"MADE IN NEW ZEALAND."
SOME EXHIBITION AWARDS. The Minister for Industries and Commerce has received from the High Commissioner the official list of awards gained by exhibitors in the New Zealand pavilion at the Imperial International Exhibition, held last year at Shepherd's Bush, London. The list is as follows : New Zealand Government, diploma for Grand Prize, with special commendation, for collective exhibit. Grand Prize.— New Zealand Government, Department of Agriculture, for canned fruits, etc., cereals and pulse, refrigerated produce, wool fleeces; Public Works Department, New Zealand timbers; Department of Tourist and Health Resorts, deer heads and sporting trophies; Kaiapoi Woollen Manufacturing Co., Ltd., woollen manufactures ; Mosgiel Woollen Manufacturing Co., Ltd., woollen rugs; H. A. Nielson and Son, collection of kauri gum; Wellington Woollen Manufacturing Co., Ltd., woollen manufactures; Miss L. Roberts, the Imperial dresscutting system. Diploma of Honour.— New Zealand Government, Industries and Commerce, and Tourist Departments, scenic, agricultural, and other views; Department of Agriculture, apples and pears, hemp and tow, honey, hops. Diploma of Honour. — New Zealand Government, Industries and Commerce Department, kauri gum; T. E. Donne, red deer heads; Jas. Madden, hemp; Timaru Milling Co., Ltd., flour and oatmeal. Gold Medal. — New Zealand Government; Department of Agriculture, vegetables (potatoes and pumpkins), wines (Waerenga);" Labour Department, photogranhs, statistical charts, etc. ; Department of Tourist and Health Resorts, paintings, natural mineral waters, and mud from Government spas and sanatoria; B. Chambers (Te Mata), wines; Christchurch Meat Co., Ltd., bacon and hams; Colonial Sugar Refining Co., Ltd., sugar; Donaghy's Rope and Twine Co., .Ltd., rope and twine; Frimley Estate Vineyard, wines; Gear Meat Preserving Co., Ltd., preserved meats; 11. T. Hayward (Dannevirke), inlaid table tops, etc. ; S. Kirkpatrick and Co., Ltd., preserved fruits; Jas. Madden, twine and rope; H. A. Neilsen and Son, greenstone jewellery; Mrs. S. Neilsen, fancy work in human hair; Pyne and Co., dressed sheepskins and lambskins; Thomson and Co., mineral waters ; C Tilburn, dining table of New Zealand* woods; Tonkin and Co., rabbits and hares; G. Trapnell and Co., flour, semolina, and wheatmeal; H. C. Waterfield, deer heads. Silver medal. — Gisborne Sheepfarmers' Frozen Meat Co., Ltd., preserved meats; D. Kennedy (Hawkes Bay), wines; N. May (Kawa Kawa), wines ; A. M. Randall (Hawkes Bay), wines; Wanganui Meat Freezing Co., Ltd., preserved meats ; J. Williamson, violin and case ; J. Whinray, sideboard of New Zealand timbers. Special Commemorative Diploma. — New Zealand Government, Department of Mines, collection of New Zealand minerals. Commemoratiye Diploma. — New Zealand Government, Department of Tourist and Health Resorts, handbooks; Public Works Department, building stone; J. E. Butler, saddlery; T. E. Donne, Maori carvings; Ewing Phosphate Co., Ltd., mineral phosphates; Firth Pumice Co., Ltd., calcined pumice insulation; Maoriland Copper Co., Ltd., copper ore; M'ilburn Lime and Cement Co., Ltd., Portland cement; Westport Coal Co., Ltd., coal.
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"MADE IN NEW ZEALAND.", Evening Post, Volume LXXIX, Issue 17, 21 January 1910
"MADE IN NEW ZEALAND." Evening Post, Volume LXXIX, Issue 17, 21 January 1910
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