TO THE EDITOR, Sib, —Iwas present at the mayoral nomination last Monday,, and was favorably impressed by the able and eloquent speech made by Mr E. B. Cargill. Might I be allowed to suggest that instead of the ordinary election speech, which only deals , with the ratepayers’ moneys, Mt Cargill should address a public meeting in the Agricultural Hall'the night before the election, and give us a recital of the good and noble acts he has done for the citizens of Dunedin. If the above course is followed I am sure he will bead the poll.—l am, etc.,. ■ _ „ , Leitu Waed. Dunedin, November 12.
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MAYORAL ELECTION., Evening Star, Issue 10469, 12 November 1897