THE HUNTLY DISASTER
Mre-ars .Sample and Parry, who arrived by last evening's express, ;tre now making a national campaign for iho purpose of placing before the public the facts in connection with the Huntly disaster. They have been deputed bv the citizens of Huntly to carry out lids mission, which was subsequently endorsed by the West Coast minero. They address the public in the_Jving’3 Theatre on Sunday night, when they propose to deal fully with events leading up to the dieaster, and tho evidence given before the inquiry and the findings of same. Owing to the Huntly disaster looming high in the political horizon, Messrs Semple and. Parry’s meetings have been well attended, and judging from the support given to the Huntly miners by tho Dunedin citizens, a packed house on Sunday night is anticipated.
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THE HUNTLY DISASTER, Evening Star, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914