REFRESHMENTS AT THE EXHIBITION.
TO THX KBITOB. Sir,—l quite agree with "Storekeeper," if inferior drinks are allowed to be manufactured and sold at tbe Exhibition; but if none but the best are made I fail to see where the hardship comes in. I hope that none but the best brands of all kinds of drinks will be allowed to be Bold. It is a notorious fact that many of our hotels sell nothing but the cheapest of drinks. Fancy Boniface having the cheek to charge sixpence for what you can buy at any store in the town for one penny.—l am, etc., A.W. Dunedin, May 11.
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REFRESHMENTS AT THE EXHIBITION., Evening Star, Issue 7904, 11 May 1889
REFRESHMENTS AT THE EXHIBITION. Evening Star, Issue 7904, 11 May 1889
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