At a meeting of the Committee appointed by the Chamber of Commerce to procure Auckland exhibits for the Exhibition, it was deoided to appointed a collector of exhibits, also to establish a subscription-list for defraying the expenses of procuring and sending exhibit 3. The town is to be divided into districts and canvassed,
The following additional applications for shares have been made:—Denis Heenan, five shares ; William Brown and Co,, fifty shares.
The Gore Farmers' Club have appointed the president, vice-president, and the Messrs M'Gibbon a committee to arrange for a bay for Gore.
Our Napier correspondent wires:—" The Hawke's Bay Education Board have decided to be thoroughly represented at the Dunedin Exhibition. Specimens of all kinds of school work and drawings of the schools will bo ehown there."
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EXHIBITION NOTES., Evening Star, Issue 7937, 19 June 1889
EXHIBITION NOTES. Evening Star, Issue 7937, 19 June 1889
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