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Mr Pratt, M.H.K. for the Southern Maori electorate, addressed his constituents at the Maori Kaik, Otago Heads, on Thursday night; Mr Timoti Karatai in the chair. Mr Pratt detailed at length the events of the past session, and gave full explanations of the Native legislation carried and attempted, speaking for upwards of an hour and a-half, and giving thorough satisfaction to his audience by the franknem of his replies. In reference to the forthcoming ne?-si«n. ho said that he was jcabk at present "Ca indicate on what «id« of the {lousr hi' would be found voting That depended on the Government, measures as ii wholo, and particularly in regard to Native matters. Mr Edwards proposed and Mr Mark seconded a vote of thanks and confidence, which was carried by acclamation.

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PRE-SESSIONAL., Issue 7934, 15 June 1889

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PRE-SESSIONAL. Issue 7934, 15 June 1889

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