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The following completes tie prize list of the Cambridge Show:— '■ * Mela Produce (Judges, Messrs. S. Pisher and iXI. B-vrtler). —<Jnarter-busliel A-lceriaii oats: W. washer 1. Chaff (best all Tonnflj: W. Gray 1. Potatoes, ted (other than Late Rose): , H. W: .Maekereth 1. -Potatoes (airy white variety): <W. <2cay 1, J. Obamibers 2. (Potatoes (Up-to-iDate, 321'b): -H. W Mac•kereth 1, Eric T. Wallace 2. Carrots (lon*, red): Eric Mack 1/A. Wallace 2."'Carrots .(white Celglan): W. Tucker 1, Eric Mack 2 Parrots (yellow): E-ric Mack 1; W. Tucker 2. 'Mangolds (yellow globe-or tankard): a. W. Mackerefch 1, A. Wallace 2. Moago-lds (long,.red): T. Wells. 3f. Banks 1, R. Simpson 2. Swedes (three heaviest)! S. ißaTdy 1, (N; Banks 2. Turnips' (soft white flesh), three): N. ißanks a. Field pumpkin , (heaviest): G. B. Parker I,' W. T. Wallace 2 ■Maize (six co"be): W. Tucker 1, A. Wallace 2. Swedes'(six): iN. Banks: 1 end 2, Robt. Simpson 3. Imperial green globe : turnips' (three): N. 'Banks 1 and 2. Mammoth long red mangold: T; Wells 1. Tellow globe 'mangold: A. Wallace 1, a. Simpson. 2. ■Garden Prt>duee <Judge, iMr. WJ IF. IBuekland).—Collection of 'vegetables 02 Tarleties): Mrs. Uangmulr 1. 'Six -onions: RoyRoberts 1, Mrs. McCnllaglj- 2. Onions (six heaviest): H: C. jßertelseff 1, Wallace 2. 'Esclialots <12 U>est): A. 'Wallace 1,- (Mrs. McCulliijrh -2. leeks (six ibest): Miss Dangmuir il and special. Parsnips (tbree 'best): J. 'Bynie 1, A. Wallace's. Pumpkins (table): W. "2. Wallace 1, G. Ec Parker 2. Vegetable' mario-w: Hoy Roberts 1 and 2. Citron melon: Miss M. Bertelseu 1,. J. SUairkey 2.. Piemelon E Boy 'Roberts a and 2. •Beetroot: H. Maekereth~-1, A".'Wallace 2.; ' <sarAot3: yv. Tucker 1, J. (Bxrrie .2. 'Red- Carrots': W Tucker 1, A. 'Wallace 2.' Celery: J. =WV !Miller .1, B. Sharkey 2. Cabbage: Mrs. W. Nlcholls 1, X- Byrne 2. Onions: W. Tucker 1, Mrs. M'cCulla«li 2. Ourjy Kale: .Mrs. McCullagh 1, 3, 'Artichokes: iVTis's •Lansmulr 1; . , -( , : IPrult, .Preserves,, etc. (judge, air. J. Ash■wln). —iDessert Apples: J.- Keeley 1, J. Sharp 2. Cooking apples: J.. Keeley I...six coobiug opples: J: Sharp 1. Keeley 2. Six dessert apples: J. Sharp 1, :T. Wells 2. Quinces: H. O. Bertelsen 1, ■T. Simpson■ 2. Pears: T. Wells 1 ana' 2. "ißliubarb: E. Watford 1 and 2. Cape gooseberries: W. Tucker 1. ' Jolly: "Mrs.- Christie 1, Miss Fisher 2. Preserved fruit: 3llss E. Sell d, Mies C, Kite. 2. • (In cqmb):.A. B. Trythall 1. . iHotiey..'(strained)j-'A." B. -Try■thall 1, ' *. ' . " "- ~

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THE CAMBRIDGE SHOW., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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THE CAMBRIDGE SHOW. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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