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THE ELECTIONS

MEETINGS THIS EVENING. Mr W. A. Bodkin (Otago Central), at Sutton, 6.50, and at Middlemarch, 8.50. Mr J. A. MacPherson (Waitaki), at Karitanc School. PROBABLE POLLING DAT. Our Wellington correspondent wires : " No date has yet bean fixed, for the issue of the writs, but it is anticipated that the Supplementary Rolls will be. closed v.;rv shortly. It is generally understood here that the elections will take place on Thursday, December 10." CHALMERS. Mr H. E. Moller, the liberal candidate for Chalmers, addressed on© of the largest meetings ever held at Ailanton on Saturday night. On the motion of Mr Winchester, tli© candidate was accorded a unanimou© vote of confidence. Mr Shore At Sawyers Bay Pnblio Hall on Saturday night a strong local committee was formed, with Sir Pithi© as chairman, to support the candidature of Mr J. M. Dickson (Reform) for tho seat. The campaign is now in full swing. Two Minister* are to meet their constituent* to-night—the Hon. W. F. Massey at Papakuxa, where he wffi make a policy speech, and the Hon. W. H. Heizies at To Aioha. , Mr W. H. Turnbull, who is the selected liberal candidate for Wellington North in opposition to the Attorney-General (the Hon. A. L. Herdman). ia a native of this City, but has resided in Wellington for 23 years* Mr A. Walker, Labor candidate for Dunedin North, will deliver his first election address on Friday next. Mr C. R. Smith, Liberal candidate for Bruce, announces elsewhere his meetings for the current week.

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THE ELECTIONS, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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THE ELECTIONS Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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