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BREAD, SCONES, CAKES g Loaf Home-made Bread—Mrs J Choak 1, Mrs J Croy 2, Mrs W Frebble 3, Miss B .Hodgson v ho, Mrs W Anderson ho, Mis? A. McDowell c, Canterbury Roller Flour Mills give a sack of flour for the best homemade Bread made with Canterbury Mills flour—Mrs J Cboak. Mr T Rollitfc gives a sack of flour for the best home-made bre-id made with Wakanui Mills Flour—Mrs J (Jroy. Plain Home-made Scones—Mrs J W Oliver I, Mrs W Marsden 2, Miss B Hodgson 3, Mrs W McMillan v h c, The Canterbury Roller Flour Mills giv? a 1001 b b<*g of flour for the best six plaii scones made with the Canterbury Mills fljur—MUs J Taylor. Mr T Rollitt gives a 1001 b bag of flour for the best six plain scones mide with Wakanui Mills flourMiss A'Taylor. Fancy scones, home made — Mis* Huston 1, Mr 3 Killoh v h c. Girdle scones—Mrs W McMillen. Fruifi cake, 2 lbs, iced—Miss Huston, Fruit cake, "2lbs, not iced - Miss A Doig 1 and 2, Mrs W Probble2, MhsT Wilson v h c, Mrs T McDowell bo, Mrs R B Coward c. Seed cake, 21bs—Mrs .T Choak 1, Miss A Doig 2, M.r« X- R Steal 3, Miss Shearer v h c, Miss Huston h c, Miss J Taylor c. Madiera cake, 2ibß Miss T Wilson" 1, Miss A Doig 2, Miss M Slattery 3, Mrs E R Steel v h c. Gingsrbred cake, plain—Mrs J Ohoak 1, Mrs W Prebble 2, Mrs T McDowell 3, Mrs B Brady v h c, Miss X Small h c, Miss J Wheeler c. Sponge cake, lib—Miss J Taylor 1, Mrs T Wilson 2, Mrs A Doig 3, Mrs T McDowell v he. Collection of small cakes, not to exceed ten varieties; three of each variety-Mrs J Croy 1, Mrs T McDowell 2, Miss Huston vh c. The President's (James Small, Esq) prize, £1 Is, and Mr T Bullock's prize, £ I Is, to the winner of most points m spction s—bread, scone?, and cakes—Mrs Prebble and Miss A Doig tie with 5 points. DRESSED POUI/L'BY AND EGGS. Pair of fowls, dressed ready for cooking —Mrs W Langdon 1, Mrs J Croy 2. Pair of ducks, dressed ready for cooking—Mrs W Langdon 1, Mrs W Prebble 2. Dozen dack eggs, single yolked—Mrs W Prebble 1 and 2. grain seeds, etc. (grown by Exhibitor). Wheat; Tuscan, white, not less than 2 bushels—J Bonifant. Tuscan, red, not less fchan 2 bushels—G W Body 1 and 3, G- A M Buckley 2. Hunter's, not less than 2 bushels—W Harding 1, W J Taylor 2. Pearl, not less than 2 bushels—J. Quigley 1, W J Taylor 2, J McDowell 3. Barley : Chevalier," not less than 2 bushels—R Withell 1 and 2, W J Silcock 3. Oats: Duns, not less than 2 bushels—J C N Grigg 1, James Small 2. Garton or "Rosebery, not less than 2 bushels—Clucas Bros. 1, H G Frampton 2. Tartars, not less than 2 bushels—W Langdon. Any other variety —G. Mcßae 1, 2 and 3. Grass Seed, etc.: Ryegrass, Perennial, not less than 2 bushels —R. Withell 1 and 2, J Bonifant 3. Ryegrasa, Italian, not less than 2 bushels—R Withell 1 and 2. Clover, red, not less than 561bs—F Frampton. POTATOES, BOOTS, ETC. Potoes, Kidney, 2 bashels~J Bishop 1, GAM Buckley "c. Potatoes, Dorwents, 2 bushels—G A M Buckley 1, J Bishop 2. Potatoes, any other variety, 2 bushels— GAM Buckley 1, E J Carney 2 and 3, T F Gibson vh c. Turnips, Swede, any variety, 3 roots—D Leddy I, T E Upton 2 and vh c, F. Frampton 3, W Wills he, W Charters c. Turnip, Aberdeen, Green Top Yellow, 3 roots -GAM Buckley I and 2. Turnips, Aberdeen, Purple Top Yellow, 3 roots— GAM Buckey 1 and 2, F Chapman v h c. Turnips, Imperial Green Globe, 3 roots— J S Bland 1, T E Upton 2, J H Muirhead 3. Turnips, any variety, white fleshed, 3 roots —J H Muirhead 1, GA M Buckley 2 aid 3. Turnips, any variety, Yellow, 3 roots— F Frampton. Mr W J Silcock gives'los 6d for the heaviest turnips — D Leddy. Mangolds, Globe, 3 roots—J Studholme laud 2, E. Frampton 3. Mango!d3, L'mg Rsd, 3 roots—J Tucker 1 and 2, J C N Grigg 3. Mangolds, Golden Tankard, 3 roots—J Tucker 1 aud 3, G W Body 2. Mangolds, Golden Globe, 3 roots —J. Tucker 1 and 3, F Frampton 3. Mr W S Maslin gives 10s 6d for the heaviest mangold—F Frampton. GARDEN PRODUCE Onions, Giant, string of about 71bs —Mrs H M Bushell 1, Onions Brown Spanish, string of about 71bs—A Magson 1, G A M Buckley, 2. Beets, any variety—G A M Buckley I, Mrs HM Bupliall2. Parsnips— J Bishop 1, Mrs H M Bushell 2, W H Whiting 3. Vegetable Marrows —D Amos I, G A M Buckley 2 Mrs H M Buslmll 3. Cabbage, cooking—Mrs H RI Bushell 1. Cabbage, Drumhead Savoy—G A M Buckley 1 and 2. Celery-Mrs H M Bushell 1. farmers' table Consisting of Products of Exhibitors own Farm. Space allowed 10ft by 4ft—Miss M Lill 1, W Moses 2.JCH Grigg 3.

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THE WINTER SHOW., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6604, 24 June 1905

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THE WINTER SHOW. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6604, 24 June 1905

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