ILLEGAL LOTTERIES AND THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— lf a little shopkeeper puts a shilling in a bag with some lollies and sells it for sixpence, he has an unpleasant quarter of an hour at Maclaggan street Police Court; but
a merchant can advertise a whisky lottery, prizes LI to LIO,OOO, with impunity. Truly, in New Zealand there is one law for the rich and another for the poor.—l am, etc., ANTI-HOMBtJO. Dunedin, September 23.
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ILLEGAL LOTTERIES AND THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC., Evening Star, Issue 8019, 23 September 1889
ILLEGAL LOTTERIES AND THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. Evening Star, Issue 8019, 23 September 1889
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