TO THE EDITOR.
Sir,— Being an admirer of scenery, I notice, with regret, that the Gardena, which we thought so beautiful, are becoming less so every day. The pretty shrubberies and nice little nooks and corners have all been destroyed, and the jungle round the Maori house (which was a natural beauty in itself) has been also wantonly destroyed ; and part of the native bush, which in a few years’ time would have become a novelty, has been cut down.—l am, etc., Lady Visitor. North-east Valley, October 8.
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THE GARDENS., Evening Star, Issue 8035, 11 October 1889
THE GARDENS. Evening Star, Issue 8035, 11 October 1889
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