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A COMPLAINT.

TO TII.U, itfUtOß. SiH), —Tho Governmoiit are anxious to settle people o-i the land, but neither the (iovcrwncnt nor tlie Ashburton County Canncil seem to care whether the village settlers get water to use or not; although most farmers have the Mater race for their ducks, geese, and pigs to bathe ij\ t and if a fish pond is wanted iv the Domain a race is at once granted. A score or more of us village settlers have petitioned twice for water, and each time the answer has been given " When an additional supply j a obtained." Now, since our first pptftion ■» good supply- lifts boeu. obtained at Acton • 1 still we. get toimlwigsgod with t h o answer. Utt any of yQur lmderß «W t*« 61%, muddy state of the E races

I for the last twelve months ? Any read* giving a helping hand to obtain our needs will have the gratitude of the petitioning village settlers at Rakaia. — l am, etc., Water.

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A COMPLAINT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2557, 30 October 1890

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A COMPLAINT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2557, 30 October 1890

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