TO THE EDITOR. Sr«,—l am very glad to sec that Mr Patrick is bringing this matter once more before the public notice, and I will be glad to take shares in any company which may be formed. In my opinion the slaughtering of sheep, cattle, etc., should be conducted under the strictest regulations, and I am sure the Corporation will, if tho matter is properly brought forward, do what it pan to secure the inspection and slaughtering of sheep, cattle, etc., in properly appointed and licensed abattoirs, and will pass by-laws to prevent the sale of meat that has not been so slaughtered.—l am, etc., Householder, Dunedin, June 19. P.S.—Since writing the above, I hear that a company is being formed having for its object the establishment of public abattoirs.
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PUBLIC ABATTOIRS., Evening Star, Issue 7940, 22 June 1889, Supplement
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