The valuable Anglo-Australian collection of oil paintings which were intended for the Melbourne Exhibition, but which arrived too late, and have since been exhibited in the Sydney Fine Arts Gallery, have been secured for the Dunedin Exhibition. They are admittedly tho finest paintingß that have been Been in the Southern Hemisphere, and include two works by Sir Frederick Leighton and two by Watts. The Union Steam Ship Company have agreed to convey, free of cost, with the mail matter from America, packages not of a bulky nature intended for tho Education and Science court.
The Lake Wakatipu Steam Shipping Company have applied for thirty shares ; William Hendley for five shares. The following additions have been made to the fuarantee fund : —Mr J. T. Roughton, LlO ; lr G. S. Brodrick, LlO.
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EXHIBITION NOTES., Evening Star, Issue 7913, 22 May 1889
EXHIBITION NOTES. Evening Star, Issue 7913, 22 May 1889
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