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(by cable.) Melbouknb, May 16. The following awards of medals have been made to New Zealand exhibitors by the Exhibition judges : Gold medals.—A. and T. Burt, Dunedin, for gasaliers; Mosgiel Woollen Company, woollen goods ; Kitchen and Sons, Wellington, for soap and candles ; McLeod Brothers, Dunedin, soap and candles ; P. and D. Duncan, Christchurch, implements ; J. C. Moorhouse, Christchurch, artificial manure.

Silver medals.—H. C. W. Wrigg, Wellington, pen and ink drawings; Dr Hector, Wellington, geological specimens; Austin, Kirk, and Co., Christchurch, pottery ; Hokianga Saw Mill Company, iauri timber ; H. B. Liardet, Wellington, furriery ; H. Crossley and Co., Wellington, pelts; A., and T. Burt, Dunedin, / brewers' machines ; E. H. Banks arid P. Cunningham and Co., Christchurch, grain; Messrs, Young, Dalgetty, and Williams, each for scoured wool; P. McGill, Tokomairiro, oatmeal; Marshal and Copeland, Dunedin, malt; A. Moore and G 0.,; Christchurch, grain; C. A. Palmer,, Nelson, hops ; Royso, Stead, and Co., Christchurch, grain; W. Lane and Co., Dunedin, cordials ; G. Sumpter, Oamaru, " . I oats; Ffranks, Temuka, for beer; J. Speight and Co., Dunedin, ale ; Ward and Co., Christchurch, beer ; Vincent arid 1 Co., Christchurch, ale and stout; R. H. Bartlett, Auckland, photographs. Bronze medals. —W. Collie, Napier, ' photographs ; W. T. L. Travers, Wellington, photographs; W, Harnsell, • Greymouth, photographs ; Wriggles worth and Binna, Wellington, photographs; Waddle, McLeod, and Weir, Wellington, hall doors ; Captain H. Bust, Thames, kauri gum; E. Mitchelson, Dargaville, kauri gum; Oamaru Stone Company, stone ; E. H. Banks, Christchurch, grain; Robert Cleave, Invercargill, seed ; P. Cunningham and Co., Christchurch, grain ; Duncan and Son, Christchurch, ditto ; P. McGill, Tokomairiro, grain ; W. Moir, Southbrook, oatmeal; Joseph Beston, Palmerston, Otago, grass seed ; Robert Wilkin and Co., Christchurch, seed; McConnell Bros., Christchurch, bacon; J. D. Feraud, Clyde, liqueurs; Gregg and Co., Dunedin, spices; W. J. Moffatt, Invercargill, cordials ; Thomson, Dunedin, cordials ; Hargan and Co., Dunedin, ale ; Manning and Co., Christchurch, ale ; Miss Harris, Nelson, water colors of flowers; Mrs Izard, Thames, ditto ; Peter Birley, Auckland, ironwork ; Brunner Coal Com- 5 pany, coal; Coal Pit Heath Company, ■ coal; Kaitangata Coal Company, coal; Westport Company, coal. The followng exhibitors receive services of silver :—Professor Julius Yon Haast, Canterbury ; Agricultural and Pastoral ! 1 Association, and the Colonial Museum.

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MELBOURNE EXHIBTION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 346, 17 May 1881

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MELBOURNE EXHIBTION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 346, 17 May 1881

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