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CANDHUTKS' MKETTNG3. —'lo r.i-ht.— Mr 11. K. M-,-Hi-!- (Chalmers) :,! Henlej Public ll.ill. CHALMERS SKAT. l>ny)iin ;!,.' .:.'?,i;'t };, r )r r>; i Tue:-<J,y Mr George ThomM.n, the Labor for Clial iii.r-. aii'lrc.-i'il considerably owr 100 \vor!.-('!-'i fror.j l.h'.' Kami Rotunda *<. Port Channel';:, lie. expl.Tifit;<J flit- arrangement come to as regards the four city seats between Liberals and Labor, and i.h.-n spoke on the quo-lions of the of Living and Income Tax. He was wvii received during the 25 minutes he had in which to addre.-r. the workers. A meeting <.f the supporters of Mr J. M. Dickson, Reform candidate. was held in the Town Hall last night. The attendance was very encouraging, and a, strong committee wa- formed, with Mr G. A. Keyes as chairman. The utmost enthusiasm prevailed, and a tentative programme wns drawn up for the campaign, in the Taieri portion of the electorate. Mr Dickson briefly outlined the policy of the Reform party.

Mr W. S. Ma-lin, the Oppo?ition candidate for Ashbiirt'Jii, oneried his election campaign last He 'poke for close on two ho irs on approved party hi:e.=, dealing with (he Naval Que?lion, finance, the Civil Servia, and a general denunciation of the Government. He Mated that he was again-t the Bible in Schools. He received a nympathetic hearing, and a vote of thank's and confidence in him a 0 the future representative and in thS Liberal party was carried unanimously.

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THE ELECTIONS, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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THE ELECTIONS Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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