WHY NOT INTERN THEM?
TO THE EDITOB. Str, —In the columns of tli© dally Peaa there Is an account of the arrest of as ex-German Consul of Wellington for com muni eating with the enemy* This In* dividual is supposed to have been in Wellington for 20 years. Now, I would point out that three direct cases have latefo come under public notice ol these natural* ised Germans coming under suspicion, thus proving that they are not safe subject; to be among us. First, we have the im dividual who wrote to his church court demanding an apology from his minister •because the latter had denounced from his pulpit the Germans and the Kaiser. Next we have the account of the attempt to set fire to the troopship Willochra. And lastly, we get the astounding news that the German Consul at Wellington has been arrested for communicating with the enemy. Loot out, Dunedin [ It is quite time that public opinion roused itself, and demanded that the Government take action •to intern these secret enemies of the commonweal and Empire.—l am, etc.. Wide Awake. November 28.
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WHY NOT INTERN THEM?, Evening Star, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914
WHY NOT INTERN THEM? Evening Star, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914
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