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Mr C. jl. .--miiii, Ur.> Liber:'.! candidate. ■'<-■.•• Ln>--\ delivered an addross in the Stirling Hal! b.-'! night. lie-v was ;. \ory la rue audieic \ including a groat number of bdb.-. ile spok.- <=-!r..;i_ly in support of the Libera! cause. Mr T. Parker, of Lala-ide. occupied the 'chair. ' Mr J. \Y. Munro, tho .'elected Labor candidate for Dunedin Central, will address the electors in the Early Settlers' 'Hall, Lower High street, tomorrow evening, at S o'clock. Since the military authorities vaoat-cd Tahuna Park the Otago Agricultural and Pastoral Society have worker hard to restore the grass, and, thanks to liberal manuring and plenty of v/orkinp. the surface has made a wonderful recovery, so that the park will ho i:i capital order for the show towards the end of this month. Kiiirics close oo Saturday. 'They are already coming in freelv. A feature of the show ihb v u- '.vill ho tho horsemanship events, for whn-h. thanks Iv.vU' t> >'■■ I'm:.-ha ,i, <■'-...■.■ < ]„i,. £]f)() j H ~ir.,.■:■■■! in Th' Ol:i-- V,; . ;; 1: '. : : : n . d. '<■ ab'i.ded by minibus ~f citi.'.-Mis wiio i'i:d it .-r.:t : fvi:'.- :•• .■■■;"■'■■' ;' '•>'"■ ■ - -" i" o •■■•■: •■•niin ; the u-'-k of Now Z-abcd a a> Auard'aa a;'-' "t "■■ < • ,-i react rab b tint of Mabel Hill's clover 'Fire-light Study.' 'lVmom•■.-.• evening tho Kaik'.rai Band will supply a musical programme, William EaVle and Heurv Rosson were acquitted at Wellington on a charge of the theft of four fitaes' heads, valued at £350, at To W'harau.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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