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Mr W. E. Giles, who visited the Navigator and Friendly Islands in the interests of the Exhibition, has returned to Auckland.

It is intended to call for tenders in a day or two for the extra annexes which are to contain the British and foreign exhibits, and for the refreshment rooms.


[From Our Parliamentary Reporter.]


Tho following satisfactory cable, which has just been received by Sir H. Atkinson from Sir H. Park6B, Premier of New South Wales, has been placed at my disposal:— "This Government have decided to be represented at the Dunedin Exhibition, especially in minerals (which will be very fino), in woods and wine, in the flora of the colony, and in photography. What space can be afforded ?"

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EXHIBITION NOTES., Issue 7967, 24 July 1889

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EXHIBITION NOTES. Issue 7967, 24 July 1889

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