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A splendid meeting in furtherenice of the above was held, at the 2*0 Mile last night. The chair was. taken by Mr A. W. Adams who briefly introduced the candidate, Mr W. R. Easton. The candidate then deliv- ered a long, and what was said by a lal ye number present to have been one of the most interesting electioneering speeches yet given in this«"campaign. A large n'im ber of electora made the trip fiom Darwin in spite, of Ihc iulleniency of the weather ard with, practically the whole of the 2 4 Mile folk present, had the pleaspre of listening to what all agreed was a real tun-* kum speech. At the conclusion of h¿s addier, Mr Easton answered a host of questions and the answers evidently v.ere ¡>atÍE|t'actory to the audience if one can judge by th,e applause which was freely
A vote of thautks was, moved by Mr J,. M. McDonald and was carried by acclama'um.
Mi- Easton will address the electors of Dar\vi':n tonight at S p..m. at the, ;îtar Theatre, and all are cdyieed to -make a .special cil'ort to be present-not to J ear Easton i'buse any ol' the other candidates or any party, but to hear a straight for- ward and frank speech of on the disabilities that the N.T. is laboring under and how Mr Easton considers these disabilities car*
In conclusion, tomorrow at the poll de n't fail to give him youir support by voting
r  EASTON
n -  Mcmillan
Authorised by A. W. Adams¡, Ove-nagh
Team salee ted. to represent Waratah against Wanderers-on Saturday December 19th.r-Lanß, Shepherd, Caldwell, Spring- bett. Harmer. Lampe. Crahanv. Jarvier Main.. Eacott. Anson,, Edwards, AUwright. .J Watts. F Shepherd. Bell.. Moors. Leaver . 19th man Irwin. Emergency Allwright.
The ¡Mungola yil.1 arrf.ve at; daylight oni Monday morning.