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MR MAGUIRE'S CANDIDATURE.

TO THE EDITOH. Sir, —I do not see why Mr W. E. Maguire should not be well supported by the women of West Dunedin. His letters on the women's movement in the 'Star? some time ago prove that he knows what he talks about and is a woman's friend. I hope the women of Dunedin West will give him a big vote. I, like " Contest" in Saturday's ' Star,' hope he will go to the poll.—l am, etc.. Mother. October 24.

TO THE EDITOR.

Sir, —I agree with "Contest" in Saturday night's * Star' that Mr Maguire should have a real good go for Dunedin West, and prove himself a fighter. He is no ordinary speaker, and his educational att"a!n?'tert« -;rc <*rtinctly obvious. Possessing a flexible voice, capable of attuning itself to many changes of expression and feeling, a gift of fluent speech, and, most valuable of all, platform qualities, a quick and pleasing wit that holds «u audience and fatally handicaps an aggressor He is, in short, the kind of speaker capable of handling effectively the Labor question, of which he should prove himself a vigorous exponent. Apart from his tpeaking, his contributions to the Press have been interesting and instructive at all times.—l am. etc., Observant. October 26. [.Correspondence closed. Mr Maguiro is definitely in the field.—Ed, E.S.I

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MR MAGUIRE'S CANDIDATURE., Issue 15633, 26 October 1914

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MR MAGUIRE'S CANDIDATURE. Issue 15633, 26 October 1914

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