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BIBLE IN SCHOOLS REFERENDUM

TFIK ROMAN CATHOLIC ATTITUDV

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WELLINGTON, November 17. i The following questions will, as far a-- ; possible, be addressed at one of his public j meetings to every parliamentary candidate ■ throughout the Dominion by an appointed ; representative of the New Zealand Roman ; Catholic Federation: — :

1. If elected, will the candidate, even j though favoring the Referendum prin- i ciple, vote against any proposal to make j it possible for a Referendum to be taken ; on any matter which may m any way ; a.fTet:t mutters of religion or conscience'.' ; 2. Will the candidate take action io [ ensure the extension to all non-State ; schools the privileges enjoyed bv pupils : attending the State schools in regard to free medical inspection, free instruction in the swimming and physical chine classes, fr'e instruction in agriculture, and the free j.-mic of the • .-e!v><d Journal ' 1

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BIBLE IN SCHOOLS REFERENDUM, Evening Star, Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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BIBLE IN SCHOOLS REFERENDUM Evening Star, Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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