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Mr J. W. Run.' formerly member for Invercavgill, will be asked by Ota liur«rcargillites to allow himself to Wnominited for a seat at the forthcoming elections; , Mr G. ,W.\ RusseU »ddre^Odr',the Heathcote electors at Woolston last evening., He received. a vote of. thanks and " no-conndeilce." Mr Tanner, tie? labour candidate for the same constituoacy addressod the electors at HeatjtcoteValley the same evehihg, and reoejfed *. unanimous vote of. thanks a*tfc confidence. '"','.'■ Mr W. Hoban has announced' his; candidature for KaiapoL Mr J. M. Vferrall will be a candidatefor Christchurch at the ( forthcoming: electionn. , ' . Mr Husjh Sltortland, solicito ; f, Will b^ a candidate for JJfewton, Auckland- '■,' Complaints are made m t Auckland a. number of factory boys,, wh^t«. .«W es range from fourteen. to. Bixt©*jfc. yearn have had their names record*^ on the roll for one of the electorates. Mr A. J. Burns, a canrti'date for TaierL m the course of an address,at Moariel last, evening advocated, the sale, of tlie railways m order to jp# y»e public debt. ' - »?V PP HaU 2, HSin delh'ered his first addrjwa. to the eletfqrs ot Franklyn at Pqkekoha ;!*,* n^tTmul was accorded,*, y 9 to o£ CQufidsnceT ..

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THE ELECTIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2555, 28 October 1890

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THE ELECTIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2555, 28 October 1890

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