MR MONTGOMERY AT AKAROA.
. met the electors pif tfifc^AlterohwslKct 1 on Mondaf eveobeing 1 - . b&^gigacbsjn^ip; be consideredthe 1 relaunch tOtenttpolicy which.hadbeen; pursued,-by thbCtovernment' 1 hadbeen * ftftCfcd’Pn Hbuse; To Mr bdlclheid J ,tbe '.credit 6f intro-' ■ ipmw tKft^qo^i.:andtbe;Government had toi accept the position inter which* they fbreed by lotted their iffl& £ fyVL6ca! : UfiSffc^drM: ww m. ( poiwer, , would be. inevitably pan?; aiddfoediiaSi one baling Votes throughput tW-colbityi s for r f nfie^fdn ei for ; Ss*siabce ) VoUld expect ion ( 'or,'! ptH er"yy Is 0, to, jtp£ amount'of support tbe Ministry of the day by , iMjjfepres(ajj»tiv.e.i <The Bill , was one of thoitnost cumbersome pieces ofmathat^Mi 1 BryceV Bill re itvasThighly-' important jncasure, and yone which woffler have' removed a cry-, a matter of fact, the land at the: m/wyv of .the lisdraharkat tban before. He was in ffsbmol the Property Tax,but - did not cfe»idet’ so *hat machinery <ahd iahtr; stock Bhoald.be„subifetiß> l! taxation;: .The Re^spabudPU/of:seats'_BiUiwas a ' measure of great- importance to the oolobyi • of irianbood, and, se<s J it ff brought ‘ in’ 5 on“ WMsit. pwsmqial,districts . should be adequately represented, ac- ■ eftidiug 10; population;, The Elections Bedtidp iBiU.-metvhis; approval. Regarding dhe firiSttdial positiofi of' the colony, he thought the country was fast rdSrenbjfkhdft^ 1 credit saved, and, as able amount ‘of the last 1*5,000,000 logp^ebilxemairung.iiU ■ <the colonial chest. He would advocate the mainat present 'in * , the public, schbols, ; and said been' made with idf education, and e«pgi» .itflafi ftfeopia children were ■ epßicatedaCfeat coß6(Dotthe country, as
Tgffifyoab. ilftseiekptaie waa-naturally ' larger in a .twrcotmtiy than in an old 'hdfeg 1 so ; scattered ' the, sphflolsp consequently,' small .•-/’.-'He drat not think!*'»'hotfse tax for the . maintenance of education would he an l tne'present method of ' placing rate.'" Hp, favored the maintenance 1 of r and religious instruction on its present basis^and,urgedthe desirability of religious training for the young at- . tendfogi;itateJschools. 'There ; was attiple opportunities,of givipg such, insßWed^bhltside'6i'the schdol hours as Tbe.lodal. • option clause ofthe Licencing Bill was a measure app&cpbje to districts where s , puhlki'bouses had not been established, t ■ lie should dipsent to any proposal to ■ He. ridiculed the the pf stf ipeasurb : Jdis||PPiij»isJ £wil servants whojdid not political .opinions iof Hall tHe Opposition 'of having fwigduce- a measure f6t,t|ie recetyedA vote ,pf
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MR MONTGOMERY AT AKAROA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 359, 1 June 1881
MR MONTGOMERY AT AKAROA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 359, 1 June 1881
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