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Every once in a while we take the liberty of making a suggestion to the Cambridge Street Commissioners. This time we have no fault to find, but a telling economy to recommend. Boylston Street from Winthrop Street to the bridge is in wretched condition, so full of thank you ma'ams that even the pleasure of walking on it has been removed. We have heard that the Commissioners intend to repave the section in question when the new bridge has been completed. We hope, however, that it will not be necessary and that, instead, they will pave it before the bridge is completed, not only to suit the tens of thousands of people who will want to use it on special occasions in the fall, but to prevent any unnecessary delay in opening the bridge when it is finished. The wisdom of such action cannot be doubted for a moment; there may be some question of funds, though we think that two or three months interest is not too much to pay to avoid the inconvenience which will result if the pavement is not renewed at this time.

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