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A NUISANCE

TO THB EDITOR. Sir, —Allow me Bpace to call the atten tion of the powers that be to a dreadful noise made nightly by about 300 children, congregated in Princes street at a magic lantern advertisement show. Euch picture produced is made the occasion for a fearful shouting unci yelling that are quite unbearable, especially by one readingor writing. The company is composed for the most part of very young children, who ought to be in bed, instead of training for juvenile criminals. There is danger of some of them getting run over, as they continually run from one side to the other in front of trams or cabs.— I am, etc.. Distracted. Dunedin, May 23.

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A NUISANCE, Issue 7914, 23 May 1889

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A NUISANCE Issue 7914, 23 May 1889

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