THE TRAM SERVICES.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—"Fairplay," in a letter under the above heading, were very much annoyed because the Tram Company are only charging Is, instead of 2s 6>l, for one dozen packets of ticket?. "Fairplay," if a resident on the Flat and a bona fide traveller upon the Beach road, should feel thankful. The public on that road is being well treated and well served. Does " Fairplay " think the packet of tickets to the Beach, CaverBham, or the Leith is going to pay or last for any length of time? If he does, he is greatly mistaken. "Fairplay" can rest assured that Cobb and Co.'a palace cars will never be seen running upon the Ocean Beach road, as it now takes all their time to only half run to the Water of Leith and Caversham, and it will take a long time at halfpenny fares to get the additional plant that would be required.—l am, etc., Dunedin. Dunedin, August 29.
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THE TRAM SERVICES., Evening Star, Issue 8000, 31 August 1889, Supplement
THE TRAM SERVICES. Evening Star, Issue 8000, 31 August 1889, Supplement
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