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A SENSIBLE SUGGESTION.

TO TniS EDITOR. 1 Sir, —To prevent a repetition of ln*t I election night, I think it should be made a strict rule that no vehicles be allowed - to drive through the crowds collected <:t the various places where the recorded votes are to be seen. | Surely there are enough streets in Dun- I edin without choosing to drive through these particular ones on such an occasion - when all i 3 noise and jostling, causing the horses to plunge and rear; thus greatly j k annoying the public and putting them in | a very unsafe position.—l ain,*e(c., j Disgusted. i December 0. ;

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A SENSIBLE SUGGESTION., Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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A SENSIBLE SUGGESTION. Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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