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  2. THE VICTORIAN COURT.

    It was natural to expect that Victoria, with its acknowledged wealth of manufacturing industries mid indigenous products, should make a display worthy of the occasion. It is rather ...

    Article : 406 words
  3. THE FRENCH COURT.

    That the French nation is represented at the Exhibition in due more to the enterprise at individual merchants and manufacturers than to the intercut manifested in the undertaking by ...

    Article : 285 words
  4. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COURT.

    A noble facade net obliquely to the north dome in the Grand Avenue of Nations announces to tho visitor that he is standing before the entrance to the South Australian ...

    Article : 447 words
  5. THE AMERICAN COURT.

    The space allotted to the United States is 50,000 square feet, and there is every prospect of that great country making a fair representative show. The American ...

    Article : 185 words
  6. THE CANADIAN COURT.

    The Dominion of Canada furnishes a small, though not least representative, collection of exhibits at the fair. The aron covered by the court in not quite 3250 feet, and there are ...

    Article : 132 words
  7. THE TASMANIAN COUNT.

    Passing through an arched trophy constructed of ingots of block tin from the celebrated Mount Bischoff mine, the visitor finds himself inside the compact little court of Tasmania. Here are ...

    Article : 186 words
  8. THE LADIES' COURT.

    One of the most interesting features of the Exhibition will he the Victorian ladies' court, which will naturally possess many attractions for the fair sex, although it cannot be regarded ...

    Article : 168 words
  9. THE GERMAN COURT.

    The amount of taste mid labor which has been expended on tho German court, and its remarkable state of forwardness as compared with others in the building, has been a frequent ...

    Article : 430 words
  10. THIS QUEENSLAND COURT.

    The Queensland court is in a very backward state, but though it covers the smallest area of tiny of the Australasian colonies it nevertheless bids fair to ho not the least interesting. The ...

    Article : 306 words
  11. MACHINERY COURTS.

    When they are completed, tho machinery courts at the Exhibition will be found to contain a display equal to any over soon at any exposition in the world. Everything is made ...

    Article : 242 words
  12. THE BRITISH COURT.

    The British court is the largest in the Exhibition after that of Victoria, occupying in nil 230,787 square feet of space. The life-size marble statues of the Queen, Prince Albert, the Prince ...

    Article : 455 words
  13. THE MINOR COURTS.

    In the division known as tho minor courts are grouped the exhibits from the 14 countries which are not officially represented. The most forward is that devoted to the ...

    Article : 877 words
  14. THE NEW ZEALAND COURT.

    A walk through the New Zealand court is a pleasure in store for the many thousands of visitors who will attend the Exhibition. It is not so much the variety and extent of the ...

    Article : 328 words
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