MR F. F. N. GAUDIN.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—Although not an intimate friend of Mr Gandhi's, 1 claim a personal nc qvaint-ance with Ir.m during 'lie last ten years. He is held in very high esteem by nll who have come in contact with him. Thrift who know him realise and understand that ho would not for one, moment toieiate any act of treason. He has acted thoufrhtlcsf.ly. without doubt., but the punishment does n.it fit the crime; it- is too f+veiv. He has successfully devoted the tint"', of a busy man for many years to the welfare of his city as a city councillor and ns an officer of the volunteers. Therefore, v. by .should he be sacrificed on the "altar of example l ' at- a time when men of his calibre are needed to support the cause of our glorious Empire?—l am. etc.. Lanotion Clark. January 8.
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MR F. F. N. GAUDIN., Evening Star, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915
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