THE GENERAL ELECTION
A Waipawa message states-that Mr A. E. Jull, the Liberal candidate, at his meeting last night, expressed the belief that the people would return to Liberalism after three veara' experience of the Government's failure to carry out their promised reforms. A vote of thanks and confidence in the Liberal party was carried. At Fairfield last evening Mr Thomson*' addressed an audience of about 50, including a number of ladies, and was accorded a vote of thanks. He spoke at the Moegiel Woollen Mills to the mill-hands at tho lunch hour to-day, and wa» favorably received.
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THE GENERAL ELECTION, Evening Star, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914
THE GENERAL ELECTION Evening Star, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914
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