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UNKNOWN EXHIBITION.

«■ . [.BY ELBOTBIO TELEGRAPH— OOPVRIGHT.] [PEXt PRESS ASSOCIATION.] (Received August 1, 12.37 pm) Paris July 31. The first jury has recommended that a grand; prize be awarded the Government of New Zealand for the collection of minerals shown by it at the Exhibition, that a gold medal be awarded the Brunner Coal Company, silver medals to the Welcome, Keep-it-Dark, Kaipanga, and Caledonian Gold Mining Companies,; and the Phoenix Antimony Company, also to Mr H. A Gordon, Government^ Inspector of Mines ; bronze medals— i Waitaki, United Alpine, Champion, Saxon and Fiery Cross Companies ; honorablo mention « William Tell, Rev« ben Parr, and United Companies, Mr T. Morrin and Professor Black. It is expected that the grand prize* for wine will go to the Government of Victoria.

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UNKNOWN EXHIBITION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2188, 1 August 1889

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