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EfiYAL HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ;)
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Will- by permission of His Excellency the Minister of Interior, be held on the re-clairaod ground, mauka of Halcknuila street, on
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY,
JUNE 12tii, 18th and 14th.
Through the liberality of the Legislature the Board of Management are in a position to put forward the following extensive list of Prizes' they:
er to be competed for at this Show. The .money values of the different prizes and tho forms in which they will be given, will be announced
at a later date
In the case ot au mo
of tho event.
DIVISION 1 NEAT CATTLE.
1 Best Imported Bull, Durham
2 Second Best Imported Bull, Durham
3 Best Imported Bull, Hereford,
4 Second Best Imported Bull, Here
ford 5 Best ImportcdBull, Augus
C Best Imported Bull, Jersey
7 Best Imported Bull of any other
8 Best Native Bull of any breed
0 Best Durham Cow, full blood or
grade, native born
10 Best Hereford Cow, full blood or
grado, native born,
11 Best Angus Cow, full blood or grade,
12 Best Jersey Cow, full blood or grade,
13 Best Imported Cow of any breed
14 Best Native Cow of any bercd'
15 Best Yoke or Working Oxen, native
16 Best Fat Ox, over four years old,
17 Best Fat Steer, under four years old,
18 Second Best Fat Steer, under 4 years
old, native born
19 Best Milch Cow, imported or native
20 Second Best Milch Cow imported
Division 2 HORSES.
'1 Best Imported Stallion, for carriage
2 Second Best Imported Stallion, for
3 Best Imported Stallion for draught
4 Second Best, Imported Stallion for
5 Bestlmported Stallion for saddle use
6 Second Best Imported Stallion for
7 BestNatlve Stallion, ovcr4 years old
8 Best Native Stallion, under 4 years
0 Best Imported Mare for carriage use
10 Best Imported Mare for saddle use
11 Best Imported Mare for draft use
12 Best Mare and Foal, native
13 Second Best Mare and Foal, native
14 Best Gelding, native
15 Second Best Gelding, native
10 Best Filly, native
17 Second Best Filly, native
18 Best .Native Mule
10 Second Best Native Mule
20 Best Pair of Native Horses
21 Best Pair of Native Draft Horses
Division 3 SHEEP.
1 Best Imported Bam, for wool
2 Second Best Imported Ram, for wool
3 Best Imported Ram, for mutton
4 Second Best Imported Rain, for
6 Best Two Imported Ewes
6 Second Best Two Imported Ewes
7 Best Native Ram
8 Second Best Native Ram
9 Best Two Native Ewes
10 Best Three Native Fleeces
1 Best Imported Boar
2 Second Best Imported Boar
3 Best Imported Sow
4 Second Best Imported Sow
5 Best Native Sow
0 Second Best Native Sow
BOARD OF MANAGEMENT:
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7 Best Litter of Pig under ten months
. old, native
8 Best Fat Pig, native
9 Second Best Fat Pig, native
Note By "native" is meant an ani
mal born in this Kingdom, Irrespective
1 Best White Leghorn; Rooster and 2
2 Best Brown Leghorn; Rooster and 2
3 Best Black Spanish; Rooster and 2
4 Best Dominlck; Rooster and 2 Hens
5 Best Three Domestic Geese
0 Best Pair Native Geese'
7 Best Pair any other.brcel
8 Best Three Muscovy Ducks
9 Best Three Aylesbury Ducks'1
10 Best Three Canton Ducks
11 Best Three Turkeys
12 Best Three Varieties of Pigeons
Division 0 DOGS.
A show of thoroughbred dogs will be
organized, and prized will be awarded
for deserving exhibits.
Division 7 DAIRY PRODUCE.
1 Best Firkin of Butter, 10 lbs or more
2 Second Best Firkin of Butter, ,10 lbs
3 Best Pound of Butter, tho exhibitors
. being house-keepers and making
their own butter
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Division 8 FISH.
1 Finest Specimen' Imported Fresh
2 Second Best Specimen Imported
Fresh Water Fish
Division 9 DOMESTIC MANU
FACTURES. 1 Best Variety of Mats
2-Bcst Exhibit of Men's Hate
3 Best Exhibit of Women's Hats
4 Best Kapa
5 Best Exhibit of Calabashes made
from Hawaiian woods
0 Best Exhibit of Bowls of Wood and
7 Best Exhibit of Ornaments : Kukui,
Shell & others
8 Second Best Exhibit of Ornaments :
Kukui, Shell, & others
9 Best Exhibit of Artificial Flowers &
10 Best Exhibit of Carving on Wood or
11 Best Home Made Saddle
12 Best Home Made Harness
Division 10 AGRICULTURAL
Class 1 Sugar Canes.
1 Best Bundle of Sugar Cane
2 Second Best Bundle of Sugar Cane
3 Largest Collection of Different va
rieties of Sugar. Cane
4 Best single stick of Sugar Cane
Class 2 Forage Plants.
1 For the greatest variety of Forage
Plants, representing fields of not
less than one acre
2 For the introduction of any useful
foreign plant proved to succeed in
any portion of the Kingdom (speci
men plants to be exhiultedjiit the
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Class 3 Other Products
1 Best Kalo
2 Second Best Kalo
3 Greatest Number of Varieties of Kalo
4 Best exhibit of Rice in Ear, or Paddy
5 Best sample of Coffee 50 lbs
G Best collection of Native Crown
7 Best Pumpkin
8 Best Sweet Potatoes
9 Best Irish Potatoes
Class 4 Products as Manufactured
1 Best sample of Sugar
2 Second best ditto
3 Best sample of Rice
4 Second best ditto
5 Best exhibit of Fibre from any na
tive or Introduced plant grown'here
C Best exhibit of any kind of Dried or
Preserved Fruit grown in this coun
try Class 1 Plants In Flower.
1 Best collection of Roses
2 Best half dozen Roses
3 Best'Rose, single plant
4 Best collection, of Geraniums
5 Best half dozen Geraniums
0 Best Geranium, single plant
7 Best collection of Pinks
8 Best collection of Carnation
9 Best collection of Gladeoll
10 Best collection of iPansies
11 Best collection of Fuch"sias
12 Best collection of Dahlias
13 Best collection of Blgonlas
Class 2 Useful and ornamental Trees
and Plants (growing).
1 Best collection of Ferns
2 -Best half dozen Ferns
3 BcstFern, single plant
4 Best collection of colored leaf Bigo-
5 Best collection of Shrubs
0 Best collection of Cfotous
7 Second best collection of Crotous
8 Best collection of Ilibisei
9 Best collection of Gracarnas
10 Best collection of .Palms
11 Second best collection of Palms
12 Best collection of Forest Trees,
suitable for country
13 Best collection of .Native' Trees
14 Best general collection of Plants
Class 3 Cut Flowers.
1 Best Bouquet of .Flowers
2 Second best Bouquet of Flowers
3 Best collection of Roses
4 Best one Rose
5 Best exhibit of 'dried and pressed
0 Best exhibit of dried and pressed
Class 4 Fruits. '
1 Best Bunch of Bananas
2 Largest collection of Bananas
3 Best Grapes
4 Best Pine Apples
5 Best Alligator Pears
6 Best Mangoes
7 Best OrangeB
8 Best Olives
9 Best Poaches
10 Best Almonds
11 Best Figs
12 Best Guavas
13 Best Cocoanuts
14 -Best Bread Fruits ,
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15 Best Lemons .'' ' sii
10 Best Limes ' ..., .,'
17 Best Loquots
18 Best Vis
19 Best Cheremoyas
20 Best Dates
21 Best Pomegranates , ' j
22 Best Water Melons
23 Best Mush Melons
24 Best Basket of Assorted Fruits '
Class 5 Vegetables. ' r
1 Best Asparagus i ),''
2 Best Green Peas ! .
3 Best Carrots ; , , "l
4 Best Turnips : ,
5--Bcst Cabbages ' ', "'
0 Best Cauliflowers -:'.t4X
7 Best Pumpkins . $itS-
8 Best Squash , . k'
0 Best Be-ins' . "-..' .
10 Best Egg-plant ' '.":
11 Best Radishes
12 Best Kohcrabis
13 Best Celery
14 Best ussnrfinpnf rvf WxrntnVilna
Division 11 HORTICULTURE.
Division 12 AGRICULTURAL IM
PLEMENTS AND MACHINERY.
23 Best collection of Forest Trees,
suitable for the country
24 Best collection of Native Trees
Prizes will be given for the best exhi
bits of Implements and Machinery
specially to the Agricultural industries
of. these Islands, audi to the preparation
of our Agricultural products for expor
tation, and especially for now inventions
of value in this department.
awakds win also uemaue for merit
orious exhibits of articles which may not
be included in the above list; and all ex
hibits that will be of interest to the
Agriculturalist, the Mill 'Owner, or the
Horticulturalist are earnestly invited.
If in any case tho judges shall decide
that tho exhibits In a Class arc. not of
sufficient merit, no prize will be award
ed. Tho freight, to and fro, of animals
sent from tho other, islands solely for the
purpose of exhibition at the Show will
be refunded to the exhibition by the
Thi following are the Standing Committee
ol Ihe Society for the prettnt year:
On HonsES Hon. A. F. Judd, (Chair
man); Hon. J. A. Cummins, and Messrs.
8. M. Damon, F. S. Pratt and C. Lucas.
On Neat Cattle Hon. W. H. Rice
and Messrs. J. W. Wright, Jas. Camp
bell, B. F. Dillingham aid M. Rose.
On Sheep Messrs. J. E. Barnard, F.
Sinclair and F. Spencer.
On Swine Messrs. Allan Herbert, C .
T. Gulick and Geo. N. Wilcox.
On Pooxtby Messrs. R. F. Bicker
ton, Cecil Brown and W. R. Seal.
Daihy Produce Dr. Whitney and
Messrs; Henry May and S.'J. Levey.
On Aoricdltubal Implements
Messrs. W. W. Hall, J. B. Atherton and
H. R. Macfarlaue.
On Horticultdbb Messrs. J. H.
Paty, F. A. Schaofer, C. O. Berger, Rie.
mcuschneider, Kidwell and F. L. Clarke.
By order of the Board,
J. S. WEBB, See