MAJORITY OF SIX.
THE WAITOMO SEAT.
MR. ROLLESTON RETURNED.
[BY TELEGRAPH. —OWN CORRESPONDENT.] _ TE KUITI, Saturday.
The deputy chief electoral officer a - rived this morning to decide on t' ; e validity or otherwise of twenty to thiity votes macle by declaration in connection with the Waitomo seat. It is understood that a number were rejected a.s invalid.
The final figures were, officially giv sn this afternoon as follows :—J. C. Roll?*, ton (G) 3447, W. T. Jennings (0) 3441majority for Rolleston, 6.
ROTORUA AND TAURAITGA. THE FINAL COUNTS. The final count in the Rotorua contest has resulted as follows:— F. F. Hockly (G) . . . . 3407 Clinkard (Oj . . . . 3003 Majority for Hockly . . 404 There were 144 absent voters. In the final figuies are: Sir.Vv'iliiam Herries (G, 1 . . 4488 L. Johnstone (Oj . . . . 3048
Majority for Herries . . 1440
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MAJORITY OF SIX., New Zealand Herald, Volume LIX, Issue 18276, 18 December 1922
MAJORITY OF SIX. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIX, Issue 18276, 18 December 1922
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