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(rBB FBBBB -JSSOOIAXIOR.) Auoxlahb, June 15* Mr Mobs wis accorded a vote of eonfidenoe at Parnell, He protested against farther borrowing, aud was oonvinoed Government would attempt to raise a further loan when the present was expended. He soeep'ed the Improvement In exports and general trade as alg-fl of returning prosperity, and w«a hopeful for the future. Dnrrxnnr, June 14 Mr H. S. Fish, M.H.R, for Dunedin Bouth, addressed the sleotora to-night. He said he wae greatly disappointed at the appointment of the Railway Oommls •loners, but It was rather unfair to orltlelse them yet He advocated tbe construction of the Otago Central to Ewe bum or Blaekatone Hill, and said that whether he gave his support to tbe Government depended largely upon whether tbey were prepared to do juailoe to Otsgo respecting this line. He strongly opposes th. Electoral Bill. He Is opposed to the Property Tax and favors a Laud end Income tax. He reoeived c vote of ooofidenoe. INV-SOABOXLL. June 14. Mr H. Feldwlek, member tot the town distriot, addressed about a hundred of his oonst'tuents to-night, and was sooorded a hearty vote of tb»nks for his address.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2149, 15 June 1889

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Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2149, 15 June 1889

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