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A. and P. Show. ASHBURTON AGRICULTURAL A PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. LIST OF PRIVATE P I/' > FOR COMPETITION AT THE FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION, To be held on THURSDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER. Presidents’ Prize (E. S. Coster) £5 5s For the best four merino ewes of any ago. S. Wood, £2 2s—For the best two-year-old colt or filly by Heather Jock. J. Giigg, £4 4;—Fur the. best of the most recent improvements of Sew Zealand manufactures in labor saving ag.icultural implements or appliances. J. Grigg, £2 2s—For the second beat imp ovemonts of New Zealand manufactures in labor saving agricultural implements ' r appliances. Wilkin and Carter, £2 2s—For the best yearling colt or filly by Dundee. J. Carter, £2 2s—For the heat ladies’ hack.

Friedlander Bros., £3 3s—For the best collection of dairy produce, including hams and bacon. Matson, Cox and Co., £2 12s Gd—For the best 5 ewes or wethers over 18 months old, the progeny of merino ewes and longwor.l rams of any pure breed (to bo specified). Matson, Cox and Co., £2 12s Gd—For the beat 5 ewes or wethers under IS months old, the piogeny of merino ewes and longwool ram of any pure breed. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, piece of plate, value £3 3s—For the best pen of 5 merino rams under 18 months old. W. H. Gundrj ,£ll s—For the best pair of game fowls. 11. Williamson, box of tea —For the best pair of fowls for cu'inary purposes, to be dressed ready for cooking. W. Patching, horse cover—For the best cart ioal on the ground. W. Anderson, ladies’ whip—For the rider of the ladies’ hack. Orr and Co., £2 2s—For the best two-year-old carriage colt or filly. P. W. Shearman, £1 Is—For the best yearling carriage colt or filly. M. Nealas, pair of riding boots (value £3 3s) —For the owner of the horse that wins the Hunters’ Prize. W. Power, £1 Is—For the best yearling thoroughbred colt or filly. Tucker and Bested, £2 2s—For the best mare or gelding suitable for a carrier’s cart (up to 30 cwt.) T. Taylor, £1 Is—For the best yearling draught colt. T. Taylor, £1 I,«—For the best yearling draught filly. Hugh Johnston, £2 2s—For the largest prize-taker in draught stock. W. Lines, £2 2s—For the best draught mare, to be shown with two of her progeny.

Jno. Gilmour, £2 2s—Fo the best threehorse team the bona fide property of the exhibitor. S. Mullins, £1 Is—For the best 2-year-old shorthorn bull. S. Mullins, £1 Is—For the best 2-year-old heifer, any breed. F. L. K. Hill, £2 2s—For the best draught mare on the ground. Henry Hampton, £1 Is—For the best boar of any breed, under 12 months old. Jas. Jameson, £1 Is—For the best crossbred sheep (first, cross), ewe or wether, 4-tooth, bred from merino owe. Dr Trevor, £2 2s—For the best pen o’ 5 merino ewes, with crossbred lambs at foot, ewes and lambs to be taken into consideration. Jno. McKellar, £2, for the best twe-year-old C >lt or Filly by Victor. The Directors of the Ashburton Cheese and Butter Factory other a prize of £3 3s for the three best cows, of any age or breed, most suitable for dairy purposes, in milk or springing, the bo'na fide property of one owner. 0. G. Hawdon, £3 3s, for the best five Merino Rams und; r 18 months old that have never been housed, clothed, or hand fed. D. Oliver, £2 2s, for the beat five Merino Ewes under 18 months old, that have never been housed, clothed, or hand fed. T. Quill, £1 Is, for the best round of Corned Beef. Henderson and Moßeath,£2 2s for the best five Long-wool Wethers above 18 months old and not exceeding 30 months J. Tait, £2 2s, for the best set of Fraugh Shaft I larnoss shown on the ground Entries must be lodged with the Secretary on or before THURSDAY, 16th November. GEORGE JAMESON, n 6 Secretary.

Barristers, Solicitors, &c. C. W. Purnell, p ARRTSTER AND SOLICITOR, EAST STREET. 4 5e George Swann, JgARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, Hereford street, Christchurch. jUB ————lll ■■■BMMinPMmMKMWMIBWMMM Business Notices. NOW LANDING Ex ships “Good Templar” and “ Kestrel,” from Stewart’s Island, TWO CARGOES OF RED PINE, Which will bo SOLD CHEAP. WEATHER BOARDS FROM 10s per 100 ft (sup.) upwards. ALWAYS IN STOCKDoors Sashes Nails Roofing Iron Fencing Wire Y.D.L. Shingles Palings Timber Baltic Deals Flooring Match-lining And all requisites for the Trade. AGEIST for the Phconix Fire Office ( London. Alpheus Hayej, TIMBER MERCHANT, Ashburton, W. H. COLLINS, 6o Manager.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 793, 15 November 1882

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume IV, Issue 793, 15 November 1882

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