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CHALMERS SEAT. Mr J. M. Dickson addressed a largemeeting of electors in Broad Bay last night. Mr Burt occupied tho chair, and the attendance included a number of ladies. The candidato received an attentive hearing for over an hour, and was accorded a hearty vote of thanks and confidence on the motion of Mr Duff. A strong committee was set up in Broad Bay to work the district in the interests of the Reform candidate.

A largo meeting of Mr Dickson's Mosgiel committee was held last night. Most encouraging reports were handed in and tho campaign in the district was reported to be progressing very satisfactorily.

Tho Political Labor Representation Committee- jntend holding a "Labor rally" in tlw Garrison Hall to-morrow evening, when Mr H. P. Bedford will deliver an address on 'The Case for Labor.' Addresses will ako be delivered by tho Hon. J. T. Paul and the Labor candidates— Messrs J. W. Munro and A. Walker. Mr J. Ifavmes (president of the Trades and Labor' Council and Political Labor Representation Committee) will preside. "Our Own" at Cromwell wires :_ The Minister of Works, who has met with a most cordial reception throughout his electorate, will reach Dunedin on Saturday evening. Sir Joseph Ward, Leader of the Opposition, will give a public address in the Garrison Hall th : s evening. The gallery will be reserved for ladies and their escorts.

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THE ELECTIONS, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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THE ELECTIONS Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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