The E[on. E. Richardson has clecided definitely not to stand for any constituency which involves the necessity of a personal canvass,' being unequal to the physical exertion required. i Mr Saunclers addressed the electors of Selvvyn on Wednesday evening, and was accorded a vote of thanks and;ponfidence, Mr H. i. Hall,, of feiccarton, has reH ceived a very numerously gigned rejquisition asking hini to contest the Harwell district. There are now three candidates out for the Akaroa sent, viz., Messrs ,loyce, M'Gregor and W, Barnett. The sefivnen and wharf men of Wellington hayel selected as their candidates for Parliament Messrs M'Donald, Fisher, and Winter. The nominees of the other trades are Messrs M'Dondld, Fraser, and M'Lean. Speculating on the outcome of the elections the "Wellington Post" aays that m the event of Sir M. O'BcJrke- not being returned the Hqu, W. Kolleston, should he gain-a, seufc-r-w-hioh it may be said is the, Ayinti of all sections of political thought—would probably be the next Speaker. Mr Hoban is said to be the candidate most; likely to be 'chosen by the Kaiapqi Liberal Association to represent th> Liberal interest. '
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ELECTION NOTES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2552, 24 October 1890
ELECTION NOTES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2552, 24 October 1890
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