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THE TRIANGLE VOTE.

TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—Your statement last night, that, “ had the true issue been placed before the ratepayers with as much distinctness as it should have been at last night’s meeting, tho result of to-day's so-called plebiscite would have been equally emphatic, though possibly different,” may be correct. But will you kindly state for the enlightenment of the citizens what in your opinion would have been a “ true issue.” As a citizen I have given my opinion. Will you favor me with yours ?—I am, etc,, A. C. Kimbeix, Dunedin, June 12. [Wo cannot help Or Kimbell’s obtuseness. Wo have expressed our opinion more than once that if the ratepayers had been asked simply “Do yon favor the utilisation of tho Triangle as a market to be controlled and managed by the City Council?” the verdict would have been different to what it has been under the so-called plebiscite.-** Ed. E.S.],

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THE TRIANGLE VOTE., Issue 7931, 12 June 1889

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THE TRIANGLE VOTE. Issue 7931, 12 June 1889

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