LARRIKINISM IN ARTHUR STREET.
TO THK EDITOR. Sir, I would like to draw attention to the larrikins in Arthur street. Their language is most disgusting, and is exceedingly annoying to passers-by. Not content with using foul language, they must insult little children passing along this street. Surely the police can do something to prevent these larrikins roaming about. As soon as it gets dark bauds of them may be seen shouting and yelling. If the police visit this neighborhood a little oftener a lot of good will result, for if larrikinism is not
checked in this neighborhood, it will very soon be as bad as the Flat. Hoping this will catch the eye of the police—l am, etc., A Resident. Dunedin, 10th June.
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LARRIKINISM IN ARTHUR STREET., Evening Star, Issue 7930, 11 June 1889
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