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“THE CLEVER IDEA” CONTRADICTED.

To the Editor. Sib,*—l observe in a local in your paper of Monday evening that an error has crept in,by which youaremade to say that Imade plana, etc., from a model furnished to me by,Mr Bradley. In reply thereto I beg to state that I never saw any model or sketch from Mr Bradley or anyone else, and, in fact, no model was ever made ' until Mr Bradley had my plans, etc., for over a week, from which the model referred to was made, in order to see how my sketch would answer. I cannot think you could have got this information from Mr Bradley himself, as I am sure he’d bare given the facts, or else I am very ' .much mistaken. I should not have bothered yon, Mr Editor, about such a tr«mpery affair only I am quite competent to practice my profession without models of j any kind. — I am, etc. , A. B. Ikgeam, Engineer. Burnett street. ; fThe information contained in our local v.as to Mr Bradley being the inventor of the machine was given to us by Mr BradL ley himself — Ed. <?.] ;<> ■ . —e

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“THE CLEVER IDEA” CONTRADICTED., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 663, 15 June 1882

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“THE CLEVER IDEA” CONTRADICTED. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 663, 15 June 1882

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