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Mr W. CL Mehaffey. formerly head master at the Middle School. Invercargill, is spoken of as a likely candidate for Wallace ps an Independent. Liberal. Mr Arthur McCarthy writes us ; —1 am’ instructed by the Dunedin branch of the Social Democratic party to repudiate. Air AV. E. Maguire either as a member of this ■branch or as its nominee for a Dunedin scat. It was also carried unanimously—‘•That members of the Social Democratic party he requested to take no part in political meetings organised by unauthorised Labor candidates.” A determined effort (states the Auckland 'Star') is to be made by the Liberals to capture Waitcmata in December next. Mr H. C. Tewsley was asked to accept nomination as the. Liberal candidate for the seat, and ho acceded to the request. His selection as the Liberal nominee for Waitcmata has the approval of the Leader of tho party. -Sir Joseph Ward. E<>r 20 years Mr Tewsley took a keen interest in local polities. He was local manager for the firm of Sargood, Son. and Ewen, and in 1906 wont to lake charge of the Wellington office. During the five years that he was in that city lie occupied a seat on the Wellington Harbor Board, ami was also president, of the Wellington Chamber of Commerce. A year or two ago Air Tewsley returned to Auckland, and entered into business on his own account. He is a good speaker, a staunch Liberal, and a keen student of poll! ivs.

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THE GENERAL ELECTION, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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THE GENERAL ELECTION Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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