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THE POLLING.

Bay of Islands. V. H. REED (R.) ... 3002 St. Okir Jounneaux (L.) 1810 Two small returns to come. 1914.-V. H. B«ed, 3338; P. H. Bock, 333»; G. Wilkinson, 1576. By-eleetion, June 1916.—w. Stewart, 3264; G. G. Menilee, 3331. By-eleotion, April 1017.—V. H. Reed, unopposed. Kalpara. HON. J. G. COATES (R.) - 1060 A. Gregory (Off. Lab.) 907 Two returns to come. 1911.— J. G. Coatee, 3596; B. Hoe, 3473. Marsden. F. MANDER (R.) - 2225 A. J. Murdodh (L.) 2018 D. A. M'Lean (Ind. Lab.) ... 719 A. H. Curtis (Mod. Lab.) ... 581 1914.-F. Hinder, 3469; E. 0. Purdle, 2529. . Waltemata. A. HARRIS (R.) 4649 A. K. Greenslado (L.) 3435 191 i—A. Harris, 4881; H. 0. Tewalcy, 3868. Eden. C. J. PARR (R.) 3302 O. M'Brine (Off. Lab.) 1537 R. E. Hornblow (Lib.-Lab.) - 1420 Two returns to oome. 1914.—0. J. Pan, 5331; W. H. Taok, 3778. W. ilohaide, 1683. Auckland West. M. J. SAVAGE (Off. Lab.) ... 3750 C. F. Bennett (R.) 3270 A. J. Entrican (P. L.) 1314 1914.—0. H. Poole, 4837; J. H. Bradney, 3416. Auckland Central. W. E. PARRY (Off. Lab.) ... 3673 A. E. Glover (L.) 2967 J. J. Thomas (R.) 925 1911.—A. E. Glover, 4053; 11. X Bavoge, 1751; W. Blobudson, 1315. Auckland East. A. M. MYERS (L.) 3433 C. N. Mackenzie (R.) 3311 R. F. Way (Off. Lab.) 1629 1914.—A. 11. Myers. 6039; A. S. Holmea, 3533. Grey Lynn. F. N. BARTRAM (Off. Lab.) 2991 Miss E. Melville (R.) 2546 Hon. G. Fowlds (Ind.) 2297 L. J. Garmson (Mod. Lab.) ... 193 P. Richardson (Mod. Lab.) ... 171 1914.— J. Payne, 2933; M. M'Lean, 2841; G. Fowlds. 2838. Parnell. J. S. DICKSON (R.) ._ ... 5456 T. Bloodworth (Off. Lab.) ... 2199 Mrs R. L. B&ume (Ind. Lib.) 982 1914.— J. S. Diokeon, 6313; J. J. Sullivan, 4040; P. Lawry, 39. Rosklll (rfew Electorate). V. H. POTTER (Ri) 4026 J. H. Gunaon (Ind.) 2221 G. Davis (Off. Lab.) 1928 1 F. W. Peddle (Ind.) 704 I About 315 absent votes and 45 seamen's I votes to oome. Manukau. SIR P. W. LANG (R.) ... 4063 H. G. R. Mason (Off. Lab.) ... 2269 0. E Major (L.) ... 1117 1914.— F. W. Lang, 6398; J. W. M'Larin, 4074. Franklin. Right Hon. W. F. MASSEY &.) 4C47 J. Rea (Ind. Lib.) 1137 E. Piggott (Lab.) 603 1914.— W. P. Maeeey, 4818; A. G. O. Glass, ' 1880. Raglan. R. F. BOLLARD (R.) ... ... 2799 W. J. Jordan (Ind. Lab.) ... 1871 C. Johnstons (Ind.) • 771 1914.—8. F. Bollard, 4003; W. D. Thompson, ; 9554; J. Fornies, 96 Thames. T. W. RHODES (R.) 3031 W. J. M'Oormaok (L.) 1350 J. PurteU (Off. Lab.) ... ... C3O Mrs A. A. M. Cooke (Ind.) ... 61 T. F. Long (Ind. Lab.) 59 Some email returns to come, but cannot affect result. 1914.— T. W. Rhodes, 3150; £. H. Taylor, 3635. Ohlnemuri. H. POLAND (Ind.) 3190 J., Clark (R.) 2542 1914.— H. Poland, 3899; J. Clark, 3799. Waikato. J. A. YOUNG (R.) 4700 P. H. Watts (Ind. Lib.) ... 1896 C. Lafferty (Ind.) 740 1914.-J. A. Youug, 5083; A. Scholes, 2890. Tauranga. HERRIES 4108 Robbins 2045 1914.— W. H. Eerries, 4399; fi. D. Stewart, 3407. Rotorua. (New Electorate). F. F. HOCELEY (R.) 3068 M. Larney (L.) 1417 G. T. Jones (Off. Lab.) ... 787 W. C.Hewitt (Ind.) 4b3 P. Keegan (Ind.) ; 296 Three smell returns to come. Bay of Plenty. W. D. S. MACDONALD (L.) 2873 K. S. Williams (R.) ... „. 2005 The returns to oome cannot affect the result. 1914.— W. D. S. KaoDonald, 4033; K. S. WilUame, 3068. Glsborne. W. D. LYSNAR (Ind.) ... 2903 Sir Jμ. Carroll (L.) 2551 T. Brindle (Off. Lab.) 2239 305 names on absent voters' list. 1914.—Sir J. Carroll, 4669; E. D. de Lantonr, 5430; G. Smith, 64. _ Hawke's Bay. H. M. CAMPBELL (R.) ... 3093 G. M'Kay (L.) 2233 C. H. Chapman (Off. Lab.) ... 2120 Two small returns to come. 1914.—8. M'Nab, 4317; H. M. Campbell, 4177. By-election, March 1917.—Sir J. G. Findlay, 3841; H. I. Simeon, 3176; A. L. D. Fraser, 11. Napier. J. V. BROWN (L.) 2679 F. C. Evans (Off. Lob.) ... 2629 H. Hill (Ind. Prog.) 2434 38 seamen'e votes and 230 absent votes to , oome. 1914.— J. T. Brown, 4748; G. W. Venablee, .. J833. „ Waipawa. G. HUNTER (R) ... 3303 A. E. Jull (Lib.-Lab.) 3021 Two small returns to oome. Pahiatua. A. M'MCOL (R.) 2657 R. B. Rose (L.) 2461 R. S. L. Rice (Lab.) 1076 1914.— J. H. Escott, 3006; J. D. Matthews, 3323. By-eleotion, August 1916.— G. H. Smith, 1619; B, B. Boss, 1440; Cf. O. M'Farlane, 338. Masterton. G. R. SYKES (Ind) 2296 A. C Holms (Dorn. Lab.) ... 2011 A. Mlieod (Off. Lab.) 1598 W. B. Matheson (Ind.) 733 1914.-G. B. Syfcee, 3373; A. W. Hogg, 3080. Walrarapa. A. O. M'LBOD (R.) 3121 , •J. T. M. Homeby (L.) 2643 t. Danahcy (Ind.) 184 Two small returns to come, which cannot affect result. 1914.— J. T. M. Horneby, 3164; W. O. Buchanan, ■ 1104. Hutt. WILFORD _. ... 3281 Pritchard 2333 Riflhworth 2213 Four returns to come. 1914.— T. M. Willord, 39,77; A. M. Samuel, 3034. Wellington North. ' J. P. LUKE (R) 3710 H. O. Browne (L.) 2776 J. Read (Off. Lab.) 2144 1914.—A. L. Herdman, 4660; W. H. TnrnbuU, 1895; H. E. Holland, 1688. By-election, February 1918.— J. P. Luke, 3993; n. E. Holland, 3578; A. de B. Brandon, 823; A. J. N. Poison, 723. Wellington Central. P. FRASER (Off. Lab.) ... 4257 F. Pirani (L.) 3295 1914.—1t. Fletcher, 6208; P. M. B. Fisher. 287!). By-election, October 1918.—P. Fraser, 3668; M. J. Mack, 1044; W. T. Hildreth, 784; H. Atmore, 184; L. J. F. Gannson, 39; O. W. Tinner, 9. Wellington East. Dr NEWMAN (R.) 4089 L. A. (Off. Lab.) ... 3261 L. M'Kenzie (L.) 2329 1914.—A. K. Newman, 4063; D. H'Lareo, 4014. Wellington South. G. MITCHELL (Ind.) 5179 R. Semplo (Off. Lab.) 3532 IM4.—A. H. HlndmarEh, 4270; J. P. Luke, '30M' It. B. Williams, 221. By-eleetion, December irt.~B. Semplc, 3413; G. Froet, 1181; J. Oaetle, ■ 397, .-•

Wellington Suburbs. R. A. WRIGHT (R.) 4280 A. W. Croskery (OIF. Lab.) ... 3033. D. Sloane (L.) 2146 1914.— H. A. Wright, 3258; F. T. Moore, 3256; J. E. Fitzgerald, 923. Manawatu (New electorate.) E. NEWMAN (R.) 2940 A. C. Hillier (Off. Lab.) ... 2103 Otakl. W. H. FIELD (R.) 2737 J. M'Kenzie (Off. Lab.) ... 1554 E. Maodonald (Lib. Lab.) ... 389 , C. J. R. Isherwood (L.) 190 1914.— W. H. Field, 3024; J. Boberteon, 2384. Palmerston. J. A. NASH (R.) 4467 M. Ayrton (Off. Lab.) 3488 1914.—D. Buick, 2844; J. Thorn, 1735; B. H. Crabb, 1540; J. A. Nash, 1071. By-election, De. cember 1918.— J. A. Nash, 2239; A. Gnlbraith, 1914; E. H. Crabb, 1119; A. Buchanan, 101. Oroua. HON. D. H. GUTHRIE (R.) 3755 E. Tunnioliff (Off. Lab.) ... 1968 One small return to como. 1914.—D. H. Guthrie, 3279; J. Morrison, 2180. Taranaki. S. G. SMITH (I. Lab.) ... 4033 G. H. Buckeridgo (R.) 3142 1914.— H. J. H. Okey, 3759; D. J. Hughes, 2568. By-eleetion, October 1918.—3. O. Smith, 2840; J. B. Connett, 2680. Stratford. R. MASTERS (Lib.-Lab.) ... 2764 Hon. J. B. Hino (R.) ••• ... 2713 Six small returns to come. 1014.— J. B. Hine, 2856; W. H. Hawkins, 2219. Egmont. O. HAWKEN (R.) 3049 D. L. A. Astbury (L.) 2862 About 70 absent votes to come. 1914.—0. A. Wilkinson, 3317; D. L. A. Astbury, 5433. Wanganui. W. A. VEITCH (I. Lab.) ... 4137 W. J. Cuttle (R.) 2546 L. M'llvride (Off. Lab.) ... 1240 1914.— W. A. Veitch, 3330; F. Pirani, 2478; J. T. Hogan, 3086. Patea. W. D. POWDRELL (R.) ... 3069 W. Morrison (L.) 2946 P. B. Fitzherbert (Off. Lab.) 445 G. V. Pearce (R-) Hβ [Mr Pearoo had retired from the contest but his name appeared on the ballot paper], 1914.— G. V. Pearce, 3388; W. Morrison, 3270. Rangitikel. W. S. GLENN (R.) 2770 E. P. Brady (Off. Lab.) ... 2338 W. Meldrum (L.) • ... 1676 1914.— E. Newman, 3109; B. E. Hornblow, 2258. Waimarino. R. W. SMITH (L.) 2888 F. Langstone (Off. Lab.) ... 2296 Four small returns to come. 1914.—8. W. Smith, 4093; H. W. Speed, 2098. Waitomo. W. T. JENNINGS (L.) ... 2768 C. K. Wilson and-) 2579 G. Elliott (Lab.) 315 A few leturns to come. 1914 (Taumnmnni).— W. T. Jennings, 4012; O. K Wilson 3807; F. W. Shortland, 37. By-eleo-tion, Jnne 1915.— W. T. Jennings, 3899; 0. K. Wilson. 3741. . Nelson. H. ATMORE (Lib. Lab.) ... 3293 T. A. H. Field (R.) 2773 J. G. Price (Off. Lab.) 1034 1914.— T. A. H. Field, 3406; H. Atmore, 3316. Buller. H. E. HOLLAND (Off. Lab.) 3468 D. Q. O'Brien (L.) 2478 1914 (Buller).— J. Oolvin, 3694; G. M. Powell, 1399; H. Gillen, 371. 1914 (Grey).—P. O. Webb, 3841; H. l<. Michel, 3861. By-eleotion, November 1917.—P. 0. Webb, unopposed. By-eleotlon, May 1918.— H. E. Holland, 2865; T. E. Coatee, 3717. Westland.. T. E. m. SEDDON (L.) ... 4022 J. O'Brien (Off. Lab.) 2615 Three t-mall returns to come. 1914.— T. E. Y. Seddon, 3236; A. A. Paape, 3410. Motueka. R P. HUDSON (R.) 2069 W. P. Power (Off. Lab.) ... 1460 P. B. Lomax (Ind.) ... ... 1109 18 returns to oome. 1914.—8. P. Hudson, 2760; R. M'Kemle. 2158. Wairau. R. M'CALLUM (L.) 2353 B. J. Cooke (Lab.) 1580 J. J. Corry (Prog. Lib.) ... 1373 E. H. Penny (R.) 1302 1914.—8. M'Callum, 3517; J. Duncan, 3143; G. Turner, 25. Hurunul. G. W. FORBES (L.) 2876 J. G. Armstrong (Ind.) ... - 2195 G. Gardner (Ind.) 347 1914,— G. W. Forbes, 3233; W. A. Banks, 1747. Kaiapoi. D. JONES (R.) 2534Hon. D. Buddo (L.) 2457 C. M. Williams (Off. Lab.) ... 1479 1914.—D. Bnddo, 3606; D. Jones, 2425. Christchurch North. L. M. ISITT (L.) 5656 H. T. Armstrong (Off. Lab.)... 3651 1914.—L. M. Isitt, 5222; H. F. Toogood, 4005. Christchurch East. Dr THACKER (L.) 5131 H. Hunter (Off. Lab.) 3335 1914.— H. T. J. Thacker, 4093; H, Hunter, 3303; G. D. Hacfarlane, 1350. Christchurch South. E. J. HOWARD (Off. Lab.) ... 4951 H. Holland (L.) ...• 3278 1914.— H. G. Ell, 4507; G.I»K. Whiting, 3174; F. B. Hughes, 1281. Avon. D. G. SULLIVAN (Off. Lab.) 5004 G. W. Russell (L.) 3420 1914.— G. W. Buesell, 3643; D. G. Sullivan, 3569; H. D. Acland, 3261. Riccarton. G. WITTY (L.) - 2846 W. R. Devereux (R.) 2262 J. Robertson (Off. Lab.) ... 1905 1914.— G. Witty, 4364; B. Bunn, 3139. Lyttelton. J. M'COMBS (Off. Lab.) ... 2939 R. Macartney (R.) 2342 W. T. Lester (L.) 1229 H. G. Ell (L.) 554 1914.— J. M'Oombs, 4276; M. J. Miller, 2678. Ellesmere. Hon. R. H. RHODES (R.) ... 3335 G. Barclay (L.) 2671 1914.— R. H. Rhodes, 2897; J. C. Free, 2624. Ashburton. HON. W. NOSWORTHY (R.) 3597 W. ,T. Dickie (L.) C 436 H. M. Jones (Dem. Lib.) ... 263 Two small returns to come. 1914 (Aehburton).— W. Nosworthy, 3180; W. S. Maalin, 3039. 1914 (Selwyn).—W. J. Dickie, 2888; G. Eheat, 1661; J. W. Hamlet. SBB. Temuka. T. D. BURNETT (R.) 3206 C. J. Talbot (L.) ... 3170 140 absent votes to come. 1914.—C. J. Talbot, 3047; C. E. Kerr, 2640. Tlmaru. J. CRAIGIE (Prog. Lib.) ... 4977 P. C. Vinnell (Off. Lab.) ... 3113 1914.— J. Craigie, 4308; F. H. Smith, 3198. Waitaki. J. BITOHENER (R.) 2407 J. Anatay (L.) 1995 W. G. Paul (Off. Lab.) ... 1640 One small return to come. 1914. — J. Anstey, 3071; N. Francis, 2915. Oamaru.' E. P. LEE (R.) 3654 J. A. Maopherson (L.) 3419 1914.— E. P. Lee, 3408; J. A. Macphcrson, 3070. Dunedin North. E KELLETT (Ind. Lab.) ... 4642 A. Walker (Off. Lab.) 3756 1914.—A. Walker, 4073; G. 11. Thomson, 3751. Dunedin West. W. D. STEWART (Ind.) ... 5390 J. A. Brown (Off. Lab.) ... 3165 1914.— W. D. Stewart, 4038; J. T. Johnson, J693; W. E. J. Macguire, 95. Dunedin Central. C E STATHAM (Ind.) ... 4519 J. W. Munro (Off. Lab.) ... 4099 • 1914.—0. E. Statham. 3744; J. W. Munro, 3732. By-election, February IDIS.—C. E. Statham, 4033; J. W. Uunro, 3926. Dunedin South. T K. SIDEY (L.) 4166 J. T. Paul (Off. Lab.) 4156 19i4.—T. K. SMey, (374; X. H. DaUon, 2677.

Chalmers. J. M. DICKSON (U.) ... ... 2647 J. Gilehrist (Off. Lab.) 1690 U. Colqulioun (L.) 1323 187 iibsent votos u.ud 43 soamen's votes to come. 1914.— J.. IT. Diekson, 3130; W. I). Mason, 2513; G. S. Thomson, 657. Bruce. HON. SIR J. ALLEN (R.) ... 2894 J. Edie (L.) ... 2770 191 permits to oomo in. 1914.—Sir J. Allen, 3084; O. R. Smith, 2391. Clutha. A. S. MALCOLM (R.) ... 2129 R. A. Rodffor (Ind.) 2012 W. S. Maalui (L.) 1207 J. Christie (Lib. Lab.) 213 167 absentee votes to come. 1914.—A. S. Malcolm, 3038; J. E. Jenkinson, 3029. Wakatipu. J. HORN (L.) 2963 R. Scott (R.) 2169 A. Ashworth (Off. Lab.) ... _ 847 Two small returns to come, which cannot affect result. 1914 (Wakatipu).—W. Fraser, 2776; J. O. Stephens, 1878. 1914 (Otago Central).—R. Scott, 3417; W. A. Bodkin, 2418. Mataura. G. J. ANDERSON (R.) ... 2941 D. M'DougaU (L.) 1728 A. M'Lachlan (lab.) 817 N. M'lntyro (Ind. Lab.) ... 175 1914.— G. J'. Anderson), 2908; W. O. Mehafley, 3734. Invercargill. J. A. HANAN (L.) 4528 . J. K. Archer (Off. Lab.) ... 3227 1914.— J. A. Hanan, 4618; J. F. Lillicran, 3028. Awarua. J. R. HAMILTON (R.) ... 3100 Sir J. G. Ward (L.) 2323 19H.-Sir J. G. Ward, 3133; J. K. Hamilton, 1006. Wallace. A. HAMILTON (E.) 2762 J. C. Thomson (L.) 2721 One return and 180 absent votes to come. 1914.— J. O. Thomuon, 3036; A. W. Rodger, U55.

ADDRESS BY THE PRIME MINISTER. (Pkb United Pbess Association.) WELLINGTON, December 17. Mr Massey appeared at tho Dominion result board shortly after 11 p.m., his appearance being the signal for a great outburst of cheers. He said that though tho election returns were not yet complete, Uie majority for the Government was assured. He wanted to thank the electors throughout the dominion for their expressions of confidence in the Government as recorded at the polls that day. Many experienced politicians had fallen out of tho ranks, and their places had been taken by others, but ho felt certain the verdict of the electors would be accepted in the proper spirit. He balieved the services' .of the men who had been unsuccessful that day would not bo lost to tho public, but that again they would be found doinjr their best, as they had done in the past, in tho interests of the dominion. They would have hoard that one Minister had been defeated, and three oxMinisters, and also several men who had token a very important part in the councils of the dominion. Ho believed that a substantial majority of members had been returned to support law and order, and so far as he could understand a substantial majority had also been returned to support the policy of development in connection with reconstruction, which had been put forward by the Government. Mr Massey added: " I hope now the election is practically over we shall forget tho incidents of to-day ajid any little bitterness, and that 'whatever our politics may be we shall be found working together, forgetting our party politics and all doing our level best for the country to whjoh we bolong."

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THE POLLING., Otago Daily Times, Issue 17811, 18 December 1919

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