FULL DRESS REHEARSALS.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—Not some laughable little farce which would stir up the lives of us dyspeptics and make purer blood to circulate our bodies. No ; but a political play, dull and dreary, just now commencing on the shores of Cook Straits. Has the roar for retrenchment subsided? Certainly not in the direction of useless twaddle called debating, for which we all pay. Of w.hat earthly use is the debate on the Address unless to whet the loquacious verbosity of hon. delegate!. A direct vote of confidence can at any time be moved against the “ ins” with a view to the “outs" having the patronage and emoluments of office. New Zealand requires rest to enable her to recuperate herself after passing through the terrible ordeal she has through Parliamentary mismanagement. Is it too late for our rulers to grasp this? if not, cm’tail the talkists, and bring the session to a close as soon as possible.—l am, etc,, Lcmvek. Dunedin, June ±2.
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FULL DRESS REHEARSALS., Evening Star, Issue 7942, 25 June 1889
FULL DRESS REHEARSALS. Evening Star, Issue 7942, 25 June 1889
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