THE THAMES ELECTION.
Mr Ertueßt Dtseble addressed the oUxstoirs of 'iiuunes "a>t the Central Hall kst night and received a. vota of thanks at, the oomolusioni.-.Details of Mr Eteelble's speech will be 'found on our fourth page. Mr Hlasekten, the Opposition oaindidate, will address the electors in the Oddfellows' Hall, 'Shortland, this evening .at 8 o'clock. Mr Haselde-n addressed a large aiudience a Hifcutaia last night. Mr Morrison, presided. The speaker was frequently applauded a.ndi at the conclusion a hearty vote of thanks and confidence was carried unanimously.-
Mr -Rhodes _ addressed the elooto s of Thames at Tararu last night. Ha speaks to lady elaotors at tihe Victoria Reserve this afternoon.
Thames bye-election to-morrow. There are five candidates in' the fiei-.J —Messrs W. H. Luoas, the selected Government oandidia.tet, Ei. H. Taylor and T. W. Rhodes, Government s.up porters, F. H. Haselden, the select*! Opposition caindidaite, and E. DeebTe, who is also, standing In the Opposition, interests
Mr. E. H. Taylor delivers Ms fi,nal address, prior to"the election'; in th^ Central Hall tonight. Dr. iLapranii" takes the chair at 8 "p.m. and front seats are reservieid for the ladiies.
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THE THAMES ELECTION., Thames Star, Volume XLV, Issue 10625, 27 January 1909
THE THAMES ELECTION. Thames Star, Volume XLV, Issue 10625, 27 January 1909
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