The text of the letter reads:To the Hon. R. A. Squires K.C.
The promoters of the Woman's Sufferage movement beg to draw the attention of the Premier to the incomprehensible attitude of the government towards the question of the enfranchisement of women, as evidenced in the failure of the two Government members to table the Bill after having pledged themselves to do so.
The women interested would infinitely prefer that the Bill should be made a Government measure during the present session of the House; but they are determined that it shall be presented this year and if the Government does not see its way to meeting their views in this respect, the Women's Party will see that it is presented by a member of the opposition on Friday June 4th.
June 2nd 1920
Agnes M. Ayre
Helen M. Baird
Anna M. Mitchell
Adeline E. Bowring