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At noon on Monday Mr M. J. aaaressed a well attended meeting ftt La Bon'a Bay, Mr W. J. C. Syraes presiding. Mr Miller spoke on the lines of bis previous addresses, em phasißiDg very strongly that the present struggle was between the Government and the Red Feds., for Mr M'Comba had said, " A victory for me means a victory for tho Feaera tion of Labour." Numbers of questions were ftßkfid and answered satis faotoriiy. At the conolusion Mr S W. Orotty moved a hearty vote of thanka to Mr Miller, which ww aeconded by Mr A. A. Maophail and carried unanimously. DB. THAOKErTaT WOOLBTON Speaking at Woolaton for the LyUelton seat on Tuesday night, Dt Tbaokor said that he was prepared to lei his tenants acquire their holdings iv five years if they could do it. If anybody thought he was a big land holder they oould go to his land at Okain'fl Bay and aaa twenty-six ionants or more eomforinbly settled on their holding. # Later oo when the questions [were

paesagea of anna. "HojrmnobW.ter does Dr Thacker think he could represent Lyttelton than Mr M'Oombs ?" said one q«e^oner » Well." said the candidate "if you elect me, the working men of Ljttel Yon ViU probably be able to have a Z, daily' X you elect Mr M'Ooinb LyitdtoD will , probably go dry foi HV6 r It is positively startling, b* Sninued in reply to , who declared bimaelf a Bupporter of Mr M'Oombs, "bow you men who have a thimbleful of beer a day on tbe average can support Mr M , Combs.

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MR MILLER AT OKAIN'S., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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MR MILLER AT OKAIN'S. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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