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MB ORMOND AT NAPIER.

(PHB .PBHBS AaBOOIATIOW,) Napier, Jane It Mr Ornaond addressed his oonstitn«ntf this eveniajf. He devoted the fint park of his speech to an elaborate and rather warm attaolc on the Opposition for their attitude with respect to the Customs TaV^ Bill. He charged them with supporting', proposals so as to alienate old Government supporters, and then making overtures to the malcontents to form a oombioatioa to tarn the Ministry out He exprewed general approval of the aotiona of the) Ministry io other reapeota, and intimated thvt he would support a modified Hare ny stem and other proposals of the Govern* meat, but wonld strongly oppose any amendment of tbe Education Act orTtha lines of Mr Fißher's Bill. He was very warmly received, but at the close gtTote of thanks only w&q Dropoiod.

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MB ORMOND AT NAPIER., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 12 June 1889

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MB ORMOND AT NAPIER. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 12 June 1889

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