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ELECTION NOTICES. VOTERS, DON’T BE MISLED! VOTERS. DON'T BE MISLED! GARRISON HALL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, at 8 pm. HP. BEDFORD, ESQ., • D. BEDFORD, ESQ., Will deal with the FALLACIES OF THE MODERATE LEAGUE'S PLATFORM, And their foolish statements regarding the Tourist Traffic, the Employment Question, the 'Hop and Barley Growers, the Revenue, the Labor Market, etc., etc. Mr Bedford will show how utterly misleading their arguments are, and cordially invites all Moderates to be present. Questions Invited. Admission Free. Collection. jyjr R E. P. LEE Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS At the HALL, WAIKOUAITI, MONDAY, 16th NOVEMBER, HALL, WAITATI. 0 TUESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER. AH Meetings at 8 o’clock. BRUCE ELECTORATE. "1/TR C. R. SMITH, Liberal Candidate for Bruce, WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS As under: STONY CREEK SCHOOL.—THIS (Saturday) EVENING, November 14, at 6.30 p.m. H/ILLEND SCHOOL.- TO-NIGHT (Saturday), November 14, at. 8 p.m. BRUCE ELECTORATE. THE HON. .T. ALLEN will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as under; MILTON.-TO-NIGHT (Saturday), 14th inst., at 8 o'clock. STIRLING.—TUESDAY, 17lh, at. 7 p.m. K AITA NG A TA. —TUESDAY, 17th, at 8.30 p.m. LAWRENTH.-WEDNESDAY, 18th, at 8 p.m. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTION. jyjß W. DOWNIE STEWART Will ADDRESS the ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN WEST At the BURNS HAL L, WEDNESDAY Next, the 18th inst.. At 8 p in. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. MR A. WALKER, the selected LABOR CANDIDATE, wiil ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as follows: CORONATION HALL, MAORI HILLMONDAY, November 16. TOWN HALL, N.E. VALLEY-WED-NESDAV. November 18. GARRISON HALL—FRIDAY", November 20th. Meetings Commence at 8 p tn. DUNEDIN CENTRAL ELECTORATE. MR .1. W. MUNRO, (he selected LABOR CANDIDATE, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS as follows: WALKER. STREET MISSION HALL—j MONDAY, November 16th. RUSSELL STREET .MISSION HALL—- [ WEDNESDAY, November 18th. GARRISON HALL—FRIDAY, November 20,

Ai Monday'* Mcetinsr Mv Walker will raalte Dcdnetions from Professor Prince's Report on N.E. Fisheries. Meotincs Comnifuee at 8 pm. DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTORATE. MR O. M. THOMSON will ADDRESS the ELECTORS as follows: HOWE STREET HALL.—TUESDAY, 17th November. OPOHO CHURCH HALL.—THURSDAY, 19th November. WOODHA UGH PHILLT PS MEMORIAL HALL.-FRIDAY, 20sh November. Meeting* Commerce a.t 8 p.m A MEETING of Air .1. T. JOHNSON'S *- ROSLYN COMMUTE autl SUPPORTERS will bo held on MONDAY, November 16th. at. 8 p.m.. at, ROOMS, 39 CITY ROAD. Ladies invited. DUNEDIN WEST ELECTORATE. J. T. JOHNSON. A MEETING of those willin': to FORM. A COMMITTEE will be held in the Albany Street School Hall on TUESDAY, 17til insl., at, 8 p.m. ('HALMERS ELECTORATE. JAMES M. DICKSON, the Government Candidate, will ADDRESS THE ELECTORS ns under:--WYLIE'S CROSSING SCHOOLHOUS’B. --MONDAY, November 16th, at 3.30 p.m. FAIR FIELD SOHOOLHOUSE.— MONDAY, November 16th, at 8 p.m. SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Monster labor rally, king's THEATRE, Dowling street, SUNDAY, 15th, 8 p.m. The Famous Labor Leaders R. Semple and W. E, Parry ■will Speak. Massey Must Go. Roll Up! Roll Up!

IX order (o hava the ‘ Star ’ out in good time, it is found impossible to classify Advcru.-eiiiema that cmno in after noon. After this hour they caunot bo classified. Wo would therefore request. Advertisers to kindly bear this in mind, and send in their Orders Early. r I'/. isM jllllWfK (fltfnfTTr German Kaiser; 41 Let us prey/’

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914

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