Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Rōrahi VI, Putanga 312, 25 Paengawhāwhā 1911, Page 2
"There have been a great many Labor conferences lately," said Mr J. Godber m ! the course of an electioneering address m Wellington on Wednesday evening, " but to my mind there will never be any satisfactory outcome until natural ability is recognised. Whether m the Arbitration Court, at private conferences, or anywhere else, while the man who is industrious is placed m the came category as the waster, no satisfactory conclusion will be arrived at. To my mind that is the crux of the dissatisfaction 3n reference to our Labor Laws."
Kubelik, the violinist, has decided to live m Buda-Pesth permanently. He will live m a palace of his own m the finest part of the city,