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THE IRISH DELEGATES.

AUCKLAND, September 16.

Mr Dillon has written to the local Eeoeption Committee that he will leave Sydney by the American mail steamer on October 30, and that he will speak at Auckland on Wednesday, November 6th, Napier the Uth, Wanganui the 13tb, Wellington the 15th, Christchurch the 20th, Timaru the 21st, Oamaru the 23rd, and Dunedin the 20th.

We understand that the Dunedin fleception Committee have suggested to Mr Dillon an alteration of his programme, and as it iB most probable that he will visit the West Coast before coming South, his arrival in Dunedin will most likely be a fortnight later than given above.

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THE IRISH DELEGATES., Issue 8013, 16 September 1889

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THE IRISH DELEGATES. Issue 8013, 16 September 1889

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