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(PBIt PRKB* AHHOOIATION. ) • > Weimngton, September 6 The writ for tue Onnaaru neat was telegraphed to tho Returning Offiaer yentord»y, bo nomlnaMona will probably take plaae la tkbout a fortnight honao. Oamaku, BepLember 6. Up to tho preßeui. none no one baa »n--noanood hla lutett'oa of oppoilog Mr Hlolop for tho Oamata Boat, although there ia a rain >t that oae of the defeated candidates »t the Uat election will oome forward. Requisitions to Mr Hlilop huve been largolf signed, and will be presented to him on h<n wrlvnl to-moirow 'night.

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] i Wellington, September 7. I have it on good authority that Mr JelUooo, the well ' knorru Welllnftt-in Barrister, will contest the O»tnaru neat wlth.Mr Hlelop. Mr JelKooe luavett for the Booth as soon on possible.

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THE OAMARU SEAT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2220, 7 September 1889

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THE OAMARU SEAT Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2220, 7 September 1889

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