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OUR FORTIFICATIONS.

General Edwards, accompanied by the Hon. T. Fergus, Colonel Hume, Major Douglas, Mr A. D. Bell (marine engineer), Captain Anderson (chief storekeeper), Dr Coughtrey, Colonel Wales, Captain-com-mandant Goldie, Gaoler Phillips, Major Goring, and others proceeded to the Heads this forenoon for the purpose of inspecting the fortifications. The party landed at Harrington Point, inspected tho gun site there, walked up to the big guns on the hill and made an inspection of the whole of tho fortifications there. Several shots were fired from tho seven-ton gun, and after inspecting the works generally the party returned to town, reaching Dunedin at three o’clock.

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OUR FORTIFICATIONS., Issue 8049, 28 October 1889

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OUR FORTIFICATIONS. Issue 8049, 28 October 1889

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