THE SAVINGS BANK SURPLUS.
' TO THE EDITOR. . Sib, —Dunedin is Anxiously awaiting the decision re the surplus fund of the Bunedih Savings Bank—an amount v fairly come by : and honestly procured by honest men; who, from father to son, have arranged the' whole business in a reliable, straightforward -manner, affording an excellent example to ■ some of our legislators entrusted with public tnrids, and wia may probably be adrift in the zeal of the Government to grab" even the smallest savings of the poorest iti the country. By all means, sir, let the poor enjoy their surplus. Let the hospital be the better for it after a handsome bonus' to those who have been such faithful servants for so many years. There are libraries galore, "but the poor we have always with us."—lam, etc., Paterfamilias. • Diicedin, October 18.
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THE SAVINGS BANK SURPLUS., Evening Star, Issue 10447, 18 October 1897
THE SAVINGS BANK SURPLUS. Evening Star, Issue 10447, 18 October 1897
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