EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT.
TO THK EDITOK. Sir,—ln your report of last night's meeting I am reported as saying, when referring to a shopkeeper who refuses to close, that we had pledged ourselves to use every endeavor to compel him to close. I think I said (jit him to close. That was what I meant. The only pressure we can bring is the influence of others, and that is the only pressure the Association intend using.— I am, etc., T. Howard.
Dunedin, September 19. |Mr Howard was not misreported.— Ed, E.S.]
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EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT., Evening Star, Issue 8016, 19 September 1889
EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT. Evening Star, Issue 8016, 19 September 1889
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