POINTS FROM LETTERS
In a telegraphed rcp.ort in. ."The Post" it was stated that the Hon. W. Downie Stewart "easily defeated" Mr. John Gilchrist in the 19.31 General Election. "Dunedin." points out that Mr. Gilchrist increased the Labour vote by 1226.'0ver the vote in 1928 and lowered tho. minority from 2140 to 924. lie was complimented on tho very able way in which he stated Labour's case.
Consideration for Indians in .the city is appealed for by Johanna M. G. Murphy. "They do not get relief and yet their small fruit trade on the streots was taken from them. They are quiet and well-behaved." They say nothing about the standard of living. Yet they must live somehow. • Is there no place in the city ,whore , charity could be taken for them?"
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POINTS FROM LETTERS, Evening Post, Volume CXVIII, Issue 70, 20 September 1934
POINTS FROM LETTERS Evening Post, Volume CXVIII, Issue 70, 20 September 1934
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