PARSIMONY V. ECONOMY.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—lftimepermit,willyoukindly"point tho moral" in A. W. Horsbrugh's letter in last night's issue. My mental vision is perhaps somewhat obscured, but the aid of other people's lenses has been invoked, and yet the same reply "It is all dark." The writer may be a star of the first water, a > ery Pigott in his way ; but for any sake, when he condescends to illume a community on any topic let him be explicit, and leave nothing to inference.—l am, etc., ZefJIO. Dunedin, May 28. TO THE EDITOR, Sir,—l have, with several other friende, read in your issue of yesterday a letter signed "A. W. florsbrugh "; but for the life of me I cannot understand the meaning of that gentleman's effusion, nor can anyone to whom I have shown it. Perhaps Mr Horsbrugh would condescend to enlighten us, by explaining what he really does mean by his allusions to M'lntosh, M'lndoo, and others.—l am, etc., John Gracie. Dunedin, May 28.
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PARSIMONY V. ECONOMY., Evening Star, Issue 7919, 29 May 1889
PARSIMONY V. ECONOMY. Evening Star, Issue 7919, 29 May 1889
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