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Volume 28, 1895
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The President exhibited specimens of the fruit of the makomako (Aristotelia racemosa), which he thought would become an article of export from this colony. It was found of great use in colouring wines, and would probably prove superior to the Chilian species, which was largely imported into France for that purpose.