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A TIMELY CAUTION.

TO THE EDITOR, Sir,— Subscribers to the ‘Picturesque Atlas of Australasia ’ in Dunedin and neighborhood are now being waited upon with the last two parts of that publication, These parts are said to complete the work. This they do, so far as the forty-two parts promised are concerned; but these do not contain either the title-page or the index, without which it cannot be said that the work is complete. I was to day waited upon with these two parts, but declined to take delivery of them until they were completed by the addition of the title-page and index. If other subscribers adopt this attitude the publishers will require to furnish these “ missing links,” and complete their part of this undertaking.—l am, etc., SUBSCRIBER. Dunedin, October 11.

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A TIMELY CAUTION., Issue 8035, 11 October 1889

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A TIMELY CAUTION. Issue 8035, 11 October 1889

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