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THE POST OFFICE SEAT.

TO THE KDITOJV Sir, —T quite agroo % " ! ' 1 n two or three occr.-.iuns I ha-vo hn<l to sisrd for 10 minutes waiting for the car, with a sleeping child in my arms, tho_ swt boinc; crammed full of (he approprinto'r named " born tn>ods," who sit tlioro niio'ciiiL: and passing remarks about, ilw passern-by. With record to th<> "Whito Feather," I think the lapel of their mats would be a good place for it.—l am. efc, Tired Mother. December 9.

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THE POST OFFICE SEAT., Evening Star, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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THE POST OFFICE SEAT. Evening Star, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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