THE TOWN CLOCK.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— I noticed in last nigb'J's issue of your paper a letter signed '-♦ J.W.," complaining about the erratic movements of our town clock. This clock, I understand, is reckoned one of the best this aide of the Line, and 1 believe the City paid a big price for it. Now, there must be something seriously wrong with it when the present! contractor, with all hia practical experience, cannot' manage to keep it in ordar. The bad performance of this clock must be a souree of anxiety to the contractor, and I think it would be charitable on the park of the City Council to assist him to overtake his work bylevying the special ratey as suggested by "J.W.,** - to meet the expense of an assistaa*.—l am, etc., Sympathiser,. Bnnedip, September 20.
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THE TOWN CLOCK., Evening Star, Issue 8018, 21 September 1889
THE TOWN CLOCK. Evening Star, Issue 8018, 21 September 1889
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