Mr W.T. Wood at Jackeytown
Manawatu Times, Volume XXVII, Issue 7589, 20 November 1902, Page 2
Mr W.T. Wood at Jackeytown
Me W. T. Wood addressed the largest audience last evening that has assembled in the Jackeytown schoolhouse during the present' political campaign. Mr H. McEwen senr., occupied the chair. The candidate was listened to attentively throughout, and his speech was frequently applauded. After answering meral questions, a unanimous vote of
.. innks and confidence was carried on the motion of Mr Uallinger, seconded by Mr D. McEwen. junr.
Mr H. J. Mansou addressed a fairly well-attended meeting at Upper Taonui lftßt night. Mi A. C irnpbell occupied the chair, and the candidate received an attentive hearing. At the conclusion of the add ess several questions were asked and satisfactorily answered, and a vote of thank 3 passed to Mr Manson, on the motion of Mr Innes, seconded by Mr Sewell.
Mr Pi<-ani's nominators tor the Hutt were—Wm. E. Welch, Taifca; Emily Annie M'Ewen, Petone; Eichard White, Petone; Samuel V. Burridge, Petone; Johu Brassel, Nainai; Thomas P. Allen, Waiwetu. The electors of Terrace End are reminded that Mr Hodder will address tliem^ in the Wesleyan Schoolroom, Broa'l-streefc on Thursday evening. Mr H. Haydon will take the chair at 8 o'clock. Mr Hodder will address a meeting of electors at the Methodist Bro.id-skreet Sunday School to-night at 8 o'clock. Mr W. T. Wood speaks at the Public ' Hall, Lintoa, this (Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock. We are desired to notify that Mr W. i T, Wooi having secured the schoolroom ' at Upper Taonui will speak there on Friday 21st at 8 p m.
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G-keymouth, Tuesday. Messrs A. R. Guinness and Bey" P W. Isitt liave been nominated for the Grey electorate.
Taueanga, "Wednesday. The following nominations wer« received for Bay of Plenty .—Messrs Hernes (Opposition), Eey. C.Jordan, David Lundon and J. E. Taylor, all Governaient supporters, and all of whom haye declared most emphatically they will not retire for anyone.
Waijiate, November 19. Tae candidates nominated for the Waitaki seat are Sir W. J. Steward and Mr John Campbell. Pahiatxa, Wednesday. Last night Mr Goiild addressed" the largest political meeting held here so far. He dealt severely with Mr O'Meara for having read a letter witten by him (Mr Gould) and marked private. He favored prohibition and opposed the freehold. Nelson, Noyember 19. Mr Harry Atmore, the third candidate for Nelsoj City, addressed a crowded meeting to-night. He strongly supported the Government policy, also Bible-reading in schools, but opposed prohibition and favoured compensation. He reoeived a hearty vote of thanks. Dunkdin, November 19. Mr J. W. Thomson addressed the electors at Balclutha last night. He criticised adversely large borrowing. Sir Joseph Ward addressed a crowded meeting in the Drill Hall at the Bluff to-night. The speech was on the lines of his Winton utterances. A yote of thanks and 'continued confidence in him as member for Awarua, and the .Liberal i "inistry, of which he is so distinguished a nember, was carried unanimously. Inveecargill, November 19. Mr J. A. Hanan addressed a moderate sized audience of Invercargill electors to-night. He spoke in support of the Government's policy and administration, and had a good hearing. A vote of thanks to, and confidence in, the candi. dute was carried.