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BANKS PENINSULA A. & P. ASSOCIATION.

FIFTH ANNUAL SHOW

There is no doubt that the Banks Peninsula Show has come to stay, and will be successful as long as the Little River people put into the pre paration the same energy as that displayed at the previous shows. It was a pleasure to see the keenness di 3 played by all the officials of the Show, ] and they well deserve to reap the' success they did on Tuesday, in spite of the many factors against them. The strike made an enormous differ- j ence to the attendance, as so many men from the district bad enlisted as special constables, and as Tuesday was chosen as the day for opening Lytteltoo port none could get away for the day, and that meant that their wiveg and children were also absent. The weather was perfect all day up to 5 p.m.. when the Show was over, rain setting in as the crowd left the ground The Show was held on the Awa Ifci Domain for ibe, first time, and it had been predicted that the change of ground would result in a much smaller attendance. However, £68 was taken at the gate, as against £71 last year, and £85 in 1911. We believe that, if it bad not been for the strike, the gate money would have been up to £85 or over. Tbe trial on the Domain proved a success. Tbe ground was very compact, and people were enabled to see everything at once. It was feared the bees would be a trouble, but that proved incorrect. A grand stand is needed to make the ground ideal. When the belt of trees about the Domain is bigger, it will make a more pleasatfc picnic ground. Tbe ground com mittee ia to be congratulated on the i excellent way in which the ground was laid out. The Show Committee 1 was fortunate in having the use of the library and the Wairewa Council Chambers. The former building was used as a lady's waiting-room and secretary's office, and the latter was used for the judges' luncheon. Detention rings were provided for the horse clasees, and proved a good idea. Messrs H Mateon & Co. kindly lent the committee their yards for the cattle, sheep, pigs and dog classes, and the yards proved very suitable.

The work put in on the ground on Tuesday deserves special mention. The president (Mr W. H. Mont gomery), the two vice presidents (Messrs W. F. Parkinson and J. F. Buchanan) were ably seconded by a large body of the committee, and everything Went off smoothly, there being no delays of any kind. The secretary (Mr A. 8. Wat3on) was kept busy all day, as were his assistants, Messrs H. Blyth and H. Lewthwaite. The only pity was that the Show officials should have struck the most unfortunate day in the year for their attendance, and even then the gate was much higher than was anticipated, SHEEP. The sheep classes were not as well filled as last year, though the ex hibits were good. Mr I. Andrews and the Hon. R. H. Rhodes were the only exhibitors of English Leicesters, and Messrs R. W. Lochhead and W. 0. Rennie of Border Leicesters. There were .no Lincolns shown, and Mrs Arch McLacblan was the only exhibitor in Romney Marsh and Mr I. Andrews in Shropshire Downs and Ryelands Iα the crossbred classes, Messrs R. W. Lochhead, J. F, Buchanan and H, Lewthwaite were the most successful. Mr R, W. Lochhead's was the only entry for the pen of fat wethers. There were six entries for the pet lamb class, but only two pets were shown, Phyllis Allen's being first, and Nellie Patten's second, HORSES. The entries for the draught horse were good, and some first class animals were good. Mr G. Rennie won the prize for yearling colt or gelding. There were four yearling fillies entered, and of these Mr J Boag, jr., won the first and special prizes, R, W. Lochhead being second. James Wyllie won first and special prizes and second prize for the two year-old entire with his Baron Cedrie and Baron Bob 3. Mr Arohie McLachlan's was the only entry for the two year old gelding. There were live entries for the two year-old filly, and Mr James Wyllie won the first and special with Hewfiold3 Bonny. There wore only two entries for the two-year-old entire and for the threeyear old gelding. Mr A. E. McPherson's Dalmeney Forest gained the first and special in the one class, and Mr T. Carter's Sandy in the other class. Out of the jseyen entered for

he three year old filly, four were hown, and of these Mr R. W.

Rainey won the first and special, Mr R. W. Lochhead being second Mr A. E. McPherson'e Dalmeney Forest was the only entire shown. In the gelding (any age), Mr J. Davis's Punch bad first honours, while the Hon. R. H. Rbodee's Baroness Ruby

gained first and special in the dry mare clae?, Messrs A. and W. Gil-

1 nders . Royal Buby won first and special in the class for mare in foal with foal at foot, while Mr B. W. Lochhead was first in the teamg of two and three draught horses. Mr R, W. Rainey was placed first for the team of four draughts, while Mr J. 0. Coop won the prize for pair of hillside horses, Mr R W. Lochhead won the first and special prizes for spring dray horse, while Messrs Ridden 8r03.' Phyllis gained first honours for the spring dray horse. Mr F, G Stanbury won the first and special for the packnorse, In the class for the best draught mare, filly or gelding on the ground, to be decided by popular vote, the result was as follows ;—Mr H. 0. O'Leary's Judy (59 votes), 1 ; Mr G. H, Barnett's Jewel (37 votes), 1; Messrs A. and W. Gillanders , Royal Ruby (26 votes), 8. - LIGHT HORSES Th£ light horse classes were we!! filled, and there was good competition. Mr J. E, Dawson won the first and special prizes for the hackney entire, there being three entries. In the class for yearling colt, Mr T. Thotnp son's Joe was successful, and Mr J, F.

Buchanan in yearling, filly or gelding, Mr L. Priest's Rangi was ad judged beat in the two year-old class, while Mr A, H. Clark was successful in the broo:l mare class. In the 11 stone hack, Mr B. C. Rutherford's Ranui won first honours, while Mr L Matson'e Peach was placed second, and Miss Clifford's Kilmeney was h c.

That well known show horee The

Chief carried off the first prize for the 13 stone back, white Mr R. J. Flem ing won second place with a very use j ful looking aniraaJ, and Mr A. Ware's i Romeo was third. In the 15 stone hack class, Mr J, F. X Jamieson's fine bay gelding was easily first, while The Chief again won first and special for the lady's hack, while Mr B. C. Rutherford's Ranui was second. Mr B. Gread won the first for the best walking hack, A. Ware for the best jumper up to 13 stone, and Miss Rutherford for the 15 stone jumper. In the troop horse class, Mr S, D Boyce's Banner was placed first, with Mr H. Gardiner's Desmond second. Miss I, Rutherford's The Chief certainly deserved the prize for the best mannered hack on the ground, and Mr B. 0. Rutherford won the maiden hunter prize. In the class for most useful hack, Mr J. F Jamieson was successful. A good deal of interest was taken in the class for the best hack on the ground, on which a popular vote was taken. Eleven horses entered, and the result was as follows: —Mr S. D. Boyce's Banner (83 votes), 1; Mr J. F. Jamieson's (50 votes), 2; Mr R. J. Fleming's (24 votes), S. Mr G. R. Radford'a Ben won first prize for the class for maiden hackg, Mr R. J. Fleming being second. Mr J. E. Dawscn won the prize for entire travelling the district, while Mr S. D. ' Boyce'g Banner won the prize for best horse for mounted work. COBS AND PONIES.

In the cobs and ponies classes there were some excellent animals shown, and the judge found it difficult to make his decisions. Mr G. W. Smith's Sox won the first and special prizes for cob up to 15 hands, while Mr L. Matson's Reekie won premier honours in the clasa for child's pony under 12 hands. In the child's pony, under 13.2 hands, Mr L. Matson was agaitt successful with Queenie. Mr A, Ware's Ko ko won the first and special for hackney entire, and Mr F. G. Stenbury's Tini was selected as best out of the ten entered for the pony under 14,2 hands. Mr A. Ware was first in class for jumping pony, and Mr H, Ireland 2, HARNESS HORSES. There were some excellent entries for the harness classes. Mr J. F. K. Jamieson won first prize for best dog cart horse, while Mr 8. D. Bryce's Banner won the first and special prizes for the best single buggy or gig horse. Mis 3 Coop's Mapiri was ad judged best daisy-cart horse, while Mr A. E Birdling'a Archie was second, Mr F. Stanb.ury's Tini, though the best horse in the ring, had only been broken in two months, and was not , perfect as a harness horse. Five horses were shown in the class for best trotting horse in harness, and J Mr T. G. Harper's Proud Child was! first, Mr R, W. Anderson's second, and Mr J. Ga3kin's third. Three entries were received for best pair buggy horses, but Mr A.-S. Webster's Sunny and Laddie was the only pair shown. In the milk cart class there were five entries, and Mr S. S. Barclay's Nora was first, Mr H. Arnst's Starlight 2, Mr J. W- Clarke's Dolly 2. CATTLE.

There were 64 entries for cattle as against 54 last year, and some very ftne beasts were shown, including some prize winners at tbe Metropolitan Show. Mr E. A. Patten's Jersey bull was a fine beast, while Mr J. 0 Coop'a pen of three yearling steers were a good well grown lot. Mr T, Thompson's yearling Shorthorn heifer was the only entry, and was a very good exhibit In the Holstein cow class Mr H, T. Chapman's "Glenavin Leila," which woja firsfc honours, de serves special mention, In the class for crossbred cows suitable for dairy* iog it is gratifying to note what an excellent c.ass of eight entries was shown. Mr J Londrigan, sen , won tbe first and special prizes, while Mr T. G Harper was second, and tbe Hon. W, Montgomery third. In the class for crossbred store steers three pens were shown of uniformly good beasts, Mr J. 0. Coop's pen was placed Ist, Mr J. F. Buchanan's 2nd, and Mr P. Fabey's 3rd. There wer<3 some excellent fat cattle shown. In tbe class for pen of three fat bullocks Mr J. F. Buchanan won the first and special prizes, Mr J. 0, Coop being second. In the*cfass for team of eight bullocks, Messrs £2. and J. 0.

liny won first place W bun excellei t lot, wbile Mr J. Chapman, sen , wne secood Iα the bullock driving corepetition Mr J. Chapman, jr,, won first and fpecial prize?, and Mr J. Cbapman, sen., was second. As usual tbe bullock team c'asses were watched with interest, and large numbers had a free ride in the waggons. Mr R, Latter judged thesa das'e?. PIGS. The entry of pigs, though not very large, was of an excellent standard, and much tbe best ever shown at Little River, The Yorkshire classes were especially good, notably the boar and sow over twelve months. Mr J. Hadley and \V. Montgomery divided honours in these classes. There was an entry of four very good animals for the baconer under l6Oibg, Mr J. Hadley winning first and special and Mr A. Murray second prize. DOMESTIC PRODUCE. The entries for tbe domestic produce were as numerous as last year, but the quality was not so good. It is worthy of comment that not a single entry was received for the cheese classes 1 Considering the Peninsula is co re ' nowned for its cheese, this seems an anomaly; but the four Glasses were empty. It ia to be hoped that next , year the farmers will make an effort to compete in these classes It was i noticeable that in the homemade bread none of the entries were up to ' weight (4lbs), and the judge had to 8 disregard weights. We would like to , make a suggestion that tbe girls' classes open to girls under 17 should bs made district, as there is so much professional work done that the local I home cooks bare no cbance. Perhaps it . would be better to have open and district classes as well, as the outside competition is excellent for raising the I standard. The prize-list includes a ' number of local ladies. Mesdames

Wornall, Hutnm, and Tyson took mo? t prize?, bat Mesdames J. Donovan, W, Cossar, F, Williams, A. E Harris, McManus, and Miss Amy Harris were some of the local people who obtained prizes. Mepsrs Barrett and Bray, S. Barclay, and W. L. McDonald were successful in the honey classes, while G. Radford won the first prize for one dozen fowl's eggs. POTATOES AND ROOTS. The classes for roots were better filled than usual, but there was a poor entry of vegetables. Mrs McLaehlan's entries in the root classes were especially good, GRAIN AND SEED 3. The exhibits in the grain and eeed classes have gone back, This is very unfortunate, and against the interests of "the growers, as the buyers come to these shows to see the seeds and make many enquiries about same. , DOGS. There were fewer entries in the dog classes. In the collies Mr A. Murray was first for short-haired, Mr J. Reynieh for lopg-haired, and Mr Waugh for bearded collies. Mr 8. LeOocnte won the prize for the shepherd's turnout, FLOWERS, The show of flowers was excellent, and much interest was taken in the various exhibits. Classes for roses were welkfilled. In these classes Mrs Montgomery and Mr F. Armstrong were the chief prize winners. Mr Armstrong took his roses over from Akaroa by car, and proved that it is quite feasible to carry blooms over the hill without damage. There were five entries for tb.9 table decoration, Miss McNaught and Mrs Crockett being first and second, both being .done with sweet peas. Another feature of the flower section; wag the excellent show of sweet peas by Meßdames MoManus, Murray and Crockett. Mr Nairn brought down a fine collection of flowers for exhibition only. SIDE &HOWSThere were the usual number of side shows on the ground, where jewellery was displayed for sale, and the scientific game of hoop-la indulged in. There were boxing contests, Gipsy queens who wrote mysterious letters, and an American with an endless vocabulary selling potato knives, fountain pens and anything people would huy. The luncheon and afternoon tea booth was muoh patronised, and many teapots of boiling water sold to those picnicing on the ground. The following is the prize list, the number of entries in the eeveral classes being given in parentheses: — SHEEP. English leicesters—Bam, any age (4); I Andrew 1 and 2; Bam under 18 months (4) —I Anderw 1 and vhc, E H Bhodes 2. Ewe, wet, any age (4)—B H Rhodes 1,1 Andrew 2 and vho. Two Ewes under 18 months (3)—, I Andrew 1, B H Bhodes 2. Border Leicesters—Earn, any age (2): B W Lochhead 1 and 2. Bam under 18 monthe (4)_BW Lochhead 1, W 0 Bennie 2 and vho. Ewe, wet, any ege (3) B W Lochhead I and 2'WO Bennie vho. Two ewes, under 18 months (4)—B W Lochhead 1, W 0 Ben- ! nie 2 and vhc.

Bomneys—Ram, any age (1): Mrs A MoLaehlan 1. Earn, under 18 months (1): Mra A MoLachlan 1. Ewe, wet, any age (1)— MrS A McLacblan 1. Two eweß under 18 ncontts Mrs MoLachan 1.

gbrcpshires—Ram, any age (1): I Andrew 1. Ram under 18 months (3) —I Andrew 1, 2, and o, Ewe, wet, nny Age (2)— l Andrew 1 and 2. Two ewes under 18 months (1)— I Andrew 1.

Ryelands—Earn, any age (2): I Andrew 1, Rnra under 18 months (2)— l Andrew I and 2 Ewe, wet, any age (I)—I Andrew 1. Two

ewes onder 18 months (I)—I Andrew I, Crosabreds—Three ewes with lambs (2)— B W Lochhead 1, Three baifbred ewes with lambs (I)— J F Buch»nari .1. Three crossbred hoggets by English Leicester ram- (4)— J F Buchanan 1, H Lewthwaite 2. Three crosF h bred hoggets, any bre d (4) -J F Buohanan 1, H Lewthwaite, 2. Hon. W. Montgomery vhc, G Stanbu y c. Fat Sheep—Five croasbrede utdsr 30 months, maximum weight 701b (I)—B W Lochheadl. Miscellaneous—Pet Lambs (6)—Phyllie Allen 1, Nellie Patten 2, Charlie Barclay vhc HORSES. Draughts—Yearling colt or gelding (3) G Rennie 1 and speoial, J Boag, jun 2 . Yearling filly (7) J Boag 1 and epeoial, B W Lochhead 2, G Bennie vbo, O Bathgen C. Two year entire (4)— James Wyllie'e Baron Cedrio 1 and special, Baron Bobs 2, fifl Bhodes vhc. Two year gelding (I)—A MoLachlan 1 and special. Two year filly (C) — J Wyllie 1 and special, T Davis 2, B VV Bail ney vhc, Three year entire (2) -A E Mmphereon'e Dalmeny Forest 1 and special, D Millar 2. Three year gelding (2) T Carter 1 2andspeoial. Three fear filly (7)-R W Bainey 1, 2 anp special, B W Locbnead vhc aud c, Entire (1)— A E Macpherson'a Dal" rneny Forest 1 and special Gelding, any Wfl (3) -J Davis 1 and epecial, J J McOarthy 2, T Feather vho. Dry mare, any ago (8) — EH Bhodes 1 and special, GBarnetU, B W Locbhead vho ana o. Mare ia foal or with foal (s)— A and W Qillanders 1 and spe oial, B W Bainey 2, Team of two, any Age (6)-B W Baiaeyl, vho and special, B W Lochhead 2. Team of three, any Age (8) — B W Bainy 1 aud special, B VV Lochhead 2. Team of four, any age (3)—B W Bainey 1 and speoinl, li W Lochhead 2. Hillside pair (2)— J 0 Coop 1 and speaial, 3 Tini 2, Springcart horse to draw 3Oowt (7)—B W Lochhead 1 and special, J J MoOarthey 2, Mrs M Birdiing vho, H G O'Leary c. Far' mere' spring dray horse to draw 2Oowt (4)— Bidden Bros 1 and special, 8 T Hards 2, Jf G Stanbury vho, H Arnsfc o. Paokborse with gear (9)~-F G Btatibur? 1 and special, S T Harris 2, D Riohatds vhc, J F Buchanan o Light Horses—Hackney entire, any age (3): J IS Dawson 1 and speoial, G Scarlett 2. Yearling colt (2): T Thompson 1 nnd special. Yearling filly or Raiding /3): J F Buohanan 1 and speoial, Mra H Petrie 2. Two year gelding or filly (6): L Priest 1 and special, Ci Colombus 2. J 0 Lookhead vho, Broad mare in foal or with foal (4); A H Clarke I and special, h D btanbury 2, J Chapman sen., ho. Eleven stone haok (9): B C Buther1, LMataon 2, Miss Clifford vho. Thirteen stone hack 9 —Miss I Kutberford 1, R J Fleming 2. Fifteen stone hack (6)—F X J Jamison 1, G 0 Butherford 2, A and W Gillanders vho, lady's hack (11)—Mise I Butherford's The Chief 1 B C Butnerford. 2, L Mat* eon vbc, A and W Gillanders o. Walking hack (s)—B Gread 1. Thirteen stone jumper (i) -A Ware IBC Butherford 2. Fifteen stone jumper (3)— Miss Butherford I and epecial, B Butherford 2,1 Biordaa vbo. Troop horse, in saddle (G)-S D Boyoe 1 H Gardiner 2 E Gray vho. Best mannered hack (8) —Mass I Botherford'aT The Chief ISO Kuthertord 2 Maiden hunter (5)-B Ollutherford 1 IBior. dan 2. Moat useful and aotive back <7)*-J F X Jamieson 1 S D Boyoe 2. Best hack .Oα ground, judged by publio (11)—SD Boycs'a Banner 1 J Jamieson 2 ft J Fleming 3. Maiden hack (7)-G Bedford 1 B Fleming 2. Entite, travelling in district (2)— J Dawson 1. Troop horse, owned by member of mounted corps (4)-S D Boyoe 1 B-Gtay 2. Cobs and Ponies—Cob, up to 15 hands CI 1): G W Smith 1, L Mataon 2, W B Badford v ho. Child's pony, under 12 bands, ridden by child under 12 (7): L Matson 1, Iris Montgomery 2, Mrs A F Moore vho. Child's pocy, not over 13.2 hands, ridden by boy or girl under 15 years (7) : L Malßon 1, G Kennie 2, Mrs A F Moore vhc. Pony entire (5): A Ware's Koko 1, G Cooper's Merry King 2, H. Paterson's Dandy Progress vhc. Pony, not ex«. ceeding U2 hands (14) -F Ot Stanbury 1, J Parkinson 2, B J Fleming vhc.

Harness Horses—Dogoart horse, io bar,, ness (s)— J F X Jamieeon 1 and special, W ElatJi 2. Single baggy or gig horse, under 13.2 bands (7)—ls D Boyoe 1 and special J 0 Coop 2, F Coop vhfl. Daisy oart boree. under 14 3 hands (4)—Misa Ooop 1 and special, E Birdtfni? 2. Trotting horse, in harness (6;—T G Harper 1 and special, R W Anderson 2, J Gaekin V ho. - Buggy pair, 15 2 bands or under (3) —A S Webeter 1 and special. Mitkoart horse (s)— 6 S Barclay 1 and special, H Arnst 2, 3 W Clarke v h c CATTLE. Calves - Five calres (I)—H Beid 1. Hei/er .". Odlf ()) — H Beid 1. Bulls—Yearling Shorthorn {1)-A Chatn< borlaia 1 and Bpocial. Two-year Shorthorn (1) -A Chamberlain 1 and special, Yearling Jersey bull (2)— Mrs A McLaohlan 1 and speciil, D Millar 2. Two year Jersey boll m_W E RadJord 1. Three year Jersey boll (2)—E A Patten 1 and special,, W D Jftrden

2. Yearlinj? Hohtein bull (2)-H JM h'.p. manl" Two year Holsteln bu!l (2) -JO Coop 1 and i. HoY in bull, over two years (2)__H T Ove lon 1. ~ Steers, cows and heifers -Three year ;n R eteera (1)~J 0 Coop 1. Three jenrltng heifers (3) -J 0 Coop 1. Yearling Short, horn heifer (I)-T Thompson I. Three rear Shorthorn hrifer (2)~A Chamberlain 1 end apeoial. J Lonrfrigan, 2, Shorthorn oow, in milk (t)-Hon. W Montgomery 1. Yearling Jersey heifer (1) Mre A MoLaohlan 1 Two year Jersey heifer (d) Mrs A MoLaoblan 1 and epeoia). E A Patten 2 and vho. Jersey cow (2)-E A Patten land epeoial, Mre A MoLaohlan 2. Holstein cow in milk (3)-H T Chapman 1 Crossbred oow. in milk (8)-J London, sen., 1. T 0 Harper 2, Hon. W Montgomery v h o. fluee crossbred two to three year steers (3) -J U Coop 1. J F Buchanan 2, P Fahey vh o. Team oi eight bullooka, in waggon (4)— is and J C Hay 1 and speoial. J Chapman, sen 2- Bullock driving oorapetition (6)-J Chapman, jun., 1 and speoial, J Chapman, een.i 2 and special for most tractate team Fat Cattle-Two ymr bullock (3)-F Fahav 1, J 0 Coop 2, V Craw v he. Two ,2 hi (2)-A Chamberlain 1, 8 T Harm 2 Fat cow (2)-R Chamberlain 1, 1 Thompson 2. Three bullocks, average Jeight not exceeding 800 b, 2 -J P Buchanan 1, JO Coop 2. piQs Berkshire-Boar, over 12 mcntbs, 1-J Hadley 1. Boar, under 12 months, 2 -J Hadley 1 and 2. Sow, over lj» *<;?"». 2 ~ 3 Hadley 1 and 3. Sow. with litter, 1-J Yorkshires—Boar, under 12 months, 2 J Hadley 1 and 2. Boar, over 12 month?, i—> HadleJ 1, Hon. W. Montgomery 2. Sow, over 12 months, 2-Hon. W. Montgomery I, J Hartley 2. Sow, under 12 months. I-J Hadley 1. Sow, with litter, 1-J Hadley 1 an Oross e b°re!is-Three porkers, not exceeding 901b, I-J Hadley 1 and special. Sow, with litter, Hon. W. Montgomery 1 andl epeoial. Baconor, not exceeding 1601b, 4-J Hadley 1 and special, A Murray 2 and v h c. DOMESTIC PEODUCE. Freeh butter, non separator-Miss J Tyson 1 Mrs D Hampton 2. Miss Wornall vhe, Mn EOalpino. Factory bnttet-Oentaal Dairy Company 1. Farm separator butter-Mrs W Syme P 1 and speoial, Mrs E Fell 2 and vhe, Mre S Hummo. Salted but er-Mre W Syme 1 and special, Mrs F De me 2, Mrs S Hnmm vbc, Mrs Wornall o. Homemade bread-Miss L Maw 1 and sp'Oial. Mrs D Hampton 2, Mra W Cossar vhe. Baker d brown breaa-L W Be.ley 1 and special. Plain oven eoonee-Mrt • Wornnll 1 and ape eiftl, Mies Otley vho. Mrs J B Webster o. Sweet oven scones-Mrs SHnmniMidßt Wornall equal 1 and Fpecial, Mra W Syme vho, Mrs J Donovan r. Homemade short bread-Mrs L B Osborne 1 and epeoia'. Mrs Wornall 2 and vho, Mrs B H Bowell o Homemade email cakes-lvlrs WornaH and f pecial. Mrs 8 Humm vho Homemade fancj bIMuU«-Mr» Wornal! 1, Mrs S Humm vho Homemade plain cake-Mra Wornall 1, 2 and epeoial Mrs W Syme vhe, Miss; L 11 Oaborne o. Homemade rioh cake-Mrs Wor nail 1,2 and special, M'sß HBo*el vh". Wornall vhe and o. Collection of P«wyMra Womall 1, Miss Amy Harris 2 Pike-leta-Mias J Tyson 1 and special, Miss Amy Harris 2, Mrs Wornall vho, Mra 8 Humm o Plum pudding-Mrs H Sohnelle 1 and spe cial, Mrs Wornall 2 and vho. Mrs W Syme o Homemade jams -Mra F MoManus I, Mrs H Sohnelle 2, Mrs F Williams vhe, Mrs E fi Bowell o. Marmalade-Mi sA E Harris 1 j and special, Mra E H RoweU 2. Mrs Wornall I vho.Mrs P MoManus o. Homemade jelheaMra Wornall 1 and speoial, Mrs F Crockett 2 Miss J Tyson >ho, Mrs H Schnelle o. Home made preserved fruita-Mrs W H Jaeikman 1 end 2. Homemade pickles-Mrs W H.Jack man 1 and c, Mra W Oossai> 2, Mrs H Sohnelle vhe, Honey in jara-W L Donald 1 and Bpeoial. Mre H Schnelle 2, Barrett and Bray vhe, S H Barclay o, Honey in combBarrett and Bray 1, W L Donald 2. Fowls' BKRS- Q Kadford 1 and special. Mrs W Syrnes 2 Mrs A Moliaohlan vho, Mra W Coisar c , Dnoke Bggß—Ml93 A Stacleton. Homemade viae, any variety-Mrs J E Webster 1, T Gee a and o, Mra A B Harris vhe. Homemade tfodseherry wine-T Gee 1, Mrs H Sobrielle 2 and vho. Homemade Currant wine—Mrs A E Harris 1, Mrs H Sobnelle 2, Mrs D Thompson vho, Mrs H Sohnelle c. Home»oiHed unsmoked ham—G Stsobury 1 and epeeial, Mrs F MoManus 2. Apples—A B Patten 1 and speoial, Miss L II Oaborne 2. Gooseberries—F W Orookett 1, B Litten 2, Mre H B Hatohinaon vho Laundered Shirt j end dollate— -flire- 8 Humm 1 and special, Mrs F MoManus 2.

Glrlß , olaases under 17 - Sweet oven fcodbs Miaa Ivy Wornall 1 and ipeoial, Miss Winnie | Humm vho, Muriel Jackraann o; Homemade plain cake : Mies Ivy Wornall 1. 2. and spe oial, Miaa Lottie Bueeell vho, Muriel Jackman o; Homemade sponge sandwich: Miss Ivy Wornall 1, 2, and special, Miss Winnie Humm vbo, Mrs A MoLachlan o. Fmail j cakes: Miss Ivy Wornall 1 and special, Misß Winnie Humm 'vbo, Muriel Jaokman o. Col leoiion of paatry. Miss Ivy Wornall 1 and 2, Miss Winnie Humm 7ho. Pikelets; Miss Ivy Wornall 1, Miss Winnie Humm 2, Cartel Jackman vbo. BOOTS AND POTATOES. Blue potatoes—Mrs Major 1 Mra A McLaohlan 2 F W Gread vho. Eating potatoes | Mra A MoLaohlan 1 F G Stanbury a A MaoPhereon vho. Kidney potatoes—Mrs A MacLach'an I New potatoes—Mra J E Webster 1 H H Kimber 2BW Oookett vhc. Yellow mangels-Mra A MoLaohlan 1. Long red Hiangelß—Mrs A MoLaohlan 1 Colleotion of roots—Mrs A MoLaohlan 1. Peas-Mrs A B Harm 1 H H Kimber 2 M Thomas vho. Broad beans—Mrs H Sohnelle 1 Mrs A E Harris 2 F W Orookett vho. Colleotion of vegetables—Mrs F MoManus 1 and 2. Cabb-Bge-Mra A B Harris 1 H H Kimber 2 Mrs F MoManua vho. GRAIN AND SEEDS. Spring wheat—X W Lookhead I A Mac Phereon $ Short oats—9 Gibson 1, Long oats -A MaoPherson 1 Malting barley— J 0 Coop 1. Wind resisting barley—A E Harm 1. Peas -A MoPhereon 1. Perennial ryegrass—A Murray 1 A MoPherson 2 J E Webster vhc. Italian ryegraes— J 0 Coop 1. Bed oloyex and cowgrass—A MacPherson 1 White olovet—A MacPherson 1. Maohine. dressed cooksfoot— J 0 Coop 1. Unriddled ooofeefoot. L D St'anbuiy 1." Farmer's riddled cocksfoot: G Humphreys 1 J 0 Coop 2 Silver beet:.TO Coop 1. DOGS. Shorthaired Collie: A Murray 1 and special, G Btanbury 2 and special. Long - haired collie: J Bsynish 1 and special, J Jones 2 C Wood vho, Karetai Bros, o, Bearded oolie'. E G Waugh 1 and special, T Thompson 2, FLOWERS. Dinner table decoration—Mica MoNaught I, Mrs F Crockett ,2, Mies W Todd 3. Hybrid perpetual rosea— Mrs Montgomery 1, Mrs MoManua 2, Bichards vho. Hybrid tea rosea— Mr Armstrong 1, Mrs MoManus 2, Biohards 3. Tea roses—Mrs Montgomery .1 Premier rose bloom—Mrs Montgomery 1, Mn Parkineon 2, Mrs MoManua vfa o. Marie van Houte rose—Mrs Montgomery 1, Mrs Murray 2. Peninsula grown rose bloomMrs Montgomery 1 and 2, Blohards vho Bowl of roies -Mr Armstrong 1, Mrs Mont gomery 2. Twelve roses—Bioharda 1, J Stanbury 2. Single roses—Mra Parkinson 1 Sweet peas—Mrs MoManus 1 and 2, Murraj The Sweet peaa in bowl—Crockett 1, Mn MoManua 2 and vho. Pansies— J. Craw 1 J Moorhoad 2, Twelve pansiea—J Moorbem 1, F Joblin 2. Largest paneies— J Moorheac 1, Mra MoManus 2, Bowl of nesortet flowers—Crockottll, Mrs MoManua 2, J Par kinson Oi Btook— J Parkinson 1, Mn MoManua '2. Pot fern—Mrs MoManus 1 Geranium-Mrs MoManua 1 and 2. Mos tastefully arranged bowl of sweet peasMrs MoJJanus I and 2, Crockett vbo. Mos tastefully arranged bowl of roses: Mrs Mon gomery 1, W Parkineon 2 Mrs McManus vh Lady's bouquat arranged by boy or girl unde lit yeata : MoMnntia 1 2 and o ; Six roses Armstrong 1 and 2, Major vho, Stanbury o Boeo bloom : Armstrong 1 and 2, Major c Sweet p*as: MoManus 1 and vbo, Mies 0( ley 3. Paneies: 3 Moorhead 1, Armstronj 2, Bowl assorted flowers : Barclay I, Barri 3, Orookffltt vho Garanium blooms: Pattei 1, Mrs Mftnua 2 and vbo. OhiSdren's CUsees: Mignonette) B Mo Manna 1 and 9. Petunia B MoMonus 1 ant 9, Buttonhole: D MoManua 1, Lid;' |3or»y; P MoHanus 10 MoMrqub 9,

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BANKS PENINSULA A. & P. ASSOCIATION., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4352, 28 November 1913

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BANKS PENINSULA A. & P. ASSOCIATION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4352, 28 November 1913

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