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A CONUNDRUM FOR LIBERALS.

TO THE EDITOR.

Sir,—Mr W. Earnshaw wa9 adjudged guilty of mortal sin and . politically condemned for weeding his flower garden and improving his dwelling-house in his spare hours. He was never charged with unfaithfulness to bis publio trust; but, on the contrary, was admittedly a most painstaking and honorable member. The R ; ght Hon.

R. J. Seddon, the Premier, has not the shadow of u stain on his escutcheon, while he, octopus like, eave3 his bleeding country by accepting billets from Auglo-Continental Syndicates ; while his annual princely salary and travelling expenses would satisfy twenty working men's families for a lifetime. Query : Find the Liberal ?—I am, etc , --■- - ' Color Blind. Dunedin, Novemb-r 3.

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A CONUNDRUM FOR LIBERALS., Issue 10464, 6 November 1897, Supplement

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A CONUNDRUM FOR LIBERALS. Issue 10464, 6 November 1897, Supplement

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