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ELECTION NOTES.

The Workers’ Political Committee delegates and officers of unaffiliated societies are requested to meet on Monday evening to take steps to further Mr Gourley’a candidature.

Friends and supporters of Mr A. Sh’goare invited to attend a meeting at the Choral Hall on Mrnday evening for the purpose of forming committees.

Mr W. Hutchison publishes an address to the City electors in this issue. Mr Hugh Gourley announces his candidature for the vacant seat, and calls a meeting of supporters for this evening. His address to the electors will be found in another column. Supporters of Mr Hutchison are invited to attend the committee rooms, Moray place, on Monday evening.

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ELECTION NOTES., Issue 10435, 2 October 1897

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ELECTION NOTES. Issue 10435, 2 October 1897

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