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LORD CARRINGTON'S VIEWS ON AUSTRALIAN GOVERNORS.

Melbourne, October 1. Lord Carrington was entertained at a banquet last night, given by the President of the Legislative Council and Speaker of the Assembly. Earls Kintore and Hopetoun (Governors of South Australia and Victoria) and a brilliant company were present. 11l reply to the toast of his health, Lord Carrington .said a Colonial Governor, while loyal to the great trust reposed m him by the Queen, should also be m sympathy with Australian democratic institutions, and with the steady growth of Australian national patriotism. A Governor was not required to be merely a diplomatic func tionary, but rather a messenger of sympathy and^gocid'will.

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LORD CARRINGTON'S VIEWS ON AUSTRALIAN GOVERNORS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2532, 1 October 1890

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LORD CARRINGTON'S VIEWS ON AUSTRALIAN GOVERNORS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2532, 1 October 1890

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