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IN DEFENCE OF YOUR REPORTER.

TO THE EDITOR. Sir, —I was in my piece on the .Assembly when the Bibfe-in-sehools discussion took place, and close up to the llov. W. Gray Dixon when he made his speech on tho subject. 1 wish to say that the words reported by you nrp the words actually used by Mr Dixon on that occasion. As one of the ciders specially referred to, 1 teok note of the words used, not with the object of ' ‘ laying them to heart or inwardly digesting them," but to afford amusement, ns most of Mr Dixon’s utterances usually do. In fact, I thought that Mr Dixon was “havering,” as usual, and paid no moro attention to what was said. But his letter in to-night's ‘ Star' is such ail attempt at quibbling and backing down that I feel it necessary to boar testimony to tho accuracy of your reporter. — I am, etc., P. G. Pryde. November 23.

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IN DEFENCE OF YOUR REPORTER., Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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IN DEFENCE OF YOUR REPORTER. Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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