TO THE EDITOK. Sir,—ln your leader of this evening you suggest that authorised agents have been employed for this purpose by unprincipled persons to serve some special object. A commission agent (a late hotelkeeper) watted upon me and inquired if I had a tenant that would vote right I wanted placed upon tho roll. Who his employer is or was, I know not, but from my knowledge of him I know he is not likely to make this canvassing without remuneration. Is not his employer a brewer that is stated is likely to stand for Mayor? I think so; if not, is it the L.V.A.?—lam, etc., One That is Thought to sit on a Rail. Dunedin, May 18.
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ROLL-STUFFING., Evening Star, Issue 7911, 20 May 1889
ROLL-STUFFING. Evening Star, Issue 7911, 20 May 1889
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