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LETTERS CONDENSED.

“Member of L.0.L., No. 12,” gives a denial to the statement that has been put into circulation that Mr Gourley will receive the support of the Orange lodges. There are good and sufficient reasons, which cannot be slated publicly, to render such a course absolutely impossible. “Elector” wishes to know whether Mr Sligo did not try to upset the Saturday halfholiday after it bad been working smoothly for. twelve months. “Colonial” scuds a long letter supporting the proposal to give clubs the use of the Northern Ground; and this we take to be the close of the correspondence on the subject. “ Passenger ” writes complaining of the crowding of tramcars, the neglect of ventilation, and the admission of persons charged with strong drink, and he says that some of the conductors throw the tickets at instead of handing them to passengers.

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LETTERS CONDENSED., Evening Star, Issue 10439, 7 October 1897

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LETTERS CONDENSED. Evening Star, Issue 10439, 7 October 1897

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