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Mr Spurgeon adds to the literature of controversy a brilliant illustration. He has no interest in politics, he informs his readers, The only difference he can find between the great political parties is as to which class of maggots shall feed on the cheese. At the Eangiora Magistrate’s Court the other day, Mr Whitefoord, R.M., heard several cases brought by the School Committee to compel parents to send their children to school. Small fines wore inflicted in each case, the Magistrate remarking that there was no excuse for keeping children from school, and he hoped all committees would folksy the example now set them.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 7978, 6 August 1889

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