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THE ELECTIONS.

Mr J. W. Thomson is a candidate for Br.uce. Mr Thomson is an ex-M.H.R,, having.been a. member of the House m the Parliaments of 188t87. Mr W.^ DawMon, a Dunedin ex-Mayor, is announced ass a candidate for Dunedin suburbs. l ■■' ' ;- Mr-F. S. Parker-has decided' to,contest the Halswell seat against' the Ht»n.; W. Rolleston. •. ■__'"■' Major Harris, a candidate for Franklin, addressed a mee'tihg of eleisiors at Pukekohe 011 Saturday. He- advoccted retrenchment and the abolition of the Property tax, and said lie was opposed to further borrowing.,.. Major Harris was given a vote of confidence. A requisition is being signed m Lyfetelton asking Mr T. M'Clatchie to allow himself to be nominated as a candidate for.the Akaroa electorate./ ■.. •■ In response^ to a largely signed requisition Mr G. G. Stead has consented to become a candidate foptlie Avon electorate. • ■ . „'• " ( ,: '; WELLWGfroiiT, November 3. At a 3argely-attendcid;meetirigof Roman Catholics tin's evening, presided over by Dr Grace, it was'unanimously resolved to support the candidature, of Mr' E. G. Jollicoe for Wellington City.

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THE ELECTIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2561, 4 November 1890

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THE ELECTIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2561, 4 November 1890

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