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SUMMEK SHOW. The summer show was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Akaroa, on Tugs day There was an excellent entry o vegetables and fruit, hut- the classei , for flowers and sundries were poorlj ' filled. The quality of flowers showi was good, but in many classes then 3 was no competition, Mr W. J r Courtier kindly acted as judge. i In the evening a promenade con 3 cert was held. Afternoon tea am 3 supper were given, the proceeds in ait a of the Peninsula Soldiers' Queet t which netted £3 Is 6d. A produa stall and the auction of flowers anc a vegetables brought £6 17s 6d, while £'. 1 3s 4d was made by the sale of huttoi ' holes, and £1 7s in guessing weight o a cake. The cake was won by Mr L Hemery. The Peninsula war fund benefitted to the amount of £12 9s 4d Tbe following was the programmi of tbe concert :—Pianoforte duet Miss Gibb and Mr A. Guernsey song, Mr Guernsey; pianoforte solo Mrs Landstrumm; recitation. Mrs Frye ; song, Mies Orkney ; pianoforte solo, Mrs tJauchop ; song, Mr Guernsey. The following ia the prise list:— 3 Roses, varieties - F. Armstrong 1 and 2 3 6 Roses, varieties— F Armstrong 1 i 9 Hoses, varieties—F. Armstrong 1 and 2 1 3 Cactus Dahlias, varieties—Mrs G. Arm ■ strong 1, Miss B Jacobson 2. I 6 Dnhlias—Mrs G Armstrong 1 4 varieties of Verbenas —Miss E Jacobeor , 1 » 3 varieties of Stock—Miss A Lelievre 1 ' 3 Carnations—Mrs Jos Armstrong, Stonej • Bay, 1 ; 6 Carnations Mrs Bunny. 1, Mrs Jos Arm trong 2 C'oilection Carnations—Mrs Bunny 1, Mrf Jos Armstrong 2 3 varieties Geraniums—Mrs H Wiikins 1, Mrs G Armstrong 2. Mrs Leete h c 1 6 varieties Geraniums—Mrs G Hammond 1 1 3 Pelargoniums -Misi M Westenra 1 and 1 2 6 Pansies, varieties W Jacobson 1 12 Pansies, varieties—Mrs Bunny I 3 Lilies, varieties -Mrs E E Lelievre I, Master B Leete 2 Phlox Drummondi, 6 varieties—Mrs G Armstrong 1, Mrs E E Lelievre 2 Phlox Drummondi, 12 varieties—Mrs G Armstrong 1 3 Sweet Peas, varieties—W Nekton 1, Miss E Jacobso 2 6 Sweet Peas, varieties—W Newton l.Miss E Jacobson 2 9 Sweet Peas, varieties—W Newton 1, Miss E Jacobson 2 12 Sweet Peas, varieties—W Newton, H Newton 2 Collection Sweet Peas—H Newton 1. W Newton 2 6 varieties Sweet Peas for competitors wbo have never won a prize—Mrs H Wiikins 1, W Newton 2 G D'anthuc, varieties— Miss E Jacobson 1 6 Petunias—Mrs G Armstrong 1, Mrs H Newton 2 f-alphiglossis, 6 varieties—Mrs G Armstrong 1 6 Gaillardias—Miss E Jaoobson. 4 Penstemons —F Armstrong 1 Bouquet—Miss N Lelievre 1, Mrs FergUßon 2 G Buttonholes, open—Mrs Ferguson 1. Miss E Adams 2 3 Buttonholes, children under 12—Miss 5 Thomas 1, Miss B Wiikins 2 2 Lady's Sprays—Miss N Lelievre 1, Mies M Lelievre 2 2 Vases Cut Flowers—Miss D Leete 1, Mrs F Armstrong 2 Best Decorated Table—Miss, N Lelievre 1, Mias B Jacobson 2, Miss D Hayward 3 20 Cherries—Mrs Bunny 1 and 2 12 Bnnehes Bed Currants—Mrs Leete 1, Me B L' etc 2 12 Bunches White Currants—Mrs Lee'e 1 lii Bunches Black Cui"ant3—Mrs Leete 1 5 Apples, this season's -Mrs Leete 1, F Armstrong 2 5 Apricots—Mrs H Woodill 1, F Lelievre 2 12 Plnms —Miss Barrett 1 5 Peaches—Mrs Bunny 1, Mrs A Rhodes 2 Mrs Leete bo 20 Raspberries—Mr L Haylook 1, Mrs Lento 2 Collection Fruit—Mrs Leete 1 SUNDEIIES. 2 lbs Butter—Mrs J W Hayward 1, Mrs HI Woodill 2 Homemade Bread—Mrs F Lelioyra 1, Mrs E. L. Leliovre 2 1 Sponge Cake—Mrs J W Hayward 1 1 Sponge Sandwioh—Mrs Hayward 1, Jack Ferris 2 1 Seed Cake—Mrs C Pool I Shortbread—Miss J Lelievra 1, Miss G Leliov g 2 Puff Pa3try—Mrß J Rhodos 1 and 2 6 Scones—Miss Checkley 1, Mrs H Woodill 2 6 Girdle Scones—Mrs J W Hayward 1, Mrs J Rhodes 2 Plum Puddiu3-Mrs J W Hayward 1. CHILDREN'S CLASSES. Seed Cake—Mis* D Checkley 2 Small Cakos, 3 varieties of ouch—Miss D Checkley 1 0 Soones—Miss G Woodill 1 Rook rakes—Miss D Chpokley 2

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AKAROA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3511, 8 January 1916

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AKAROA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3511, 8 January 1916

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