THE GENERAL ELECTION
THE CITY SEATS. The Liberal League will only content Dunedin South and Dunedin West. Their official candidates are .Messrs .1. K. Sidey, M.l’.i and Mr.J. T. Johnson. Tile Labor organisations will put up candidates for Dunedin North and Dunedin Central, but not for the other two seats. Thus a -conflict between the Liberal and Labor parties in this City has been avoided. LABOR AND WELLINGTON FEATS. A Wellington P.A. message states that a meeting of the Labor Representation Committee decided that the only seals in Wellington to be contested by Labor shall bo East, South, and Suburbs. If more than one person is nominated a postal ballot is to be taken. A letter was received fiom the Social' Democratic party declining to take any further share in the deliberations of the committee. IJhis party will contest Wellington North only, and Mr H. Holland has been- chosen as |helr candidate.
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THE GENERAL ELECTION, Evening Star, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914
THE GENERAL ELECTION Evening Star, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914
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