A NATIONAL CANDIDATE
(By Tolcgrapli.) (Special to tho "Evbiiinn Post.") DUNEDIN, This Day. Mr. D. C. Cameron, who is definitely announced as National candidate for j Dunedin Central against Mr. Neilson (Labour) is no stranger to the political platform, having contested Dunedin South at the last election. He was I born in Dunedin and was connected with the firm of Messrs. ' Reid and! Gray for 44 years. He retired early ! this year. He has always taken a keen [interest in sport and athletics and is patron of the Otago Cricket League, vice-president of the Zingari-Rlchmond Football Club, and ex-president of the Dunedin Bowling Centre, while he was at one time a member of the Dominion Bowling Council. Mr. Cameron . was for six years a member of the St. Kilda Borough Council and has filled the position of Mayor of the borough. He is at present a member of the City Council and the ■ Otago Education Board, and is a trustee of the Dunedin Savings Bank. In 1925 he was elected' vice-president of the Dominion Methodist Conference.
Dunedin . Central is Sir Charles Statham's seat, but : Sir Charles will not be a candidate. ' ■
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DUNEDIN CENTRAL, Evening Post, Volume CXX, Issue 84, 5 October 1935
DUNEDIN CENTRAL Evening Post, Volume CXX, Issue 84, 5 October 1935
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