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MEETINGS THIS EVENING. Mr J. M Dickson (Chalmers), at Otokia Schoolhouse.

Nlr C. R. Smith (Bruce), r.t Stirling Church Hall. .Mr J. A. MarPhorson (Oamaru), at. Waikmiaiti Hall.

Mr Ans toy. tin Liberal candidate for Wuitaki, opened his campaign at Waimate last night, speaking for over two hours. He received a veto of thanks and confidence as against a motion of thanks. There is chagrin among the Social Democrats of Wellington North consequent on the Liberals having decided to nm Mr Tumbril for the neat, and reprisals are talked "f. Tire Social Democrats claim that a Labor candidate (Mr Holland) was in the held a month ago, and ,T was understood that he was to bo given a clear rim.

The probabilities are that Uk* rolls will be closed on Tuesday next, meanwhile names nro being freely placed on tbs supplementary rolls. Mr D. M'l.aren was elected as the Labor candidate for Wellington .East. The ballot was taken under the auspices of the Labor Representation Committee and the foiling was as follows ;—C. H. Chapman 121, J. Rigg 872, D. M'Laren 943, informal 155. Of 4,42-5 ballot papers distribn! cd among the various trade unions. 2.C31 votes vvero recorded.

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THE ELECTIONS, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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THE ELECTIONS Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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