The Political Labor Representation Committee, at their meeting last evening, selected Mr A. Walker as the Labor candidate for Dunedin North, and Mr J. W. Munro for Dunedin Central. The selection iu each instance was made unanimously. ’ Mr D. G. Sullivan, the Labor candidate for Avon, addressed his first meeting last night. He spoke strongly against monopolies, and favored increased taxation on land values. Ho spoke generally in favor of the platform of the Social Democratic party, and supported the bare majority on the licensing issue. He was accorded a unanimous vote of thanks and confidence. Our Tunaiu correspondent wires; “Hie secretary of the local Reform League states that Mr F. H. Smith, M.P., has been selected to contest the Timaru seat, and has agreed to stand against .Mr James Craigie, the sitting member, who is the onlv other candidate announced so far."
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GENERAL ELECTION, Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
GENERAL ELECTION Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
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