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THE NEWTON SEAT.

: ■ . c* (Tbk TJnited Press, Association.] ' Auckland, February In reply to Borne Newton electors who telegraphed to the Premier, suggesting that a candidate should be proposed in opposition to Sir George Grey for Newton, the Honi Mr Ballance states.— "My desire is to see Sir George Grey unopposed for an Auckland seat." Wellington, February 26. As bearing upon the telegram from Auckland respecting the Newton seat, itmay- be , mentioned that • the Premier claims Sir George Grey as a Government supporter. Speaking o'f the by-elections, the Hon. Mr Ballancosaid it was the determination of the Government to fight every election in the keenest possible manner.

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THE NEWTON SEAT., Wanganui Chronicle, Volume XXXIII, Issue 11205, 27 February 1891

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THE NEWTON SEAT. Wanganui Chronicle, Volume XXXIII, Issue 11205, 27 February 1891

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