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The summer of the West- Taieri Horticultural Society, which was held at Outram on Saturday, was in every way a snecoss. The number of entries received was well in excess of those at any previous show, and lire quality the exhibits in ;.l! claesec. reached a high standard. Mr Wm. T. Siiufs was an energetic secretary. The following completes the list of prizewinners: CUT FLOWFBS. Judge: Mr Seaton. Best three antirrhinums. Seven entries, —William T. Sings 1 and 2. Six annuals, one bunch of each.—Four entries.—Mrs S. B. Grant 1, Misa J. E. Cl.'ifiholm 2. Three carnations. Three entries.-—Miss J Bruce 1, J. 11. Bath-ate 2. Two disnthus. Five entries.-—Mrs T. B Grant 1. J. H. Bathgate 2. Vase of Cantcrbv.rv Bell*. Four entries. —Mrs Stewart 1. Mrs D. E, Grant 2. Two delphiniums. Three entries?.—Mrs vStewart, 1. f x Fcur geraniums. Two entries.—Miss Chisholm 1, Mrs Inglis 2 Twelve flowers, one truss or bloom, other than annuals. Five entries.—Mrs A. Grant 1, Mrs -S. B. Grant 2. Four pat sice. Ten 'mtries. —Guy Pickard 1, Miss, M'Bryde 2. W. T. Sings 3. Three lilies, one spike each. Three entries.—Miss Chisholm 1 and 2. _ Three geraniums, grown outside. Three onirics.—Miss Chisholm 1 and 2. Three nemetsia. Two entries.—James Miller 1. Two larkspurs. One entry.—-W. F. Mills L , Collection of roses, net less than six varieties. —One entry.—Mrs D. E. Grant 1. Three roses. Seven entries.—Mrs D. E. Grant 1. Miss L. Pardons 2. One rose, any variety. Five entries.— James Miller lj Miss E. Kempshell 2. Premier rose in show. Four entries.— Miss M. Parsons 1, Mrs D. E. Grant 2. Three Pour entries.—Mrs D. Wylio 1, Mrs Stewart 2. Three petunias, single. Four entries.— J. IT. Bathgate 1, Miss H. Patrick 2. Three seabiosa. One entry.—Mrs S. B. Grant- 1. Six bunches of .sweet peas. Iwo entries.— W. S. Sings 1, Mrs Inglis 2. Collection of sweet was. Three entries. —W. S. Sings 1. Miss Kempshell 2. Vase of white sweet peas. One entry.— W. S. Sings 1. Vase of pink or black sweet peas. Three entries.—Mrs Inglis 1, W. S. Sings 2. Four stocks. Three entries.—J. H. Bathgate 1. Mrs A. Grant 2. Threo sweet williams. Five, entries. — Miss J. Chisholm 1. Miss Kempshell 2. Three phlox, herbaceous. One entry.— Miss Kempshell 1. Three verbena. One entrv.—James Millev 1. Collection of carnal ionfi. Two entries. — J H. Batheato 1. W. S. Sings 2. Bridal bouquet. Two entries.—Mrs D. E. Grant 1, Miss Kempshell 2. Gentleman's buttonhole. Seven entries. —Mrs D. E. Grant- 1, Miss Rose Withers 2. Collection of geraniums. Two entries.— Miss Chisholm 1, Miss Kempshell. 2. Hand bouquet. Three entries. —Mrs Wilson 1. Mrs D. E. Grant 2. Collection of lilies. Five* entries.-—Miss Chisholm J. Miss Kempshell 2. nollertion of xtoc~k. Two cntr.'Cf. — .1. H. Bathgate. 1, W. F. Mills 2. Table bouquet. Three entries.—Mrs D. E. Grant 1. _ Dress/ sprav. Two entries. —Mrs D. hj. Grant 1, Miss Kempshell 2. Floral wreath. One entry.--Mrs A. Walker 1. Basket of cut flowers. Three entries.— Mrs Wilson 1. Mrs In si its 2. Bowl of roses. Two entries.—Mrs D. E, Grant 1, Mrs WUson 2. Gentleman's buttonhole houquct, made by children under 14 attending school. Two entries..—Miss A. Millier 1. Collection of annuals. Two entries.— J. H. Bathgate 1, Miss Kempshell 2. Collection of poppies. Two entries.--Miss Kempsii3ll 1. Miss Chisholm 2 \V,se of any flowers not in schedule. Six entries—Miss Kempshell 1. Bowl of sweet peas. Two entries. —Mrs Inglis 1. T. Sintrs 2. Vase of f.weet neas. Five entries.—Mrs Wilson 1. J. H. Bathgate 2. DeeornU-d hat. Six entries.—Miss Wright 1, Mrs D. E. Grant 2. POT PLANTS. Judge : Mr Seaton. Double dark fuchsia. One entry.—-James Miller 1. Abutilon. Two entries.—James Miner 1. Becronia, foliage. Two entries.—James Miller 1 and 2. " Ite/onia, tuber. Two entries.—James Mi her 1 and 2. Dark single fuchsia. Ono entry.—James Miller 1. " A 1 ~, Double geranium.—Ono entry.—Mrs (.. Brenssell 1. Foliage plant. One entry.—James Miller 1. . Single geranium. Two entries. — Mia Chisholm F James Miller 2. Pelargonium. One entry.—James Miller I 1. . Tricolor sreranium. Two entries.—James "Miller 1. I Light single fuchsia. One entry.—James I Miller 1. . I Geranium, any variety. Three entries. —Mrs Chisholm 1, James Miller 2. Fuchsia, anv variety. One entry.—Jam..s Miller "1. ' . ! Poliwonoum, anv variety. J'wo entries, i —James Miller .1, Mis A. Chisholm 2. | Specimen' plant, Ono entry.--..lames j Miller 1. , L .. ! Pot plant, grown in open by boy or girl ] attending school in Taieri. Two entries. j Alfred Gentleman 1, Vance Hannah 2. i Hanging plant, One entry.—Miss R. Kenipsliuli 1. .... Collection of ferns, four varieties. One entrv. —James Miller 1. Collection of pot plants, four distinct .■'onera. Two entries. —James Miller 1 and 2. DOMESTIC TRO'DUCF, Judge: Miss M'Donald. Scones, o-irdle. Nino entries.—Miss E, Kempsha'iri, Mrs John Gow 2, Miss Lottie M'Leod. 3. Oat cake. Five entries.—Miss lv. Kemnfihall 1 Mrs J. K. Ferguson 2, Mis Walker 3. , • , r - iSeed cake. Seven entries. —Miss L. Kempshall 1, Mrs Stanawa.y 2, Mrs Parsons 3. Marble cako. Two entries.—Mrs Stan away 1. Mrs Parsons 2. Spongo sandwich. Nine entries.—Mrs J H. Bathgate 1. Mrs J. Little 2, Mrs Healey 3. . . Collection of sweets, six varieties. One entry.—Miss Wallace. 1.

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OUTRAM FLOWER SHOW, Evening Star, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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OUTRAM FLOWER SHOW Evening Star, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915