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THE TRIANGLE.

The result of the voting on the question submitted to the Dunedin burgesses, as to whether it is or is not desirable to utilise the Triangle for a market and for other public purposes, is as follows : For tho proposal ... ... 474 Against ... ... ... 731 Majority against ... ... 2D7 There were twenty-four informal votes. The town clerk sent out 2,221 papers, of which 1,229 were returned in time. A few papers came to hand this morning, too late to be included in the count.

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THE TRIANGLE., Issue 7931, 12 June 1889

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THE TRIANGLE. Issue 7931, 12 June 1889

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