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1 , * • t t In £ LIST OF I J FOR COMPETITION AT THE TWELFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION, TO BE HELD ON J FRIDAY, October3l, 1890 j 7 ■ Siff^^P 22. J. R. Steel and Son, Set Swingle-trees; for the best Tesm of Two j X 1. The Presidents Prize, Silver Cap,valu« £5 ss; for the largest prize 9qT Ho a rses- No special entry. ' ? / * t • <a, • 23. J. Small, £ I Is; for the bejst. Yearling Draught Colt on the i - X I N\Z.L.&MI A. Co., £3 3s; for the best 10 Crossbred Sheep suitable for _, ground. Special entry. ■\" • . I . the frozen meat trade : sheep to be shorn within 31 days of Show, 24- J- Sma/A }* >*™ the best Yearling Draught IMy on the "ft and to be the bonafide property of exhibitor for 3 months prior ground, special entry. j N to date of show. Such exhibitor or exhibitors not to own, occupy IH>ll>lf|"Hl|WT4^'l? ) y farm, or graze jointly or severally more than 1000 acres of land. it JPMIFJyI4>IL)JS ( iW Special entry. 25. The President's Prize, Silver Cap, value £5 ss; for the largest ] 1 n 3. Miles & Co., Plate value £3 3* ; for the best five Crossbred Hoggets prizetaker m Produce (all classes). J J out of half-bred Ewes by Lincoln or Leicester rams. Spesial 26. Donald Williamson, Box Tea; for the best 31bs Fresh Butterl J y entry. ■ Special entry. J | p 4. W. M. Lyttelton,.£l Is; for the best five Hoggets, the progeny of 2 7. H. Zander, Prize, value £1 Is ; for the .best collection of Dairy '■■ J J^ pure Long-Wool Rams. Special entry. Produce 5 - j(J 5. J. Studholme, Junr, £1 is; for the best Lincoln Ewe with lamb 28. Mrs George Jameson, £1 Is ; for the best two 41b loaves of home- ■ 7 at foot. Special entry. _ made bread, made from flour ground m the County, not to be baked ( V P> 6. J. Studholme, Junr., £1 Is; for the best Leicester Ewe with mm a baker's oven. Special entry. H lamb at foot. Special entry. 29. E. Thomas, £1, or sack of flour; for the best two loaves Bread, , P 7. J. Studholme, Junr., £1 Is ; for the best Down Ewe with lamb ma^e fl our g roun( i at the Wakanui Mills. Special entry. J . 9 at foot. Special entry. 30. The Proprietors of Weekly Press, Christchurch, £1 Is; for the / h -niir^Tk^r^^Tniis largest Prizetaker m Butter. No special entry. j '/ JbIIIPBI^J^^ 31. M. Digby, 10 gallons best Ale ; for the best three bushels Malting # \ 8. John Grigg, £1010s; for the largest prizetaker m Draught Horses. Barley. Special entry. JS I 9. The President's prize Silver Cap, value £5 ss; for the largest 32. Stephens 8r05... £1 Is; for the best display of Fancy Butter. A \ prizetaker m Horses (all Classes.) Special entry. J ' L 10. M. Friedlander, £3 3s ; for the best 2-year-old by BlacKwood 33. A. Orr, Ladies'trimmed Hat or Bonnet, for the best A I ' Abdallah. Special Entry. dressed pair of Fowls. Special entry. 4 ( 11. W. C. Walker, £2 2s; for the best Carriage Entire. Special entry. 34. Friedlander Bros., £1 Is ; for the best collection of Gram on the A \ 12. M. Stitt, £2 2s ; for the best Dogcart Horse (mare or gelding) to ground, not le»s than three entries. Special entry. L .' be shown m harness and driven. Special entry. 35. W. RollitT, £1, or sack of flour ; for the best two loaves Bread, v '. Q - 13. J. Orr and Co., £1 Is ; for the best Pony on the ground, 14 hands made from flour ground m the Canterbury Mills. Special entry. j L or under. Special entry. /f, : "Ma-a-^r*)!® \ , 1 14. D. McKendry, £1 Is; for the Best Yearling Draught Colt or '■ fTJUJTSI <9 L Filly on the ground. Special entry 36. N.Z. Farmers' Co-opekative Association, £3 3s; to the largest prize- J I 15. E. F. Wright, Truck load of Lime delivered at Mount Somers taker m Pigs. Confined to the County. 1 . U Station to the o^ner of Mare m any Class on the ground which, 37> j # s TUDH olme, jr., £2 ;to the largest prizetaker m Pigs. (Open. N V J m the opinion of the Judges, will, mated with a thoroughbred / ;b horse,be likely to breed a good Dogcart Mare or Gelding. Special , , ' \ 11} entry. _ _ 3 g Duncan Cameron, £2 2s; to the largest prizeuker m Cattle. / i H 16. John Gilmour, the services of his entire Kelvin ; for the best 39> n.Z. Farmers' Co-operative Association, £2 2s ; for the best Jersey J 1 I Yearling Colt by that spe. Special entry. CW. Special entry. . 9 j & 17. D. McKendry, £1 Is the best Yearling Draught Colt or Filly 40. W. H. Collins, £1 Is ; for the best Cottager's Cow m milk, where not V ! 1 by Diplomacy., Special untfy. more than two are kept. Special entry. 1 & .18. John O'Shea ; services of entire " Prince Imperial," for the best wmahtw/W t»/h-«a amM-nir !K foal by that sire. No Special entry. MSAFIM© MATCII 9 : 5 19. W. Patching, Horse Coyer ; for the best Yearling Colt or Filly 41 w c Walker> M.H.R., also offers a Prize of £3 3s, to be added to the S : I (Draught horses). Special entry. Association's Prize m the Leaping Match / & 20. H. C. Segers, Trimmed Hat^ value 15s 6d ; for the Rider of the IP 1 best Lady's Hack. No special entry. SMAIII f i& ' 21. W. Anderson, Lady's Whip; for the best Lady Rider. No A i 1 special entry. ' 42. John Small, £1 Is; to the boy successful m Class 154. If f JKntries must l>e made on or l>etore S A.TIZRX>A.Y, Oct. »Sth. .JJSO. «T. C. QUANE, Secretary X

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2549, 21 October 1890, Supplement

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2549, 21 October 1890, Supplement

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