THE MUNICIPAL ROLL.
TO THE EDITOB. Sllt,-My name having appeared among those who claimed to be added to the Uty Burgess Roll, and, as the inference may be drawn from that fact that I was aiding m improper practices, 1 have to ask you, as ap act of common justice, to pubjtsh my letter to the town clerk, which seta forth my qualification.—l am, etc., JOHEHI ESKDALK. Dunedin, May 23.
Dunedin, 17tb May, 18S9 Mr A. Gibson, Town Clerk, Dunedin. Sir,—l notice in the 'Daily Times' of yesterday that my application to be plaoed On the burgess roll t» tho Victoria Brewery, Pitt street, has been objioted to by you. Ot this objeotion r hid no previous notic). I now big to Inform you that I olalm to nave my application reconsidered (or the following reasons -viz., that I have been manager of the brewery since
September last, and that on the 9th Fobruary I was appointed bv the Supreme Court receiver In the estate of Wlliiain Straehan ('eceased), with authority of the Court to carry on the business. lam therefore the only legal representative of the estate, and us suob entitled to all the privileges of the late proprietor I therefore claim to have my name placed on the burgess roll of tbo City for the above property, and ol.jeot to BDy other name being retained on the roll f ;r ths same qualification.—Yours faithfully, JOHKPII ESKDAI.K, Receiver Straehan'a Estate.
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THE MUNICIPAL ROLL., Evening Star, Issue 7914, 23 May 1889
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