Huddersfield Chronicle (27/Sep/1862) - Netherton: Vegetable Show

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NETHERTON

Vegetable Show

On Monday last the first of an intended annual show of vegetables was held at the house of Mr. Jesse Kaye, the Big Valley Hotel, Netherton, where a very creditable display of excellent grown vegetables were placed on the tables. For the first prize — a large handsome copper kettle, given by the landlord — for a tray of vegetables there was a spirited competition, — no less than nine trays being exhibited. It was won by Brook Lockwood, who has obtained three other kettles this season, for vegetable trays. The following other principal prizes were awarded. Second tray, John Senior. Lewis Lunn obtained first prizes in leeks, parsnips, white turnips, red onions, red potatoes, eschalots, cauliflowers, and dahlias. Brook Lockwood, first in celery, white onions, peas, and white round potatoes. George Stringer, first red cabbage, first scarlet runners. Benjamin France, first carrots. John Booth, first white kidney potatoes. The judges were Mr. Joseph Heys of Armitage Bridge House, and the gardener of Bentley Shaw Esq., and their awards gave general satisfaction.

Huddersfield Chronicle (27/Sep/1862) - Netherton: Vegetable Show

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