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❖ (13r Telegraph.) Wellington, Feb. 10. The following is a list of awards to Now Zealand exhibitors in agricultural products at the Sydney Exhibition : Wheat—lst prize, Peter M £ Giil, Tokomairiro ; 2nd, Loan and Mercantile Agency, Oamarn : 3rd, P. Cunningham and Co., Christchurch; 4th, Holdaway Bros., Richmond, Nelson. Oats (Tartarian variety) —2nd prize, J. and T. Meek, Oamaru, Otago ; 3rd, E. H. Banks, Christchurch. Oats (short black Tartarian variety)— Ist prize, J. and T. Meek, Oamaru, Otago. Oats (Danish variety)—2nd prize, «. and T. Meek, Oamaru. Oars (long Tartarian variety)—3rd prize, Royse, Stead, and Co., Dunedin. Barley—lst prize, Harley and Son, Nelson. Barley (malting)—2nd prize, P. Cnnni igham and Co., Christchurch ; 4th, Loan and Mercantile Agency, Oamaru. Grass seed (general collection)—lst prize, J. Dranslield, Wellington ; 2nd, Duncan and Son, Christchurch ; 3rd, P. Cunningham and Co., Christchurch. Grass seed (rye grass)—2nd prize, C. Haynes, Palmerston, Otago ; 3rd, Captain W. Russell, Kakamea, Napier. Hops—lst prize, Richard Andrew, Waimea, Nelson ; 3rd, T. H. Harley, Nelson. Malt -3rd prize, Simnan and Co., Invercargill. Bacon—lst prize, M“Donald and Miller, Green Island, Otago. Hams—2nd prize, E Shecdy, Dunedin. Fish—lst prize, O. Blake and Son, Picton. The judges report that the New Zealand exhibits excel in oats and malting barley.

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NEW ZEALAND AT THE EXHIBITION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 62, 17 February 1880

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NEW ZEALAND AT THE EXHIBITION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 62, 17 February 1880

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