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To TBE EDITOB OF TBS BÜLIKJTN.
°IB,-The Government now derive a large bene- fit from the gold-fields, and it is no more than fair that a considerable portion of thia revenue ehould be expended far the comfort, convenience,
I and protection ol tue diggers.
The Ridgelands is DOW the most populous gold-field in tho colon;, and yet there is na post office established here, which ia felt a» s very great inconvenience.
A petition is being sent to the Postmaster. General, praying that a post-office ma; be es- tablished here, and I trust that you «ill support prayer of said petition.
I sm, sir, your obedient serrant,
RIDJEIjiNDKR. Ridgelands, October 6, 1867.