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WHO IS TO BLAME?

TO THE EDITOR. Sir, —There is surely something wrong in the state of Denmark when young children are returning from the choral and floral practice by the twenty minutes to ten car from Manse street, as last night. It is only surpassed by mothers of large young families leaving their babes and husbands a couple of nights a week for months in succession for a similar object. If the objeot were only more serious parents and husbands would raise an outcry against such things as extremely reprehensible—perhaps they do as it is.—l am, etc.,

Fitness in all Things, Dunedin, September 19.

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WHO IS TO BLAME?, Evening Star, Issue 8017, 20 September 1889

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WHO IS TO BLAME? Evening Star, Issue 8017, 20 September 1889

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