TO THE EDITOR.
Sir,— l see that Mr Hodgkins was interviewed by a reporter while up North in reference to the size, etc., of the Exhibition. For my part I consider that sufficient publicity has not been given, for during & recent trip North I was continually asked questions about the size, form, etc., of the building, and when I stated that it covered a space only about two acres short of the Melbourne one I was hardly believed. To remedy this I would suggest that a bird’s-eye view of the building should be taken and widely distributed in the North and in Victoria. At present our Northern friends have an idea that the Exhibition is abont the size of the one held in Christchurch.—l am, etc.. Shareholder. Dunedin, October 8.
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THE EXHIBITION., Evening Star, Issue 8032, 8 October 1889
THE EXHIBITION. Evening Star, Issue 8032, 8 October 1889
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