TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—After reading Mr Baxter's letter in last night's Star I felt surprised that he should make such a statement—that the coming Dunedin Exhibition is to be a very small affair. It would, I think, be a pity to let an impression get abroad that we ourselves thought the Exhibition to be a small one; and as one who has seen both the Fisheries and Colinderies, I must say that in my opinion, so far as the size of the building, and considering the relative population of the two places, the Dunedin Exhibition will compare more than fayorably with either of the two above-named. As to Mr Baxter's suggestion, I leave that to the powers that be.—lam, etc,, Otago. Dunedin, September 14.
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THE EXHIBITION., Evening Star, Issue 8013, 16 September 1889
THE EXHIBITION. Evening Star, Issue 8013, 16 September 1889
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