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THE GENERAL ELECTION

SPORTING

j Mr ,T. M. ]Hckson met the ejectors of ' Chalmers at Kuri Kush yesterday after- ; lion,;. and in Iho evening addressed a very | largo in Kriprhtc-n, which included ; a rood numl-vr of Indies. Mr Vv H. I/obh ! occupied the cli.jir. IS Tv Dickson expressed 1 his extiwno regret over the sudden illness of Mr Moiler, and then «pok« for over an hour on the jxdvwr oi this Reform start;;. XuiiK'rou.s questions were satisfactorily ! atu-wered, and on the motion of Mr Unwon hj a vr.ie of thanks and confidence In the government was unanimously carried ;wllh a;cl.ima’:on, A Wairoa message stales : —A railway i camp has been established at the mouth 1 of the Scamperdown, near Frasenown. on i the. Fast Coast line, north of Wairo.x : ■Jjorou.ah, it is understood that the lino ! will low cross at Ruaiani wha, sweeping • in close, to the borough and back nr.rtli- | wards, thus avoiding the branch line. ! W.iiioa being in two electorates. Hawke's ' Jiav (Mr Camtincll) and Gisborne [Sir 1 dame" (.'erroli| is now claiming much at- ' tcntion.

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THE GENERAL ELECTION SPORTING, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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THE GENERAL ELECTION SPORTING Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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