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PRODUCE.

Judges— Mes rs C. A. C. Hardy, and Di Willamson Marshall m attendance— Joshua Tucker Class 122— For the best Slbs of fresh butter (without prints)— J. C. N. Grigg, 1 ; Mrs Ashton, 2 Donald Williamson, box tea ; for the best 31bs freßh butter— J. 0. N. Grigg, 1 Olasa 123— For the best 31bs of powdered butter— J. C. N. Grigg, 1 ; Mrs Ashton, 2 Olasa 124— For the beat display of fancy bnttor, not less than 21bs ; quality to be taken into consideration— Mrs J. Small, 1 ; Miss A. E. Dawson, commended Glass 125— For the best keg of saltel butter fit for exportation, not less than 281bs— Mrs Ashton, 1 ; Mrs J, Small, 2 The proprietor of " Weekly Press," Christohurob, £1 Is for the largest prizetaker m butter — Mrs Ashton, 7 points R. Aloorn, box tea, value £1 ; for the beßt keg of salted butter fit for exportation, not less than 281b— J. C. N, Grigg, 1 ; Mrs Ashton, highly commended Class 126— For the best colonial cheese, of. not lesß than 151bs— Mrs J. Small, 1 Clasß 127— For the beßt side of New Zealand cured bacon (smoked) — Mrß J. Small, 1 Class 128— For the best side of New Zealand cured bacon (unsmoked) — Mrs Jas Croy, 1 and 2 ; Mrs J, Small highly commended Clbbb 129— For the best two hams (smoked) —Mrs Jas Croy, 1 ; Mrs J, Small, 2 Glass 130— For the best two hams (ansmoked) — Mrs J. Small, 1 J. Henry, 10a 6d ; for the bast two hams (unsmoked)— Mrs J. Small, 1 Class 131— For the beat 12 hen eggs— Mrs Horsey, 1 ; Miss Hamilton, 2 ; Mrs Small, highly commended Class 132— For tho best 12 duok egg»— Mrs J. Small, 1 ; Master A. Williams, 2 Class 133— For the best 2 loaves of home made bread — Mre J. G. McConochie, 1 ; Mra Prebble, 2 ; Mrs J. Small, highly commended Mrs Geo Jameson, £1 Is for the best two 41b loaves of home-made bread, not to be baked m a baker's oven — Mrs J. G. MaConochie, 1 E. Thomas, £1, or eaok of flour; for the best two loaves bread, made with flour ground at the Wakanui Mills— Mrs McConoohie, 1 Class 134— For the best dish of honey — 0. F. L&ndman, 1 Class 135— For the bast collection of dairy produce, included m above 13 olasaes. The bona fide production of exhibitor — Mrs J, Small, 1 EL Zander, prize, value £1 Is ; for the best collection of dairy produce (classes 122 to 134) —Mrs J. Small, 1

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PRODUCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1987, 3 November 1888

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PRODUCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1987, 3 November 1888

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