Selwyn : Ha Iha I I thought so. You daren't have the charge investigated. You can't butter me. Wesley : Sir I how dare you! In face of your insinuation, I shall withdraw My former pleat and plead not guilty, lou will hear more of this. (Observer, 18 September 1909)

Selwyn : Ha Iha I I thought so. You daren't have the charge investigated. You can't butter me.  Wesley : Sir I how dare you! In face of your insinuation, I shall withdraw My former pleat and plead not guilty, lou will hear more of this. (Observer, 18 September 1909)
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Selwyn : Ha Iha I I thought so. You daren't have the charge investigated. You can't butter me. Wesley : Sir I how dare you! In face of your insinuation, I shall withdraw My former pleat and plead not guilty, lou will hear more of this. (Observer, 18 September 1909). Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/7278807

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