IS A MAN'S HOUSE HIS CASTLE.
TO THE EDITOR. . B Sd»MilMJa!e«.»,.letter. in Thursday night a paper under the Sbbve heading; I must, however,,differ, slightly from^'Liberty,'.' as f could not Iniany; sense of tfie word call the valuer mmy case a gentleman. Strange to say, m the days when furniture,' etc., waV taxable I never until this time had a man prying -into all the corners of my, "castle." I gave this most ambiguous p-rson all information I could, told nun my rent, the agent's name, etc, and then to my astonishment he politely walked in and went aU.tnrough the house. Perhaps the editor ootl I enlighten mothers if they are compelled to submit to this tyranny, and if so snrelyaa hour or two m the afternoon on certain days would suffice, when, mothers could stay at home and escort this undesirable visitor.—l am, etc.. Dunedin, October 21. AMothbr '
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IS A MAN'S HOUSE HIS CASTLE., Evening Star, Issue 10443, 12 October 1897, Supplement