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The following completes our report of the prize list:— CARROTS. Carrots, red, 6 roots, M Griffiths 1, E. Withell 2 and 3, C G C Harper v ho; Carrots, white, 6 roots,F Frampton 1,C6 C Harper 2, J Bishop 3 ; Carrots, yellow, 6 roots, P Gourdie 1, J Tucker 2, A member gives 10s 6d for the heaviest carrot—F Fratnpton. Point Prises. Tho president (James Small, Esq*.) 10s 6d to the winner of most points m section 6, dressed poultry and eggs, Mrs Prebble. Mr D Thomas £\ Is to the winner of most points m wheat and barley, J Bonifanfc. Mr J Studholine £1 to the winner of most yointa m oats, G. McEae. Messrs Friedlander Bros. £1 Is to the winner of moat points m grass seeds, X Withell. Mr J Studholme £1 to the winner of most points m potatoes, GAM Buckley. Canterbury Frozen Meat Co. ,£1 Is to the winner of most points m turnips, GAM Buckley. Canterbury Frozen Meat Co. £1 Is to the winner of most points m mangolds, J Tuoker. Mr J Studholme's prize of 103 for winner of most points m carrots, E Withell, M Griffiths, F Frampton, P Gourdie, equal. Fxpobt Classes. Mr John Studholme .£2 10s, and the Chrißtchurch Meat Company £2 2s to these classes, and it has been allotted £1 Is first prize and 12s 6d second prize m each class. Four chickens (cockerels or pullets), not exceeding 5 months old, suitable for export to England.

Canterbury Roller Flour Mills lOOlbs Plonr as a third priz3—Mrs F G Capon 1, E M Coleman 2, Mrs Jas Croy 3. Two fowl* suitable for export to Afrioa. Mr T. Uollitt a 1001 b Bag of Flour as a third prize—H G Berry man (Indian Game and Orpington) 1, Eliza Chapraan( Huff and Wyandotte) and (V'yandotte) 2 and 3. Two Ducks suitable for export to Africa. Mr Thos Rollitt a lCOlb of Flour as a third piize—Mrs F G Capon 1, II G Berryman 2, W J Moses 3, Mrs Ocoy h c. Pets. A Friend cash 10s f d for Ist prize; Mr J Mitchell, Box of Chocolates value 5s for 2nd prize—D Flower (Japmese Pugs)l,S Bushell (French Rabbets) 2, Reg Peaiwe (Opossum) 3, Annie Stephenson (Monkey) he. . Cats Long-Haired Cat—Miss Joyce Roberts (Persian) 1. Short-Haired Cat—Edna Bandy 1, Miss Dixon 2, Mrs Griffiths 3, S Thomas and Ruby Orum h c. Plucking Competition Mr Ferrimnn .£1 Is, Ist prize; 10a 6d, 2nd prize; for the best plucked fowl, to be killed and plucked by exhibitor at tha Show. Open to all comers except tradesmen—H G Berryman 1, H Bell 2.

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PRIZE LIST., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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PRIZE LIST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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