TO THE EDITOR. Sir, —At Mr Dalton's meeting at South Dunedin last evening the candidate referred to the opinion openly expressed throughout the electorate by supporters of the Peforhi Government that he is not the chosen of the party, and endeavored to prove that the fact of Mr Massey's presence at his meeting put tho hall mark upon his candidature. As one of the representatives of the Reform party for Dunedin South, let mo assure Mr Dalton that no member of the council (with but one exception) knew anything about his candidature until it was announced in tho papers. His name was never before the local representatives of the party, and nu one. was more surprised at his than local members of the party, who are. of the opinion that the seat i--thrown away by the injudicious iietion of Mr Dalton and one other individual.—l am. etc., o>'i; Who Knows. November 19.
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DUNEDIN SOUTH., Evening Star, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914
DUNEDIN SOUTH. Evening Star, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914
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