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RUPANYUP AND DUN- MUNKLE SOCIETY'S SHOW. -0o (BY OUR OWN REPORTER.) The fifth annual show of the above society which was held at Rupanyup on Friday last was a great success, the exhibits being I numerous, the attendance large, and the weather all that could be desired. For the benefit of readers at a distance, it would be as well to give a short description of the town and district which will probably be of interest. Rupanyup, situated about 12 miles south-east of Murtoa and 35 miles from Horsham, is reached by coach from the for mer place, which leaves every evening, returning to Murtoa the following morning. Having arrived in Murtoa on Thursday by the evening train, I found the coach had left just an hour previously, crowded with pas sengers for the show. A stop was accordingly made for the night at Mr. Holt's Club hotel. On the, following morning Mr. Holt (who is always ready to oblige) offered to run a coach for the convenience of those who had passed the night there, and a start was effected at 10 o'clock. The appearance of the country along the road plainly showed that the various selectors had done their best to put as large an area under crop as possible, no doubt, in anticipation of a bountiful harvest, for the farms all along seemed teeming with luxuriant growth. There were also patches of recently tilled land to be seen here and there, the blades not having yet made their appearance. Some of these apparently had only been put in a week or so. The early crops in places appeared to have been con sidered rather too forward, for I noticed that the owners had had portions eaten down. The self-sown crops also seemed to be coming on well, and surprising results may be expected from some of them-in fact, but for the existence of stubble, which plainly showed no plough had been at-work this year, they could hardly be distinguished from cultivated areas. The surrounding residents of the Ten-mile dam (ten miles from Murtoa) are greatly favored with a copious supply of water-not from the dam, which is now dispensed with, but from a channel the water of which is diverted from the Wimmera and flows right through to Minyip and Donald. The crops along its banks are the finest in the district and are strong arguments in favor of a "canawl" scheme, where practicable. This channel was constructed by the Wimmera United Waters Works Trust and they have conferred a great boon on the selectors in this part of the district, as previous to its construction the residents had to depend on. the dam, and as this often, failed in its supply in the summer, carting had to be resorted to, causing considerable loss of time. After passing the ten mile I noticed that sheep pasturing was resorted to combined with agriculture, whilst some of the selections were not cleared at all. The sheep I saw were in good condition and in one paddock a good percentage of lambs were to be seen, while the sheep foretold a good clip for the next season. In the neighbourhood of Rupanynp agriculture again holds the sway, crops being as promising as those previously referred to. The first building to be seen in the town is Mr. Duncan's flour mill, the stack of which towers above all habitations. Rupanyup is evidently on the rise, but un fortunately is not accommodated with a rail way. In the last Parliament one running from Murtoai va Rupanyup to Warrackna-. beal was passed, and should it be proceeded with Rupanyup will probably progress rapidly, its inhabitants possessing plenty of "go" and enterprise. This was evidenced to a certain extent by the arrangements in con nection with the show. The town is also favoured with a court of petty sessions, held on alternative Fridays in the Templar's Hall, and most conspicuous amongst the buildings is a very neat, and by no means small, State school which is situated at the rear of the township on a rise, Mr. Geo. Wood being the head teacher. The Commercial Bank has also a branch here. There are three hotels, viz., Mr. A. Pfundt's Royal, Mr. Jamieson's Commercial, and Mr. J. Williams' Rupanyup, and first-class-accommodation is afforded. There are seyeral grocery and drapery stores, and a saddler (Mr Cruik shank) who was successful as an exhibitor at the show. There are also butchers, bakers, wheelwrights, blacksmiths, and other busi ness and tradesmen which from their number tend to show that Rupanyup is the centre of a well populated and rising district. On the show day the town pre sented quite a lively appearance, bug gies, waggons, waggonettes, drays, and horsemen lining the roads which ra- diatd from the surrounding townships to wards Rupanyup. There were visitors from Minyip, Tarkedia, Banyena, Burrereo, Kewell, Murtoa,.and even Horsham, as well as other distant parts of the district beyond Horsham. Altogether I should think there were between 400 or 500 present. The grounds were well stocked with exhibits, not ably stallions, and as grand a display of draught stock I have never seen. The judges seemed to be of the same opinion and declared they experienced great difficulty in giving their decisions. Altogether there were over thirty stallions on the grounds. The mares, hacks, &c., were not quite so numerous as the stallions, but were well re presented nevertheless. The sheep stalls were also filled and stocked with very choice exhibits. Messrs. C. Ayrey and W. H. Bullivant proved the most successful in this class, and amongst other prizes took first and second respectively for the merino ram. Cattle sections were also well patronised there being nearly 50 exhibits. The best bull, shown by Mr. Crampton, was of huge dimensions. Mr. W. M'Olintock's was the only shorthorned bull in the yards, for which he received first prize. There were, however, some splendid milch cows, besides a large number of heifers in forward condi tion as extras. Entries in the agricultural implement and machinery department were rather sparse, but this was owing to the state of the roads and the distance of the town from the nearest railway station (Murtoa). In this class the Horsham foundries carried off the most prizes, with the trustees of the late G. Munro (Ballarat) second. The first prize for strippers, how ever, was won by the latter firm, with Mr A. Hocking, of Horsham, second. For winnowing machines, May and Millar came first with several seconds in other sections; also recommendations for prizes for various extra exhibits. Messrs. May and Millar had altogether about 15 exhibits, and succeeded in obtaining 11 prizes, whilst Mr. Hocking only exhibited two strippers and secured as previously- stated, second-prize. Mr. E. King, of Minyip, was also successful with his exhibits. There were some good samples of grain shown, but strange to say there was only one entry of flour, and none of barley. The best weight wheat was that of Mr. Middleton's, tuscan 68 3/4 1bs. dressed and Mr A. Best came next with purple straw un dressed 66 1/41bs. I did not hear of any dissatisfaction ex pressed, and the judges appeared to give general satisfaction in their decisions. The indefatigable secretary, Mr. Geo. Wood, also deserves special commendation for the com pleteness of all arrangements. The prize cards were placed upon the successful exhibits within a few minutes after the award, much to the convenience of the spectators, and any information was willingly accorded to ex hibitors seeking for same. The president Mr. Dyer also showed himself to be specially adapted for his position whilst the vice presidents, Messrs. Irvine and M'Donald, as well as the members of the committee showed that no stone would be left un turned in making the show a success. Throughout the day the inner man was provided for by Mr. Jamieson, who held the right to the refreshment booth, and Mr. Lax ton (fruit stall), succeeded in disposing of a large quantity of fruit. As usual the three card and doodle-nm-buck fraternity were re presented and an exhibitor of a six legged bull was well patronised. The receipts at the gates during the day were £31 18s, the amount given away in prizes over £254 and the number of entries about 480. The following are the awards: Dlauanrrr STocL--(Stewards - Messrs Cromie and W. Duncan. Judges-MesorsC. Ayrey and Donnett.) Draught entire of any age. lst prize, £5; 2nd do, £3. For this s-ction there were asx entries, but the first prize was awarded to J. T. C. Heard's " Honest Lad"; 2nd, WV. Bodey's "Victor Prince. These were without doubt the best horses on the field, although the others were bnt very slightly inferior. Draught entire, colonial bred, any age. 1st prize, 5 sovs ; 2nd, 3 soya. WV. Bodcy's "Weuthorn" secured 1st, and R. Forsyth's "Heather Jock" 2nd. There were 8 entries, and the animals were probably as good samples of colonial bred stallions as could be found anywhere. Draught entire, 3years old. 1st prize, 3 sonvs ; 2nd do, 1 sov. 5 entries. M. Bodey's " Havelock" very deservedly was awarded lst prize and J. Thompson's "Low. land Lad" 2nd. Draught entire, 2 years. 1st prizo, 2 sovs; 2ud do, 1 sov. 5 entries. J. Molyneaux's "Young Prince Charlie" was a fine2-year;older and'gainld 1st prize, with M. Lamont'a .'?"young :Landsma" '2nd; Brood .Mare, any age. lt prirze, 5 sove; 2nd do; 2 os. 10 entries. The lIst p sze was awarded to C. Pilgrim, mesa the !Jl to l; ... ?.'d r - ? < .?<? - "- '" . . ..""
W. Pilgrim. Pair of borses or mares, for farm prposes. 1st prize, £3 ; 2nd do, £2. I 2 entries. No prize. Draught filly,3 years. I Ist prize, 3 sova ; 2nd do, 1 soy. 8 entries. W. T.Bodey's filly rising three years old, by 1 Kennedy's "' Comet" imported and of splen. 1 did proportions gained slet prize, and J. M'Pherson's 2nd. Danught gelding or filly, 2 years. 1st prize, 2 soys; 2nd do, 1 soy. 10 entries, let, W. Pilgrim's; 2nd, J. I M'Manns's. Draught yearling colt or filly. lot prize, 2 sors; 2nd do, 1 soy. 10 entries, Ist, J. T. C. Heard's "Prince of Wales"; 2nd, W. Knight's, by "Landsman"; and another colt of Mr Heard's hon. mention. Best appointed 4-horse team in waggon (to be the bona.fide property of the exhibitor). lst prize, 3 sova ;2nd do, 1 soy. re entries. lat,J. Churchman; 2nd,J.M'-Lanns. Draught yearling colt or filly, the progeny of Mr 1. Bodey's horse "Excelsior," Prize, £3 IOs (awarded by 2 . Bodey, Esq.) 3 entries. nst, E.-Rndford and Sons. Dranghtyearling, progeny. ot '_Yonig Heather :Jock." let prize, £3; 2nd do, £2 (presented by BR. Forsythe, Esq.) 5 entries, slet, A. M'Donald ; 2nd, D. Matheson, - BLoon STocK.-(Stewards -Messrs A: Sin clair and J. M'Cann. Judges--Messrs Dan nett and Powell). Thoroughbred tetire horse, of any age. let prize,s4 sove; 2nd do, 2 sova.. 6 entries. 1st,- W. M'Clintock ; 2nd, J. Doherty. "Thoroughbred mare of any age. 1st prize, 3 saes; 2nd do, i sov. 2 entries. 1st, W. M'Clintoek; 2nd, --R. Fanlkener. Thoroughbred colt or filly two years. lest prize, £2 2s (awarded by W. Madden, Esq.) 2nd do, 1 soyr. 7 entries. 1st, N. Grant; 2nd, E. Jensel. Thoroughbred yearling colt or filly, let prize, 2 sov 2nd do, 1 soy. 2 enries. Ist, A. Mc'Donald; 2ndN. Grant. HACKNEYS.-(Stewards-Messrs. A. Sinclair and T. M'Cann. Judges--Messrs Dannett and Powell). Weight-carrying hunter, to take such leaps on the ground as the judges may direct. 1st prize, 5 says (awarded by J. H. Dyer, Esq.); 2nd do, 2 sora, 9 entries. 1st, W. Robinson ; 2nd, H. Naylor. Weight carrying hackney. 1st prize, 2 sovs; 2nd do, 1 sov. 12 entries 1st, W. H. Bullivant; 2nd, d. Campton. Lady's hack (to be exhibited by the equestrienne). slot prize, 2 sova ; 2n do, 1 soy. 7 entries.. 1st, Miss Fanlkener 2nd, Miss Kiog. Pair of bupgy horses (to be driven on the ground).' lst prize, 3 sove; 2nd do, 1 so. - 2 entries. 1st, J. H. Dyer; 2nd,' N. 'lRoberton. Belst lady rider. Ist prize, whip. (presented by G. Cruikhank, Esq;.);2nd- do,.lOs. 2 entries. 1st, Mie, Faulkener 2nd; Miss J. King" Single bnuggy horse (to be driven on the ground). 1st prize, 2 soa; 2 nd do, 1 soy. 3 entries. 2nd, W. Dnncan; Pair ponies under 14 hands. 1st prize, £2 2s (awarded by H. Bennett, Esq.); 2nddo, certficate. l entry. lot, H. Bennett. Pony, 13 hands or under. to be driven on the ground. No entry. FaRRnins.-For, best shod hackney. lst prize, 1 soy. 3 entries. 1st, J; Bodey. CArrz..--tStewards-Mesrs. J. Jackson and D. Campbell, Judges-Messrs. Wetten hall, Webb and Rutherford.) Short-horned bull. lst prize, 2 osrs.; 2nd do., certificate. 3cntries.--lst Hebbs Bros.; 2nd W. McClin toak. Short.horned cow. let prize, 2 soy.; 2ud do., certificate. 4 entries--lst W. McClintock. Best ball, any other breed. 1st prize, 2 sova.; 2nd do., certificate. 3 entries-ist J. Cramp ton; 2nd C. Langley. Dairy cow. 1st prize, 3 sor.; 2nd do., £2; 3rd do., £1. 19 entries -lot J: Cooper, 2ad J. Kelly. Best fat bullock oor cow (fattened in the Wimmera district). 1st prize, 2 sos.; 2nd do., certifi cnte.- 8 entrioes-lst -Jan. Brown; "2nd D. McDonald. , SHEEP.-(Stewards-Messrs A. M'Donald and J. Macdonald. Judges-Messrs McClin tock, C. McDonald and Guthrie.) Merino Iram any age. 1st prize, £2; 2nd do., £l. 4 entries-1st. Ayrey; 2nd W. H.-Bullivant; Merino ram, 4-tooth. 1st prize, £2; 2nd do., £1. 5 entries-lst C. Ayrey; 2nd W. H. Bullivant. Merino ewe any age. lst prize, £2; 2nd do., £1-lst W. H. Bullivant ; 2nd C. Ayrey. Merino ewe 4.tooth. 1st prize, £2; 2nd do., £1. lst C. Ayrey ; 2nd W. H. Bullivant. Five fat sheep. lot prize, £2; 2ud do.,£1--lst J. H. Gawith; 2nd McDougall Bros. Five fat lambs (this season's). 1st prize,. £2; 2nd do., £1-et D.- McKenzie; 2nd D. McDonald, Three 2-tooth Merino ewes. 1st prize, £2; 2nd do., 12s 6d (awarded by Australian Mortgage Company)--lst W. H. Bullivant; 2nd Hobbs Bros. For owners rnder 3000 sheep.-Merino ram any age. lt prize, £2; 2nd do., £l-lst Hobbs Bros; 2nd Hobbs Bros. Merino ewe any oge. lst prize, £2; 2nd do., £1-la? Hobbe Bras; 2nd Hobbs Bros. Loag.woolled ram any age. 1st prize, £2; 2nd do., £l-lst McDoogall Bros; 2nd 3V..Peare. _ Long-woolled ewe any age. 1st prize, L2; 2nd do., L1--lst McDougall Bros; 2nd McDougall Bros. Long-woolled 4-tooth ramen lt prize, L2; 2nd do., Ll --lst McDougll--Bros; 2nd W. Pearse. `Long. woolled 4.tooth ewe. 1st prize, L; 2nd de., Ll--let McDougall Bros; 2nad W. Tweedie. Three 2-tooth Merino ewes. 1st prize, L2; 2nd do., 2l G6d (awarded by Australian Mortgage Company)--lst Hobbs Bros; 2nd W. McClintock. 2-tooth Merino ram (grass fed) exhibited by owners of under 3000 sheep, and bred by exhibitor. Prize, L2 2s--Hobb Bros. Swnoe.-Stewards-Messrs J. Jackson and D. Campbell. (Judges--Mesres Wettenhal, Webb, and Rutherford.) Boar of any age. let prize, 1 soy ; 2nd do, certificate. 1st, W. Duncan; 2nd, C. Langley. Sow of any age. 1st prize, I.Boy; 2nd do, ceftificate. 1st, W. Duncan. Sow with litter. iNo entry. Fat pig. Ist prize, 1 oy. ; 2nd do, Certificate. let, WV. Dnnca ; no 2nd. PouaB Yy.-Steward-T. Graham. (Judges -Messrs I. Holt and Short.) Brahma Footra cock and pair of hens. st prize, 10s; 2nd- do; 5s -let, A. Anderson ; 2nd,. C. Langley; , Dorking cock and pair of hens. No'entry.' Spanish cock and pair of hens. 1st prize, 10s; 2nd do, fi. 1st, A. Anderson; 2nd, M. Bodey. Bantam cock and pair of hens. 1st prize, 10s; 2nd do, certificate. Only one exhibit. Bon. mention, M. N. M'Leod Game cock and pair of hens. lost prize lOs ; 2nd do, certificate. 1st, W. F. Knowling; 2od, W. -F. Knowling. Turkey cock and pair of hens. 1st prize, 10; 2nd do, 5s. lst, T. . M'Cann ; 2nd, C. Langley. -Ganderand pair of geese. lot prize, 10s; 2d - do, n• -, 1st, C. Langley.:- Only one Dows 2-Stewar ds-hessrs - A. liPDontd and- J;-- -Mn)onaldr - (Judgoes.Messr?- i Holt and Short.) Greyhound dog or olut. prize, 1 sor; 2nd do, certificate. 8 entries, .st, H. M'Lean; 2nd, Hobbs Bros. 1st Extra St. Bernard slot and pups;; -et,: 'p Jamieson. -o BnooIes, CsARS, &c.--Stesards--Messrs Bett and Irvine.-lJudges--Messrs E. King, W. Brmci and James Boadey.) Double hooded bggy. I 1st prize, 2 sovs; 2nd do, certificate. 1st, S. Clnrk, Murtoa; one exhibit. Doble open buggy, lst prizos, 2 sos; 2nd do, certificate. slet, S. Clark, Morton; 2nd, Stabb and Fair, Stawell. Single open boggy; no entry. Waggonettc. Ist'prize, 2 sors; 2nd do, certificate. lt, S. Clark, Morton; 2nd, Stabb andFair, St.welL Best farm wggon. ostprize, 2 noas; 2nd do, certificate. 1st, May and Millar, Her. sham; 2nd, Brown and Sheehan. Asers;s, Sn oLEYt, &c.--(Steward--iMr T. Mitchll." -Judgem--essnrs Machonachie and Daridson). Ladies' and gentleman's saddles and bridles. 1st prize, 2 so; 2nd do, certificate. st, G. Cruikohauk;, Rupand ynp; 2nd, lsaac Cook, Stawell. Set each of double and single bouggy harness st prize,. 2 s ; 2nrid do, certificate. st, Isoaac Cook, Staveell; 2nd, W. Schickerling, MurtoB. Set of harness for farm purposes. l1st prize., 2 sovs ; 2nd do, certificate. lt,Isaac Cook, Stawell ;no seon erd. - AanRICLTUnAL I3sPLsI.3McS it MCHnsyza.- d Stewardo--essza T. Hart and M. Bodey. ndge.---Meoor Simmons, W• Lomont, and Fhlecher.) Stripper. lot prize,s 5 soa;, 2d do.i 2 seae. 1st, Trostees G. Muros, Bal rat; 2ind, A. Hocking, Horsham ; Nicholson and Co., Melborneo, hon mention. Best ceper and mower. tst prize, 2 sos ; 2nd do,certificate. 1 exhibit. 1st, Trostees G. Morro, Ballanrt. Winnowing machine. lst prize, '2 sos; 2nd do, 1 sory. lt, May and Millar, Horsham; 2nd, Trustees G. Munro, Ballart. Chsffcutter with horseworks. 1st rize, 2 ols; 2nd do, I soe. 1st, Trustees . Muonro, Ballarat; 2nd, MSay and Millar, Horsham. Four-furrow plough. lst prize, 2_ nege; 2 nd do, 1 sor. 1st, E. King, Minyip; 2nd, May and Millar, Horsham. Treble-furrow plough. lst prize, 2 soes; 2nd do, 1 soy. let, WV. Craikshank ; 2nd, E. King, Minyip. Donble-farrow plough. lst prize, 2 sees; 2and do, 1 soy. ost, E. King, Minyip; 2nad, Trastees G. Munro, Bal larat. Singls-furrow plough, adapted for the Wimmera district, l1t prize, l0s; 2nd do, certificate. lot, H. King, Minyip; 2nd, May and Millar, Horsham, Best cultivator. lst prize, 1 sor; 2nd do, certifonte. 1st, H. h'Cormack (Edwards, Melbourne, maker); 2nd, May and Millar, Horsham. Set of harrows. lot prize, 2 snes; 2nd do, cer. tlfcate. Ist, H. Powell, Minyip; 2od, May and Millar, Horsham. Scarifier-harrows. 1st prize, I eO ; 2nd do, certificate.' lst, J. Moore; 2nd, May and Millar, Horsham. Seed sower. ist prize, 1 ov; 2and do, certificate. let, May and Millar (Dobbie's);. Farm roller. 1st prize, 1 soy; 2C ddo, cl-n tiflcate; 1st, T.atylor Bros. iCoIeo -i,'.'of, farming implements, to bh, eshibited by manufaetser.: -lt oprize 2 s (awarded by . King E~.);2aa.e,)! tot.1 ,.et,.Msy _d_.
Jillar, Horhaim; no secoid eatry. For a contrivance easily attached to the ordinary four-wheel mower, to carry at least three, ordinary-sized sheaves that may be easily tipped off by the driver; to require only three horses and 6ne nin to work it, ~id-to be a decided- iniprovement on the' ordinisy nethods now in use for hay gathering in the' WVimmera district. Prize, 5 sova (awarded, by M, Bodey, Esq. -Tor this there was no exhibit. Extras-Five-furrow plough. E. King, "Minyip, reeommcnded. £2 prize. Wiro strainer. May and "Millar, Horsham, recommended prize. Grubbing machine. May and Miller, Horsham, recommended DArsa PnonucE.-(Steward--Mr Walters. Judges-Messra Sprake, Edwards, and Hun' ter.) Fourteen pounds cheese, made in thej district. Only one exhibit, no prize. aThrce! ponfii?fa frh'btti hsie aniulysent.t omarket! without print or private mark, made in the district.11st prize, 1 sov (awarded by W. J.: Connolly, Esq.); 2nd-do, 10s--lst G. Davis; 2nd D. McKenzie. Ham, cured in the dis trict. 1st prize, 15s; ,2n do,-ds (awarded by Messis Walters andDancan)-lst T.Graham; 2nd W. Duncin. -Side bf bacon, cured in the district. 1st prize, 10s; 2nd do, certificate -No first; 2nd R. Magary. Four pounds loaf home-made bread. r1st prizeelds (awar ded by W., J.; Connolly, Esq:) 2nd do, 7s lst N. Grant; 2nd D. Grant. Best dozen hen eggs. let prize, 10s; 2nd do, certificate -1st R. Magary; 2nd H. Bodey. Collec tion of vegetables. Is: prize, 10s; 2nd do, certificate.-lstrC. FoYster; 2nd G. Davis. SGBAi.-(Stewairds-lMeasra Cooper and Condie. Judges-Messrs Frayne and Stephens.) Eight bushels wheat, grown in the Wimmera district. Is prize. £5 (awarded by W. Duncan, E.q.) ; 2nd do, £2. 1st, John Middleton, Tuscan, 67.; 2nd, A. BEst, purple straw, 661. Eight bushels wheat, grown in the Wimmera district, and . grown and dressed byh theaixhibitor. 1st prize; cup valued £5 (preseited byP. Jamieson, Esq.); 2nd do, £2. 1st, John Middleton, Tuscan, GS: 2nd, D. M. Bett, purple straw, 66k. Eight bushels Cape-Barley; no entry. One cwt. manger hay. 1st prize, £1; 2nd do, certificate. 1st,. Thomas -Hart;- 2nd, R. Coutts:. Bag offlour. i let prize, £1: 2nd do,'certificate. 1st, James Moore ; only one entry. M?IscELrLai Eou.-(Stevward - Mr Taylor. Judges-Mesdames , Wilkinson and Walpro and Miss Bunter. Two pairs home-knitted socks, three socks to be finished and the fourth-partly so, the competitors to proceed with' the work under the inspection of the stewards." :Prize', 10s.: D. M1'Donald. Collection of:plain' needlework; no exhibits. Best exhibit- of plain needleiork 'b girls under 16 years.. slt prize, 7s G6d; 2nd do, 2? 6d. lst,Miss Jessie Wood, RBhanyup school 1695; 2nd, Miss E: Gibson, Risanyup school 1595. Darning. letprize; 7s 6d; 2nd do, 2s Gd. lst, -Miss E. Gibson (Rupanyup school) 2nd, Miss Jessie We ", (Rupanyunp 'shool). Crewel, Work. Prize, -0ls Mrs A. Miller, S(Banyena).. Crotchet Work- /Prize, : 10l. Miss "A: E. Ryland, iRnpanyap). Faicy Knitting. PriZe,lO0s. Miss 'A .E Ryland, (Rnpanyup): Berlin -Work. Prize,; 1Os Mrs A. Miller, (Banyena). Best Ironed Gent's Shirt and Collar. Prize, 7s 6d. Mrs Harman., Extrai-child's:dress, hbn. mention, Jessie Wood. (Rupanynp school). - Extra, knitted 'gloves, hon. mention, E. Hall. Beadwbrk,' hon.- menition, S. Mitchell. -Best collection-.of erated waters, special prize, 21s, J. Hamilton: :,Best collection sew ing machines Wright, Pawsey, and Mitchell, lst prize.