TO THE LDITOIU Sir.— ln reply to your correspondent " F.M.." I wish to state that neither Mr Ravines nor myself informed Mr Thomson that it was quite open for him to como out. as a Labor candidate for the Chalmers seat, as the Labor parly were not recognising any other candidate.—l am, etc., R. Bukkn. Novciniier 9.
A WAR TAX. TO THE ED non. ■ s 'ir. —l sen there, tire a number of questions 'being asked political candidates at the present moment. ! think the most important question to lie put to any candidate is; Are you in favor of a, war tax? I think this would solve the financial problem. as everyone would be compelled to pay according to his means. —I am. etc.. Patuiot. November 9.
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CHALMERS ELECTION., Evening Star, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914
CHALMERS ELECTION. Evening Star, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914
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