£b ink iaDKon. ... Stii, —i notice with pleasure "Fair Play's" letter under the .above head, and propose that in the case of an Early Closing Association being formed, all the different retailers Ehould place a notice of attractive appearanco in their windows stating the time of closing, and requesting the public to shop early, which would alsr. be the means of letting all right-minded people know to whom they should givo their support. I may add that this notice works very well in ,the largo towns at Home, and that the Early Closing Associations are rapidly gaining ground in spite of the same kind of opposition we are getting here. —I am, etc., Kut Him on the List. Dunedin, September 3.
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SOCIAL REFORM., Evening Star, Issue 8006, 7 September 1889, Supplement
SOCIAL REFORM. Evening Star, Issue 8006, 7 September 1889, Supplement
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