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MR DALTON AT ST. KILDA.

TO THE EDITOR. Sir, —Through having tarried rather long over tho war nous I was too late for Mr Dalton’s meeting at South Dunedin on the 18th inst., and as I was anxious to see tho Reform candidate in the flesh I attended his meeting at St. Kilda. I was disappointed with his address, in that lie did not deal with tho Bible-in-schools referen- ; duin and tho majority on tho licensing question. While speaking on tho land < question he might have gone the ' length of giving us his own private i opinion of allowing Crown tenants the j right to the freehold at tho original | valuation. Hoping that Mr Dalton ! will reply to my questions when ho | speaks again at South Dunedin—l am, etc., Elector. November 30.

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MR DALTON AT ST. KILDA., Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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MR DALTON AT ST. KILDA. Issue 15664, 1 December 1914

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