WOMEN TAKE PART
(By Telegraph—Press Association.) AUCKLAND, October 31.
An instance believed to be unique in New Zealand politics marked the opening meeting of Mr. George Wildish, a former Mayor of Gisbome, who is contesting the Grey Lynn seat in the Government interests. The chair was taken by a woman, Dr. E. B. Turkington, a prominent social worker, and the candidate was followed by his wife, in an unexpected fighting address.
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WOMEN TAKE PART, Evening Post, Volume CXX, Issue 107, 1 November 1935
WOMEN TAKE PART Evening Post, Volume CXX, Issue 107, 1 November 1935
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