TO THE EDITOR.
Sir,— lie roll stuffing; You are not far out when you state that it is on the cards that authorised agents have been employed for this dummy business. Two acquaintances of mine were waited upon by a tout, who is usually employed by “the trade ” or its friends for election work, with a form already filled in, minus my friends’ signatures, which were required as a mere matter of form, you know, to attest to what was not true. The hotel agent did not succeed with my friends, but evidently he has been very successful in “ trade” quarters. —I am, etc., Bldk Ribbon. Dunedin, May 21.
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ROLL-STUFFING., Evening Star, Issue 7912, 21 May 1889
ROLL-STUFFING. Evening Star, Issue 7912, 21 May 1889
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