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United Press Association—By Eleotrio Telegraph—Copyright. Beceived June 15,9.39 a.m. New Zealand Footballers, Sydney, June 15 The N.Z, Footballerß arrived m good condition. The official reception takes place to-day. Labour Grievance. The censure debate has been adjourned. Labour members' chief grievance against the Government is neglect m administrating the Arbitration Act. A Priestly Democrat. Cardinal Moran declared that the Socialism which Mr Reid and his colleagues were assailing was the class which meant communism and anarchy. It seemed to him the campaign was quite out of place m Australia, where the democracy had no such aim. Mr Reid and his supporterswore engaged m a quixotic campaign against an enemy that was non-existent. Democracy was not an enemy, as its aim was social development on constitutional lines with the object of promoting prosperity. It made for peace and plency, and from his heart he wished it every success m attaining th'S object.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6596, 15 June 1905

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6596, 15 June 1905

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