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POLITICAL.

Chbistchurch, June 23 Mr Taylor, M.H.R., addressed a crowded audience of his constituents at the Choral Hall to-night, and was:accorded an enthusiastic reception. Speaking of the Shops and Offices Act he said he considered Mr Massey as much to blame for the way ihe Bill went through as any other member of the House. He had no hesitation m saying that the High Commissioner Act had been passed to provide for the graceful retirement of the Premier. He did not think the Public Revenues Act should be repealed though it required amendment. He did not believe m the bi-cameral system or the total abolition of the Upper House. He wonfd like to Bee it elected by the House of Representatives. Speaking of the Land Commission he did not think their report would influence a single vote of the members of the House. Mr Taylor dealt with several other questions.

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POLITICAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6604, 24 June 1905

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POLITICAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6604, 24 June 1905

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