TO THE EDITOR. Sib,—Wcro the young men who lifted the gate, tore down the posts, and deposited them on a verandah some 500 yds away, between ono and two o'clock on Sunday morning last, found out and punished it would serve them right. Ono wonders if it were the same gentlemanly (sicJ four whom the police caught red-handed a short time since in a state of drunkenness bombarding with stones tho house of a worthy citizen, and who, by some unexplainable means, after being conveyed to the lock-up, escaped the usual penalty of appearing in Court and having their names made public. Had they been the ordinary gutter young men, no doubt less leniency would have been shown them.—lam, etc.,
Anti-Hoodltimism. Dunedin, September 3.
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HOODLUMISM., Evening Star, Issue 8006, 7 September 1889, Supplement
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