THE STATE OF THE STREETS.
TO THE EDITOR. S;u,—Now that tho bad weather is upon us the muddy state of various thoroughfares proves exceedingly unpleasant to pedestrians. The approaches (from Rattray street) to the Dowling street cutting are in a very soft condition, and only require a few loads of gravel to make them fit for traffic. I feel sure the attention of His Worship the Mayor has only to he called to the matter to ensure a prompt remedy.—l am, etc., Dheixie. Dunedin, June 22.
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THE STATE OF THE STREETS., Evening Star, Issue 7942, 25 June 1889
THE STATE OF THE STREETS. Evening Star, Issue 7942, 25 June 1889
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