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Flower Show at Dinas Powis. Successful Exhibition This Afternoon. ( This afternoon, in delightful summer weather, I the annual flower show was held JI1 the village of Dinas Powis upon picturesque grounds adjoining Bryneithin, the residence of Mr D. T. Alexander. The judges of the flower, fruit, and vegetable sections were Messrs W. Pettigrew and Botram, Navigation, the allotment and garden classes j being judged by Messrs S. Treseder and Botram. I PRIZE LIST, I Appended is a list of the awards up to the time of goinv to i)ress DIVISION A.—Open to under-gardeners and gentle- men not employing regular gardeners in the parishes of Dinas Powis, Wenvoe, St. Lythan's, Sully, and Mic-hael&ioiie-ie-pit. PLA,NTS. -Foi r greenhouse plants, distinct varieties -1, Wm. Francis. Dinas Powis 2, John Greatrex, Michaelst-one. Four tuber begonias—1, W. Miller, Michaelstone 2, W. Francis. Two fuchsias, in bloom -1, T. Cram, Dinas Powis 2, W. Francis. Two sonale geraniums, in bloom-I, W. Francis 2, J. Greatrex. Two ivy-trained geraniums—1, W, Fr-incis 2, • Greatrex. Pot of musk-I, J. Greatrex 2, W. Francis; 3, C. Coombes, Dinas Powis. I CUT FLOWERS. -roses, 12 blooms-I, C. Coombes 2, J. Greatrex. Collection of cut flowers-I, J. Greatrex 2, C. Coombes. Dahlias-I, C. Coombes 2, J. Greatrex. Carnations or picotee3-I, Frank John, Dina.s Powis 2, W. Francis. Asters-I, C. Coombes 2, W. Francis. Marigolds-I, J. Greatrex 2, W. Francis. Hand bouquet-1, W. Frauds 2, J. M. Moreoni, Dinas Powis. FRUIT.—Culinary apples—1, C. Cooke, Dinas Powis 2, E. John, Dinas Powis. Plums—1, T. Matthews 2, Kobert Harry. Gooseberries-I, E. John 2, J. Greatrex. Red currants—1, K. John 2, J. Greatrex. lilack clirrant,-I, Eo John 2, C. Cooke. Raspberries -1, Thomas Matthews 2, J. Greatrex. Pettrs-I, Robert Harry 2, William Williams. Dish of fruit—1, Erlw,trd John. VUG. TABI.ES.—Collection of six varieties—1, T. Edwards 2, W. Francis 3, J. Greatrex. Potatoes, kidney—1, W. Francis 2, T. Matthews. Potatoes, round—1, Henry Hall 2, W. Francis. Cauliflower—1, C. Coombes 2, J. Ureatrex. Cabbage—1, W. Francis 2, C. Cooiiiba- Celery-I, Thomas Spear 2, J. Greatrex. C,Hl'Ot.I. C. Coombes 2, T. Matthews. Parsnips—1, T. Matthews 2, W. Francis. Onions, spring sown-I, W. Francis 2, C. Coombes. Onions, autumn sown—1. W. Francis 2, H. John. Peas—1, J. Greatrex 2, E. John. Runner beans—1, T. Matthews 2. H. Hall. Drt-arf beans—1, E. John 2. C. Cooke. Broad hoans-I, W. Francis 2, C. Cooke. Tomatoes—. 1, C, Coombes. Cucumbers—1, WilJiam FmnÜ; 2, E. John. Turnips—1, C. Coombes 2, W. Francis. Leeks -1, W. Francis 2, J. Great-ex. Lettuce—1, C. Coombes. Marrows—1, C. Coombes 2, J. Gre,trex, Rhubarb—1, C. Coombes 2, I!envy John. Beet—1, E. John 2, W, Francis. Collection of potatoes—1, C. Coombes 2, J. Greatrex. Eselialutz;-I, J. G, eatre:, 2, C. Coombes. DIVISION B.—Open to cottagors a.nd farmers in the aforesaid parishes. PLANTS.—Two zonale geranium plants—1, T. Cram. Fuchsia plant—1, C. Coowbes; T. Cram 3, Edwin Williams. Pot of musk—1, Edwin Williams 2, T. pear 3, C, Coombes. Sweet-scented geranium-I, T. Cram 2, E. Williams. Ivy-leaved ^e.anium—1, Ed. John 2, Walter iiall. Pot of mignonett.e-I, W. Mi-lor 2, E. Williams. Best window plant-I, W, Miller 2, Mrs W. Morgan 5, Ed. Lewis. CUT FLOWKRS.—Roses (six blooms)-1, C. Coombes 2, T. Cram Collection of cut, flowers-I, T. Cram 2,W, Miller; 3, C. Coombes. DahiiJs-l, Henry Wright 2, C. Coombes 3, T. CraUl. Carnations—1, E. John 2, H. Wright.. Ast-rs—1, C. Coombes 2, H. Wright 3, T. Cram. Ten week st ocks-1, T, Cram. Maiigoids—1, W. Miiler 2, K. John 3, E. Williams. Pansies—1, F. .r,jhii 2. NV. Nlill(- r John 2. W. Miller 3, T. Cram. Bouquet of wild flowers prepared by ladies—1, Miss Annie Francis 2, Miss L. Ridout, Dinas Powis. Hand bouquet of nardeu flowers-I, W. Cux 2, E. Spear. Basket of moss and terns prepared by childreti-1, A. Francis 2, E. Mead, Dinas Powis. llow i ?. Edword John 2, Noa'1 Jenkins. Culinary apples—1, F. John 2, Tom John 3, Lot Ashton, Dinas Powis. Plums—1, T. Matthews 3, Robert Harry. Gooseberries—1, E. John. Red cui-rant-i-L. Ioltfi. Black etirrantt;-I, E. Joliii; 2, F. John. White currants—1, E. John 3, T. Cram. Raspberries—1, Edward John 2, Heury Hall. Dish of any other fruit—1. W. Williams 1, Robert Harry 3, E. John. Dish of blackberries (children only)-I, Edith Spear; 2, Genie Spear 3, A. Francis. VEGETABLES.—Collection of vegetables, HX varieties -1, C. Coombes 2, T. Cram. Ben Greatrex 2, T. Matthews 3, Henrv Kail. Pota- hoes, ro)!;nrl-I, Henry Hall 2, Lot. Ashtoll; 3, T. Matthews. C:tuJ¡tl()''er-I, C. Coombes 2, T. Cram. Celery-I, T. John 2, T. Spear 3, Ed. John. Car- rots—1. C. Coombes 2, E. John. Parsnips—1, T. Cram 2, II. Ilitll 3, John Berry, Eastbrook. Spring- so%ii onions— E. Joliu; 2, C. Coombes 3, John Berry. AuOunw-sowll onions—1, Henry John 2, E. Williams 3, Thomas Spear. Peas—1, Edwin Williams 2, Mrs Hedley 3, John Watkins. Beans, runners—1, Henry UaU 2, N. Jenkins, Dinas Powis 3, E. John. Beans, dwarf—1, E. John 2, W. Cox 3, C. Cjoinbes. Beans, broad—1, T. Cram 2, J. Berry; 3, B. Greatrex. Cucumbers—1, Gwilyni John 2, T. Crein 3, J. i Howell. Cabbage, summer—1, T. Spoar f 2, B. Grea- trex. Cabbage, red-I, Henry John 2, T. Culo 5, T. Spear. Turnips-1, C. Coombes 2, E. John. Leeks—J, C. Coombt's 2, B. Greatrex. Lettuce—1, T. Spear 2, N..1 eni-;ias 3, C. Coombes. Alarrows-1, C. Coombes 2, T. Matthews 3, William Spear. Rhubarb—1, Henry John 2, John Watkins 3, T. Speav. E.c'nalois— 1, T. Spear 2, R. R. Jones, Dinas Powi", 3, Henry John.

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