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COOKERY EXHIBITS.

Apples (last season's).—Mia L Giddeus laud 2.

Preserved Fruits, four varieties, one bottle of eaoh.—Mrs F Williams 1, Mrs J Gaskiri 2.

Jam, four varieties, one pot Of each—Mrs F Williams 1 and 2. .

Pickles, four bottles, variety— Mrs W Cossar 1, Mrs F Williame 2. :

Marmalade—Mrs Barker 1, Mrs Loete 2. 1 Bott/e Chutney—Mrs Barker 1, Mrs F. Williams 2. 1 Bottle Homemade Wine—Mrs O. R, Mooie 1. No,n°Beparator Butter—Mrs Donovan 1 ( Mrs King 2. Separator Butter—Mrs Latter 1, Mre J. A. Bell 2; -

Homemade Bread—Mra Donovan 1, Mre T, Ware 2. 1 Sponge Cake—Mre Leete 1, Mre Glan> 7ille 2.

1 Sponge Sandwich—Mrs Kotloweki 1, Mrs Kay 2. 1 Fruit Cake—Mrs Glanville 1, Mrs J*t. Bhcdes 2, 1 Seed Cake—Mrs 0. Pool 1, Mrs W* Co3ear 2. 1 Madeira Cake -Mrs D, McKay 1, Mrs W Costa* 2. ' . 6 Soones—Mrs McKay 1, Mrs Leete 2. 6 Girdle Sconce—Mrs McKay 1, Mrs Jal Rhodes 2. Plum Pudding—Mre Barker 1, Mrs Cossar 2

Toff Pastry—Mrs Barker I, Mra Jas. Rhodes 2,

ShoHinad -Mrs Lseie 1. Mrs W. Cossar '2 Hun-A. H iMoharl I.J.n. Peltigrew 2 Honey - Mm 1, Rnrrett nnd Bray 2 Twelve Heaviest Hen Eggs-Mrs Cosear I, tff.i Wiilinim 2, Dairy Chee3B (this season p)-Mr Jas Wright I. _______

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Bibliographic details

COOKERY EXHIBITS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 21 November 1913

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COOKERY EXHIBITS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 21 November 1913

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