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Mr Menteith has decided nob! to stand I for Wellington, Ifc is stated that Mr Dodson. M.H.R., for Wairau, is likely to be culled to the Upper House. :; , ' The Hon. E. Mitchelson will contest Eden sent. Sir George Grey has been requested to deliver a political address at. Auckland. Mr.T. J. Devine, .solicitor, is announced •is a candidate for Wellington. Mr VV. F. Bucklaud will oppose fche Speaker (Sit: M/uirica OTRorke) for Frank-lyn. A requisition i.sin course of signature asking Mr John Ollivier to consent to become a candidate for the representation of Heathcote, Mr Taiuif\r is, n\m .U>' be u.sku'l to oon>3 forward for thy same contititueiiey, On, (lit that Mi-11. E. N. Two))etij% late editor of the "()tagoD.iily Times," has been asked to contest the Tiniaru seat, and has conseuted to do so. Messrs A. E. G. Rhodes an,d S, Buxton ary both otnying at Teiauka, with the object of canvassing the voters iv the district Tlie electoral roll for the newly-formed j district of Geraldine has been received. There are 1924 names thereon. Claims for enrolment on the supplementary roll ar§ being received by Regist^tiou QffiWi'

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THE ELECTIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2531, 30 September 1890

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THE ELECTIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2531, 30 September 1890

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