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SPRINGBURN POST OFFICE

TO IHB BDHOB. Sib,— ln reply to your or respondent, ■IgnlDg himself " One of the Petitioners/ wa*j- 1 Mk him instead of making vagai Meejtioai about lt *ome of the residents •Keating private boxes" if he will mentloc one beside Mr Fronde who has done •of Strange to «»y he hai plioed his vithin about one chain of the very spot they petition for, bat would atiil use his own If the ohange should be made (for what be considered very good reasons. ) It takes ft long ezperletoa to fiad the pre sent sobool hocse is not • fitting place. Wherever a school la plsced I* generally anffioient proof of that being the central j position, »nd here the post offioe has been lor aay six yean. That there hts been no boxea provided if the fcnlt of the resident! of the dlstriot who oould have obtained the ohlef postmaster's ssnotion, and if i tamps have been saaroa that has bain their fault too, for a proper complaint ia alwaya quiokly attended to. Now the railway has reaohed within a few chains of the old poat offioe, the other end, right away from this old centre, begim to ory oat loudly for reform, being galvanised into sudden life by the apparent go-ahead ism visible opposite. And this Is New Zealand advancement. With regard to 80 per oent signing for the ohaoge at the proposed end loan get oent per oent at the present one '* SraiMOßUEic Pbopbb,"

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SPRINGBURN POST OFFICE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2173, 15 July 1889

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