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PRESESSIONAL.

(MB FBBaS A83OO1AT1OH.) - Invbkoabgill, Jane If, Mr J, G, Ward, member for Awaarav addressed hlsoonatltaena to«nlght, and wae accorded a vote of tb»nki and dbnftdeaoe. Dunkdin, June 15. Dr FUohett, M.H.tt, lor Oaaedla Centra), addressed his coastltnanta to- < nlgbt, aud received a vote of thanks and confidence. He strongly opposes the ln> trodaotioo of the Hare system, and doea ■ not approve of the propoiei alteration! by Government la the constitution of the Ooanoll. He oppoiei the property tax, favoring a land and Income tax Mr Jamas MM*, M.H.R. for Port Chalmers, addressed the electors at fort % Ohalmera to-night aad received a vott of oonfidacoe. JR« the San Ft anolteo aervtee be sstd he thought It ought to b* eoatinued, as It wai of great valaelf only v an advertising medium for the oolony la connection with the toarlst traffic, bat he thought we had paid too maoh for It la the put, thii oolony having contributed two-thlrdi, while New Sooth Wales, who reoelved the commercial benefit, only paid one-third. He thought the Hare ayatem impracticable, and Claapproved of the. abolition of the Upper Home. Io the present olroa instances of the ooleny the property tax was necessary, though theoretloally a land and lnoome tax wai • fairer tax.

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PRESESSIONAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2151, 18 June 1889

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