 19 April 1866, Supplement
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