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THE GENERAL ELECTIONS.

* (Continued from Page 1.) exhibited the verdicts in the Rangiora Institute Hall.

ELLESMERE. Two Liberals against one Conservative was the tale in Ellesmere, and, as was very generally anticipated, the Conservative candidate, Mr R. H. Rhodes, retained possession of tiie seat. He is one of the minority representatives, having polle/J 59 votes lese than the two Liberals, of whom Mr Rennie made a really good fight. Bhodes. Rennie. Shaw.

COURTENAY. The restriction to tj\ . candidates of fche fight for the Courtenay seat created an unusual amount of interest, and at each of the centres the polling was heavy. It was recognised that Mr M'Bride had made great progress in the electorate, and that his chanoe was to be reckoned with, but on the whole opinion favoured Mr Lewis, the Opposition whip. Mr M'Bride put up a great fight, ana as the results were posted he appeared at times to have a winning oli ance, but the final result showed a majority of 245 for the Opposition candidate. Lewis. M'Bride.

HURUNUI. l Mr Rutherford retained his seat by .1 very large majority. The number 8 wolled were:— A. W. Rutherford 2061, 0. Cloflner 959, G. Pulley 261. The booths from which returns were Available this morning were: — Rutherford. Clothier. Pulley.

SELWYN. The Selwyn electors were in the fortunate position of having to choose between only two candidates, with a very clear line of demarcation to divide them. At the previous election the Liberal vote was split, and the seat went to the Opposition candidate, Mr Hardy. Yesterday, however, Mr Hardy was opposed by only one of his former rivals, Mr Ivess, whose chances were ponsidered good. The contest was a close one, Mr Ivass having gained a substantial following, but the victory nested again with Mr Hardy. Hardy. Ivess.

TEMARU. Intense interest was taken by the Kxwnspeople of Timaru in the elections, and a nice cool day favoured both a

Sheffield .' .. . 148 58 Springfield Hororata , • 134 44 . Glentunnel . .. 39 74 Fighting Hill . . 10 12 Kcwai Bush . , 11 31 Russell's Flat . . 35 14 Brookside ... 118 48 Glenroy . „, . 30 . \ 9 Killinchy . * 32 •19 Dunsandel . . 153 105 Methven . . .225 215 Barr Hill , . 32 - 21 Chertsey , . 79 ,50 Rakaia ... 281 250 Dorie , , , 36 14 Lauriston e . 34 41 Kyle ... 27 12 Coalgato . - * - * 37 21 Annat ... 67 10 Highbank . . .37 58 South Malvern . 33 ,32 East Oxford . . 142 14*6 West Orford . . 28 42 View HiU .3-5 , 32 Cooper's Creek .30 o2 Oxford Courthouse .117 -2 View. HiU Plaiiw .27 7 Cft.leion .■.*__ 18 Staircase Gully - S 4b Bealey -*...• % 17 R Ccaigi-burn . .- •» ° Woodstock . ." 1« T& _yyndhu__rti . . 47 5*2 Broken River . 14 179 Sloven's Creek . 3 _16 2203 1680

Xmberley . . 187 85 17 Mackenzie .97 61 76 IDom-tt . 29 21 11 fipotswood . 31 .25 2 :_____o_i_ . . 235 174 . 14 ■Lyntcxn Downs .32 9 1 Kaikoura Suburbs .54 30 0 Port Robinson 26 4 2 Hanmer Plains .70 17 7 ■ Clarence Bridge 2-1 2 2 Hundalee . 10 ,'- 3 3 Conway Flat .18 5 4 Greenhill- . . 14 . 6 4 Kekerangu .21 7 0 Ethelton . -2 -* 49 Whale's Back .11 3 2

Prebbleton 67 21 Weedons ... — — Broadnelda . — — lincoln ... 124 98 Hals Tell . . » 193 80 Templeton . .104 105 West Melton . . 77 58 Halkett ... 44 42 Kimberley Aylesbury 23 32 Eolleston . . 34 59 Burnham • . 31 61 Greendale i . 73 74 Darfield ... 143 68 Ellesmere 16 34 Ladbrookes 63 21 Springston 76 43 Kirwee . .. . 118 s 72 Spreydon . 169 169 Addington . .125 339 Yaldhurst . ,113 39 Hornby ... 46 -72 Islington . . 25 126 Tai Tapu « Totals . . 1971 1715

Little River . 100 89 .75 Akaroa . . .228 269 15 Ataahua ... 46 22 11 Doyleston ... 63 -S3 16 Duvauchelle's 77 75 j 3 Greenpark . . .74 75 0 Irwell ... 56 46 6 Killinchy * , 54 80 9 Lakeside . . , 74 51 13 Le Bon's Bay , . 57 56 1 Leeston . , .182 141 102 Little Akaloa . 68 22 .3 Motukarara .. 40 76 3 Okain's Bay - „ • 24 75 0 Pigeon Bay , . 46 46 0 Port Levy ... 41 10 6 Purau ... 24 13 3 Southbridge . . 238 152 70 Springston . , 104 112 6 Tai TaDU , . 124 46 3 Teddington * „ 29 12 1 ■ Wainui .. . , 55 19 0 Totals - - . 1804 1620 339

Buddo. Moore. Kaiapoi , . . B_.> 575 Rangiora ... 628 421 Woodend ... 98 . 1*65 Oust .- . .193 ' 174 West Eyreton . . 46 91 Ohoka ... 97 112 Fernside ... 74 92 Southbrook . . 175 16 Waikuku ... 52 69 Clarkville . . 41 91 Swannanoa 23 40 Eaat Eyreton 8 79 Totals , . 2060 1925

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THE GENERAL ELECTIONS., Star, Issue 8491, 7 December 1905

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