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High Buildings

One of the misfortunes which an Editor has to face is that of being disappointed (to use the milder word) by a contributor at the moment of going to press. Such a disappointment must form the excuse for some tall comment upon high buildings, notes concerning which should have appeared here under another and very much more distinguished name. One may be pardoned then for the suggestion that the contributor-proper should be hurled from the summit of one of the erections in question; though being an optimist he would probably exclaim on falling past my window, "All well so far." Capt. M. G. Kiddy

Author(s): Kiddy, M G