MR. NASH'S CAMPAIGN
Mr. Walter Nash, the Labour candidate for the Hutt seat, will open his platform campaign in the Labour Hall, Petone, next Thursday evening, at S o'clock. All electors are cordially invited to attend. As a very large attendance is 'anticipated, arrangements will be made for an overflow meeting. Mr. Nash's capacity as a. platform speaker is so well known that those wishing to obtain a seat at the- main meeting should make a point of going early. The Mayor of Petone, Mr. D. M'Kenzie, will preside. Mr. Nash's speech, in addition to being a review of the present political situation, will also contain an exposition of the Labour Party's x)latform, and the candidate's election policy.
To-night, at 8 o'clock, a meeting of friends and supporters of Mr. Nash will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Lower Hutt. To-morrow night a similar meeting will bo held in the Borough Council Chambers, Eastbourne. Everyone in the respective districts willing to assist Mr. Nash's candidature are requested to attend these, metings.
Mr. Nash's second public meeting will be held in the King George Dance Hall, Lower Hutt, on Monday, 2nd December, at 8 p.m. The Mayor of Lower Hutt, Sir Alexander Roberts, will presided
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MR. NASH'S CAMPAIGN, Evening Post, Volume CVIII, Issue 127, 25 November 1929
MR. NASH'S CAMPAIGN Evening Post, Volume CVIII, Issue 127, 25 November 1929
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