CANDIDATES NOMINATED. Nominations for seats in tne House of Representatives will c.ose at noon on Monday. A candidate must be nominated by not fewer than two electors of tho district for which he intends to stand, and must himself bo an elector. He must not be an undiachaiged bankrupt, a Government contractor, or a Civil servant. Nominations require to be accompanied by a deposit of £lO, which is forfeited if the candidate secures lees than, a quarter of the number of votes polled for the winning candidate on polling day. A candidate cannot withdraw after nomination. Once this is made ho must “ face the music.” The following nominations were received today: —Dunedin North.— George Malcolm Thomson, nominated by William George Lumley, John Knight, David Leslie, Ernest A J. W. Roeevear, and Gilberta Broom. —Dunedin Central.— James Wright Munro, nominated bv Charles Joseph Foley, Frank .Elsworth Hilliker, Arthur Peter M'Carthy, and Sydney Charles Brown, —Dunedin West.— William Downie Stewart, nominated by Thomas Scott, C. Russell Smith, W. D. Havard, J. W. Johnson, E It. Smith, D. EL. Bsedduub William Beadle*
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THE ELECTIONS, Evening Star, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914
THE ELECTIONS Evening Star, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914
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