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AUSTRALIAN.

(Per Reuters Agency.) Exhibition Awards. Melbourne, Yesterday. The following additional Exhibition awards (for liqueurs) were announced to-day :—First order of merit—W. Lane and Co., Dunedin, for curacoa; J. D. Feraud, Clyde, for peppermint ; J. D. Feraud, Clyde, and Thomson and Co., Dunedin, for raspberry ; J. D. Feraud, Clyde, and W. J. Moffett, Invercargill, for cloves; Thomson and Co., Dunedin, for ginger wine ; IV. J. Moffett, Invercargill, for ginger brandy. Second order of merit—J. Gomery, Bulls, Rangitikei, W, Lane and Co., Dunedin, W. J. Moffett, Invercargill, and Thomson and Co., Dunedin, for raspberry syrup ; J. D. Feraud, Clyde, for clover; W. Lane and Co., Dunedin, for maraschino ; J. D. Feraud, Clyde, for anisetta and for ginger wine ; \V. Lane and Co., Dunedin, and W. J. Moffett, Invercargill, for ginger wine; W. J. Moffett, Invercargill, and Thomson and Co., Dunedin, for cherry brandy ; W. Lane and Co. and Thomson and Co,, Dunedin, and W. J. Moffett, Invercargill, for bitters. Shutting out Johnny. The Age to-day states that the Government intend to support a Bill which will shortly be introduced in Parliament to exclude Chinese from voting at elections. The New Ireland Settlement. Sydney, March 23. The steamer City of Melbourne has arrived here from Noumea, and reports that the steamer India has arrived from New Ireland with 300 of the Marquis Dc Rays’ immigrants. Their provisions and water were exhausted, and seven had died on the passage, and four after arrival at Noumea. They report that the colony at New Ireland is virtually abandoned. The immigrants of the India refuse to land at Noumea, fearing fresh deception, and demand conveyance to Barcelona. They are entirely dependent for the common necessaries of life on the benevolence of the New Caledonian authorities. The Reform Bill. "Melbourne, To-day.

In the Legislative Assembly last night the Reform Bill was read a third time on a division of 48 to 27, an amendment moved by Mr Gaunson that the Legislative Council should be elected in 1883 was previously accepted by the House, but the motion by Sir Bryan O’Lauchlin to refer the Bill to a Select Committee, was ruled out of order.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 301, 24 March 1881

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 301, 24 March 1881

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