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TELEPHONE COMPLAINTS

TO THE EDITOR. Sir,--The letter of "Constant User Who Pay?," appearing in your iaeue o( the 13th inst, proses him to be a Council busy body or one nkin to same. Jt U not the com- , plui'iip, hut this ni' iln of making them that is objectionable. It is well known how aomo of these complaints nre engineered through local bodies by soi one biding in the background. The proper channel provided for complaints Fhould he used.—l am, etc., A UPER WHO PAYS AND MAKES HIS COMPLAINTS THROUGH 150. [Wo are unable to produce the last paragraph of your letter as it ban little bearing on the subject, and h libellous. —Ed. Wail] .

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TELEPHONE COMPLAINTS, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 27 April 1915

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TELEPHONE COMPLAINTS Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 27 April 1915

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