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EXHIBITION NOTES.

The following gentlemen have signified their intention of being present at the opening ceremony Judge Broad, Messrs R. H. J. Reeves, M.H.R., W. N. Blair (Engineer-in-Chief), Major T. W. Porter, T. Duncan, M.H.R., Mayor of Kaiapoi, Mayor of Christchurch, Mayor of Temuka, D. Lemon (Commissioner of Telegraphs), Professor Ulrich, E. Blake, M.H.R., Mayor of Palmerston North, Mayor of Wanganui, Chairman of Whangarei County Council, Hon. E. C. J. Stevens, Mayor of Roxburgh, Mayor of Avenal, Chairman of Glutha County Council, Sir G. Maurice O’Rorke (Speaker of the House of Representatives), Mayor of Greymouth, Chairman Maniototo County Council, Hon. R, Pharazyn, and T, Tanner, M.H.R.

The Vincent County Council have voted Ll5O towards defraying the charges incidental to having the county represented at the Exhibition. The chairman was em powered to arrange with a photographer to take pictures of the chief works of interest in the county, such at the bridges, towns, mining claims, etc. A general discussion ensued, during which it was elicited that the exhibits would be of a varied and interesting character, and would include models of mining plants, claims, specimens of various minerals and metals, grain in sheaf and bulk, wools of various classes (scoured and in the grease), and during the season fruits of various sorts. As a whole, it was thought the county would be able to make a very good and creditable appearance. It is understood that passengers by the railways visiting the Exhibition will be carried for single fares, available for return for a month, with liberty to break the journey anywhere at pleasure.

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EXHIBITION NOTES., Issue 8025, 30 September 1889

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EXHIBITION NOTES. Issue 8025, 30 September 1889

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