The Australian Squadron will visit Dunedin in December. Mr Joubert is also hopeful that two French war-vessels will put in an appearance—one from New Caledonia and one from Tahiti. The Hen. Captain Fraser has donated LlO to the Exhibition fund. The following additional applications for shares have been received through the Canvassing Committee: Smellie Bros., 10; C. T. Paterson, 2; J. Reid and Sons, 20; Remshardt and Co., 5; Anderson and Morrison, 10; H. J. Ainger, 5; Rev. W. Ronaldson, 6; Howden and Moncrieff, 5; T. R. Fisher, 10; A. W. Macarthur, 5; J. and J. Arthur, 10 ; N. Dodgshun, 5 ; F. Smith and Co., 5; Collie and Pullen, 5; Cole and Springer, 2. A donation of LI has been received from " E.S."
The tender of M'Leod and Shaw for the erection of four octagons(L2l3 10s) has been accepted. The share Hat and guarantee fund now tot up L 14.776.
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EXHIBITION NOTES., Evening Star, Issue 7919, 29 May 1889
EXHIBITION NOTES. Evening Star, Issue 7919, 29 May 1889
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