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THE ELECTIONS

MEETINGS TIiLS EVENING, Mr A. Walker 'Dunedin North). Albany Street School Hall. Mr •). W. Minim Dunedin Centra!'.. Green Eland Volunteer Ibid. Mr J. M. Dick-.., Chalmers fi at Brigh ton. Mr C. IE Smith Bnn c . at Mih -o. CHALMERS. Mr R. R. Douglas the Liberai oigani-'T. addressed a meeting ot over SO electors n; the school at Brighton last night. Mi Thornier, who presided, referred feelingly to Mr Moller's indisposition. At the flu... of Mr Douglas's address a hearty vote ... thank? was accorded, coupled with an expression of sympathy, 'I he vote was proposed by Mr D. Miller and seconded by Mr A. .Mce. At a meeting of Mr Mo!|. rsupporters siiliseiineutly held it «:i' um.n. moiisly decided that Mr Douglas be instructed to advise Mr Mollcr licit the Brighton supporters would work to eiisiin his return, even though lie found it in convenient to address any further meetings on account, of his temporary im!i-po-,i-tion. Mr Dickson addressed a meeting m All an ton Public Hail on Wednesday night. Mr Shaw occupied the chair, and there were over 40 electors present. (hi (In motion of Mr Roxburgh a' hearty vote of .thanks to Mr Dick son and cr nlidcm c :n the Government was carried with rncla.-a, tion. there being only one dissenting vi-iee. Mr Dickson addre.-sed the electors in i It,East Talc'd Public Hail last night. Mr Walker presided over about. 3'l elector.-, including a good number of ladies. On the motion of Mr Douglas a vole "f thanks and confidence in tin- Government waimaninMiisly carried with acclamation. After the meeting a strong eominiUee was formed, with Air Walker as chairman, to work the district. Mr IE Dc Lautm.r was ac'onin] a c r dial vole of thanks at the e1.,-i- ~f his address in (he ('pern-hon.-e, (ii.-.hoi no. ii’ght. The eandioate said he would leav<tin- • lectors to show (licit confidence at tin polls. Tin' melting was lively at lime-, but the candidate received a good hearing Hi- opponent is Sir dame; Caimll. Mr William Hobbs will contest. Hie Holt seat ,r- an independent Reform candidate.

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THE ELECTIONS, Evening Star, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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THE ELECTIONS Evening Star, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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