TO THB EDITOR. Sir,-~I did not expect a reply to my former letter, for the simple reason that my principal objoction being founded in Nature is unanswerable. And upon reading what purports to, be one from " Grenadier " my expectnlion waß fully realised. I most heartily endorse your correspondent's remarks re the late f'on. W. E. Gladstone, but feel sure that if that great statesman were alive and in our midst he would have been shocked to find that his wiee theory had been interpreted to mean: "That it is the duty of the State to convert men into machines."—l am, etc, Total Abstainer,
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TEMPERANCE ORATORY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6616, 8 July 1905
TEMPERANCE ORATORY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6616, 8 July 1905
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