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THE RECENT ELECTION.

ro THE EDITOR. I sir.—l would like to ask a question. If it a fact that railway employee* got a holiday on Election Dav and were placed in polling booth*? A prominent member of the railway staff was, I am Informed, «o employed.—-I am, etc., _ Dukeses* Nous EuKTOft. December 19. ! [As •our correspondents asserts, Civil servants were employed in connection viw the taking- of the poll As a matter of fact, instructions were issued from head* quarters to the various departments of the Civil Service to permit as many as possible of those willing to act aa deputy returning officers cS lor the day. As the conduct of a General Election now stands, it would bo impossible to carry through a -General successfully without the l asfioetonoe jrf CSsfl fleswwl*#—

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THE RECENT ELECTION., Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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THE RECENT ELECTION. Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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