TO THH EDITOE. Sir,—lf tho amount of water now running from the loak in the reservoir in its low stato was measured it would almost double tho figures quoted by Mr Clifford. I notico tho water coming through is a thick clay-color, which indicates something wrong in tho embankment. Will the councillors still persist in being led by engineers who are probably reluctant to hamper the Council to any great extent just now ? One engineer, of considerable expeiienco, ventured to give an unbiassed opinion, which was cntiroly ignored, owing to him boing advorso to tho engineer's statement employed by the Council. The residents in the immediate locality aro alive to tho fact that a disastrous calamity may ensue one of these days. Surely the Johnstown disaster ought to be a note of warning.—l am, etc., W.D.G, Woodhaugh, June 17.
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THE RESERVOIR., Evening Star, Issue 7936, 18 June 1889
THE RESERVOIR. Evening Star, Issue 7936, 18 June 1889
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