CAMBRIDGE CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW.
THE TRIBE LIST. The Cambridge Chrysanthemum Show was opened this morning in flne weather. The display of blooms was very good. Cut Blooms, Open Ci«bs.—24 Japanese, 15 varieties: Miss H. Wells 1, Mrs Sharkey 2, Miss Eweu 3 12 varieties Japanese: Mr T. Wells 1, Mr Sharkey 2, Miss Sharkey 3. 0 varieties Japanese: Mr Ewen 1, Mr T. Wells 1!, Mrs Sharkey 3. 12 varieties Incurved: Mrs Sharkey 1. <5 varieties Incurved: Mrs Sharkey 1, Joe Sharkey 2. Ladles' Class.—lß Japanese, 12 varieties: Mr Wells 1, Miss Ewen 2. 12 varieties Japanese: Mr Wells 1, Miss E. Sharkey 2. 0 varieties Japanese: Miss IMchardson 1, Miss Ewen 2. 0 varieties Incurved: Mrs Sharkey 1, Miss E. Sharkey 2. Youug People's Class.—l 2 Japanese, 0 varieties: Miss J. Sharkey 1. Joe Sharkey 2. 0 varieties Japanese: Joe Sharkey 1, Jessie Sharkey 2. , , Xovlce Class, for those who have never won a prize for cut blooms. —12 chrysanthemum blooms: D. McLean" I.' IVWilllams 2., (! chrysanthemum show blooms: I'-. -Williams 1, D. McLean 2. Miscellaneous - Open Classes.—Champion Japanese,' Champion Incurved—o- blooms, one variety Japanese: IS. Sharkey 1. Sirs. Sharkey 2. G blooms, one variety, incurved: Mrs. Sharkey 1, Miss Sharkey 2. Tabic Oecoratious, any flowers, foliage, ferus, leaves, and berries allowed: Mrs. Nixon 1, Miss Richardson 2, Miss Bell 3. One vase, to contain 25 Japanese show blooms, any foliage allowed: Mrs Rlchurdson 1, Miss Ewen 2, Thos. WeUs 3. Vase of 25 incurved blooms: Miss E. Sharkey 1, Mrs Richardson 2, Mrs Sharkey 3. Vase of 12 Japanese show blooms: Mrs Richardson 1. Miss Richardson 2. Vase of eper.ne of autumn leaves and berries: Mrs Veale 1, Mrs Nixon 2. 4 varieties decorative chrysanthemums: T. Wells 1, Mrs Wells 2, Miss Jiwen 8. Vase or epergne. suitable for dinner table: Miss Wells 1, Mrs Nixon 2. Shower bouquet: Miss D. Roberts 1, Miss Christie 2. Hnnd bouquet: Miss Bell 1, Mrs Veale 2. 2 buttonhole sprays: Mrs Nixon 1, Mrs Richardson 2. 2 ladles' sprays: Miss Richardson 1, Miss Bell 2. 12 varieties enctus dahlias: Master Simpson 1, T. Wells 2. 0 varieties cactus dahlias: Master Simpson 1, T. Wells 2. 24 cactus dahlias, not less than 10 varieties: Master Simpson 1, T. Wells 2. Collection of gladioli: T. Wells I. Collection of begonias: W. F. Buckland 1 and 2. Collection of phlox: ,T. Chambers 1. Young People's Class. —Table decorations: Miss Dickenson 1. Miss Christie 2, Miss Dogherty 3. Hanging basket: Miss M. Onyons 1, Miss Dogherty 2. Flora' design: Miss V. Dogherty 1. Tot Plants.—Fern, other than Adiantum: Mrs. Hudder 1 and 2. Adiantum fern: Miss Christie 1. Mrs. 11. Bell 2. Japanese fern, ball or design: Sirs. McCuliagh. Tuberousrooted begonias: Mlas Laugmulr 1 and 2, C. Boyce h.c. Palm: Mrs. McCuliagh 1, J. Sharp 2 3 pot plants, in flower.: Mrs. Wells, 1. "Group pot plants. T. Wells 1. School Children's Class.—B Japanese show blooms: Jessie Sharkey 1, F. Chambers 2. 3 Japanese show blooms: Jessie, Sharkey 1, F. Chambers 2. Bridal Bouquet: Kenneth McDermott 1 and 2. Hand Bouquet: Kenneth McDermott 1 and 2. Children under 10 years.—Bridal Bouquet: Miss E. Roberts 1, Master F. Sharp 2. Hand Bouquet: Carl McDermott 1.
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