EXHIBITION CALLS.-A DISCLAIMER.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—ln your Exhibition Notes some weeks back you published a letter of mine to the Exhibition Commissioners, the purport of which was that I did not intend to pay any further calls upon Exhibition shares unless compelled by distress warrant to do so, because of the Commissioners determining to go into the whisky business. Since then, upon several occasions during the past week or two, I have been informed that, notwithstanding my threat, I have paid all calls up to date. I have not, nor do I mean to until compelled. I have not paid a call since March 28; but I find, upon iuquiry at tho Exhibition office, that a call was paid on August lon my behalf. I need scarcely reiterate that I did not pay it, nor did I authorise anyone to pay it on my behalf.—l am, etc., A. C. Broad. Dunedin, September 13.
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EXHIBITION CALLS.-A DISCLAIMER., Evening Star, Issue 8013, 16 September 1889
EXHIBITION CALLS.-A DISCLAIMER. Evening Star, Issue 8013, 16 September 1889
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