THE ELECTORAL ROLL.
TO THK EDITOR. Sir, —In the 'Mar' of 25th you refer to the electoral rolls, nnd the inference is that the compilation this time has not been satisfactorily done. The Loader of the Opposition thinks so, too; but, then there has been the same complaint each election year. If cue may judge by my experience, the work lias been done more thoroughly now than has been the ca-se hitherto. A fortnight ago a. postman called at my house in Roslyn at 7 o'clock in the evening, and asked for the names, When he was told that all were on the roll he said : "That won't do; everybody says the same tiling." He got the names and checked thorn off. The fact that the numbers now arc le?s than that of the 1911 roil does not prove that the present roll i* nut complete, for I know that the Duncdin Went roll of'l9ll had many names of people (load or out of New Zealand.—l am, et?., O.R. November 27.
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THE ELECTORAL ROLL., Evening Star, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914