Foreign News: South Sea Wembly

After months and years of preparation, the New Zealand and South Seas International exposition has been thrown open at Dunedin, "most southerly of the world's large communities." As everyone knows, Dunedin is beautifully located 15 miles from the open sea, at the head of Otago harbor, famed stamping ground of the aboriginal Maoris, who manufactured there a native pigment with which they smeared their bodies, as did the early Britons. In 1861 Dunedin was the scene of one of the mad scrambles for gold which sent so many adventurers flocking to New Zealand....

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