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Hon. W. Hall-Jones.

United Press Association— Hy Electric Telegraph ~""ttT^ Timaru, June 1 The Hon. W. Hall-Jones addressed his constituents last night. Wet weatber caused the meeting to be a small one. The Minister spoke for some time of the proofs of the continued prosperity of the colony and the causes thereof. He then devoted some time to replie3 to Mr Massey'a criticisms of the Government's administration, and then spoke of the intended legislation of next Session as already anncunsed by the Premier. He mentioned that his Shipping and Seamen's Act was likely to be made the basis of discussion by an Imperial j Conference with the colonies on shipping. A hearty vote of thanks and confidence m the member and the Government was earned amid applause,

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Hon. W. Hall-Jones., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6585, 1 June 1905

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Hon. W. Hall-Jones. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6585, 1 June 1905

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