1*01.1,INt; ON NOVEMBER Tl j (.From. Our Parliamentary .lieiJOr&er.J i WELLINGTON, October 24. j The announcement that the poll- j ing in the Bullcr by-election to j elect a successor to Mr H. E. Holland! would take place on Wednesday, j November 22 was made this even- j ing by the Prime Minister (the Tit. j Hon. G. W. Forbes). j Nominations will close on Wed-1 nesday, November <i. The writ will j be issued to-morrow and the roll will, close at 6 o'clock to-morrow! night. !
CANDIDATE OI'KNS CAMPAIGN U'RiiSS AS b 0 CIA 110 N 'JTLLuRAM.'.WESTPQRT, October 24. Mr H. Lan Sinison. Liberal-La-bour candidate for the Buller seat, opened his campaign in the Theatre RovaJ at Westport to-night with an address to a very large audience. The trend of his speech generally was against the misuse of money, a new currency system being required to avoid starvation ' in the midst of plenty.
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BULLER BY-ELECTION, Press, Volume LXIX, Issue 20995, 25 October 1933
BULLER BY-ELECTION Press, Volume LXIX, Issue 20995, 25 October 1933
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