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THE COMING ELECTIONS.

♦ Mr Hulbert has been invited by * gooj many electors to offer himself as a_n_. date either for Christchuroh North or far Stanmore. Mr Joynt has been reqtwstejta contest the Christchurch South «•&,•*__ some of Mr Holmes' prominent supporters have declared their intention of BUpp_fc. ing him should Mr Joynt agree tostanuV" For the Ashley district Mesa a.Vf.'f. Pearson and E. L.Higgins arospokoiias candidates. For Kaiapoi the Hon. E. Bioharr—on, it is generally thought, will be unopposed. For the Cheviot district Messrs J. B. Lance and A. Saunders have been spoken of as the probable candidates, and Mr T. Adams, erstwhile a professor of the tory sorial art at Amberley, is also busily eagaged registering electors for this distrait with a view to candidature. [fbbss association *r*n_obi_r.l FIELDING, June XX Bequisitions are being signed in Field ing, Halcomb, Palmerston, and outlying distriois, asking Mr D. H. McArthur to - stand to represent Manawatu ia the Heuse. BLENHEIM, June 19. MrConollyhas issued an address seeking re-election for Picton. He states that -' although by an unexpected combination a , vote of want of confidence was passed, yet ' his confident belief is that the vote doe* not represent the opinion of the country. WELLINGTON, June 19. It is stated that Mayor George Fisher v will contest South Wellington. -,--*' Mr Buchanan is likely to be opposed by Mr Bunny for Wairarapa South. Mr W. Lowes and Mr G. Beetham are spoken of as candidates for Wa_aran» North. Mr H. S. Fitzherbert, Mr T. Dwan and Mr H. Mason are mentioned as coming out fortheHutt. Mr J. B. Browne is canvassing Foxtaa constituency. ,• TIMABU, Jose-*, Mr W. Rolleston is announced f„<rf*raV dine, aud a requisition to Mr Alfred CctV , formerly M.H.8., is being signed. for Timaru it is reported three ***_*_• dates, including the present member, are likely to come forward. DUNEDIN, Jnne 19. Mr Downio Stewart will again ojpcwe Mr Dick for Dunedin West.

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THE COMING ELECTIONS., Press, Volume XL, Issue 5856, 20 June 1884

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THE COMING ELECTIONS. Press, Volume XL, Issue 5856, 20 June 1884

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