TO THE EDITOB. Sir,— l hope the citizens will not be cajoled into parting with the Triangle Reserve. It was obtained for the City through the influence of Sir Robert Stout when Premier, to bo laid out as pleasure gardens for the use of the public and to beautify the City. For this valuable concession a benevolent syndicate most liberally offers about oneeighth of its value. There are plenty of other sites for markets, baths, and public library without taking up a reserve that was secured by the Into Premier for another purpose. Hoping that the people of Dunedin will not ollow this valuable site to be given over to any syndicate to be diverted from what it was originally intended for—l am, etc., Amenity. Dunedin, May 29.
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THE TRIANGLE., Evening Star, Issue 7920, 30 May 1889
THE TRIANGLE. Evening Star, Issue 7920, 30 May 1889
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