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THE ELLESMERE BEAT.

jePROPOSEO CANDIDA FOR THE ELrDOTION. . Worpo j iv»d thu following paragraph Pirom a correspondent who has not signed bis name except as "Little River correspondent to the ' Akaroa Mail,'" and publish it for what it i« worth :— : #> "The present member, Hon. R. H. Rhodes, will have a hard fight at the next general eleotion, if the report iV true, that the Liberal Party bete bave decided to ask Mr Geo. Barclay to con "Vat the seat. Mr Barclay is a very cool and forciblo speaker, unbiassed ir' his opinion?, and, owing to his strong personality and popularity, would poll far better than any outsiders ench ac Mr 8 Saunders or Professor Mills "

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THE ELLESMERE BEAT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4403, 9 June 1914

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THE ELLESMERE BEAT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4403, 9 June 1914

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