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THE TRIANGLE VOTE.

TO THE EDITOR.

Sin, —Will you favor mo by correcting an error in your City Council report, wliich states; “Cr Kimbell regretted that the poll had been taken so hurriedly. The words ‘ reserve purposes ’ led to tho belief that the action of the Council in wishing to alienate tho reserve was a mercenary one.” What I said was: “ That the insertion of the word revenue (not reserve) in the advertisement convening the public meeting led to the belief that the objects of the Council were mercenary, whilst the resolution passed by the Council did not warrant such belief.” —I am, etc,, A. C. Kiahsell. Dunedin, June 14.

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THE TRIANGLE VOTE., Issue 7933, 14 June 1889

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THE TRIANGLE VOTE. Issue 7933, 14 June 1889

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