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At a large satheiang of 'Mr J. W. Muriro'fi supporters, held in tho Moruitigten Council Chambers last evening, fin executive wn-s apjmintcd to control the district. It was agreed to split up Momimrton. into blocks, the wo risers present talcing up theae blocks and agreeing to canvass them thoroughly in Mr Minim's, interest. Tho Dnnedin Political Labor Representation Committee are sending out a circular to the unions of tho Dominion, soliciting financial assistance in aid of the impending by-election for .Dunedln Central. Tlio circular is signed by "Messrs J. Haymes, president, and R. Bieen, s-sc-retai-y, cud eots forth the- lioa-vy expense tho Dunediu unions have, 'been under in running tho two L-ohor candid-sites for Dunedin North and Central, only to find that Mr Munro hue practically had his Beat taken from him. The circular proceeds : •' There is not tho doubt that ,Mr Munro is morally oral equitnbly entitled to tho Dnnedin Central seat, but because of "the. stupidity of a deputy returning officer ho has been dcpi-ivc-d of that float, In order to ooinc into his own it will bo necesisary for Mr Munro to run the gaunt-let of another election. This election will be a meet etrenuous election. The want is funds to carry on the campaign. The fight will bo a "bitter fight, hut our success in assured. Given the funds, wc are convinced v/© can land Mr Muivro. jlii 6asy winner, a.n4 pluc& him in tbe po&ition which ho Kns alre-a-dy. won —viz;., member for Dune-din Central." Mr J. W. Munro will address tho electors in the Princess Theatre on Thursday evening.

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DUNEDIN CENTRAL, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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DUNEDIN CENTRAL Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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