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TO THE EDITOR, Sir,—An article with tho above heading appeared in your issue of Wednesday last, evidently written, as, indeed, you admit, under a misapprehension. As the whole tone of the paragraph is liable to mislead, I have now to ask you to allow me to state that the Dunedin Brokers’ Association has been in existence for some years, and has met under the name of the Dunedin Stock Exchange since last October, in the Australian Mutual Provident Buildings. It is generally supposed to embrace the leading brokers of Dunedin, and publishes lists of prices. I fail to see what greater security a new exchange can give to the public! or the bona fides of its members than the one already in existence,—l am, etc,, E. E. C. Quick, Chairman of the Committee of the Dunedin Stock Exchange, Dunedin, October 5.

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THE DUNEDIN STOCK EXCHANGE., Issue 8030, 5 October 1889

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THE DUNEDIN STOCK EXCHANGE. Issue 8030, 5 October 1889

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