CAUTION TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC.
to the editor. Sir, —Myself and friend, wishing to go to St. Clair yesterday afternoon, walked to Manse street, takiug one of Cobb's cars. On arriving at the Kerosene Bond fares were demanded, and Cobb's tickets tendered and refused, 3d each being demanded instead, which of course was refused, and we alighted disgusted. When are tickets legal tender on these cars ? Our trams only charge 2d on tickets being presented.—lam, etc., Constant Travellrr. Dunedin, September IG.
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CAUTION TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC., Evening Star, Issue 8014, 17 September 1889
CAUTION TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. Evening Star, Issue 8014, 17 September 1889
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