WAKE UP OTAGO!
TO THE EDITOR. Sjr,—l think the deputation who waited on the Mayor on Saturday re recruits deserves the support of all classes of tho mmmunitv. Some means of removing the slur on Otago is urgently needed. The Mayor is evidently unsympathetic: and the sooner that fact is recognised the better it will he for the honor of Otago. The position has got to he faced and remedied if possible—no matter whose toes (ire trampled mi in the process—and tho next host move is to find a suitable leader who lias had experience in the handling oi these patriotic gatherings. All wi; want. 1 am suit', is a loader. Hoping to see some definite action token Unit will enable Otago to supply lire full quota of recruits without depending on oilier centres to make up the deficiency, and thus remove any cause for our patriotism being called into question.—T am, etc, W. A. MnniKi.L. November 25.
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WAKE UP OTAGO!, Evening Star, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
WAKE UP OTAGO! Evening Star, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
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