MB J. G. WARD AT GBEENHILLS AND BLUFF. Mr Ward addressed the Greenhills electors in the old church there on Friday evening. There were 43 present. Mr Sullivan was voted to the chair, and in introducing Mr Ward said he had been instrumental in bringing steamers from London to the Bluff, and in many other ways had interested himself to further matters in the district. — Mr Ward, who was well received, spoke for an hoar and a half on various political matters, and on concluding Mr Alex. Clark moved, and Mr Morrison seconded a vote of thanks to and confidence in Mr Ward, and that he is a fit and proper pereon to represent Awarna in Parliament. — Ihe motion was carried unanimously with applause. Mr Ward addressed a meeting of Campbelltown electors in the drill hall on Saturday evening. There were about 200 persons present, and Mr Gk W. Nichol waf unanimously voted to the chair. The candidate, who bad a courteoas hearing throughout, spoke for an hour on a number of political and local matters. Tbe address was well received, the speaker being frequently applauded. After answering questions MrFordham moved, and Mr J. Clarke seconded, that a vote of thanks and confidence be given to Mr Ward. This was carried amidst applause, A vote of thanks to the chair terminated the proceedings.
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The Elections., Southland Times, Issue 9584, 1 August 1887
The Elections. Southland Times, Issue 9584, 1 August 1887
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