Tuesday, 27 August 2019

Wild Flower Shows in Western Cape, 1933

CAPE TIMES - 1933, August 19 & September 2
CALEDON FLOWER SHOW
The most wonderful display of Wild Flowers in the World will open on Saturday, September 16, 1933, at 1 p.m. at the Caledon Show Grounds by Mr. A. Devine, Mayor of Paarl and President, C.P. Municipal Association.
Attractions
There will be a Floral Car Parade at 2.30 p.m., Rugby Match (Caledon vs. Moorreesburg) at 4 p.m. and a Dance in the Town Hall at 8 p.m. (Droomer’s Orchestra). Refreshments obtainable on Show Grounds.
Travelling Facilities
For particulars apply Thos. Cook & son and S.A. Travel Bureau, Cape Town.
The S.A. Railways are running SPECIAL TRAINS on day of Show, 7/6 First Class return Fares from Cape Town (3rd Class 5/-). See Posters at all Railway Stations.
P.J. Steyn and J.A. Krige, Hon. Secretaries.
Phone 34. Box 33, Caledon
CAPE TIMES – 1933, September 2

TULBAGH FLOWER SHOW
The Flower Garden of the Cape Show will be held on Saturday, 23rd September, 1933.
Opening Ceremony by Dr. D.F. Malan, M.P. (former Minister of Interior), at 2 p.m.
Excursion fares from Cape Town and all stations up to Worcester and South thereof, including branch lines.
Special Motor Fares from Cape Town.
For particulars apply to the South African Travel Bureau, sole Agents, 52, St. George’s Street, Cape Town.
Refreshments obtainable on the Show Grounds.
CAPE TIMES – 1933, September 2

CERES FLOWER SHOW
The Ceres Wild Flower Show is to be held on Monday, October 2 (Wiener’s Day).
The widespread interest in the event is shown by the innumerable inquiries received from people as far afield as Johannesburg.
The Bain’s Kloof Pass is now open to motorists, and a special train will be run from Cape Town to Ceres for the Show, with the usual excursion facilities to travelers at the intermediate stations.
CAPE TIMES – 1933, August 19

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