WELLINGTON SOUTH SEAT.
MR. R. SEMPLE ELECTED.'--[BT TELEGRAPH.—PRESS ASSOCIATION'.] ; WELLINGTON, Thursday.' The election of a. representative for Well lington South, in place of the late Mr A. H. Hindmareh, resulted us follows:^ R. Semple (Labour) 2,412 G. Frost (Independent) ... ijgj, J. Castle (Independent) ... '397
Majority for Semple 4 , 1,231
The successful candidate, Mr. ft Semple, is agent for the New Zealand miners, and was the original organiser of the Federation of Labour.
THE PALMERSTON SEAT.
RETURN OF MR. J. A. NASH.
[bt telegraph.—press ASSOCIATION.]
PALMERSTON NORTH, Thursday. Following is the result of the by-election made necessary by the death of Mr. D. Buick :—
J. A. Nash (Nat. Govt.) ... 2.229 A. Galbraith (Labour) 1,914 E. H. Crabb (Independent.) ... 1,119 A. Buchanan (Reform) ... lot Majority for Nash ... 315 The new member, Mr. J. A. Nash, is an estate and insurance agent, and has been Mayor of Palmerston North since 1907. He was defeated by the late Mr. Buick at the 1914 election.
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BY-ELECTION RESULTS., New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 17038, 20 December 1918
BY-ELECTION RESULTS. New Zealand Herald, Volume LV, Issue 17038, 20 December 1918
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