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TO THE EDITOB. Sib,— Tuesday, November 26, will be a red-letter day in the history of Otago, being the opening of the Exhibition. Visitors will be here from all parts oi Otago, the neighboring provinces, and from various parte of the world. I would suggest to the Exhibition Commissioners the desirability of having the streets barricaded and closed daring the hours the procession passes along; the volunteers to line the streets! and the various bands in and around Dunedin to take part in the procession. The Hussars, Permanent Artillery, soldiers and seamen of H.M. ships to line tho approaches to the Exhibition, and tho band of the flagship to assist at tho opening ceremony.—l am, etc., Constant Reader. Dunedin, October 21.

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THE EXHIBITION OPENING., Issue 8043, 21 October 1889

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THE EXHIBITION OPENING. Issue 8043, 21 October 1889

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