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Sib,— ln the ‘ExhibitionNotes’ contained in your issue of the 26th inst., I observed a suggestion by “Old Identity” that steps might be taken to find the eldest nativeborn Dunedin citizen’s son and daughter of early immigrants, and to make some recognition of them at the coming Eahibition. Now if this suggestion should meet with the approval of the Exhibition authorities, and such approval is published in any future • Exhibition Notes,’ I will gladly inform the secretary where he can at any rate find the eldest native ■ born Dunedin lady citizen, and very probably the eldest-born Dunedin male citizen.—l am, etc., Native, Dunedin, September 30.

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EXHIBITION ATTRACTIONS., Issue 8026, 1 October 1889

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EXHIBITION ATTRACTIONS. Issue 8026, 1 October 1889

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