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DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTION.

TO HIK KMITDII. Sir.—ln view of the, fact that Naval Defence is. one of the coiitfovoTMal subjects of the day. may I use your columns to ask Mr (1. M. Thomson to clearly sl-at* his views at his Tuesday night's meeting. Momc months ago both Mr Thomson and Mr 0. F.. Stalhnm stated in an interview which was reported in your paper that they wero opposed to the. local na.vy policy outlined by the Prime Minister .and tho Minister of Defence, and I am hnpi'mr that they are both still of tho same opinion. If Mr Thomson adheres to his o\-presAed opinions he need have no fear of the result of n<\\t mouth's election.—-1 am. etc., North DrNEnix. November 14.

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DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTION., Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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DUNEDIN NORTH ELECTION. Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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