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MR. JOHN ADAMSON'S
The announcement that Mr John Adamson will contest the Paddington seat against Mr Fihellj has cieatcd great in terest, not only in Brisbane, but through out the State lins LS how his fneilds and supporters explain his candidature . -' Mi Adamson comes before the electo»-» na an independent Demoeiatic Nationalist, and alreadj is assured of solid support 'J he political career of Mr Adamson in- spires confidence in the minds of men and women of all shades of political opinion He proved himself one of the strongest men in the Labour movement, and only sei ei ed his connection with that party becaiLse he could not appiove of the apathj shown bj them in matters per taming to the prosecution of the war Few men can be found in public life who are willing to sacrifice a remunerative position for a principie The fuct that Mr Adamson is standing a« an Hide pendent democratic candidate has the w hole hearted approval of lus committee lhere is a general feeling that pnrtv poll
tics act against the best interests of tha State, and that men who are returned to represent anv constituency should be allowed to give their best ser vices untrammelled by patty ties Mr Adamson will take au early opportunity to address the electors, and no doubt his speeclrcs will prove highly interesting Committee rooms nive been secured in Caxton street for the use of Mr Adameon's suppoiters, and any elector willing to assist will be welcomed
at these rooms "
A number of returned soldiers have voluntarily offered to assist Mi John Adamson on the platform at Paddington In the event of the veteran's health not being quite as good as it used to be, ho
will dime many helpers to give him as-1 sistance during the elections
C It J. Dahl 240 Queen st, Bnsäxino |