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PENINSULA HORSE SHOW.

COMMITTEE MEETING.

A corarnittfe meeting waa held on Saturday. F. Williams (Chairman), W. W. Williams, B, Barker, W. Warner, T. Mould, T. B. McKenzie, B. A. Pettigrew, D. McKay, T. Stewart, J. Gaskin, J. Cairns, A. Williams, E. Latter,

The miuute* of the previous meeting were read and confirmed.

JUDGES.

' A letter was read from Mr A. E. Lowe -agreeing to.act a* judge of the horticultural section.

Mr JBY Davie, Akaroajwro c agreeiog to act as judge with Mrs Bel! of tbe cookery exhibits. The chairman said he belie/ed there would be no difficulty about judges for the horses. Messrs Stoddard and Sootfc had been appointed. As regards the luncheon, that had been secured on the same terms as last year. It was agreed that the work ,of preparing the ground for the Show ebould be started on the Monday before the Show, and a working bae was fixed up in the room. Mr Warner moved it be left in the chairman's hands to arrange re a sheep for weight-guessing competition. Seconded by Mr Cairns and carried.

NEW MEMBERS

The following new members were elected, bringing the membership up to 121:—Messrs C. Mann, J. D, Bruce, B. G. Mora, G. Harris, J, H. Williams, B. Curry, T. L. F. Kay, A. Mclnfcosh, S. BirdliDg and H, Bell.

GATE

Messrs Warner aDd Stewart kindly offered to aot as gatekeepers. Mr Warner would take the gate at Duvauobelle hall. Mr McKay suggested that it would be a good idea to have ribbons to de, oorate horses. Mr Pettigrew said that the tickets BDOUIuV be put 00 offside of the horses to allow the public to see. Mr 1 McKenzie moved the ribbon be procured to decorate horsesSeconded by Mr Warnec and car-

ried,

Mr Pettigrew moved that the matter of procuring the requisite ribbon be left to the ohairman and secretary. Seconded by Mr McKay and carried Mr T , Mould drew attention to the late start made in the judging. The chairman said tbat the judging would be expedited aa much as possible, but it was alwaya a difficult matter to get an early start, and there was the public to consider also, as the bulk did not arrive till after 11 a.m. The meeting then terminated.

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Bibliographic details

PENINSULA HORSE SHOW., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914

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PENINSULA HORSE SHOW. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914

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