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PENINSULA HORSE SHOW.

A-meeting'of the Peninsula Horse j Show was held at Duvauchelle, on Saturday, when the president (Mr F. W. Williams) presided over a meeting of fifteen. The balance sheet, as under, web adopted :-— Receipts.-Balance last y?ar, £11 Os 4d; subscriptions paid, £50; donations, £38 3s ; entry horses, £24 10s; entry competitions, £6 ss; entry flowers and cookery, £4 Is 6d gate, £17 3s 6d; sale of catalogues, £1 8s 9d ; weight-guessing, £4 53 ; total, £157 6s Id, Expenditure.—Prize money horses, £68 14s; prize-money oookery, £8 2s; prize flowers. £7* Is; printing and advertising, £15; rent, £5.105; luncheon and re frfsbments. £8 83'6d; cash prizes competition, 15s; extras, £6 13s 3d ; balance to credit, £37 2s 4d; total, £157 6s Id. Assetß.—Cash' assets outstanding, £19 6s. The president commented upon the favourable position of tbe Association, and it was decided not to go in for an extravagant policy nexfcyear.but to in elude a few classes for sheep and cattle. Hearty votes of thanks were passed to the judge's and the officials who worked so hard for the success of the show. Ten new members were elected.

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PENINSULA HORSE SHOW., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3457, 1 December 1914

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PENINSULA HORSE SHOW. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3457, 1 December 1914

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