OUR FOOTPATHS AND SIDECHANNELS.
TO THE EDITOB. Sib,— Referring to a paiagraph la the " Guardain, 1 ' day before yesterday, anent the state of the footpath m Moore street, I have been wondering whether the writer ever visltß Tanored street. He ooald see the asphalt there In qalte bb dilapidated a oondition as It is anywhere. The Tailored street residents use boots m walking (the? ■hould not have to abuaa them) »vkJ grumble very mnoh at the atata oif the ■treet. Allow me to express gteat dlssatisfaction at tho soarclty of water m tbe ■Ide ohannela, whloh seema to be oqt off fr om early morning till late m the evening for the purpose of watering Bait ■reel: Refuse flows oa thick oftentimes as treacle and smelling not at all like tbe rose. Shontd this be thus, during thla hot weather and In these ferer tiznti ? What are the members ot tho Works Committee about ? or is It any nse having them at all ? I leave this for «• Echo " to answer. In tbe meantime will you kindly insert my note aud possibly the matter m«y be remedied— Yours, etc., | Rbsidbnt Tanored Stbbbt.
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OUR FOOTPATHS AND SIDECHANNELS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2082, 8 March 1889
OUR FOOTPATHS AND SIDECHANNELS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2082, 8 March 1889
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