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PICTON ELECTION.

The candidates were Mr. William Adams, of Nelson, and Mr. Arthur Beauchamp, of Picton. In our last we announced the result of the polling at Nelson, which gave Mr. Adams a majority of 26 The returns since received show a majority for him at flavelock of 8; but these were more than reversed by the voting at Picton and Deep Cieek, which put Mr. Beauchamp in advance by 72 voies, making his majority on the four places '38. The Kahuna returns have not yet been reported ; but there is ro likelihood of the expected majority for Mr. Adams over-topping this, so that Mr. Benuchainp in all probability is the member for Picton.

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PICTON ELECTION., The Colonist, Volume IX, Issue 875, 20 March 1866

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PICTON ELECTION. The Colonist, Volume IX, Issue 875, 20 March 1866

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