■AS--. OFFICIAL STATEMENT
■ ; An.official reply was made last night by the. secretary of the National Executive of the Labour Party (Mr. W. Nasbj to the' allegation of Mr. J. G. Hargest,. Reform candidate for luvercargiJJ, : that local supporters of the Labour Party were astounded to learn that."Mr. T. O'Byrne and Mr. D. G. .Sullivan,; member for Avon, had notified the .central executive of the.party that; it-had. been, decided not to put up a candidate. "Colonel Hargest has been'entirely misinformed of the attitude "cif Mr. Sullivan and Mr. O'Byrne in regard to. the. nomination of a Labour candidate1 for Invercargill by-elee-tionj" Bald Mr. Nash. "Mr. Sullivan l-oported the result of bis visit, and aiadejno. recommendation whatever. The N-atiorial Executive of the Labour iParty -ma,de its decision after careful consideratipn of all the facts cf the .political, situation" at Invercargill end."
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LABOUR'S ATTITUDE, Evening Post, Volume CX, Issue 33, 7 August 1930
LABOUR'S ATTITUDE Evening Post, Volume CX, Issue 33, 7 August 1930
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