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MAYORAL ELECTION.

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., Issue 10469, 12 November 1897

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MAYORAL ELECTION. Issue 10469, 12 November 1897

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