EXTRACTS FROM HANSARD.
Mr W, P.Reoves— l would like to seethe Minister of Defeoon learn to manage his own jepartments before learning to manage the departments of his oolleaguea. la the name of the various events of whloh we know so mach — lv the name of the Te Kool\ fiasco— in the name of tho Ward-Ohrlatie^oaco— in the name of tho ridiculous caravan toot? through Central Otago, when the Premier was onrted about like some wild bird In a cage to be shown to the people of Wakotlpu — In the nnme of those brats banks of Wakatlpu itself— in the name, of the mastery of the harbor defence system of the colony which wo all know the hon gentleman has not got— in the name of tho irritation and the dissatisfaction which ho has managed to prodnos among our volunteers, I ask him to be a little modest, to speak less on any business that is not his own, not to oome here to defend his chief, and, m a word, not to teach his political grandmother to snok fiaanoial eggs. ■
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