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A LIBEL

"NEW ZEALAND INSULARITY."

Press Association —By Telegraph—Copyright

SYDNEY, December 22,

(Received December 22, at 9.20 a.m.)

Mr Munson, New Zealand Government Agent, in a letter to the ’Herald,’ takes exception to a sentence contained in a ‘Herald’ article commenting on the. New Zealand elections, that “an Australian is called a foreigner in the Dominion.” Ho says: “ Your -statement will bo deeply resented by New Zealanders, both in the Dominion and by those resident in Australia ; and for 'my part I must protest by saying it is unjustifiable, and -a libel on tlie little country we are all so proud of.’*

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A LIBEL, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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A LIBEL Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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