Manawatu Times, Volume XXVIII, Issue 494, 21 September 1905, Page 3
The sale of work and amateur flower -how, organised by the Ladies' Guild of All Saints' Church, proved very successful yesterday and lasJ evening. The Zealandia Hall was tastefully arranged, the tables of flowers being well set ou6 and the stalls shown to tho best advantage. Tho Refreshment Stall was in the charge of Mrs Harper and Mrs Pomr, and the Work Stall (All Saints') under the guidance of Mosdan.es Barnicoat, Hewitt, Goldingham, and Harden. The Sweeb Stall which was stocked with all kinds of home-made sweets, which found a ready sale, was presided over by Miss Randolph. Mrs P. C. Freeth was in charge of the Vegetable Stall, and Misses Bell, Owen Bell, and J. Hayward superintended tha Plant Stall. A particularly bright aud attractive stall was the SC. Peters' Work Stall. The exhibition was splendid, and tbo workers deserve great- praise. The ladies i>. chargo wero Mesdamss Hunter-Brown (who supplied much that was.valuable), Bennett, arid Klingender. Amongst the flower division'were some remarkably fine exhibits, notably the display of anemones shown by* Mr W. Park, and the pot plants and p.iuis shown by Messrs Allan and J. Strang. The takings were estimated at £70. The committee who h.td so successfully worked up the exhibition consisted of Mesdamos L. A. Abraham (secretary), Tripe, Monro, Freeth, Nannestad, Mellsop, Holmes, and Misses McLennan and Akers. PRIZE LIST. **
Plants in flower, Mrs A. Strang Ist and 2nd ; do palm, Mrs J. Strang Ist; foliage plant, Mrs A. Strang Ist, Mrs J. Strang 2 ; plant in flower, Mrs A. String' Ist and 2nd; asparagus fern, Mrs,A. Strang Ist and 2nd ; asparagus sprengiri, Mrs A. Strang Ist; ' pot fressia, Mrs A. Strang Ist; do, Mrs J. Strang 2; hanging basket*, Mrs J. Strang Ist;
Pot Plants (amateur 8. .tion)—Palm, Miss McLennan Ist; foliage,plant, Mr Bond Ist, Mis. McLenuan 2nd; fern, Mrs Lloyd Ist; asparges fern, Mr Bond Ist; ! .i«parg»a sprengiri, Mr Lloyd lat, Mrs Holmes 2nd. Cut Flowebs. Co-lection of trumpet narcissus, name unknown 1, Mr W. H. Smith 2; collection of cluster do, Mr McKellar 1,.. Mr- W. H. f'mith 2; collection of double daffodils, name unknown 1; trumpet narcissus, Mr McKellar 1 ; champion do (Victoria), shown by Mr McKellar ; collection of spring flowers, Mr Barraud 1, Mrs L. A. Abraham 2; spring bulbs, Mr W. H. Smith 1; ; collection of violets, Mrs Strang 1; collection of primroses and oxlips, Mrs Barraud 2; collection of swoet peas, Mrs J. Strang 1 ; collection of wallflowers, Mrs L. A. Abraham 1; sweet scented flowers, Mrs Hewitt 1, Cutflowebs - Amateur. Z Collection trumpet, narcissus, Mrs Rhodes 1, Mrs Fitzherbert 2, Mrs Tripe commended.; collection cluster narcissus, Mrs Tripe 1; collection double daffodils,; Mrs Rhodes 1, Mrs Tripe 2; trumpet narcissus, Mrs Rhodes 1, Mrs Tripe 2 ; trumpet narcissus, Mrs Rhodes 1 and 2; sulphur narcissus, Mrs Rhodes 1; sulphur trumpet narcissus, Mrs Rhodes 1; bicolor trumpet do.. Mr Rhodes 1; Mrs Mellsop 2 ; cluster narcissus, Mrs Fitzherbert 1, Mrs Mellsop 2; yellow trurripet narcissus, Mr Rhodes 1; champion do., (shown Mr J. Berkely) Mr Rhodes 1; collection anenionies, Mrs Park 1; Mrs Mellaop2; spring show, Mr Robinson 1, Mr G. Stevens 2; collection spring bulbs, Mrs MaHsop 1; violets. Mrs Mellsop 1; primrose oxiips, Mrs Mellsop 1;; wallflowers, Mrs Holmes 1; ■. sweet flowers, Mr Park 1; pansies, Mrs Mellsop 2 ; pansics, Miss Akers 1; spikes stocks, Mr Holmes 1, Miss Collins 2. Vegetables.- "-. Collection, Mrs L. A. Abraham 1; celery, Mrs L. A. Abraham 1; cabbaga, Mrs L. A. Abraham 1; savoy cabbage, Mrs L. A. Abraham l/Mr Outram 2 ; brockoli, Mr Outram 1, Mrs L. A. Abraham 2 ; lettuce, Mr p.u'trara 1, Mrs L. A, Abraham 2 ;. ft. paragußj Mrs L. A. Abraham 1,- Mr W. H, Smith .2 ; curro^, Mr Outram 1, Mrs L. A. Abraham 2 ; turnips, Mrs L. A. Abraham 1; -spriv.g -onions, Mr Outram 1 and 2; parsley, Mrs L. A. Abraham, 1, Mr J. Strang 2; rhubarb, Mrs L. A. ,Abraham 1, Mr Outram 2; dessert apples, Mr Outram 1; cooking apples, Mr Outram 1. Vegetables (amateur) —6 carrots, Mrs Mason 1; leeks, Mr Robinson 1; onions, Mr Robinson 1; bunch parsley, Mr Robinson 1. Decobation Class. Shower bouquets, Miss Watson 1; ronnd bouquet, Mrß Wilkinson 1 and 2; ladies' spray and buttonhole, Miss J. O'Brien 1, Miss D. Park 2; buttonholes, Miss J. O'Brien 1, Mrs Rhodes 2; baskot flowers, Mrs J. O'Brien 1; basket fruit, Mrs Mellsop 1, Mrs L. A. Abraham | 2; bowl foliage, Mrs Mellsop 1; bowl narcissus, Miss McLennanl, Mrs L. A. Abraham 2; bowl violets, Mrs J, Strang 1, Mrs Hewitt 2; bowl primroses, Mr Park 1, Miss Akers 2; bowl spring flowers, Miss McLennan 1, 2, and ho ; vase trumpet narcissi, Mrs Mellsop 1, Mi 8 L. A. Abraham 2; vase flowering sprays, Mrs Collins 1, Mrs Monro .; Empire stick, Mrs Mellsop 1; floral umbrella, Mrs Bitchings 1; hat trimmed with natural flowers, Mrs E. McLennan 1, Mrs D. Robinson 2 ; floor jar foliage* Mrs Mellsop 1, Mrs L. A. Abraham 2; jar arums, Miss Collins 1, Mrs Hollow 2. Sections (C___ldken) 10 to 15. Bouquets, Mis. G Wh.lley 3, Miss L. | Hesketh 2; basket flowers, Alex Strang 1, Miss L. Heeketh 2 ; floral design, Miss L Heskothl; floral umbrella, Marjorie Goldingham 1; ladies' spray, Miss L. Hpsketh 1 ; buttonhole, Miss D. Tripe 1, Mias L. Monro 2 : vase flowers, Miss L. Hesketh 1, Miss M. Rule 2.
Children under 10 —Toy vehicle, Ledger Holmes 1; buttonhole, B, Tripe 1, Heui Park 2; vase flowers, Miss E, Whalley 1.