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EXHIBITION NOTES.

Professor Sidney Dickinson, who has been employed by the New Zealand Government and the Union Steam Ship Company conjointly to lecture on New Zealand, with a view of attracting tourists to the New Zealand ami South Seas Exhibition, is a passenger to Hobart by the Arawa. Writing from London on June 12, he advises that he has secured a magnificent series of stercopiie views of New Zealand, and that these views have been mounted and colored by J. Levy and Co., of Paris, under Mr Dickinson’s personal supervision. Those who were privileged to attend the lectures given by Mr Dickinson during his recent visit to New Zealand will know that the series which he now proposes to give will prove most attractive.

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EXHIBITION NOTES., Issue 7971, 29 July 1889

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EXHIBITION NOTES. Issue 7971, 29 July 1889

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