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GENERAL ELECTION

.Mr G. S. Thomson has announced his intention to lie a candidate for the Chalmers seat in the Labor interest. Mr W K. J. Maguire, a candidate tor Dunedin West, will open the campaign in the Oddfellows’ Hall. Rattray street, ou Thursday evening next, A meeting of Mr T. H. Dalton’s fßeform candidate) supporters was held at the St. Clair School gymnasium last evening. Mr Thomas Fleming, of St. Clair presided, After Mr Dalton had briefly explained hi* views on the land question, Prohibition, and other matters at present exercising the mind* of electors, it was resolved— “ That those present form themselves into a committee to secure Mr Dalton’s return at ensuing poll.” Mr Fleming was elected chairman of committees for the who.y electorate.

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GENERAL ELECTION, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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GENERAL ELECTION Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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