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NO-LICENSE IN ASHBURTON.

Sir, —My attention has been drawn to a letter signed " Vigilant "m your issue of 19th inst, and should be glad if you would kindly allow me to reply by stating that " an analysis of answers already received effectively demonstrates the erroneous character of the information alleged to have been received by "^igilant." It may interest "Vigilant" to know that office boys are not usually included m Official Directories. " Clerks and shop assistants" need not, necessarily, be owners of businesses to possess decided business opinions. I fully expect my action to be criticised, but a shop to office, and office to shop enquiry would have been rpan to a greater criticism than the method adopted. The enquiry is bona fide, and answers to hand show that honest people, whether master? or not, are not ashamed to express an honest opinion, and not ashamed to give a decided answer to an open and frank enquiry. The published analysis will easily disprove " Vigiiant's " attempt to kill replies. Thanking you m anticipation, I am, etc., Gbo. W. Hean.

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NO-LICENSE IN ASHBURTON., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905

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NO-LICENSE IN ASHBURTON. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6553, 25 April 1905

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