TO TUB EDITOR. Sir,— No doubt you are aware that some 500 children are practising a few pieces for the coming Exhibition. Can you, or any of your readers, inform me if it is the intention of the management to allow the parents of these children to witness one of the performances either free or at a small cost, as there may be many like your humble servant who would like to listen to his children, bat will be precluded from doing so unless the price of admission is made small enough to enable parents like myself, in humble positions, to do so ?—I am, etc., A Parent. Dunedin, September 23,
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EXHIBITION ENTERTAINMENTS., Evening Star, Issue 8022, 26 September 1889
EXHIBITION ENTERTAINMENTS. Evening Star, Issue 8022, 26 September 1889
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