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"TAGS."

The Wairarapa Age says it- would be interesting to know what is the .special value of an auditor's "tag-" On numerous occasions in every j'OHr an auditor puts an addendum to his certified audit, to the effect that this, or that a count has not been properly kept. This addendum is familiarly known as a ''tag." In nine cases out of ten the "tag" is treated with. opeu. contempt by the local body concerned. What, then, is the U3e of such a thing? The Government will, one of these days, have to seriously consider whether steps should not be taken to enforce the recommendations of the officials, especially when they deal with the expenditue of public moneys.

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"TAGS.", Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XL, Issue 5789, 1 April 1912

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"TAGS." Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XL, Issue 5789, 1 April 1912

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