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Mr J C Free, the Liberal candi date for Ellescuere, bas been holding a series of successful meetings through out the electorate. At Spreydon on Monday night the hall was packed, The candidate received a splendid hearing, and a vote of thanks and con fidence was proposed. Mr Free asked that the motion be amended to one of | thanks only. This was done and the j resolution carried unanimously.

On Tuesday night be addressed the electors at Prebblaton, The night was wet, but there waa a good attendance. After receiving a good hearing and a vote of thanks, the meeting ended with three cheers for Mr Free and Sir Joseph Ward. On Wednesday night Mr addaessed tbe electors at Broadfield. There was a splendid attendance, and the candidate wa3 well received, Afterwards the questions asked were numerous, and Mr Free Btated that, tbe great difficulty at his meetings bad been to get people to put questions, In this case, however, he was pleased to see the people taking such a keen intere. 1 ; in the political ques tions of the day. The meeting concluded with a hearty vote of thank 3to tba candidate for bis able address. Tbe mover Baid he would add confid ence, but be believed Mr Free preferred to have the confidence shown on December 10th.

On Thursday evening the Liberal candidate spoke at Templeton, where be bad a good meeting and received a vote of thanks. On Saturday be spoke at Rolleston after Mr G. Witty. Today, be speaks at Wainui at 2 p.m., nnd Duvauchelle at 8 p.m.; and at Akaroa to-morrow night at 8 o'clock.

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MR. FREES CAMPAIGN., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3459, 8 December 1914

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MR. FREES CAMPAIGN. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3459, 8 December 1914

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