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The w'n icrs ot th=) most point prizes were as follows ---Sheep classes, 1-33, fpr which Messrs Blackbu ne and .-mith gave a pnz o , was won g by Mr I. Andrew, while Messrs (i. Barclay,"s T. JEUrr.s und I. Andrews divide ihe most point* in fat sheep, In horse da* a*. tiO-79, BAEs'rs J; H, Selby and W. D. Macpbail wjo equal nutUr ber of points. In cattle, Mr Pipir's pr ze was won by Mr A Chunberlain. vwtb 22 poin'S. Mr H. E. B. Wii'Hoh ennin" second with m points. In fat cattle, Mr A. E. Birdling wias Mr J. E Fer. uson's prize. In domestic produce, Miss Irena Wornall had an easy win for Mr A. E. Birdling's uriz?. A ,- Most points roots and potatoes wis won by Mrs Arch. McLacblan, while Mr G. Rennie wins the N.Z Loan and Mercantile Agency's most points priz i in grain and sieds. In flowers, Messrs V, Coates <k Co.'s trophy was won t>y Mrs T. Ciockett with 22 points, Mr F. Armstnng coming second with 21. Competition o .— he following is the re suit :— Bu "o-:k (79<.)'.b)—Jas. Pettier w (799b), I ; X tl. l\t kinson and Mra D. Hu-t (798.1), y, rtlu-tp (17i5lbs)—L. Stanbury (1771b;, 1, J Uoi ie (173.$ bs), 2. Eunb (;ili:b.-) —Mm J. A. Donne (361b), 1; S H. Hbodes (36.?1b5), 2 The winner in ciass 110 for three crossbied storo st-ers (2 years old) was Mr P. Fah y I and W H Montgomery 2. Mr J. O. i oops bullocks, which were awarded first prz", were disqual'fi.d owing to being over the age. -

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PENINSULA A. and P. ASSOCIATION., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3457, 1 December 1914

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PENINSULA A. and P. ASSOCIATION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3457, 1 December 1914

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