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The Hon. Mr Mitchelson leaves Welingtou on Friday for Auckland, and will remain at the latter place until after the elections. For the Invercargill scat the candidates m the field are Messrs Bain, Kelly, and Feldwiclc. Mr Hatch has nob yet an2H»unced his final intentions. Mr James Allen, late M.H.E. for Dunedin East, who at last election defeated the Premier, had a boisterous meeting m Dunedin last night. lowards the end of his address he became totally inaudible owing to interruptions and frequent interpolations. At the conclusion of the address a vote of thanks but no confidence was proposed, but the chairman would only put the first part referring to thanks. The meeting, which was uprorious, declined to vote, and the motion was declared lost, and the chairr ian declared an amendment of confidence 1 Tied, although the meeting did not " t , for this any more than the motion.

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ELECTION NOTES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2557, 30 October 1890

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ELECTION NOTES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2557, 30 October 1890

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