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Since Mr De Maus, the Exhibition photographer, has opened his studio, some few of the season ticket-holders have paid him a visit to have the portrait taken which, according to the regulation, must be pasted on every admission card. All members of the choir are earnestly requested to avail themselves of Mr De Mans's attendance daily from twelve noon, as the demand is likely to be large as the time for distributing the tickets draws near. In order to occupy his leisure time, the photographer has prepared some very artistic and appropriate souvenir cards, cabinet size, which will prove most acceptable as Christmas cards for the ensuing season, the centre picture being a local view or lake scene, with medallions showing a well executed view of the New Zealand Exhibition building, Maori life, etc.

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EXHIBITION NOTES., Issue 7975, 2 August 1889

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EXHIBITION NOTES. Issue 7975, 2 August 1889

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