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THE ELECTIONS

CANDIDATES' MEETINGS. —To-night.— Mr 11. E. Moller (Chalmers), at. Otokia S. hooihonse. CHALMERS. Li.-t -•veiling, despite the inclemency of the weather. Mr G. S. Thomson addressed a fairly well-attended meeting at Ravensbourne. His address was on the line: of that delivered by him at -uiderson Bay la-t Friday night. The candidate said that he was in favor of supporting the Imperial Navy until such titno ,i> NewZealand could afford to work in conjunction with Australia and have an Australasian navy. After answering questions to the apparent satisfaction of his audience, Mr Thomson was accorded a hearty vote of thanks, on tho motion of Mr E. Kellett, for his able and interesting address. MATAURA. Our Gore correspondent telegraphs: " A largo and enthusiastic meeting of dolegates from all parts of tho electorate held Inst evening at Ooro unanimously selected Mr W. G. Mehaffey, of Invcreargill. to contest Mat aura in the Liberal interest," Mr W. H. Tnrnbtill, a well known auciione>-r, lias been selected as the Liberal candidate for Wellington North. The present- member fs the Hon. A. L. flerdmati. Mr .1. E. Lillicrap is mentioned as tho probable Reform candidate- for lnverear-

•(lor Own"' wires that Mr Joseph .Stevens. Liberal nominee for Wakatipu, opened his campaign at Clyde last nipht.

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THE ELECTIONS, Evening Star, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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THE ELECTIONS Evening Star, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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