TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—la tho leader of last night the ‘Star' heads its article a " true spurt," and cimineiits theieon. You say the election should ho free of all political parties and straight run made for tho seat by the two candidates. If your article had not been written there might have been a straight run between the candidates, but non- it- is impossible. Tour article is intended to can.-e many electors d> vote for Mr Chatham for the tuaulv spirit which he- has ; h“V.i , but his merit is no inore manly now than K fore. By nature he i s a straight-forward mai.lv man. ’I (if only fault I find in either be or Mr I'cnvuM Stewart as polili-i.ans is their youth. If they had lived oO wears ago they would not now he standing in the interests of the Right Hon. W. I". Massey. —I an, etc.. I’. White. December 29.
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DUNEDIN CENTRAL., Evening Star, Issue 15687, 29 December 1914
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