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| TO THE EDITOR. ,1 Sir, — Don't you think that the Art (ial-_ ( lerv down by'the railway station should* he "kept open'until o n.rn. during the sum- « i'i -.u. A W Vcai- cVwvvivc \vo-~- ;x ' \ person inievesUd having a UummgU look? I Also, 1 may add that Dunedin, like most places in Xew Zealand, is made hideous by the continual screech and noise of railway trains crossing to and fro and getting signals, although the bells are kepi ringing and a man stands with hi-- flag at ] the crossings. I’cople living at Morning- ! ton and St. Clair don't want to know if a train has just left or arrived at the station. The "signal'’ porter is the one the whistle is for. and lie is not supposed to be deaf. —t am. etc.. Tourist. January 8.

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A SUGESTION., Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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A SUGESTION. Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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