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THE ELECTIONS, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914
NOMINATIONS. The following nominations were received to-day;— —Dunedin South.— Thomas Kay Sidey, proposed by Robert W. Rutherford (Caversham), Thomas M’Farlano (St. Kilda), and James Bus ton (South Dunedin). Thomas Henry Dalton, proposed by D. C. Cameron, jun. (St. Kilda), Percival Fenwick (St. Clair), Harris Moss (Bay View road), William Alexander Garrick (South Dunedin), Archibald Henry Poulter (South Dunedin), James Wright (Caversham), R. G- Newton (Caversham), and James Hollow (South Dunedin). —Dunedin West.— W. E. J. Maguire, nominated by Frederick Herbert Strang, -Alexander D. T. Watt, and William Dodds. —Dunedin North.— Andrew Walker, nominated by Charles Beeby and Hon. J. T. Paul. —Chalmers.— James M’Coll Dickson, farmer, nominated by John M‘D. Stevenson, Frederick W. Platts, and John M’Gregor. William D’Arcy Mason, dairy farmer, nominated by Alexander M‘Kay, Franc* Keenan, and David L. Maxwell. George Samuel Thomson, accountant, nominated by Thomas W. M’Nig, Samuel Miller, and Olive D. M’Donald. [Bx Telegraph.] Kaiapoi.—Hon. D. Buddo (Opposition), G. Jones (Government). Christchurch North.—L. M. Isitt (Opposition), H. F. Toogood (Government). Christchurch East.—Dr Thacker (Opposition), Hunter (Social Democrat), G. D. Macfarlane (Government). Christchurch South. —H. G. EIJ (Opposition), G. L. Whiting (Labor), F. B. Hughes (Government). Lyttelton.—J. M‘Combs (Social Democrat), M. J. Miller (Government). Riccsrton. —G. Whitty (Opposition), B. Bunn (Government), Avon.—G. W. Russell (Opposition), HD. Acland (Government), D. G. Sullivan (Social Democrat). Ellesmere.—Hon. R. H. Rhodes (Government), J. C. Free (Opposition). Tiraaru,—James Craigie (Opposition), Frank Smith (Government). Temuka.—C- J- Talbot (Opposition), C. E. Kerr (Government). Waitaki.—John Anstey (Opposition), N. Francis (Government), Bullep.—James Colvin (Opposition). G, M. Powell (Government), and H. Gillen (Social Democratic) were nominated. Wairau.—R. HTMlum (Opposition), John Duncan (Government), George Turner (Independent), Grey.—H. L. Michel (Government), P. C. Webb (Social Democrat). Mataura.—G. J, Anderson (Government), W. G. Mehaffey (Opposition). Awarua.—Sir J. G. Ward (Opposition) and J. G. Hamilton (Government).
Westland. —At the last moment to-day Mr A. A. Paane, Reform organiser, was nominated for 'Westland in opposition to Mr T. E. Y. Seddon, the Liberal candidate. Several local residents were invited to stand, but all declined, Mr Paape wired from Auckland his| consent to stand.
Wellington North, —Hon, A. L- Herd* man ( W. H. Turnbull (Opposition), IT. Holland (Social Democrat). Wellington East.—Dr Newman (Govern* ment), D. M'Larcn (Labor). ; \V ellin£-toxi. Central-—lion. 1\ M. BFisher (Government), R. Fletcher (Opposition). Wellington South- —A. H. Hindmarsh (Labor), J. P. Luke (Government), Williams (Independent Government). Wellington Suburbs. —F. T. Moore (Labor), J. E. Fitzgerald (Liberal), R. A. Wright (Government). Waikato. —James Alexander Young (Government), Alexander Scholea (Opposition). Auckland East.—A. M. Myers (Opposition), A. S. Holmes (Government). Auckland Central.—A. E. Glover, W. Richardson (Government), M. J. Savage (■Social Democrat). Auckland West. —H. J. Bradney (Government), C. H. Poole (Opposition). Grev Lynn.—-M. M’Lean (Government), Geo. Fowlda (Opposition), J, Payne (Social Democrat). 1 Waitemala. —A. Harris (Government), H. C. Tewsley (Opposition). Manukau.—F. W. Lang (Government), J. W. M’Larea (Opposition). Eden.—C. J- Parr (Government), Richards (Social Democrat), Tuck (Opposition) . Pirncl!.— J. S. Dickson (Government), F. Lawry (Opposition), J. J. Sullivan (Opposition). In the latter electorate Mr ‘Beeson withdrew in favor of Mr Frank Lawry, cx-member of Parnell. —Maori Seals.— Southern.—Teone Matapura Eretana (G.), Taaro Parata (0.), Hapureta Roro (G.). THE HTOiTLY MINING DISASTER. [Per United Press Association.] WELLINGTON, November 30. It being reported here that the Hop. R. M’Kenzie was defending the Government over the Huntly colliery disaster, Mr Seddon inquired as to the truth of the statement, and received the following reply :—“ Condemning Government and holding them responsible for Huntly accident at all my meetings. No truth in the rumor you refer to. —-(Signed) Roderick M ‘Kenzxe, Wakefield.’’ THE BISHOPS’ PASTORAL. In ilic various Anglican churches yesterday a pastoral letter from the bishops was read appealing to the congregations “to make the religious interests of the country tile first question by voting only for members of Parliament who will pledge themeelves to vote for the Religious Instruction Referendum Bill.’’ A Gore message states that th® Hpn, W. Fraser returned to Gore from Waikaka on Saturday, evening, and proceeded to Otama this afternoon. He will address the electors at Riversdale this evening, and will attend the Gore Show on Wednesday, in Saturday’s issue one of Mr G. M. Thomson’s nominators appeared as Gilberta Brown. It should nave been Gilberts Brown Elliot. Mr J. M. Dickson, tho Government candidate, addres.se>. a good meeting at Otavkan on .Saturday afternoon. Mr W. A, M ‘Donald presided. On the motion of Mr J. Bain a vote of thanks to the candidate and confidence in the Government was carried unanimously. In the evening Mr Dickson addressed the electors in Hooper’s Inlet .‘■dioolhouse. Mr J. Sheppard presided. Tho candidate wee accorded n heartv vote of thanks on the motion of Mr it. Forsyth.
THE ELECTIONS, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914
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