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GENERAL EDWARDS'S VISIT.

General Edwards will arrive by to-night's express from the North, accompanied by the Hon. T. Fergus and Colonel Hume. The inspection of the Hussars will be made tomorrow afternoon, and on Saturday the volunteer force will be inspected. The men will parade at the Garrison Hall at 2 p.m., and will probably be marched out to the vicinity of Tahuna Park, where the inspection will be made. It is expected that there will bo from 800 to 900 men on parade. About 200 voluntcors and about 100 cadets will arrive by the cloven o'clock train from tho South on Saturday for inspection by General Edwards. Tho cadets will be inspected at noon, and will return by the 4.20 train. The adult corps will return by a apecial train leaving town about ten o'clock.

Major Gordon's class meets again to-night at 7.45, for instruction in attack formations. Officer;) are requested to bring their swords.

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GENERAL EDWARDS'S VISIT., Issue 8046, 24 October 1889

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GENERAL EDWARDS'S VISIT. Issue 8046, 24 October 1889

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