PROPOSED SECONDARY HOSPITAL
TO TBS EDITOE, Sir, —Your correspondent “ Cotmno Sense ■’Ms evidently greatly concarne over my remarks in connection wit the proposed- secondary hospital. Wil your correspondent answer this qnes tionp If the board acquire this pro perty, vhat do they intend to do witl *t? It is highly improbable that the have no definite intention. Are w< to wait until our suppositions prov erroneous or materialise? “Oommoj Sense” implies that the present oppo sition is engineered by those who. an influenced by other than purely disin terested motives. Precisely, We an all interested vitally, hence our in terference. Although we are not al as altruistic as “Common Sense,” a least we have nothing to gain, hut i great deal to lose. Further, I would point out that a petition has beer unanimously signed by 150 resident within the said area protesting again* the board’s attitude, and the write can confidently state that our schoo will suffer materially, as mothers haw expressed their intention of sendinj their children to Kaikorai Instead p Wakari School, proving conohiaiyel that my statements and supposition are not altogether imaginary. FinaDj I would appeal to our city councillor* who will bo called on to deal with tin matter, and prove to “Common Sense* 1 that this grave injustice is worthy g their consideration ana support.—l"MS etc., Wakabi jR/Esebent. ; November 38.
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PROPOSED SECONDARY HOSPITAL, Evening Star, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914