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ELECTORAL 2 EALAND J^ ATIONAL pARTY. (SOUTH AUCKLAND DIVI8ION.) MEETINGS AS UNDERDIVISIONAL COMMITTEE—SATURDAZ. November 5, in Party Rooms, Ward St.. at '2.30 p.m. DIVISIONAL RALLY.—SATURDAY, November 5, at 8 p.m. <n Winter Show Hall Delegates fiom Nine Electorates and the Candidates will be present in the evening. ALL MEMBERS INVITED. DECLARATION OF RESULT OE 1 POLL FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF RAGLAN. I. HUGH BRYAN FRASER. Returning Officer for the Electoral District of RAGLAN, do hereby declare the result of the Poll taken on the 15th day of October. 11)38. for the Election of a Member of Parliament for the said district to be as follows . £ an(lulateg Votes polled GALLICHAN. Albert James .. 115 MARTIN. William Lee . ... o.Otu SUTHERLAND, Andrew Sinclair 4/108 Total number of valid votes polled 0,(>35 Number of votes rejected as informal Oo I therefore declare the said WILLIAM LEE MARTIN to be elected. Dated at Ngaruawahia this 27th day ol October. 1038. Hugh b pRABERi Returning Officer. TVECLARATION OF RESULT OFPOLL J_/ FOR THE ELECTORAL DTSTRICI OF KAIPARA. 1 THOMAS MORGAN. Returning Officer for' the Electoral District of Kaipara. do hereby declare the result of the Poll taken on the 15th day of October 1038 for the election of a Member of Parliament for the said district to be as follows: Candidates Votes polled COATES, Joseph Gordon . . 5,414 SCOTT-DAVIDSON. Janies . . 207 STEWART, Percy MacGregor 3./25 Total number of valid votes polled • • °- 461 Number of votes rejected as informal .. • • • • bo I therefore declare the said JOSEPH GORDON COATES to be elected. Dated at Dargaville this 27th day of October. 1038. .-»• THOS. MORGAN. Returning Officer. DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF HAMILTON. I, GEORGE SMEATON CLARK. Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Hamilton, do hereby declare the result of the poll taken on the 15th day of October, 1938, for the election of a Member of Parliament for the said district to be as follows: — Votes Candidates Polled CHARLES ABRAHAM BARRELL . 7722 ALBERT WILLIAM GRANT . . 5862 Total number of valid votes, polled 13,584 Number of votes rejected as informal 88 I therefore declare the said CHARLES ABRAHAM BARRELL to be elected. Dated at Hamilton this 28th day of October. 1038. G. S. CLARK, Returning Officer. DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF FRANKLIN. I, JOHN PATTERSON, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of FRANKLIN, do hereby declare the result of the Poll taken : on the 15th day of October, IP3S, for the ; election of a Member of Parliament for the ! said district to be as follows: Candidates Votes Polled MASSEY. John Norman .. 5,542 I PIGGOTT, Ernest .. .. 3,485 SEXTON. Arthur C. A. . . 1,564 Total number of valid votes polled 10,501 Number of votes rejected as informal. 37 I therefore declare the said MR. JOHN NORMAN MASSEY to be elected. Dated at Pukekohe this 27th day of October, 1038. JOHN PATTERSON, Returning Officer. DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF BAY OF ISLANDS. I, ERLE GREENAWAY TYLER. Returning Officer for the Electoral District of BAY OF ISLANDS, do hereby declare the result of the Poll taken on the 15th day of October, 1038, for the election of a Member of Parliament for the said District to be as follows: Candidates Votes polled BORWELL, Charles Wallace 4.556 GUY, Harold Fisher . . 4.303 Total number of valid votes polled 8.049 Number of votes rejected as informal . . .. 252 I therefore declare the said CHARLES WALLACE BOSWELL to be elected. Dated at Kaikohe this 27th day of October, 1038. E. G. TYLER. Returning Officer. Declaration of result of poll FOR THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF MARSDEN. I, ALBERT JAMES CHING, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Marsden. do hereby declare the result of the Poll taken on the 15th day of October. 1038. for the election of Member of Parliament for the said district to be as follows: — Candidates Votes polled BARCLAY. James Gillispie . . 6,157 MURDOCH. Alfred James . . 5.600 Total number of valid votes polled 11,757 Number of votes rejected as informal 43 I therefore declare the said JAMES GILLISPIE BARCLAY to be elected. Dated at Whangarei this 20th day of October, 1038. • A. J. CHING, Returning Officer. PUPILS WANTED BANDON aquatic struggling, Swim, 6 lessons, £'l/1/. —Pr. Anderson, Tepid Baths. RT Metal Work, Basketry, etc. Prospectus posted—Miss Ayling, Strand Arcade. UCKLAND Hairdressing College.—Write for Prospectus.—l 7-1 Queen St.; 41-708. Dressmaking. seiwyn college, day, evening.—Safe Deposit Bldgs.; 46-683. DRESSMAKING. Designing, Patternmaking.—The Sel-Phit School, Plaza Bldgs.. 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