The Dunedin Labor Unions have' cBolved to support Sir Robert Stout, a*"* Messrs Fish and Hutchison for Dunedi." lMr H. S. Valentine is to contest Tuapeka against Mr J. C. Brown, instead of opposing the Hon O. F. Bichardson for The writs for the election of Maori members of the House of Representatives appear m the " Gazette just to hand lkv J, Gannon, Opposition candidate addressed^ell-attendedmeetingatNapier 1-mfr nirrht His speech was mainly on the He strongly supported a *«WP policy. A vote of thanks and confidence ■was carried unopposed. 1 Major Steward, who is addressing his constituents at various centres, has natt largely attended meetings at Wainoa, Sandhurst, and St. Andrews, but at the last-named place the meeting was the largest of the kind ever held m the township, and was quite enthusiastic Votes of thanks and confidence vrere passed unanimously at all the places narfted. Major Steward opens at Fairlie Creek tonight, and at Albury co-morrow.
[PEK PRESS ASSOCIATION.]
Wanganui, October 14. "Mr »Udnce addressed a large meeting •of eleefart* last night at Brunswick schoolroom "fhe candidate dealt with ft number of questions, duelling on the work of 'the Oppos^.on last session m successfully ■opposing the imposition of taxation to the uiniount of at l«£t £100,000, and reducing <fche estimates by #0,000 per annum. The speaker remarked*** no Opposition fin any session had ever don* tetter work, .and that Mr Bryce's censures w hy* address to the Waikato electors was mj .small carping, condemnatory of everyone Jfout himself.
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THE ELECTIONS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2543, 14 October 1890
THE ELECTIONS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2543, 14 October 1890
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