TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—Your correspondent, Mr Gracie, seems to infer that there was something personal in my last letter. I can assure him such is not the case, as the story was—as it professed to be—a fiction, As there appears to be a doubt as to the moral, I may add that my effort was to show that it pays not to be niggardly. It is the old story of losing the ship for want of a pennyworth of far. —I am, etc., A, W. HORSBKLT.iI. Dunedin, May 30.
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AN EXPLANATION., Evening Star, Issue 7920, 30 May 1889
AN EXPLANATION. Evening Star, Issue 7920, 30 May 1889
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