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THE CHARMERS ELECTION.

TO THIS EDITO!l, Sir, —When Mr Dickson, the Reform candidate, spoke at St. Leonards last Thursday evening, it was reported in the Press that there was an attendance of 70, and also that ft vote of thanks and confidence was carried. The exact number in attendance (including the constable and some Liberals) was 29. There was no vote of confidence moved; therefore it could not be carried. When tho vote of thanks was moved by Mr E. Bagley, the chairman of tho meeting exceeded his duty, urging the mover to add confidence in Sir Dickson and the Government. 1 am, etc., A True Liberal. St. Leonards, November 25,

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THE CHARMERS ELECTION., Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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THE CHARMERS ELECTION. Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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