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(PBK PRESS ABBOOI-.TJON. ) Oamaeu, Sertsmber 8 Mr T. TV. HislQp arrived m Oamaru this evening from the North, and was met at the railway station by a large orowd. The reception was a good one, amongst much cheering there being only a few groans. The Oity Band had been asked to turn, out, and played at the railway station. A requisition was presented to MrHislop, signed; by over 200 electors, expressing satisfaction with his conduct and confidence iri him as a candidate . Mr Hi slop will bo opposed by Mr W, H. Frith, who stood at the last eleotlon, and probably Mr David Dunn, the mayor of the town, who had promised to stand if requisitioned. .Mr JoJliooe, of. Wellington, will b'b) be a candidate, it is said, but his: oandidature is not looked upon as other then a joke m face of the faot tbat three looal men will oon test the seat. - (jrnou ova own correspondent.] , , \ ' 7. Mr Jellicoe loavoa early next week for Cfl.aaaru to make preliminary arrangement?) for his contest with Mr Hlslop. The latter will have a very warm timo when Mr Jelllcoe gets properly to work, as he. )B one of the smartest and ablest men In tho profession here. •■-- — .

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THE OAMARU SEAT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2221, 9 September 1889

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THE OAMARU SEAT Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2221, 9 September 1889

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