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The following is a list of exhibitors gaining mo3b points in the various ieotiona with the speoial prizes donated to the exhibitor having most points:— All Horae Classes.—Mr R. VV. Rainey (18 points) wins Mr G. Armstrong's prize of £2 23. Harness Horses.—Mr H. D. Buchanan's prize of £2 2< for winner of jmost points. The following won 3 joints • — Miss Coop. Messrs J. Jamie eon, 8. D. Boyce, T. G. Harper, 8. Barolay and A. 8. Webster. Light Horses -Mr H. D. Buchanan's prize of £2 2*: Mr L. Matson, 11 points. Draught Horses -Mr R MeOar ■ ney's prize of £2 2s: Mr R. W. Bainey, 18 points. Pheep—Canterbury Frozen Meat Company's prize of £2 2a for most points in fab sheep classes: Mr J. Andrew, 46 points. Cattle-Classes 87—HI. Mr J. Perguson'a prize of £2 2s : Mj J. 0 Coop, 14 points. Classes H2-120, Mr A. J. Keith's gold raedal valued at JEB 8s: A, Chamberlain, 6 points, Dogs.—Mr J, Chapman's prize of 481 Is : Mr 8. Le Comfce, 5 points. Potatoei and Roots.-Mr F. Birdliog'e prize of £1 la: Mrs A. MoLach lan, 17 points. Grain and Seeds.-New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company's prize of £1 Is: Mr A. MoPhor eon, 17 points. Domeatio Produce,—Mr A. h. Birdling's prize of £2 2s: Mrs Wor nail, 48 points. Messrs Bishop and Co.'s prize of £1 Is to winner of moat points in children's classes: Miss Ivy Wornall, 28 points. Flowers.—Messrs G. Coates and Oo.'s prize of £1 59: Mrs F. MoManus, 42 points. Most points in Children's classes: Miss B. MoManus, 8 points, MOST POINT 3. Mrs MoManiis, with a total of 54, won Messrs Baines , and March's prize of £2 10s for exhibitor gaining most points throughout the show. WBIGHT GUESSING. The following are the results of the weight guessing competitions : — Bullock (correct weight 6501ns) — D, White 6501b5, 1; T. Beadel G4slbs, 2, Sheep (correct weight 1991ba)-W. F. Parkinson 197flbs, 1; W. H. Montgomery 2011bs, 2. Lamb (correct weight 491b5).—8. MoLtohlan 49lba, 1; J. O. Coop and R, Nome 48Jlbs (equal), 2.

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BANKS PENINSULA A. AND P. SHOW., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4353, 2 December 1913

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BANKS PENINSULA A. AND P. SHOW. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4353, 2 December 1913

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