MR GALE ON JUVENILE CRIME.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— l am sure many were deeply interested in reading over your leader iu last night’s Star, There are few men, if any, in the colony that has had the experience that Mr Gale has had. For nearly forty years in the Victorian prison service, he has seen much of the criminal class of that colony in all its phases, and therefore there can hardly be a sounder judge. I have read Mr Gale’s long interview with the Christchurch ‘ Press ’ reporter. I trust that for the benefit of your numerous readers yon will kindly publish the remaining portion, giving Mr Gale’s opinion on the New Zealand prison management. As we are yet looking for a perfect system, the comments made by Mr Gale may be important to our prison experts, —I am, etc., A.B. Dunedin, May 30.
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MR GALE ON JUVENILE CRIME., Evening Star, Issue 7922, 1 June 1889
MR GALE ON JUVENILE CRIME. Evening Star, Issue 7922, 1 June 1889
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