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TO THE BDITOB.
Sn:,—Keeping your memo, as to brevity "steadily in view," permit me to point out to our recently-appointed Railway Commissioners (and especially the Chief) the opportunity of immortalising themselves by a very small boon to the travelling public—viz., the supply of "hot-water footpans " at convenient stations. The expense would bo nominal, and tho comfort to the benumbed passengers not to be estimated, As one who has witnessed the misery undergone by passengers (both male, and especially female,) on the South line and its oranches during the past inclement weather, I subscribe myself Progress. "Dunedin, June 19. P.S.—The leading Home railway companies provido these panß without fee or reward. If the Commissioners cannot see their way to follow suit in this advanced colony, perhaps a small fee to cover expenses might be exacted. Many I know would pay for the luxury,
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BIS DAT QUI CITO DAT., Evening Star, Issue 7937, 19 June 1889
BIS DAT QUI CITO DAT. Evening Star, Issue 7937, 19 June 1889
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