TO THE EDITOB.
Sib, —Can you inform your readers as to what is being done in reference to improving the above dreary waste ? I thought ere this that the fountain we have heard so much about would have been in course of erection. It is to be hoped something will be done before Exhibition time.
I would draw the City Council's attention to tho disgraceful state of the crossings, principally the one in Princes street at the junction of Dowling street, by Marshall's, chemist. In a sleepy, one-horse place like Dunedin these matters have to be continually brought under notice in the Press, otherwise they would remain in their chronic, disreputable state till the millennium. —I am, etc, A Ratepayer. Dunedin, October 22.
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THAT TRIANGLE., Evening Star, Issue 8046, 24 October 1889
THAT TRIANGLE. Evening Star, Issue 8046, 24 October 1889
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