Sew South Wales advises the Executive that 5,000 ft will be required for the armament oourt. Mr John Mouat (solictor), hon. secretary to the Mining Committee, has received the following communication from Mr Pyke, M.H.R.:—" The following clause has been passed by both Houses on the Governor's Message at my suggestion in the New Zealand and South Seas Exhibition Bill t ' The council of any borough or county may apply any portion of the borough or county funds respectively towards defraying the cost of exhibiting anyarticlea they may deaire to send as their own exhibits to the Exhibition mentioned in this Act. Such cost may include all expenses of transport of articles to and from the eaid Exhihltion, the payment of rent for space occupied by such articles therein, and the cost of the oare of suoh articles during the whole period of the Exhibition'" The shields and bunting for the decora'don of the interior of the building have arrived frorr, London per Coptic. The nat'oaal banners of almost every nation are included, while the' shields are plain but attractive in design.
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EXHIBITION NOTES., Evening Star, Issue 8001, 2 September 1889
EXHIBITION NOTES. Evening Star, Issue 8001, 2 September 1889
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