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THE ELECTIONS

CHALMERS. A meeting of several of Mr H. E. Moller’s supporters was held at Tainui last night to arrange matters for the furtherance of the Liberal Party’s interest in that portion of tho electorate. Mr Moller was in attendance and addressed the meeting, briefly explaining tile manner in which ho proposed to work the campaign. Mr Trott was appointed chairman and Mr E. H. White secretary. All present expressed their confidence in Mr Mollor’s integrity and ability, and also in the success which will result in the election. Mr George S. Thomson, who is standing as a Labor candidate for the Chalmers electorate, will commence his campaign to-morrow evening in the Presbyterian Sunday School Hall, Andersens Bay .. Mr R. 0. Fullbrook has announced his intention of contesting the Wellington North seat in the interest of Labor and Prohibition. • Mr H- E. Holland, Social Democrat candidate in opposition to the Hon. A. L. Herdman for Wellington - North, opened his campaign last night. He dealt at length with tho platform of the Social Democratic party, and condemned the Government for not- taking stringent measures to prevent merchants from putting up the prices of foodstuffs. He also criticised the Government’s action in connection with electoral matters with the object (he alleged) of depriving the seamen of votes.

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THE ELECTIONS, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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THE ELECTIONS Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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