WHERE MR CRAIGIE STANDS.
A meeting of about 70 Liberal-Labor voters last night discussed rumors regarding Me EiaiEc's < and'd.ii ”iv, and decided to ask him exactly where ho wool,- . ' ;,, i. olid, m• mi lion. A deputation from the meeting promptly •. t- : > d Mi- teE _■< . !; <■ x; ir -s-- ■■! Mupri.se that anyone should have (pa ' I ids p. n. in I.c hj id been consistent throughout his parliamentary i.iic'ir. lie staled that he would, as previously, vote against Mr Massey on a uo-coufidenco motion. The leader of the deputation stated that the meeting would bo quite satisfied with this reply.—Timaru telegram.
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WHERE MR CRAIGIE STANDS., Evening Star, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914
WHERE MR CRAIGIE STANDS. Evening Star, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914
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