TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—l would call the attention of the mayor, City councillors, Exhibition Commissioners, and Reserves Society to the disgraceful condition of the Triangle. The place is one maßs of old irou, fish tins, match boxes, kerosene tins, hoop iron, stra-.v, street sweepings, dead cats, old papers, and other interesting articles too numerous to mention.
Visitors to the Exhibition will shortly be arriving, and what will they think of us when they see the disgraceful condition of our front premises ? I hope this reserve will be cleaned up at once, and made to look a little respectable.—l am, etc., COLMAN BtTBKE. Dunedin, November 2.
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THE TRIANGLE., Evening Star, Issue 8054, 2 November 1889
THE TRIANGLE. Evening Star, Issue 8054, 2 November 1889
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