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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 68

Avenue. — Entrance



1. Grain Trophy, consisting of—

2. Grain in Sheaf—
  • Wheat grown by T. Pashby, Kaiapoi, 73 bushels to the acre
  • Wheat grown by W. Boag, Fendalton, 69 bushels to the acre
  • Wheat grown by Trott Bros., Springston, 62 bushels to the acre
  • Wheat grown by J. Johns, Styx, 72 bushels to the acre
  • Oats grown by. Pashby, Kaiapoi, 107 bushels to the acre
  • Partridge Peas—Reuben Withell, Brookside, 40 bus. per acre

3. And Photographs showing the Harvesting of the above.

4. Terra-cotta Vases containing Tree ferns; the Vases manufactured and lent by Mr. J. McIlraith, of the Glentunnel Pottery Works

5. Collection of Ancient and Modern Coins—Exhibited by H. Zander, Ashburton.

6. G. Wilson, Christchurch—Photographic Camera and Apparatus; Stereoscopic Cameras.

7. Case of Fleeces, from Mr. Duncan Rutherford's celebrated Leslie Hill Flock.

8. Building Stones from the various Quarries of Canterbury, kindly lent by the Canterbury Museum, Christchurch.

9. Case containing Fleeces, Grown and Exhibited by Mr. Walter Macfarlane, Kaiwarra, Amuri.

10. Beer Trophy—S. Manning & Co., Ltd., Christchurch.

11. Flax Trophy—C. Chinnery, Rangiora; the Bales are ready as for Shipment.

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12. Wool Trophy—Bales lent by Mr. S. Garforth, Spreydon; Mr. W.D. Buchanan, Little River; New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd., Christchurch; Messrs. Mallock and Lance Horsley Down; Mr. Walter Macfarlane, Kaiwarra, Amuri, North Canterbury; and Mr. P. Crowe, the Warren Station, East Oxford.

13. Collection of Portraits of Colonists who have been identified with the History and Progress of the Province of Canterbury, kindly lent by the Canterbury Museum, Christchurch.

(On the Pillars)
Left hand side. Right hand side.
T. H. Potts, Esq. W. Guise Brittan, Esq.
Dr. Back, Samuel Bealey, Esq.
M. Stoddart, Esq. Hon. T. Henderson
H. S. Selfe, Esq. Sir Cracroft Wilson
W. S. Moorhouse, Esq. J. Beswick, Esq.
Captain Westenra, J. Inglis, Esq.
John C. Boys, Esq. George Gould, Esq.
Dr. Fisher Dr. Donald
Crosbie Ward, Esq. C. W. Bishop, Esq.
Alfred Silk, Esq. Sir Julius Von Haast
W. J. W. Hamilton Esq.
Ven. Archdeacon Mathias

14. Photos of Akaroa, kindly lent by Mr. Black.

15. Photo of Prize Team.

16. Photo of H. Zander's Coins as exhibited (see No. 5). 17. A. Gibson, Temuka—Honey.

18. Chrystall & Co., Christchurch, J. White & Co's. Crescent Aromatic Coffee.

19. Mrs. J. T. Matson, Papanui, Christchurch, exhibit of Ostrich Feathers as taken from the birds. Fans similar to those presented to H. M. Queen Victoria, and H. R. H. the Princess of Wales.

20. Photograph of the Fans and Mrs. Matson's Ostrich Farm Papanui, Christchurch.