DUNEDIN WEST ELECTORATE.
TO 'Min EDITOn. Sir, —Your correspondent “Prominent Committeeman ” is a long way out wh| i he insinuates that Mr Downie Stewart has the “cream” and Mr Johnson the “skim milk” of Mr Millar’s committee. Mr Johnson is fortunate in having a greatmany of Mr Millar's genuine hard workers. It is very gratifying to know that Mr Johnson has on his committee many ladies and gentlemen who worked hard against Mr Millar at the last General Section. So you See, sir, there are any amount of workers who support a candidate for what he is worth, and for the policy ha upholds, and not from ulterior motives.—l am, etc., Johusokite. December 3. ‘
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DUNEDIN WEST ELECTORATE., Evening Star, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914
DUNEDIN WEST ELECTORATE. Evening Star, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914
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