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CORRESPONDENCE.

We are at all times ready to give expression to every shade of opinion, but in no way do we hold ourselves responsible for the views advocated by our correspondents.] * ■»

COUNCILLOR HENNING,

[to the editor]

Sir,—l think when Councillor Harming attacks fellow-oounoillors he should at least have the courtesy to fight his differences oat at the Counoil table—"lt is contrary to all Parliamentary rules of etiquette to make attacks on a member other than on the floor of the House." I suppose we should excuse Cr. Henning as he appears to know no better, for when he is unable to get bis own way he has got to rush to the Press. Cr Henning forgot to tell the eleotors tbat when he retired frord tbe Council seven years ago he was defeated at the poll and compulsorily retired by the eleotors. That is the reason he retired! Cr. Henning appears only to be able to secure a seat when there is a side issue—the same as occurred when he was returned-this time without any opposition. The only condition on which Cr. Munro will resign is that be should contest tbe Beat with Cr Henning'-—I am, etc.,' A. R. MUNRO.

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CORRESPONDENCE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 10 March 1916

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CORRESPONDENCE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 10 March 1916

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