Mr George Samuel Thomson, the LaborProhibition candidate for the Chalmers seat, addressed a gathering in Alosgici Township on Saturday evening. It was an open-air meeting, and there was a fairly large and sympathetic audience, considerably over 100 men, besides ladies, being present. Air Thomson spoke principally along the lines of tho Elective Executive, State enterprise, cost of living, effect of war on price of foodstuffs, women’s rights, and the recall. At the close of the meeting several volunteered to form the nucleus of a committee to work tho Mosgiel district. Air J. E. Fitzgerald opened his campaign for the Wellington Suburbs seat at Panautaunui on Saturday night. He declared himself a follower of tho groat Liberal party, whose watchword was “trust the people." The candidate condemned the Government for failing to carry out various promises made before the last Genera] Election. TWO DOSES GIVE RELIEF. “ I am subject to bowel troubles, which cause pain and inconvenience,” writes Mr Alfred Wane, 185 Auburn road, Auburn, Vio., “but two doses of Chamberlain's Colio and Diarrhoea Remedy give immediate relief. I am pleased to know there is such e safe ami certain remedy aa Chamberlain’s Colio and Diarrhoea Remedy, and always keep a bottle lian^y.”—fAdvt J
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THE ELECTIONS, Evening Star, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
THE ELECTIONS Evening Star, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
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