TO THE EDITOB.
Sib, —Till when are our representatives or councillors goirg to deprive the ratepayers of their rights ? What right have they to expect the ratepayers to pay for the electric \\y.*xt while the electric energy is regularly cut off every night, leaving the town and dwellings in darkness in order to study private buEinees, and so waste the reeervoir water ia day time? Many are blaming the electrio engineer, but I feel sure the electric engineer has to do what he is told. A few weehs apep I wrote an official letter to the chairman of the electrio lfght department of Akaroa, ending tbe letter " Let justice reign supreme above wrong generosity." Has any public officer a right to itop and see that a complaining correspondence does not fall over tho table for discuseiou at publio meetings ? It iis a question of justice. Youre etc.,
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ELECTRIC LIGHT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3458, 11 May 1915
ELECTRIC LIGHT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3458, 11 May 1915
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