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THE DUNEDIN EXHIBITION. MELBOURNE, June 28, (Received June 20, 1880, at 10 a.m.)
The following have been appointed to act as the Victorian Commissioners at the Dunedin Exhibition Messrs Langridge, M.P. (chairman), Turner (president of the Chamber of Commerce), Jacobs (president of the Chamber of Manufacturers), Barrett (president of the Trades and Labor Council), Aldermen Stewart and Meakin, The Government will devote L 4,000 to the expenses of tnc Commission,
TO BE RECOVERED. MELBOURNE, June 28. The underwriters have determined to raise the ship Cape Verde.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN POLITICS. ADELAIDE, June 28.
The new Ministry have been subjected to an unusual amount of adverse criticism. The House has adjourned till July 1G to allow them to formulate a policy.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7945, 28 June 1889
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