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" BOOMERANG" Brand Australian Brandy.

JOSHUA BROS., Melbourne, Pkoprietors. After Crucial Testa adopted by the British Admiralty, War Office Army Hospitals, andl House of Commas. Won highest award at tho Exhibition of Bordeaux, beating the famous pro* ducta of the Cognac centre. Recommended by the Lancet, British Medical Journal, and London Times. Obtainable from leading Wive and Spirit Mnrehaats and all Fkot-claaa Hobd*.

- jsome m from two booths. These, however, will not affect the final results. The figures as > announced by the returning officer were :—

, Mr Allen, who was received with cheers by a denße crowd, thanked the electors for the position of honour to which he had been elected. The people of Fort Chalmers bad stood by. him loyally. They had oftentimes honoured him with their confidence, but now they had placed him in the highest position they could poseibly do,_ and they had done so by a substantial' majority .*-(Cheers ) He, however, did not take all the honour to himself, but looked upon it as * compliment they had paid, to the Government.' Mr Ramsat also returned . thanks to those ■ " ©lectors who had voted for him, and although lie was not in the position he would like to Lave been in, he would Ikbide by the decision of the people. He had shown them how to fight a battle, and he would show them how to . take a defeat, and he trusted that one day he would be returned as a representative of the. (Applause.) OAMARU. - 1890-Duncan, 1305; Hislop, 635. 1893— Duncan, 1608 ; P. B. Fraser, 1193 ; D. Dunn, 252; Frith, 50. Votes recorded, 3018; on the roll, 4142. T.DUNCAN ... „. ... ... 2398 J. D. Siovwright - „. 1528 Informal, 56. WAITAKI. 18flO-Steward, 74Z ; Hayes, 451. . 1893-Steward,' 1809 ; T. Paterson, 746. Votes recorded, 2555 ; on the roll, 3642. 'Hon. W..J. STEWARD 1949 D.Sutherland 901 C.V.Clarke ... 301 " H. R. Parker ... ... ... ... 120 TUAPEKA. 1890- Valentine, €85 ; Brown, 818. --1893-Pyke, 1227; Rawlins, 834; A. Fraser, 645 ; Byrne, 159. 1594 (Bye-election)-Larnach, 1373; Scobie . Mackenzie, 1319. ' Hon. W. J. M.LARNACH... ... 1589 C. C. Rawlin ... 1568 CLUTHA. 1890— T. Mackenzie, unopposed. 1893 -T. Mackenzie, 1971 ; Brugh, 1139. Votes recorded, 3110 ; on the roll, 4119. JBS6-On the roll, 4674. m . ■

WAKATIPU. 1890— Hon. T. Fergus unopposed. 1893-W. Fraser, 1171; J. O'Meara, 841; Hon. W. J. M. Larnacb, 678. Votes recorded, 2890 ; on the roll, 4025.

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MATAURA. 1890 -Richardson, 836; Fraser, 713. ' 1893— M'Nab, 1417; Richardson, 1300; Christie, 364. Votes recorded, 3081 ; on the roll, 4204. RICHARDSON. M'Nab. Gore (principal) ...' ... 498 ... 566 Wyndham , M . 249 „. 93 Waikawa ... .;, <.. '32 ' ... 37 Niagara ... ,ft „. 13 >. 42 Quarry Hills ... .;. 18 ... 16 Otara „, 30 ... 29 Riinu ... 33 ... 93 Oteramika Gorge ... «,. 13 .», 23 Oteramika No. 1 ... „, 53 ... 61 Tokonui ... ... ..'. 26 ... 22 Fortrose 115 ... 42 Mokoreta ... ... .., 31 ... 22 Pine Bush 59 „. 21 South Wyndham ... ... 45 ... 24 Seaward Downs ... ... 28 „, 8 Mataura Island ... ,<. '49 „, 9 Edendale 136" „. 48 MaUura '282 ... 193 Redan " ... ... „. 33 ... 14 Mitnihau „ 18 ... 23 Ferndale 14 ... 35 Woodlands '91 "... 77 Mabel Bush 19 ... 65 Tuturau . 45 ... 21 Wairekiki 29 ... , 14 Waimumu ... „, ... 20 ... 21 Charlton .., 14 ... 48 Croydod ... t.. ... 9 ... 35 Hedgebope ... ... ... 11 ... 41 Stony Creek 9 ... 34 Brunswick ... ... ... 18 ... 35 Haldane 13 .. 22 | Waikawa Valley , .11 ... 16 . _ ■ • 2054 1850 Majority for Richardson .;. 204 '" ■ INVERCARGILL/ 1890-Kelly, 633 ; Bain, 517 ; Feldwick, 366. 189.5— Kelly, 2422 ; Hatch, 1181. Votes recorded 3604 ; on the roll, 4608. 1896-On the- roll, 5743. KELLY ... ... ... ... ... 2237 • Sinclair , 1(559 Scandrett *.. ... b'i6 AWARUA.. 1890— Hon. J. G. Ward (unopposed). 1893— Hon. J. G. Ward (unopposed). 1896-On the roll, 3587. Hon.J. G. WARD , ... 1804 C. Cowan 1021 WALLACE. 1890— Mackintosh, 675 ; Hodgkinsan, 497 ; Hirst, 346. 1893-Mackintosh, 1473; Hirst, 1144. Votes recorded, 2841 ; on the roll, 4398. GILFEDDER 756 Neave ..-. ... ... 641 Valentine .", 585 Hirst 487 Mackintosh 403 AUCKLAND. BAY OF ISLANDS. 1890— Houston, 465; Trounson, 454; Lundon, 385 ; Dargaville, 352. 1893— Houston, 1431 ; Trounaon, 1199 ; F. Dargaville, 398. v HOUSTON " 1592 Press 9d5 MARSDBN. 1890-Thompson, 803 ; Elliott, 627. 1893-Thompson, 1528; Harrison, 1372. THOMPSON „ 1716 Mason ... „, .., .». ... 1314 ■ - EDEN. 1890-Mitchelson, 728 ; Greenwood, 470. 1893 -Mitchelson, 1511; NiccoJ, 1187; J. M. .Darjaville, 814. ■ . BOLLARD „." ... 189(5 Palmer ... 1682 CITY OF AUCKLAND. 1890-T. Thompson, 1860 ; Rees, 1761 ; Porter, 1501 ; Napier, 1319; Wallh, 748 ; Farnall, £62. 1843-Sir G. Grey, 6372; Crowther, 4582 < Button, 4211; Tudehope, 4145; T. Thompson, 3942; Napier, 3597; Withy, 2390; Shera, 793; Vailo, 501 ; Fernandez, 91. At the bye-election on the resignation of Sip G. Grey Mr Thompson was elected. THOMPSON ... ,„ ... ... 7183 HOLLAND ... „. w . ... 6292 CROWTHER 5982 .Kosser , ... «. . . 4673 Button ... ... „. „, ... 40D0 Mitchelson , ... 3612 . Fowlds „ ... 3221 Fawcus „. 831 Shera , „, 608 Eugster <. ... 350 PARNELL. 1890-Lawry, 656 ; Lennox, 447. 1893-Lawry, 1801 ; Allen, 1465. LAWRY 17W Vaile „, ... 1312 ' Withy 6SB MANUKAU. 1890— Buckland, 786; O'Rorke, 7067 Grant, 5. - 1893-o' llorke, U2B; Bucklftnd, 865; Muir, 810 ; M'Mahon, 4. . O'RORKE 1674 Buckland , . 1474 FRANKLIN; 1893-Hamlin, 732 ; Harris, 630. r 1893-Harris r 1658; W. F. Massey, 1583. MASSEY... i 2156, • Harris „ :. ... 1675= THAMES. 1890— Cadman, $82 ; Taylor, 876. 1893 (bye - election) — M'Gowin, unopposed. General elaction : M'Gowan, 1650 ; Taylor, 1339. M'GOWAN 2114 Taylor „ , 175 a OHINEMURI. (A new electorate comprising most of the old Waikato Electorate.) 1890— Lake, 698 ; Murray, 468. 1393-Cadman, 1136 ; Coates, 1082. Hon. A. J. CADMAN 2822 Edwards ... 857 WAIKATO. (This is practically a new electorate under an old name. It now comprises the bulk of the old Waipa Electorate.) 1893 (Waipa)-Lang, 1889 ; Peacock, 984. LANG 1799 Walker 70S WAITEMATA. 1890-Jackson Palmer, 752 ; Monk, 661. 1893— At the general election R. Monk defeated Jackson Palmer by a majority of 305, but was unseated for bribery and corruption on the part of his agents. At the fre3h election in March 1894 the voting was— Massey, 1619 ; Palmer, 1446. MONK 1715 Jackman 1544 BAY OF PLENTY. 1890-Kelly, 1022 ; Arthur, 1008. 1893-Kelly.- 1135 ; Colonel Burton, 949 ; Rev. C. Jordan, 589 ; Stewart, 128; Humphreys, 16. • HERRIES 1600 Kelly 1468 WAIAPU. -1893-Carroll, 2109 ; De Lautour, 1634. • ' CARROLL ' • 2142 Fitzroy „.' • 1774 TARANAKI. - TARANAKI. (The former New Plymouth Electorate). 1890— .Smith. 539 ; Elliott, 516 ; Hughes, 297. 1893-Sniith, 1782 ; Trimble, 1289 ; Price, 163. BROWN... .„ ... ... „. 1877 Smith ... «. vO ... r>. 1780

EGMONT. (Practically a new electorate, the greater portiou of the old electorate now forming part of the new Electorate of Hawera.) SYMES ..; :.. „. 1149 Monkhouse ... 843 Harkness ... - *, 558 HAWERA. 1890 (Egmout)— M'Guire, 956 ; Bruce, 913. 1893 (Egmont)— M'Guire, 1301 ; Robbins, 1170 ; Allsworth, 189. M'GUIRE .„ „. 1186 Robbins ». 1149 Major « ... }.. 1053 PATEA. 1890-Hutcliis3n, 953 ;Bryce, 931. 1893— Hutchisqu, 165 i; Cowern, 979. HUTCHISON 1533 Remington 1253 HAWKE'S BAY. HAWKE'S BAY. 1890— Russell, 1340 ; Reardon, 681. 1893— Russell, 1374; Reardon, 1304; Tanner, 920." RUSSELL , ... 2234 Fraser Ibsl NAPIER. 1890— Swan, 1105 ; Gannon, 972. 1893-Carnell, 2114 ; Swan, 1594. M'LEAN., 2456 Carnell 1709 WAIPAWA. 1850-Snrith, 1297 ; Hunter, 945. 1893-Hall. 2021 ; Hunter, 16i6 ; Carlile, 322. HUNTER ... „ 1931 Hall 1750 WELLINGTON. PAHIATUA. (A new electorate). J. O'MEARA , 1004 Tt. Manisty ... 974 W. W. M'Cardle 848 Taylor 233 Whitcombe ... 117 MASTERTON. 1890-Hogg, 1069 ; Beetham, 1051. 1893-Hogg, 2281; Harkness, 1045; M'Cardle, 425. HOGG ... 1547 Cameron ... - ... 1254 , WAIRARAPA. 1890— Buchanan, 987 ; Bunny, 712. 1893— Buchanan, 1826 ; Fairbrother, 1106 ; Pownall, 617. BUCHANAN ... „, 1944 Hornaby » ... 1611 WANGANUI. 1890— Ballance, 806 ; Carson, 781. 'On the death of Mr Ballance in April, 1893, Willis beat Carsoa by 309 votes. 1893-Willis, 1517; Carson, 1374; Parsons, 359. CARSON ; ... 2698 Willis 2044 RANGITIKEI. 1890-Macarthur, 978; Arkwright, 94i Mr Macarthur died in 18,12, and Mr R. C. Bruoe was returned, beating Mr Stevens by 61 vote 3. 1893-btevens, 2101 ; Lethbridge, 1923. LETHBRIDGE 1980 Bailey „ 1709 " MANAWATU. (A new electorate.) J.STEVENS ... .„ 1326 Bruce 1266 Kellow 547 Majority for Stevens, 60. OTAKI. 1893-Wilson, 1337 ; D. Frasev, 1138. FIELD 1797 Newman „ 1369 PALMERSTON. 1890— Wilson, 1055 ; Piraui, 994 ; Stevens, 396. 1893-Pirani, 1754 ; Snekon, 1541 ; Leary, 390. PIRANI 1603 Buick 1553 WELLINGTON SUBURBS. 1890— Newman, 680 ; Loudon, 502 ; Izard, 413. 1893— Newman, 1839 ; Wilford, 1715. WILFORD 2194 Hislop 1942 WELLINGTON CITY, 1890-Fisher, 2828; Duthie, 2779: Maodonald, 2482; Bell, 2299; Jellicoe, 1897; ITraser, 1755; M'Lean, 1060 ; Winter, 716. 1892— (Bye election, owing to Mr Macdonald's resignation.) W. M'Lean defeated H. D. Bell. 1893-Sir R. Stout, 6218 ; Bell, 5773 ; Duthie. 4842 ; Macdonald, 38«5 ; Fraser, 3729 ; Jl'Lean, 3440; H. B. Vogel, 2608; Fisher, 2385; Dwan, 1158 ; Travers, 1093. • The eleotion proceedings were extremely quiet— the tamest, in fact, for years. In the early part of the day it would have been difficult to believe polling was in progress, but the streets became fuller when the doors closed for the afternoon holiday. The absence of vehicles was particularly noticeable. The restriction placed on their use by law had evidently a groat effect;, and though some of the candidates had requested their friends by advertisement to place carriages and traps at their disposal, the appeal was not largely responded to, and few vehicle!, conspicuously adorned with posters, that were a feature of bygone elections,,could be seen. There was no rowdyism, and nob much of the usual horseplay indulged in on these occasions. There appears to bo some confusion about the arrangements for declaring results, which may leadto delay. Some of the clerks at branch booths intend to declare the result of their particular ballot box without waiting for others, and if this is porsisted in it must cause eonfttßion and difficulty in getting at the correct totals. Complaints were made during the day of the practice of stationary touts at the booths, furnished with fac similes of vobing tickets with which to delude the unwary. Some of these were dropped into the boxes, and probably there will be a goad many informal votes from this cause. Another source of vexation was that whereas in some booths voters upon entering received both voting papers together, in others they did not get the licensing paper without specially asking for it, and, it is asserted, plenty of votes were consequently not recorded. There seems to have been a want of uniformity in arranging the details of taking the poll. The collector of^ustomß has received 97 seamen's votes. The following is the result of the polling :—: — HUTCHESON ... 6942 STOUT „. ... ... 6837 FISHER ... .„ „. „. ... 6370 Atkinson ... ... <„ „, ... 6281 Menteath ... „', ... 6087 Wilson ... „» „. „, ... 6323 . Fraser . . „, „. 1906 Powell .„ ,», ' „. ... ... 194 Warburton ... ' ... " 99 NELSON AND WEST COAST. NELSON. 1890— Harkneas, 672 ; Kerr, 657 ; Flowerday, 94. 1893— Graham, 1289; Hurathouse, 1011; Kerr, 910; Lock, 74. •■ GRAHAM ... ~ ' .., ... M , 1986 Piper ... ...- ... .„ „. 1706 WAIRAU. . (This district includes portions of the Waimea and the old Wairau Electorates.) MILLS ..,. „, „,' '„, 2072 Buick ... „, to A & «014

BULLER. (Comprises moat of v the old Inangahua Electorate.) ' 1893 (bye-election)-Sir R. Stout, 1467 ; O'Regaa, 810. 1893- O'Regan, 1121; Collings, 917; Reeves, ' O'REGAN • ... „ 2234 Colvin 1942 MOTUEKA. ' (New electorate, comprising most of the old Electorate of Buller.) 1890 -o' Conor, unopposed. 1593-R. M'Kenzie, 1813 ; O'Conor, 1603. M'KENZTE 1265 Hurathouse , 1180 Franklyn 494 GREY". 1890— Guinness, 1109 ; Jones, 1090. 1893 -Guinness, 2405; Nancarrow, 714 ; <R. F. Bell, 302. GUINNESS , ,„ 2519 Bell « 742 WESTLAND 1890 -Seddon, 1098 ; Grimmond, 769. 1893— Hon. Mr Seddon (unopposed). SEDDON > ..„. w 2369 Grimmond 756 CANTERBURY. ASHLEY. 1890-Meredith, 643 : Lance, 611 ; Knicht, 137. 1893 -Meredith, 1668; Macfarlaue, 1078; Dick, 89. MEREDITH ... «,. ... ... 1710 Recce ... „ 1330 Ronner .., ... ... 3JI KAIAPOI. 1890-Moore, 939 ; Hoban, 550. 1893-Buddo, 1537 ; Moore, 1500. MOORE ... ..'. ... ; 2142 Buddo 1872 AVON. 1890-Tanner, 854 ; Rhodes, 642. 1893-Tanner, 17i7; M'lntyre, 1066; Wilßon, 405. TANNER ... .„ 1125 M'lntyre „ 718 Swarm 4 „, 250 Burgess *. 77 RICCARTON. 1890-Blake, 774 ; Stead, 588. 1893-Russell, 1517 ; Boag, 1411. ROLLESTON ... 1834 Russell 1443 CHRISTCHUROH CITY. 1890— Reeves, 2774; Perceval, 2721; R. M. Taylor, 2613; Smith, 1811; Humphreys, 1668; George, 119. 18V3 -Reeves, 5431 ; Smith, 4577 ; Collins, 3873 ; Sandford, 3596 ; Rev. J. O'Hoare, 30ol ; Rev. O. H. B adbury. 2936 ; Hoban, 2058 ; R. M. Taylor, 2039 ; Davie, 1911; Evison, 1765 ; George, 1647. ' 1891— At' the bye-election on the resignation of the Hon. W. P. Reeves, C. Lewis defeated T. E. Taylor and R. M. Taylor. O. LEWIS .. .., „. „, 6570 G. J. SMITH ' «!. -. 5938 ■T. IS. TAYLOR ... „. ... 5443 W. W. Oollins 5H07 H. G. Ell 4704 G. J. Beswick M , ... 3874 M. Donnelly 3709 W. Cullen 3364 J. A. H. Marciel ... 2981 R M. Taylor 555 J. T. Partridge .- ... 97 LYTTELTON. IS9O-Jo?e», 750 ; M'Gregor, 643 ; Barnett, 138. 1893 -Joyce, 189 a; Blake, 854 ; Douglas?, 40. JOYCE 1738 Jioques ... ... ... ... „. 1282 Webb 456 ELLESMERE. 1890— Rolleston, 748 ; Parker, 548. 1893— Montgomery, 1577 ; Rolleston, 1282. MONTGOMERY 1806 Anson , 1245 SELWYN. 1890— Saundera, 536 ; Anson, 485 ; Popple, 237. 18!)3— Saunders, 1239; Ansou, 1107. WASON 1676 Sauuders ". J494 ASHBURTON. 1890-Sir J. Hall, 757 ; M' Laehlan, 652. 1893— M'Lachlan, 1109; Wason, 1079; Waby, 711 ; Purnell, 542. E.G.WRIGHT 1319 J. M'Lachlan '... 1080 J. W. Sawle 930 Joseph Ive-s 227 GERALDINE. (A new electorate, comprising portions of the old Electorates of Rangitata and Pareora.) 189'l— Rhodes, 994 ; Buxton, 671. 1893— Flatman, 1592 ; Rhodes, 1377. FLATMAN 1730 Rhodes ... 1450 TIMARU. tS9O-Hall-Jone9, 472; Kerr, 420; Twomev, 366 ; Saiithson, 218 ; Thoreau, 9. 1893— Hall-Jones, 1914 ; Kerr, 1507, HALL-JONES 2180 Smith , ... 1534 Informal, 51. . THE NEW PARLIAMENT. AUCKLAND. Bay of Islands— *R. M. Houston ... ... G. Mareden — *R. Thompson .. , tf ... I. Waifcemata— -|R. Monk O. Eden — J, Bollard ... „. <«» ... O, Auckland (three members)— *flon. T. Thompson ... „. .„ G. J. J. Holland w .„ G. *W. Crowther „ ... I. Farnell— *F. Lawry „ „. G. Manukau-*Sir G. M. O'Rorka • G. Franklin— *W. F. Ma^sey O. Waikato-*F. W. Lang „. O. Ohinemuri — *Hon. A. J. Oadman G. Bay of Plenty— W. H. Herries ... .- O. Thames— *J. M'Gowan rt . Q, hawke's bay. Waiapu— *Hon. J. Carroll ... ... .., G. Napier— R. D. M'Lean ... «. ... O. Hawke's Bay — *Hou. Captain RusSell ... O. Waipawa — tG. Hunter O. TASANAKI. Taranaki — H. Brown... ... .„ ... O. Egmont— W. Symes ... ... „. „. G. Hawera— *F. M'Gnire ... «, ... O. WBLLINaTON, Mssterton — *A. W. Hogg ... ... ... G. Pahiatua— J. O'Meara ... ,v» ... G. Wairarapa— #W. C. Buchanan ... ... O. Patea— *G. Hutchison .., „. ... 0. Palmerston North— *F. Pirani .„. ... G. Manawatu— *J. Stevens ... ..-, ... G. Otaki— H. A. Field .- ... ,„ ... £X Wellington City (three members)—" J. Hutcheson „. ... ». ... 6. *Sir R. Stout ... .i. .« *L. O. |G. Fisher , ... G. Wellington Suburbs— T. M. Wilford ... G, Wanganui — G. Carson ... .. . O. Rangitikei— F. Y. Lethbridgo „. m. O. NELSON AND WESTLAND. Nelson— *J. Graham... „» ,» -,: O. Wairau-*O. H. MiUs* . v rt .' & Motueka— tt R. M^onzie y t> a , G. Buller— *P. J. O'Regan «o w Ct. Grey— *A. R. Guinness ••» A a, G. Westlancl— *Hon. E. J. Seddoa & £, Q,

CANTERBURY! Ashley— *R. Meredith „»' v ,, .„ Of, Kaiapoi— tß. Moore , „•, o ( Avon— *W. W. Tanner , X (J, Christchuroh (three members)— *C Lewis ; ... „. o *G. J. Smith , ;, f , i T.E.Taylor A ... I, Riccarton— fHon. W. Rolleston ... „k O, Lyttelton— *J. Joyce 4 v rt , G. Ellesmere— *W. H. Montgomery ..', ... G. Ashburton— |E. G. Wright... ... .„ 0. Selwyn— tJ. 0. Wason 0. Geraldine— *F. R. Flatmxn , ... G. Timaru— *Hon. W. Hall-Jones ... J* G. OTAGO. Waitaki— *Hon. W. J. Steward ... „. G. Oamaru— *T. Y. Duncan [ G. W*ihemo— *Hon. J. M'Kenzie .., ". Q, Waikouaiti— E. G. Allen .-.. g! Dunedin City (three roenibers)— tM. J. Scobie Mackenzie ... ... O *J. A. Millar H ... Q tH.S. Fish ... ... u< o. Cayersham -* A. Morrison .„ „, .„ G. Taieri— *W. Carncross .«• „, ... G. Bruce— *J. Allen , o, Tuapeka— *Hon.W. J. M. Lamach ... G, Olutha— fJ. W. Thomson 0. Wakatipu— *W. Fraser „ O, Mataura— tHon. G. F. Richardson .« O. Awarua— *Hon. J. G. Ward G. Invercargill— *J W. Kelly ... ... ... I, Wallace— M. Gilfedder G. *In last Parliament, t Sat in previous Parli* ments. .-'

Pott Chalraerß Bawksbury ,„ Seacliff ... „. Sandy mount North-East Harbour... Otakou Mount Cargill Rothesay ... Portobello «„ ... Merton ... Purakanui „, Lower Harbour Evansdale Waitati Sawyers' Bay 3t. Leonards Highcliff Broad Bay Hooper's Inlet ... 683 125 71 32 15 24 13 112 38 38 20 45 21 33 68 32 13 15 10 144 108 36 35 6 25 18 10 18 18 SS 3 18 15 18 26 77 35 13 69 67 34 14 17 9 20 34 66 23 24 1 25 99 38 13 11 5 18 211 12 13 8 0 0 1 20 1 9 16 2 4 9 33 13 3 4 9 7 5 6 4 1 2 0 1 5 3 2 0 0, 4 2 1 1 1 12 Totals I 1424 I 661 568 370 I 57 *

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•Balcluthalprincipal) Owaka ' ,„ „. Ahuriri Batumi ... Houipapa , Katea Asainore, Burnt Fl't Tabakopa (Lory's) ... Tahakopa (Scott's... Chaslands Tahatika .Purekireki Port Molyneux , ... Romahapa Puerua .„ ... Waitepeka .;. ... Warepa TeHouka Kaihiku ... „ ' Waiwera Waiwera Township , Ashley Downs Kong*here ... Clinton Wairuna ... • ... Pom aliaka Downs... Wuipahi Clßrikenich ... „. Waikoikoi P/om^liaka ... ... Kelso Tapanui Arthurton Kaiwera ... Slopedown Pukerau Waik«ka Valley ... ICnapdale Chatton East Gor« Clinton Gorge Merino Downs '... Totals ... 29 30 4 2 4 4 1 4 13 24 50 51 68 77 I 86 - 41 46 27 64 43 9 138 33 10 62 45 54 55 92 204 15 28 18 48 52 14 8 28 18 31 97 33 35 34 16 22 21 46 43 26 26 20 21 14 5 12 9 10 41 1 6 90 12 10 37 7 14 11 36 75 15 1 1 28 ' 19 10 2 11 13 27 5 25 3 11 II 5 14 6 6 5 3 6 16 1 5 1 8 9 74 5 12 8 5 2 _ 5 2 2 3 - I 1 I 3 I — • ~ 1 - 3 I 1 11 8 18 11 12 73 6 1 _ 6 7 2 9 3 1 14 9 25 5 13 5 6 4 3 3 2 2 " . 1 ' 1990 1087 1 415 I — ' £03

Queenatown ' ... Arrowtown Arthur's Point ... Baunockburn Cardrona Cromwell ... Garston Glenorchy ,„ „, Hawea Flat Kingston ... Kinloch .„ ... Longridge Lowburn , Lower Shofcover ... Maori Point Luggate ... .. Macetown .„ Handeville... Moke Greek Nokomai ... ... Pembroke ... Premier Mine ... Queensberry Kiversdale ... ... Sandhills Skipper's Point ... Tarras ... Waikaia ... Waikaka Waipounamu l"~ 133 131 22 57 40 100 30 23 47 11 9 12 63 64 4 16 45 35 8 7 63 17 7 108 > 4 24 26 126 70 . 19 148 103 45 99 3t> 120 24 24 24 11 6 13 27 2S 8 10 25 30 a % 2, 73. 19 26 5 80 9 4 1 48 7 3 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 7 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 - Complete Totals I 1594 1260 128

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