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THE THAMES ELECTION.

A telegram received state® that Mr Rhodes had .good meetings at Mercury Bay and Kuaotuuu. Mr Rhodos speaks at the Central Hall this evening. Ma- Lucas, the selected Government candidate, has been addressing meetings of the electors and rnje>t with •.» favourable reoeptlon. Hlaseldoa, the Opposition candidate, has almost completed a. tour of the electorate ajid met with good rtoept'.ons. Mr I>eeble, who is also standinp: af. an Opposition candidate, hl;rs bee) addreaslng the electors in various centres and has been favorably received. Mr Deeble speaks .at Thames (Central: Hall) to-moriiow n'ght. Mr Taylor has addressed a goodly number of meetings of'late, and has met with oordfal receptions throughout the e'eetoraite. Mr Taylor speaks ait Puriri to-morroiw evenirag aiad atTurua on Wednesday at midday. Mir (Rihodes has had jrood meetiji-js at Broken* Hills, 'Unrw Landifflig, and Tairuia, and received a vote of thanks ai each place. Mir El H. Taylor will address the electors in the jCJemitral Hall on. Wedneßda.y evetmng 1 next at 8 o'alock. Dr. Lapraik -will oooupy the chair.

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THE THAMES ELECTION., Thames Star, Volume XLV, Issue 10623, 25 January 1909

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THE THAMES ELECTION. Thames Star, Volume XLV, Issue 10623, 25 January 1909

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