TO THE EDITOR
Slß,—Most of us are repairing and painting our front premises so as to help the City to look well in the eyes of the many visitors coming to see us at Exhibition time. May I ask space from you to give a hint to two or three proprietors in Bond street and Crawford street who have fronts requiring paint, or fences to repair, or windows to mend. There is also at least one very unsightly old fence in High street that wants pulling down. All of the properties I refer to belong, as it happens, to rich men.—l am, etc., Viator. Dunedin, October 25.
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BRUSHING-UP DUNEDIN., Evening Star, Issue 8048, 26 October 1889, Supplement
BRUSHING-UP DUNEDIN. Evening Star, Issue 8048, 26 October 1889, Supplement
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