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EXHIBITION.

ASHBURTON INDUSTRIAL

The judges who acted at the Industrial Exhibition are as follows : NEEDLEWORK. Mesdames Fooks, Me Bean Stewart, and Bullock. Mr T. R. Hodder, marshall. PICTURES. Captain Temple, Messrs W. C. Walker, and H. Fiiedlander. PRODUCE. Messrs Matthew Stitt, D. Cameron, and J. Hunt. MACHINERY. Messrs Steele, M. Friedlander, Passmore, Kidd, Johnstone, and J. Devery. GENERAL ERHIBITS. Messrs R. Friedlander, T. Bullock, J. C. Wason, J. Ward, G. D. Branson, and K. W. Shearman, The Award List. The following is the list of awards made up to last night : Double First Award.—A double first award was conferred on Mr Zander’s collec* tion of articles.

Class I —Grain, Pulses, Grass Seed, etc ; Wheat ; J. Jameson, McLeary Bros., J. S. Bruce, Friedlander Bros, Ist order of merit; J. Lemon, F. Pavitt, McLeary Bros., 2nd order of merit. Oats ; Friedlander Bros., rst and 2nd order of merit. Tares ; Sealy Bros., Ist and 2nd order of merit. Barley ; Friedlander Bros., Ist order of merit. Extra exhibit, J. Carter, Ist order of merit. Assortment of seeds : W. Wilson, Ist order of merit. Class ll—Flour, Meal, etc : Pearl Barley ; E. H. Banks, Ist order of merit. Linseed meahJJ. Cambridge, ist order of merit. Oatmeal ; J. S. Bruce, 2nd order of merit. Flour : J. S. Bruce, 2nd order of merit. Class lll.—Dressed Fibre.—R. Marshall, ist order or merit; C. Braddell, Ashburton and R. Marshall, Cust Valley, 2nd order of merit.

ClasslV—Flax{undresses): C.Braddell, R. Marshall, Ist order of merit. Class V—Chicory : E. B. Pearce, three Ist and one 2nd awards.

Class Vl— Candles ; J. W. Quaife, Rakaia, Ist order of merit. Class Vll— Bonedust : F, Mayo, ist order of merit ; Rountree, Brown and Co., Christchurch, 2nd order of merit.

Class Vlll—White Silesian Beetroot ;J. Hunt, ist order of merit; Sealy Bros., 2nd order of merit. Class IX—Woollen Goods : Orr and Co., blankets and flannels from Roslyn Factory and Kaiapoi Woollen Co., Ist order of meri". Class X—Coals, Coke, Etc. : W, K. Bell, Springfield, coal, and F. B. Lloyd and Co., Grey, Brunner, coke, ist order of merit ; J.-Milne, Mount Somers, coal, and F. B. Lloyd and Co., Grey, Brunner ; and Westport coal, W. 11. Gundry, Rock wood coal ; 2nd order of merit. Class Xl—Timber ; No award.

Class Xll— Roue, Cord, and Twine Hayman Bros., James Seed, Hale and Forbes, ist order of merit.

Class Xlll— Leather : 11. G. Redfern ; I st order of merit.

Class XlV—Preserved Meats : W. H. Mein, second order of merit. Class XV—Cheese (whole) : J. Hayman, Ist order of merit; G. Gilmour, 2nd order of merit.

Ci.ass XVl— Wine, Beer, and Spirits : SchwarhCßros. (wines in bottle, New Zetland), Wood and Co. (beer in bulk), Ist order of merit; extra exhibit, T. Manning, 2nd order of merit.

Class XVll—' Tobacco Leaf, and Cigars; C. Braddell, Ist order of merit. Class XIX - Works of Art, and Photographs ; G. N. K. Cherrill, and P. Schoroup, Ist order of merit; G. F. Henry, and P. De Lorree, 2nd order of merit. ClassXlXa—Architectural Drawings: J. Anderson, J. S. Bruce, and C. E. Fooks, Ist order of merit.

Class XX— Oil Paintings ; F. Berry Standish, view of Lake Paheura, painted by exhibitor ; Allan Cambridge, Christchurch, portrait of a gentleman, painted by exhibitor; John Gibb, “Little River,” Head of Forsyth ; W. M. Gibb, portrait from the life, painted by exhibitor; and E. G. Wright, a view of the Otira Gorge, by S. Gibbs, Ist order of merit; E. G. Wright, “ Akaroa Harbor,” painted by J. Peek ; A. Stott, Ashburton, “ Water of Leith ; ” Mrs A. Stott, Ashburton, “ Moeraki Heads,” painted by exhibitor; Edwin Clark, Rakaia, “Moonlight,” a sea scene, 2nd order of merit. Class XXi— Water Color : Mrs Amy Homersham, “Evening after a storm,” 2nd order of merit.

Class XXll— Pencil Drawings : Miss Boyie, copy of “ Cherry Ripe;” a sketch by W. Claridge, of Methven, 2nd order of merit. Class XXlll— Crayons, Etchings, etc.: Mrs Alfred Harrison, crayon drawing, “Napoleon’s Grave,” Chiselhurst, “ Sinking Despatches,” “,ln the Garden;” and J. M. Cambridge, crayon portrait by Allan Cambridge, view of Wangapeka Valley, Ist order of merit; J. M. Cambridge, view of Mount Arthur, from Batten Valley, by Allan Cambridge, 2nd order of merit.

Class XXlV—Basketware : J. and J. Price, Mount Somers, 2nd order of merit. Class XXV—Collections of Ferns : C, A. Hardy, ist order of merit; G. Jameson, 2nd order of merit.

Class XXVl— Vellum anP Parchment S. Collier, Nelson, Ist order of merit.

Class XXVll— Manufactured Leather Goods : James Favquhar, 2nd order of merit. Class XXVIII Boors and Shoes : Toomer Brothers, and Lightband, Allan and Co., ist order of merit; T. Chambers, 2nd order of merit.

Class XXX —Bookrinding, Printing, Engraving, etc. : Lyttelton Times, specimen of chromo-lithography and photo-litho-graphy ; Press Company, Christchurch, specimen case printing, etc. ; 3Lail Office, Ashburton, specimens of printing; and Timaru Herald, specimens of printing, Ist order of merit.

Class XXXI— Upholsterers’ and Decorators’ Work : A. J. White, Christchurch; W. Davis, Ashburton ; W. S. King, Christchurch, furniture; J. Taylor, Venetian blinds and revolving shutter model, ist award of merit ; John Meech, Ashburton, furniture, 2nd order of merit. Class XXXll— Pottery, Bricks, Tiles, and Stoneware : Milton Royal Pottery Co., Dunedin, pottery ; James Bradley, Ashburton, specimen asphalte ; William Reid Bell, fireclay goods from Springfield Quarry ; W. Montgomery and Co., bricks and tiles ; and John Groves, specimen Mount Somers stone, Ist order of merit; R. Cuncliffe, specimen Malvern pottery; and J. Stanley Bruce, seven samples building stones, viz. : Mount Somers, Dunedin, Kakanui, Oamaru, Castle Hill, West Coast, 2nd order of merit. Class XXXIII— GoId and Silversmiths’ Work ; R, Murray, Ashburton, timepiece to fit marble case, made by exhibitor in Ashburton in 1881 ; articles showing clockwork, etc. in various stages of progress, made by R. Murray, of Ashburton ; A. Blytt, Christchurch, collection ; and M. Quinn, two marble clocks, case of colonial jewellery, Ist order of merit. Class XXXIV Lace, Net, Embroidery, and Trimmings: Mrs Kissel, piece of silk patchwork; Brussels lace handkerchiefs; a pair of cuffs, in old point lace ; lace-work trimming on apron, in satin, 4j£ yards of lacet lace trimming; Miss Pavitt, specimen of crochet and tatting lace ; Miss Bishop, assortment braideded aprons, satchels, etc. ; Miss Rolls, specimen of Maltese lace; Miss G. Sanderson, embroidered bracket valance ; Miss Casey, smoking cap, exhibited by Miss M. Kitzgerald ; and Mrs Carter, one piece Macrcame lace, Ist order »f merit; Miss G. Sanderson, embroidered mantlepiece valance, 2nd order of merit. Class XXXV — Artifical Flowers and Feathers : Miss M. Fitzgerald,' two groups ariificial flowers under glass shades ; Mrs J. Farquhar, feather muff, collarette, and hats, *

Ist order of merit; Miss Annie tion of feathers, 2nd order of merit. Class XXXVII— Carriage anb Wheelwright’s Work : A. G. Howland, Christ! church, one dog-cart; Moor and Son, one Abbott pattern single buggy, first order of merit ; Baker and Brown, Ashburton, one double-seated buggy; Moor and Son, Christcluuch, one double-seated Victorian buggy and one English pattern dog-cart; J. R. Glanville, Christchurch, one wagonette, second order of merit. Class XXXVlll— Harness and Saddlery : Thomas Hudson, Ashburton, one set buggy harness, one double set pair-horse harness, one hogsldn saddle ; J. Tail, Ashburton, collection of English and colonial saddlery, Ist order of merit; SV illiam Anderson, Ashburton, collection of colonial and English-made harness, second order of merit. Class XXXlX— Bread, Pastry, and Confectionery : A. Thiele, collection, ist order of merit; A. O. Ailken, Ashburton, collection, and J. H. Christie, Christchurch, collectionj 2nd order of merit. Class XL— Skins and Furs (dressed and dyed); T. Wilson, Christchurch, 12 woollen mats, various colors, dressed by exhibitor, Ist order of merit; C. Farquhar, Christchurch, fur mat, 2nd order of merit.

Class XLI — Ornamental Woodwark : E. 11. Oliver, Christchurch, table, inlaid with New Zealand w'oods, principally Canterbury grown ; K. S. Tucker, table, of N. Z. woods; H. Jewell, Christchurch, six table-tops made of New Zealand woods, case of pawa shell work, Ist order of merit ; Jacob LeFrank, of Mount Peel, two walking sticks and stock-whip handle, carved by hand with a penknife ; J. Heney, Mount Peel, carved walking stick; and J. Spillard, Ashburton, two gilt whatnots, two tripod stands, quadruples stand ; W. Zander, Ashburton, specimen of fancy woodware, made by exhibitor; DavidZander, Ashburton, specimen of fancy woodware made|by exhibitor ; and T. Quill, Ashburton, pattern desk made in New Zealand, 2nd order of merit. Class XLHl— Brushware : Clark and Son, Christchurch, assorted brushware, made by Harbutt and Co., Ist order of merit. Class XLIV—Glue, Lime, and Cement: Walker and McDougan, bag of lime, and sample of limestone from which the above was burned from Kakahu, Ist order of merit; Auckland hydraulic cement, mortar of same cement, concrete made with same cement, Portland cement block (made 1879) J. Stanley Bruce, C.E., exhibitor, 2nd order of merit.

Class XLV—Fancy Needlework : Edward Butt, Methven, ship in full sail, surrounded by various flags; Old Men’s Home, Ashburton, hearthrug; Mrs Chambers, crochet counterpane, pair of curtains; Mrs Richards, counterpane, fancy apron; Mrs C. Fooks, one counterpane hand knitted; Miss Hellen Gallic, of Waimate, hand-made woollen stockings for Highland costume; Miss M. Fitzgerald, large scriptural piece in woolwork, “Daniel in the lion’s den,” fancy lamp mat, pincushion and watch-pocket worked by Miss G. Sanderson; Mrs W. If. Zouch, three crewel silk worked stools; Miss G. Boyle, woolwork; Mrs Poyntz, pair woolwork slippers, Ist order of merit; Mrs E. Lowe, pincushion and watch-pocket; Mrs Manson, four pairs stockings and wool of same, 2nd order of merit. Class XLVI—Hops and Malt : Wood and Co., sample porter malt, sample Nelson hops; Manning and Co., Christchurch, sample malt, Ist order of merit.

Class XLVIII Produce of the Potato : James Ward, Tinwald, sample, Ist order of merit. Class LI —Leather Work Fancy Articles : airs Zouch, two leather work frames, ist order of merit; leather work frame, leather work bracket, two leather work card baskct=, Mrs Curtis exhibitor, 2nd order of merit

Class I.Tl—Rick cloths, Tarpaulins, etc : Wifliam Patching, four binder canvases, ist order of merit. Class LIII— Drapery and Underclothing : Miss Verrall, Christchurch, case containing ladies’ and children’s corsets, belts, shoulder straps, made by exhibitor; Orr and Co., collection of locally-made haberdashery, and Renwick and Co., Dunedin Hosiery Co., two football suits, exhibited by J. Renwick, ist order of merit.

Ciass LTV—Ranges, Stoves, Grates, etc. : Hern, Christchurch, cooking range j Scott Bros , Christchurch, assortment of ranges; and T. Atkinson, Christchurch, cooking range, ist order of merit.

Class LV—Tinsmiths’, Water, and Gas Fittings : S. Hardley, gasalier, made by exhibitor ; J. C. Dolman, one corking machine ; J. Hyde, one bath, two portable boilers, meat safe, made by exhibitor, for double collection ; Dean Bros., assortment of buttons, ist order of merit; Dean Bros., collection of tinware, and S Hardley, collection of tinware, 2nd order of merit.

Class LVl—Monumental Masonry William Slocks, Christchurch, one chimneypiece, Oamaru stone, and A. Sherriff, Christchurch, marble mantlepisce, Ist order ol merit.

Class I.Vlll—Hats, Caps, etc. : Vincent Almao, Dunedin, specimens of hats etc., made by exhibitor, Ist order of merit. Class LTX—Paint, etc (in packages or tins): Hodder and Co., hematite paint, from Nelson, 2nd order of merit. Class LXl—Mineral and Aerated Waters, Cordials : H. Britton, Sample lemonade, sample dozen soda water, sample two dozen mixed cordials, ist order of merit.

Articles not Included in Previous Ci.asses— J. Lemon, specimen of mangolds, grown by exhibitor ; G. Papprill; specimens of electros taken from woodcuts and type for printing, specimen of electro ornaments ; tea and coffee service, electro-silvered ; old spoons, forks, etc., re-silvered ; various iron articles used in coach-building, silvered ; medical coil, made by exhibitor ; pair of, telephones, nickle used in nickel-plating, specimens of stereotype used in printing ; L. Pozzi, machine for lighting gas lamps in windy weather ; P. and D, Duncan, Christchurch, one double-furrow lever plough ; Richard Smith, one Alpha gas machine; Mr H. Zander, Ashburton, collection of stamps; Mrs Williamson, Winslow, three samples beeswax, three samples honey, ist order ot merit ; J. Fiddes, one verandah or garden chair, one flower stand, one flower-basket, made in wire. J. M. Cambridge, perfumery, orange quinine wine; G. Carew and Co., Dunedin, samples sauces;, J. J. Brown, Ashburton, a woolwinder, made by exhibitor, 2nd order of merit.

Articles of Foreign Growth or Manufacture —Japenese picture, exhibited by W. 11. Puddicombe ; Hobbs and Co., for Singer’s Sewing machines ; Village fire engine, with folding brakes, King Bros.; F. B. Passmore, lor collection ; Rev. A. W. Hands, for collection ; Scott Bros., Christchurch, iron garden chair, made by exhibitor; G. E. Reece, Christchurch, specimen collection of ironmongery and plated goods ; collection of ironmongery, etc., Ist order of merit; George Booth, Christchurch, churn, cheese-vats, and curd-mill, 2nd order of merit.

Extra Exhibits. —T. R. Hodderancl Co., sample of soap, manufactured by Smithson, of Lceston , Haxton and Beattie’s patent-toothed flexible folding harrows ; Joshua Tucker, drain pipes ; Eckersley and McFarlane, bottled beer; F. Jackson, cheese ; E. Reece, ranges ; J. Hyde, meat safe ; W. Graham, bone turnery ; S. Bedson and Son, terracotta work ; Miss Verrall, corsets ; and Milner and Thompson, American organ, Ist order of merit. Miss Button, Mount Peel, collection of ferns ; John Jackson, coal sample from Mount Hutt; Carruthers, Waimate, cement, drain pipes ; S. Manning, Christchurch, beer in wood ; R. Anderson, sugar beet ; Andrews and Beavan, straw elevator model; and Mr Button, specimens knotty totara, second award of merit.

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EXHIBITION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 303, 26 March 1881

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EXHIBITION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 303, 26 March 1881

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