THE EX-MINISTER FOR EDU CATION.
[Pbb Press assooutiok.]
Wellington, Jane 3
Mr Fisher, ex -Minister of Eduoation, addressed a crowded meeting of his constituents this evening. He began with some references of a personal nature, denying the statement that he had ever Intrigued against Mr MitohelsoD, aod aoonsing one member of the Cabinet, on the othei hand, of inconceivable dupliolty •o wards himself. With the olronmstanoes <f his leaving the Cabinet he aatd he Intended to pnrjue the matte* In another plaoe until he bad oleared hlmielf from ihe aspersion oait upon him. He congratulated the country on at last having a surplus, but deplored the a*mount of Ita iodebteddftftS, and the fact that capital would not ootne here. A. statesman's bead was wanted to care thle state of thlßGia. He defended the tarlfE and his (Cduoatlon BUI, proposing the abolition of boards. A uAanimous vote of unabated confidence was passed.
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