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IS A MAN’S HOUSE HIS CASTLE?

TO THE EDITOR. , A gentleman called at my house on Wednesday, the 6th inat., and left a form for the Land and Income Tax to he filled in, at the same time asking my daughter to show him through my dwelling for the purpose of valuation—a request which she complied with, not knowing whether she had a right to_ refuse. Could yon inform me if this official has a right to enter the house of any in Dunedin, for if ho has we live in a land of mock freedom ?—I am, etc., Dunedin, October 7.

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IS A MAN’S HOUSE HIS CASTLE?, Issue 10439, 7 October 1897

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IS A MAN’S HOUSE HIS CASTLE? Issue 10439, 7 October 1897

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