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TELEGRAPHIC

From Our Special Correspondent.

By Eleotrio Telegraph,

REFORM LEAGUE'S CONFERENCE.

IMPROVED OUTLOOK OF THE PAETX. Wellington, July 16. The annual conference of the New Zealand Politioal Beform League opened today, The dominion executive, in presenting its annual report, congratulated members, more particular their loader (Mr Massey) and his

colleniiues upon the improved ouileok and prospects of-the'party generally. The ex ecutive felt tbb largely due to the able administration of the country's affairs by Ministers during the past two years, and to ihe fact that throughout the country that the Heform Party don Id be trusted to do it s duf.y fnithful'y, and to administer the law impartially and fearlessly, and legislate en lines that would ensure just recognition of tha rights of any citizen. The executive had also gained immensely by the change of Government, It was intended to circulate throughout the constituencies a special number of the Keform League paper, "Light and Liberty," which covered the work of the

Keforra Government during its tenure of office.

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TELEGRAPHIC, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4413, 17 July 1914

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TELEGRAPHIC Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4413, 17 July 1914

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