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To Correspondents.

Mill.”— Roslyn is the larger; Roslyn has 368 employes, Kaiapoi 218, Mosgiel 245, Petone 152, Oamaru 95. Timaru 94, Auckland 82, Kaikorai branch of Mosgiel 33. “Protection” complains of the annoyance and worse to respectable women caused by an book vendor, whose behaviour should subject him to a horsewhipping if he wore met by any of the women's men folk. Perhaps he wifi take the hint and rid the City of his presence, else he will assuredly find himself - in the hands of the police.

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To Correspondents., Issue 10475, 19 November 1897

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To Correspondents. Issue 10475, 19 November 1897

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