Mr George Greenfield has prepared for the New Zealand Exhibition a case of artificial minnows, etc., for trout fishing. The execution of the work is first-class, and the varieties are skilfully brought out by the use of different kinds of material. To fishermen tho exhibit will be one of special interest as a local production, but there is also the fact that the artificial fish are true and life-like, for amongst those who have used Mr Greenfield's productions there is much satisfaction.
The French Admiral wires the Colonial Secretary that time will not permit of his remaining for the Exhibition. We hear that during the Mararoa's stay in Melbourne an excursion will be made round Port Phillip harbor, and luncheon given to representative men from the Australian colonies who intend payin Dunedin a visit during the Exhibition period. Mr D. Mills left for Melbourne to-day to represent the Union Company.
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EXHIBITION NOTES., Evening Star, Issue 8058, 7 November 1889
EXHIBITION NOTES. Evening Star, Issue 8058, 7 November 1889
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