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N INSULA HOBSE SHOW AND PAS TORAL AaSUGIATION (incorporated), , ANNUAL SHOW TO BE HELD IN MR A. R. PRICHARD'S PADDOCK, DUVAUCHELLE. QM THURSDAY, NOV MBER 20. 1913 PROGRAMME, Ql fl c S l—Hackney Yearling, foaled since July lit, 1912. First prize £1 Is, seoond 10s Cd Class 2-Hack to ravry up to 11 stone and 12 stone, to be shown in saddle. Tc be divided by the judge into separate clesses —list and I2st First priz° £2 2?, sec ond £1 Is. third l(h Gd in each division Glass 3—Cib over 14 1 nnd under 15 hand?, capable of carrying 14 stonf. to be shown in saddle. First priz' £2 2s (given by Mr C Thncke-), second £L Is ClaFB 4—Hack to carry up to 15 stone, to be shown in saddle. First prize £2 2s (given by Hon. W. Montgomery), cecond £1 Is Olasq 5-Lady's Hack, which has been thoroughly broken in rs a lady's hack, to be shown in saddle an! ridden by a lady. First prize £2 2 (including £1 Is? given by Mr G Pilkington), S)cond £1 Is, third 10s 6d. Class 6-Hack to carry up to 13 stone. First prize £2 2s, second £1 Is. Class 7.—Hunter, to be judged for genera hunting qualifications, aid t be tried over such fences as the Committee may decide. First prize £2 2s, second £1 Is Class B.—Maiden Hunter; for horses that have never gained a iirft prize in that daSB, conditions same as in Class 7 First prize £2 2s, second £1 Is. Class 9.—Dairy Cart Turn Out belonging to a supplier of a Peninsula Factory, faotory marager's certificate to accompany entry. Tobejndged by points—Horse 20 points, Cart 10, Harness 5. First prize £2 2s, second £1 Is. Class 10.—Draught Horse or Mare. First prize £2 2s, second £1 Is. Class 11—Haok Brood Maro, in foal or foal at foot. Firat prize £2 2s, second

Class 12-Haok, two year old, Filly or Geld ingf foa'ed since July 1, 1911. First prize £1 11s Cd, second 10s 6d. Class 13—Daisy Cart Horse or Mare up to 14 3 hands, to be shown In harness attached to vehicle First prize £2 '2s, second £1 Is, daa? 14—HorFe or Mare suitable for ail round work, 15 2 hands and over, to be shown in harness attached to vehicle. First prize £2 2?, second £1 Is. Class 15-Baggy Pair, to be tried in a four wheeled vehicle, the property of one owner. First prize £2 2s, second £1 Is. Class IG-Ponv from 13 3to 14,2 bands, to be show in saddle. First prize £2 2s, seoond £1 Is, ihird 10s 01. Class 17—Horse or Mare suitable tor all round work, under 15 2 hands, to be shown attached to vehicle. First prize £2 2i, second £1 la Class 18 Gig Horse or Mare, from 14 3to 15.2 hand*, to be tried in a dog cart or gig. First prize £2 2?, second £1 Is. Class 19—Do<? Cart Horse or Mare over 15.2 hands, to be tried in a two wheeled vehicle. First prize £2 2?, second £1 Is.

COMPETITIONS. Walk and Trot-First prize £2 2s, second £1 Is, Poet entry Driving Competition.—For Lodies. First prize £1 Iβ, second 10s Gd, Entry 2s 6d. Post entry. Driving Competition,—For Gentlemen. First prize £1 Is, second 10a Gd. Entry 2s Gd. Post entry. Threading the Needle Face.—For Ladies. First prize £1 Is, second 10s Gd. Post entry. Threading the Needle Race.—For Gentle men. First prize £1 Is, second 103 6d. Post entry. Egg and Spoon Eaee.—For Ladies. First prizo £1 If, second 10s 6d. Post entry. Jnmping Competition.—First prize 30s, ! second 15s. Three to enter or no comi petition, five to enter or no second prize. Post entry. Turning Competition.—For horses 14.3 and i over. Prize £1 Is, Pet Lamb, first prize ss: entry 6d. COOKERY EXHIBITS (IN TENT). Ist 2nd prize prize s. d, b. d. 1. Apples,last season's ..5 0 2 0 2. Preserved Fruit, 4 varieties, 1 bottle of eaoh .. 5 0 2 0 3. Jam, 4 varieties, 1 pot of each .. ..50 20 4. Pickles, 4 bottles, variety 5 0 2 0 Marmalade, not less than 21bs in glass jars ..50 20 5. 1 Bottle Chulney ..50 20 G 1 Pottle Homemade Wine 5 0 2 0 7. 21bs Butfer, to be made ! up in lib pals, plain.. 5 0 2 0 Two classes—separator and non-eeparator 8. Homemade Bread, not less than 21b loaf ..5 0 2 0 9. 1 Sponge Cake ..50 20 10. 1 Pponge Sandwich ..50 20 11. 1 Fruitcake .. ..5 0 2 0 12. 1 Heed C»ke .. ..5 0 2 0 13. 1 Madeira Cake ..5 0 2 0 14. Small Cakes, G sorts, 3 of each .. ..5 0 2 0 15. G Scones .. ~- .. 5 0 2 0 1G 6 Girdle Pcone3 ..5 0 2 0 17. PhimPoddinq .. ~5 0 2 0 18. Puff Pastry .. ..5 0 2 0 19 Shortbreod .. ..5 0 2 0 20. Oat Calie .. ..5 0 2 0 21. Ham, to le cured by es' bitor .. ..5 0 2 0 22. Honey, separated, not less than alba .. ..5 0 2 0 23. Honey comb in sections 5 0 2 0 24. 12 Heaviest Hen Eggs 5 0 2 0 Entry Gd. Post entry, 25. Dairy Cheese, this season, weight not under SOlba 10 0 5 0 Entry Is

BULES 1 All classes are open 2 Entries—members 2s Cd each entry, all others 53 3 The sarre horse cannot he entered for more than three classes, but are are eligible to compete for any private prizes that may bfl offered i Exhibitors, when making entries, ore requested to give name of sire and breeder, if known 5 No horse that has gained honour in one of the 11, 13. or 14 stone classes for cobs or hnckfi fhall be allowed to compete in any of the other three clns?es Entries c1o?e with the undersigned at 1 p.rn on Monday, November 17 Al 1 post entries for competitions c!o=e with the Secretary or gatekeeper at noon on Show Day CHAS W LEETF., Secretary DBS, PEICHABD, JONES AND i MAITLAND Dental Surgeons. BARLOW'S BUILDINGS, COKNEB HEBEFOItD AND COLOMBO STBEETB, OHBIBTOaUBCH.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4349, 14 November 1913

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4349, 14 November 1913

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