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THE MATAANA SHOW.

PRIZE LIST. THE following: is the prize list for the Matakana show, in connection with which the preliminary details appeared in the HERALD of Friday last:— ' Farm and Garden Produce.—Ten cobs maize: T. Scandrett, 1. Collection of vegetables: T. Derecourt. 1; J. Harvie, 2. Two cabbages: T. Dcrecourt, 1. Twelve seed onions: T. Scandrett. 1; B. Cozens*. 2. Six potato onions: J. Harvie, lie. Six tree onions: J. Braithwaite, 1; J. Anderson, 2; J. Braithwaite, h.c. Two table pumpkins: A. Christian, 1; Thomson Bros., 2. Vegetable marrow: E. 0. Phillips, 1; J- Buchanan, 2. Six parsnips: T. Scandrett, 1; J. Buchanan. 2. Six turnips: F. Cruickshank, 1; Thomson Bros, 2. Six carrots: J. Buchanan, 1; Mrs. A. W. Rayner, 2. Twenty-four pods runner or pole beans: J. Braithwaite, 1; J. S. Roper, 2. Twenty-four pods French beans: George Darroch, 1; J. Darroch, 2. Six stalks rhubarb: .1. Buchanan, 1; T. Waun, 2; Joe Braithwaite. h.c. Cucumber: E. Cruickschank,, 1; F. Green, 2; E. Cruickshank, h.c. Watermelon: A._ Christian, 1; J. Christian, 2. Six tomatoes: J. Harvie, 1; W. Smith, 2.

Fruit.—Collection of apples, 12 varieties, four of each: J. S. Roper, I; L. Meiktejolm, 2. Four dessert apples, other than Gravenstein: T. Scandrett. 1; D. J. Cruickshank, 2. Four culinary apples: 11. H. Tindall, 1; T. Scandrett, 2. Five varieties dessert apples, four of each: ,1. S. Roper, 1; Jos Braithwaite. p.. Four N.Z. seedling apples, dessert: I). J. 'Cruickshank, 1; 1). J. Cruickshank, 2. Four N.Z. seedling apples, culinary: I). J. Cruickshank, 1; D. J. Cruickshank, 2. Halfcase Gravenstein apples, packed for marKet: Robert Williams. 1; L. Meiklejohn, 2. Four ravenstejn apples: K. Williams, 1; D. J. Cruickshank, I. Collection of pears, six varieties, tour of each: T. Scandrett, 1. Four Williams' Bon Cretien pears: B. Williams, 1; J. Braithwaite, 2. Four dessert pears, any other kind: R. Williams, 1; T. Four Wiinanis' Bon Chretien pears: R. Williams, 1; D. J. Cruickshank, 2. Five varieties 01 dessert pears, lour of each: R. Williams, 1; J. S. Roper, 2. Five varieties of cullinarv pears, four of each: T. Scandrett, 2. Halfca«e Bon Chretien pears, packed for market: 11. Williams, 1; J. Braithwaite, 2. Four quinces: T. Scandrett, 1; B. Cozens, 2. Collection of peaches, six varieties, four of each: T. Scandrett, 1; L. and L. Meiklejohn. 2 Four peaches, freestone: R. Williams, 1; J. Braithwaite, 2. Four peacnes, clingstone: T Scandrett, 1; J. Darroch, 2. Four seedling peaches, new. freestone: B. Cozens, 1; T. Scandrett, 2. Four seedling peaches, new, clingstone: J. G. Ward, 1; R. Williams, 2. Three varieties or peaches, suitable for canning: T. Scandrett, 1; L. and L. Meiklejohn, 2 Four nectarines: T. Scandrett, 1; \\ . Blair, 2. Collection of culinary plums, live varieties, six.if each: L. and L. Meiklejohn, 1: T. Scanurett, 2. Collection of dessert plums, live varieties, six ol each: L. and L. Meiklejohn, 1; T. .Scandrett, 2. Plate of 12 dessert plums: R. Williams. 1; L. and L. Meiklejohn. 2. Twelve culinary plums: I. and L. Meiklejohn, 1; T. Scandrett, 2. 'twelve Japanese culinary plums: J. Vipond, 1; B. Cozens, 2. Twelve Japanese dessert plums: Joseph Vipond. 1; J. Braithwaite 2 Collection of Japanese plums, six varieties! lour of each: T. Scandrett, 1. Two bunches 01 black graces, outdoor: T. Scandrett, 2 Four marmalade oranges: K. Williams, 1I- and L Meiklejohn, 2. Four oranges: ]{'. Williams. 1; L. and L. Meiklejohn. 2. Four Lisbon lemons: R. Williams, 1; H. Tindall, '{■ i wv « passion fruits: D. J. Cruickshank, 1; R. Williams. 2. Jams, etc.—Pour varieties jam Mrs. .1. Cruickshank, 1; Mrs. A. W. Rayner, 2. Four varieties jelly: Mrs. J. Cruickshank, 1. Apple jelly: Hazel Smith, 1; Miss 11. Smith, 2 Sweet plum jam: Miss Wann, 1; E. Tindall, 2 Beach jam: Mrs. A. W. Rayner, 1; Mrs. J. Cruickshank. 2. Strawberry jam: Mrs. J. Cruickshank. 1; Mrs. F. Cruickshank. 2. Pear jam: Miss V. Smith. 1. Tomato jam: Mrs. Harvie, 1. Marmalade: Miss Wann. 1; Mrs. J. Cruickshank, 2. Ten pounds sundried apples: T. Scandrett, h.c. Miscellaneous.—Twelve white-shelled hen eggs: W. II Phillips, 1; Mrs. L. Vipond. 2. l.velve brown-shelled hen eggs: R. Williams, 1; Mrs. L. Vipond. 2. Twelve duck eggs: W. 11. Phillips. 1. Honey in comb, not less than 21b: T. Scandrett. 1; K. Harvie. 2. Honey, extracted, suitable for market: T. Scandrett, 1; W. 11. Phillips. 2. Ham, not less than 121b. exhibited by the curer: Mrs. Campbell. 1; Mrs. Harvie. 2. Piece of bacon. 121b, exhibited by curer: J. Harvie, h.c. Yeast bread, made by settler's wile or daughter, not less than 41b: Mrs. Harvie. 1; Mis. Braithwaite, 2. Brown bread, mad© by settler's wife or daughter, not less than lib: Mrs. Harvie. 1; Mrs. Braithwaite, 2. Six scones: Miss V. Smith. 1: Mrs. Cozens, 2. Spouse cake, made by settler's wife or daughter: Miss Wann, 1: Mrs. Harvie. 2: W. n. Phillips, h.c. Rich plum cake: Miss M. Smith. 1; Mrs. Day. 2; Mrs. Cozens. heBottle wine. Miss V- Smith, 1; Bottle tomato sauce. Mrs. Harvie, 1; Mr«. Braithwaite. 2. Home-made apple pie, short paste: Mrs. J. Anderson, 1; Miss K. Tindall, 2. Homemade apple pie. puff' paste: Mrs. Cozens. 1; \!,-. .1. v 'l>omi. 2. Six jam tarts: Mrs. ,1. A lpond, 2. Flowers.—Collection of native flowers for exhibitor under 14 years: Miss Grace Phillips, 1. Three buttonhole sprays: Mrs. Carion. 1; Miss F. Smith. 2. Three gent.'s buttonholes: Mrs. Carron. 1: Miss F. Smith, :-:. Collection of cut flowers: Mrs. Carroll, 1. Bridal bouquet: Mrs. F. Carron, 1. HajsKet flowers: Miss F. Smith, 1; Mrs. J. Cruickshank, 2. Collection dahlias, six varietiesMrs. Carron. 1: Mrs. Carron. 2. Collection ol sweet peas, six varieties: Mrs. Carron 1Mrs. Harvie. 2. Pot plant*: E. Richards' 1; Miss X. Cruickshank. 2. Pot maidenhair fern: Mrs. Harvie, 1: Miss C. Richards 2

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THE MATAANA SHOW., New Zealand Herald, Volume XLIV, Issue 13409, 11 February 1907

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THE MATAANA SHOW. New Zealand Herald, Volume XLIV, Issue 13409, 11 February 1907

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