" G.Il R.F." says :-" In November, 1868, when on her first voyago, tbe Thermopylae made tho passage from London to Melbourne in sixty days. This is, I believe, her shortost time for tho voyage." " John Dowsik" takes exception to South Dunrdin being credited with all the crime that occurs on what is known as " the Flat," and points out that in several of the cases thit oime before the Courts lately the delinquents hailed from districts beyond the South Dunedin municipal bounds. He goes on to remark : " I can safely Bay a hotter ckss of cltizms are not to be found In or about Dunedin than rosido In South Dunedin." The complaint is a reasonable 000, and we feel suro that if a request were mado to the police authorities to discriminate tho localities from whence the caseß arc drawn it would be at once complied with.
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To Correspondents., Evening Star, Issue 7917, 27 May 1889
To Correspondents. Evening Star, Issue 7917, 27 May 1889
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