THOSE SMELLS AGAIN.
TO THE EDITOR.
Sik, —The sanitary condition o! Dunedin does not appear to trouble our medical men, if we may judge by the present state of High street, in this street dwell six doctors, and for abominable stenches I will back that street against any other foul district in Dunedin. There it is ever present to their nostrils—a standing disgrace to the Corporation and their inspector of nuisances—and calculated to bring out in its worst form typhoid or other malignant fever. Can nothing be done to effect its removal ?—I am. etc., Viator, Dunedin, October 8.
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THOSE SMELLS AGAIN., Evening Star, Issue 8032, 8 October 1889
THOSE SMELLS AGAIN. Evening Star, Issue 8032, 8 October 1889
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