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AUSTRALIAN WINES.

The same paper, m an article, dealing with Australian wines, states that they are rapidly rising to the level of the best samples of French and German wines, It is considered that the St Hubert Vineyard will compare favorably with the French, and admits that it is only prejudice that retards its use m England. Tisbon Jane 14. The Portuguese Government has decided to give bounties upon exported wines, m order to checkmate the growing sale of Australian and American brands,.

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AUSTRALIAN WINES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2150, 17 June 1889

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