THE LARRIKIN NUISANCE.
TO THE EDITOK. Sir,—l was very glad to sec the letter signed " Robert Rae " in your'issue of Monday evening. Mr Rae's ideas are worthy of the earnest consideration of all those stimulated with a desire to reclaim the larrikins of the Flat. I feel sure that if a free reading room, singing class, or penny reading was started the promoters would find that a number of young lads would avail themselves of the privilsge. It would be a good plan if a meeting of all those interested in the movement could be convened, and the matter of ways and means discussed. As this is a matter of great interest, not only to residents in South Dunedin, but also to the community at largo, I hope that those who have hitherto assisted in philanthropic movements will como to the front in a matter affecting the well-being of the City.—l am, etc., Auquis. Dunedin, May 21.
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THE LARRIKIN NUISANCE., Evening Star, Issue 7913, 22 May 1889
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