PENINSULA SHOW BOOMING' FAMOUS EQUESTRIENNE AMONG RUSH OF :.ENTRIES. With only. about, three weeks to o:. befoie .the. great,. day, the Mornington:- Peninsiila Show,. at: Frankston' oh. Saturday,. October 25, is now booming .in the minds of exhibitors and the eager, ex pectant: public :Entries. flooding in to Secretary . G." C..' Harvey are of :high quality, as well. as' great quantity;, and include outstanding Royal Show exhibits of champion horses and champion equestrians. Prominent entrant and a likely certain competitor again is Aus- tralia's greatest living equestrienne: Mrs. T. H. (Eileen) Coffey who, at the recent Royal Show, won the Open Lady Rider event, and the "Alice Laidlaw Memorial Jumping Trophy." In the latter event Mrs. Coffey rode the dashing jumping pony "Teddy,' on which she also won the Pony Hunting Championship at the last Frankston Show. Both will be seen again at Frankston. Mrs. Coffey first rode at the Royal Show as a girl in 1910. 'Entries for all events-horses, ring; events,: cattle, sheep, produ'ce,' flowers, vegetables and cookery close on :Wednesday, October 15, with, the secretary, Mr. G. C.. Har vey, ;Mechanics' Institute,. Franks ton.' Prize- schedules are also avail-' able' from the same source.