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DRAINAGE IN MORNINGTON.

TO THE EDITOR, Sir,— Allow me space to draw the attention of those interested to the very bad state of the drains in Hawthorne avenue, Mornington. Owing to their not having been cleaned in any way during the warm weather we have been experiencing of late, the drain water has become stagnant and causes a most disagreeable smell, which I really think, for the sake of those resident in that quarter of the borough, should be remedied at once, seeing that we have such diseases in our midst as typhoid fever and diphtheria.—l am, etc., Health. Mornington, July 29.

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DRAINAGE IN MORNINGTON., Issue 7975, 2 August 1889

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DRAINAGE IN MORNINGTON. Issue 7975, 2 August 1889

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