TO THE EDITOR. J Sir,—l notice the Borough Council has' taken the Postal Department to task for omissions and commissions in conneotion with the telephone exohange. Now, by what does the Council claim to interfere in such matters, as every eubsoriber to'the telephone enters into a private contract with tbe Postal Depprtmeni, and if he has a complaint as to how the terms of the con- j trsct are being carried out he can find at the bot'om oLevery page cf his telephone diteotoiy—"For complaints ring up 150." Under these oiroumstanoes.the Counoil is usurping the citizens private rights end interfering with matters outside its powers. Truly the Council muet contain some busy bodies w> o are of the Don Quixote order, — I urn, etc. A ONSTANT USER OF THE PHONE,
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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Issue 3412, 7 April 1915
TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Issue 3412, 7 April 1915
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