SIR ROBERT STOUT AND THE TEM. PERANCE CAUSE.
TO THE EDITOB. .Sin,— This gentleman in Tuesday's Starhas laid himself opon to rebuke on various grounds, but if you will allow me I will oslv note one: glaring inconsistency, showing how foolish "a soured and disappointed"boH- | ticiahrcan appear when he does not sufficiently guard his utterances. After easing his soul by vilifymg Mr Seddon, the knight word?. °°T ClUde3 f hiß , l2tter with «»» J™'V 1 . am af ™d the good cause of bv Mr Wall" n °l bDiD uS muc « »r*3 afravi the cause of Prohibition, or any other P™w " D? i be SCrVed an »»ono»bl.«Premier, without precedence, displaying such animosity towards the Right Honorabfe Premier, Mr Seddon, who, fortunately, happen to be the right man in the right' plaee at the present juncture, Sir R. StouVe. opinion notwithstanding.—l am, etc.,. Jhnedin, September !£ '
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SIR ROBERT STOUT AND THE TEM. PERANCE CAUSE., Evening Star, Issue 10422, 17 September 1897