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LYTTELTON BY ELECTION.

MR MILLER AT OKAIN'S BAY

Mr M. J, Miller, tbe Reform candi date for the Lyttelton seat, addressfed a meeting of electors in the Okain'e Bay Schoolroom on Monday evening. There were about 40 present, and Mr 0. S. F. Moore aotod as chairman, The candidate was given an attentive he tring, there being but few interjec tions, which were taken in good part by the speaker. After making feeling references to the death of the late member, Mr Miller spoke for nearly an hour on the policy of the Govern inent, At the close of the address a number of questions were put and answered, and then Mr David Jones, the Reform organiser, gave a ebcrt address, touching chiefly on land, finance and etrike questions. Ho also answered quastiona put to him by the meeting. Votea of thanks were paesed to Messrs Miller and Jones, and a vote of thanks to the chairman concluded the meeting.

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LYTTELTON BY ELECTION., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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LYTTELTON BY ELECTION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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