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THE ELECTIONS.

Mr Dodson,"M.H.R., for Wairau, has publicly stated that he ia about to be cillud to the Upper House.' Mr W. H. Phillips is "a candidate for Wsiimoa-Picton constituency. < ; It has been decided to ask 'Mr James Gough to stand for Sehvyn. ' > Mr G. T. Smith has been requested to stand for ChrisLchurch. ' Me Seobie Mackenzie w Raid" to" have declined a request to "contest; the Foyton seat. He will contest Mpunt Ida with Mr Nincent Pyke. Mr Carson, who opposes Mr Ballanco for Wanganui, received a.voto of thanks .and confidence last evening. Mr Jellicoe announces himself as a candidate for Wellington. » TJio Committee appointed by the Wellington Diocesan Synod last year to consider what steps should' be' taken by churchmen to support Mr Vincent Pyke's School Bill, Hiet yesterday, and agreed on a report for presentation to the Diocenan Synod at its meeting !so-day. The Committee recommend the formation pf local Election Committees ir. the various centres of population, with a view to organisation of the Church of England vote, so that churchmen may give votes preferentially to such candidates as promise to support the Private Schools Bills m the newParliament. ' ' ' ' " ' "" Mr Joseph Ivess will, it is said contest Elesmere.

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THE ELECTIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2537, 7 October 1890

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THE ELECTIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2537, 7 October 1890

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