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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 73

Mr. P. J. O'Regan, — Inangahua

page 93

Mr. P. J. O'Regan,


Mr. P. J. O'Regan,

Mr. P. J. O'Regan,

Mr. P. J. O'Regan is the youngest member of the House, having been born at Charleston (West Coast) in 1860, and is thus 26 years of age. He is a journalist. At the bye-election for Inangahua in 1893, caused by the retirement or Mr. R. Reeves, he stood against Sir R. Stout but was defeated. He stood for the same constituency at the General Election and was successful. Mr. O'Regan is a firm Single-taxer, and supports Non-Party Government, the Referendum, and the Hare system of election.

Result of General Election, 1893:—
O'Regan, P. J. 1121 Returned.
Collings, W. G. 917 Defeated.
Reeves, R. H. J. 843 Defeated.

Votes recorded, 2881; number on roll, 3482. Women on roll, 998, of whom 916 voted.