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BRISBANE EXHIBITION.

NEW ZEALAND TO THE FORE,

_■ WELLINGTON, September 23. Mr Meadow, who represented New Zealand at the Brisbane Exhibition, says it was not a financial success, only 320,000 visitors paying. He found that the bulk of the agricultural machinery was of New Zealand make, and more adapted to the work than the Eoghsh or American. In every class the New Zealand exhibitors came out on ton of the prize list.

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BRISBANE EXHIBITION., Issue 10427, 23 September 1897

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BRISBANE EXHIBITION. Issue 10427, 23 September 1897

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