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THE ELECTIONS.

Auckland, October 8. Richard E. Hobbs, who first entered the House of Representatives m 1878, has definitely decided. to retire, and will not contest the Bay of Islands beat.-, ■' ' New Plymouth, October 8, Mr Clinton Hughes addressed the electors last night. He did not < indicate which party he would support. He opposed borrowing, favored retrenchment, would raise the. school age from 5. to 7 years,, and stop State Education at the Fourth Standard. He advocated the introdnction of immigrants, and would support federation. He thought < there was no need for a strike m New Zealand. • A vote of thanks was accorded. ;' ■ •-, Dunemn, Octobers, Mr.Snow, County Chairman, ia definitely out fortheTaieri. ', • ■

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THE ELECTIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2538, 8 October 1890

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THE ELECTIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2538, 8 October 1890

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