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THE ELECTIONS

i meetings to-night. ; .Mr J. W. Munro (Dunedin Contrail, at - Mis.-i-.-ti Hal!. Walker -tie*/. : JS i t A. Walker (Dunedin North). at '■ Coronation Hall, .Maori Hiil. j .Mr J. .M. DkL.-“!i ((..’hclm/rsi, at Fair- j il .!<!. _ 1 .Mr E. P Lee (Oancmi), at. Waikouaiti. : HAWKii’S HAY. Hr M'N;;b, the Libeiv.i c.-mdidaUs for Hawke's Kay, iu u-niii crowded jnivtn.u in io Pirates-. ! imre. Mm-tiug.s '.a: Siiua Jay j;:lthiT. q.'t"'-- dof 1 f!- LeyLlativo Council Bill i*i-j\ idiiia for Pio.eiitifn.%l It; jn cr-.-nta; r a:. Ji • rai l that when tiit i-ysteiii \ui.-, anderslaovi a. !.rie:u deal ot the i.|,()-ntion to it wnuFi ruriiDix-uf iu til- JSt.uor House. I J.-* r-v ver-.iy niti' i-co tlitj l!av'’i'iii,u >;i for alv.L i.- iiittfr llt.' sveo.ad ballot, without, tuosntir - : j:!;; a bclUi -y.-iom. airi ab - i j.-r i-r-!' : 1 d .pti-.e ;a ,1,1.01. el 11; a i;ri\ilw.;; of !•;- i.-ct’.liij I'hc! riles in v hii-it to Mac j;i *ud.-r to ta-.e Mr J'ishc-r. lia.i a -i to Government of on -.viiij railway coni.tnu l'on in tiwir :-i:;;pi>i 1.-i,>' c-i-.ate.-, and v. ith Mopping . "liSirnol ion - n th*. . Hawke’s B.sy-tt;s!.e, ; no hoc*. ;I.■ iirac a trio | tieoci ter the c-umin j.-ivsei viitir intact IU--9.000. acics of eii.bAviitf:;!- in no;:, arci •v.it.U.d oil. ilial tile ,\PXit.ii Lai.J It;:! in.- ! cl'nit’d a clause citinn the holders of L.v;*'- ; t it-perpetuity lands tin i i:;b; in convert to (he IfethohJ. I iici coo Alt’ .llasnev na: wry>i>j{ in claiming »o hr the fn.-t* to givo tin’s right; He raid that as a nv/a-ns of Vnvalvine up large <oi.;u:-s tiueuas .slumM f.c onipc-I.WI to In; ml over t • the Strife I'lt-'i equivalent in ealao to the amount paid in death diiliio. Ho deal I al kneth w; th Air .Allens 1 van inti.-pc--t:i£, 1 tha! in one swoop .ilh-.i aiiandoncd hi--2! yeais' ; rt: .': rcgaiviiue .-an |.!nses. . in i-rgard to k-eai option, he favored the . 5" n-r cent, majority. He was an,:):,at the j Bibk-in-schools referendum HeJi.r : ««s in- ' ■-•ju.-tion sht.vl.-i u-t he the v.ork of ; teachers. Ho claimed that iho T.il .?,ral ; ntirty w---re the nminr of the pr<feni d.- | fence systent and that no was the inar. wm onnhlrd the De Alice A--t to be- tttn I •on the .Slatiit-s Uni-1;, Th-,? fdlmi-ia.' !<■-■■•;- i Intion was earri'-d with a, IV w «ii.-,s"n;:em. : 1.. :—■“ That ‘ nils. :r>'.:s"i: a< co, i a 1 hearty vote of thanks to Dr M'N'aK for hh. . able address, r :xl lactce: c.,ul;u.;ncc in j him -and the Liberal party.” 1 I CnAJAJI-RS. ; Air J. M. Dickson, th-- Reform candi* date for The semi, addressed a verv large ..1.-. ' ’■■ il ■ •ci r.iimVfr r.f ladies, in the Bright on Schocilhot use on j-h.iiay cver.ing. .Mr \V. 11.. Lo!i!> cceni j)!-;.* :1 the chair. At the cla;. •of an hour’s address numerous tines: ions w'nx- art'went:! ; and, on the motion of Afr Ilwworth. a. vto i of thanks awl confidence in the Govern- ; went was unanimously carried with ;-(•• , ckunation. .Mr Dickson spoke a: Wlnro . Plat on Hitiirday nfi-cnr -cn. Mr I'. .M’Quilkan presiding. A liea.rly voto of thanks and confidence in the Gcvmr,ini-nt was unanimously carried on tho motion of Mr M‘Meeking In the evening lie, ad- • dressed a largo meeting in tlm North Taioii I Schoolhouso. Mr W. H. Hawn ocepied the chair. On tlio motion of Mr Wedge a. hearty vote of thanks, to the candidate and confidence in the Government was carried unanimously. DUNEDIN WEST. Mr W. Downic .Stewart will address the electors of Dunedin West in Burns Hall on Wednesday evening. He will speak on 1 the price of foodstuffs and the cost of i living—two subjects which are agitating ’ the public mind at the present time. I Sir Joseph Ward will address a public meeting, under the auspices of the Liberal I eague, in the Garrison Hall on Thursday evening next. Mr George S. Thomson will address the electors in the Foresters Hall, Port Chalmers, this evening. At his meeting at Maori Hill tliis evening, Mr A. Walker, in addition to dealing with Labor matters generally, will make deductions from Professor Prince's report on New Zealand fisheries., 1

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THE ELECTIONS, Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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THE ELECTIONS Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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