" Gratis" considers that if the Auckland members had taken up the question . of the San Francisco mail service vig-or- ', ously, it wwuld have been restored before i now. "Honour to whom Honour is Due" commends tho Thames School Committee for protesting against the severity of the recent examinations, and expresses i surprise that the Auckland headmasters i have not taken some action in the same ' direction. " C.W." suggests that instead of closing ' hotels by a reduction vote, the law should ' be altered in the direction of high license, thereby securing the survival of the fit- i test. He cays a saloon license in San i Francisco now costs 500 dollars (£100), < and it is proposed to double the amount. J " Eatepayer " deeires to call the attan- ' tion of councillors to what he describee as ' the disgraceful condition of Hackett- 3 street. He Bays the recent rains have ' washed the blinding material away, ami ' ioft the surface of the road " like a etone- ; breaker's quarry." i J
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