TO THE EDITOBI Sir,—Allow me to ask your readers to compare the dignified conduct of a l«r H senior member for Dunedin (Mr D. Pinker! ton) with that of Mr Scobie MackenzieTn attacking the Right Hon. the Premier over his visit to the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee l he Australian paper*, we find that the Premier (Right Hon. Dr Kingston) was accorded the most kindly reception on his return to Adelaide from tho Home Country. Among tho speakers w?a sir Jenkm Coles, who said : “ While I havo had political quarrels with the Premier. I have never had a personal difference with him. Several members of our Opposition agreed to give Mr Seddon a good “send-off” but ignored him on his return to the colony Surely they might act gracefully in honor* mg the reprfesentative of the colony on such an occasion as that of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, when he did his duty.—l am, etc Pnnedin, * * W *™K,
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TWO CONTRASTS., Evening Star, Issue 10460, 2 November 1897
TWO CONTRASTS. Evening Star, Issue 10460, 2 November 1897
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