RECEPTION AT SUVA.
EAGER PREPARATIONS. ALL NOW IN READINESS. MAKING LANDING SAFE. Australian and N.Z. Press Association. (Received June 4, 9.5 p.m.) SUVA, June 4. arc complete for tho expected arrival of the Southern Cross tomorrow afternoon. Trees, not only in Albert Park, but on the Victoria Parade, have been cut down. Telegraph poles and wires and the park fences have been removed. The grass lawn in the park is in perfect order, and as level as a billiard table. * The weather is fine and dry. Thirty members of the Fiji Defence Force. Club will patrol tlio grounds to-morrow. At Captain Smith's request the public will be excluded from the park. Traffic arrangements have been made to prevent possible accidents. The Mayor, Mr. Henry Marks, will greet the aviators on their arrival.
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New Zealand Herald, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXV, Issue 19964, 5 June 1928
RECEPTION AT SUVA. New Zealand Herald, Volume LXV, Issue 19964, 5 June 1928
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