Rev. Father Lynch has applied for fire shares.
Thereisaprobability of MessrsDuncan and Fraser’s electric tramcar running in the Exhibition, an offer having been received by to day’s mail from Melbourne.
The following tenders have been accepted by the Executive : Printing Season Tickets.—Accepted: A. R. Livingston and Co,, 2|d each. Three other tenderers.
Printing Catalogues. Accepted: G. R. Smith (‘Daily Times’) and Evening Stab, L2318s 4d each per sheet of sixteen pages for 10,000 copies; 100 copies, cloth bound, Is 6d each; five presentation copies, calf bound, 12s 6d each. Seven other tenderers.
Removal and Storage of Empty Cases.— Accepted; J. Duthie and Co, Is per ton. Four other tenderers, , Lavatories, Cloak Rooms, tie.—Two tender? were received, but neither was considered satisfactory.
Photographing Privileges. Accepted: D. A. De Mans, Ll2. Two other tenderers.
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EXHIBITION NOTES., Evening Star, Issue 7912, 21 May 1889
EXHIBITION NOTES. Evening Star, Issue 7912, 21 May 1889
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