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THE GOVERNOR IN CHRISTCHURCH.

' CHRISTCHUBCH, November I

The Governor arrived yesterday eveniDg. At 10 a.m. to-day the public reception took place in Cathedral square. The attendance was large. The volunteers formed a guard of honor. Addresses were delivered by the City Council and the Orange institution, in both of which special reference was made to Lord Cranley's illness and recovery. Lord Onslow said he had seen enough to show him that the mining population of the West Coast and the agricultural population of this side would benefit by interchanging products through the Midland _ Railway. He was particularly interested in Canterbury, because his father was a school fellow and friend of the late John Robert Godley. _^_________ — _

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THE GOVERNOR IN CHRISTCHURCH., Evening Star, Issue 8053, 1 November 1889

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THE GOVERNOR IN CHRISTCHURCH. Evening Star, Issue 8053, 1 November 1889

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