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TELEGRAPHIC.

[New Zealand Fbbss Aisoouhqk Tijiß<3*akb.] Wswn€HOK, Sepiemßer 5. POLLING.— Yestebday. WAIBARAPA.,- ■* r s~\ r -Beetham, 792; Bunny, 580;,O.Pharaz|&/£W,§ WALLACE. " * vv k-J~ Hirst, 148; Joyce; 98;'OuthbertBon, 20. LYTTELTON. Allwright, 192; Murr»y : Aynsley.,J,76. iSC^Jid!^^ WANGANUI. Bryce, 526; Ballance, 625; Sir W. F(«, 478,, There is one return to oome in, bu.t it gqn.n.ot affect the result. UQMONT. Major Atkinson, 322; Sherwood, 118. KAIAPOI. Mr Bowen obtained a majority of 81. WELLINGTON. '*■ ft 7/V, Levin, 1,191; Hutchison, 864;' Hunter, $18;;|md. Greenfield, 415. There was invne^seieXcitenvent towards the olase of the poV.. - u"•".'^^ ■'} POET CHALMEE9. ■. s:^ -:' Macandrew had a majority of 96 over Grten. ROSLYN. •:*-■■■' Driver, 553; Barr, 355; Hogg, 11, :\ EDEN. Tole, 413; and Whitafcer, 309. RANGITIKEI. Major Willis had a majority of 107 over Mr 0, L. Maclean. OTHER ILEOTION ITEMS. The show of hands at the nomination far Anol?-----land City East was—Clark, 26; and Speight, 64. The polling at Gisborne for the East Oo^st election was —M'Don&ld, 174; Johnson, 81; Morris, 22. * Mr Feldwick has been nominated in .opposition to IMr Wakefleld at Geraldine. The poll takes place ,on Tuesday next. . At the nomination for the Wakatipu, the Bhow of hands was—Mason, 13; Finn and Manders, eaoh 7. It is said Mr Reeves, of Dunedin, will stand fox the Thames, should Sir George Grey retire. Mr Carrick has retired from the Caversham con- j teat in favor of Mr Barron. Messrs M'lndoe. Main, ! Wilson, Cultf i, Moloney, and Barron were proposed, i The show of hands at Auckland City West nomi. I nation was—Hurst, 68; Wallis, 59; Stark, 51; and Newman, 10. The poll takes place to-day. The candidates proposed for Heathoote were— Messrs Fisher and Morgan. The poll taken place '< on Monday. WmhotOTok, Beptembtr 5. A writ h»» been serred, at the suit of Mr W. Clark, 0.E., against the proprietors ot-Jfo^fEtniingf Chronicle, claiming £1000 daawgei for fwg«d nhej: and malioioui itfttement made ! datipg |the |>tf : Mayoralty election. '■'' - *—i- -*—*' The New Zealand Punch., WM^ped to-day, and is a rery oreditable production.'"'- > Ditsidik, September 5. The-New Zealand Agrioultural..Con»p»ny».b.»*^M^ ceived adrioo that Sir. William, Cunningoam wi|l arrived, by the next Sari Franoi_ioo>.mi(|l^^odvhii minion will be to report on th*iQompßJijpf|j^.* perliei at a field for immigration from England. , Ghbistohuaox, September 5. . The Liberal Anoowtion hat reoeired • telegram from Mr M*cwdrew and Sir George Grey dUUaotly

denying thtt the Railway workshops will be removed -from Chr iitnhnrnh -toJ>unadia. ~,— . .. j .aaAoa 30< iThe Evening Newt ia mulcted in £250 damages for i belloutteJ*g»Mni.^.ltxtr»nipiredf that iiaf. own correspondent was a,local publican's billiard marker. j Tht"«^¥s«?WiWZe«laua;''-fnt('OolSiSial Courts are - Wall | forward! ioV; the) opening' of thfr-Sydney Exhibition.sAll others are behind. .Ihp; fine arts depot ii ready. There is ample accommodation for visitors. r An advertisement for board" brought 81 replies. *"WI Italian cj.li .m -■w... 1^..b ! A telegraphic despatoh from the 'Agenl^Seheral dated lltb; Augurf »tatfM.th'et ■wbscribergjtbHhe New South Wales loan had paid over (£2,533,018; 10i 6d), anticipating theperiode, for' the instalments. - I The Qorerament'arepushing >'6n tenders with tho obW?|(pf keeping labor employed;: -'. ;.' . [ At Criminal Court, DarlinghurstaWilliam B6binson/ ; barman, was eentenoed to three-jyears unprieonment fd|'atttmptiijg to defraud thVSta'ndard Ineniraboe CfcmpenyM New Zealand.'- -•■ ■ ' - 1'- ■" j laths^eealUn^iaoafortheohampionship/Tricketfc out-genaralled ilatjoockiby ;j»dioious avoidance of forge tide^Thia v tbeir,MTenth meeting.., Tricketfc alwaye.wori^exoept'onbel^L'iycook and fiusu. are matohed for thrfifth fir a'hundreda side. L; aTrickett bias lent Rush one of the new English-builif'boats. j Wrd Irtftoehae ibeeni entertained by thezMayor, and,injreply uig^to hi»,health he spoke,chiefly on social subjects. '■"•■'".'.. I Da'le/ix-lCaydr of Orange, !■' committed" for'"";trial on-three -charges of' forgery! to 'which he pleaded guilty. Hal is sentenced to three years'; imprisonment; ; .."jifio .'!■ ■; ,::.o-. i-ivj. •- :. v. ; o.\ ! ( J >,v <••■<"-.i-i-^u-'-i- :.BBnfßAKl,.August 1 29. ; A^diabolioal attempt to- fire 'the"town'of .Copperfield ,wW' discovered; v Pilei.1 of unused "stores were fou'na iueired^wilhl tor, "and' saucepans-full of buraingitarat'aihort distanoe. ;> Had.it been; delayed t^n.mip^teij^tbe,,whole town would have,been in flames. * """" " '"" ;... „ .„• j Br.uoe, Mayor oLCopperfield; has been "oommifctod on a'charge of stealing agbld^ing and silver^watch. ) Captain ißiper, aboriginal; charged with the murder! of ; Stephe&Ji botanist,,thirteen years ago, - in, the sfrab on the ooast of Moreton Bay,, has..been

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TELEGRAPHIC., Colonist, Volume XXII, Issue 2597, 6 September 1879

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TELEGRAPHIC. Colonist, Volume XXII, Issue 2597, 6 September 1879

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