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WOOL AWARDS AT THE EXHIBITION.

, (by TELEGRAPH.) Wellington, Jan. 28. The following is a list of the awards granted to New Zealand wool at the Exhibition •—■ Division B—Wool (in grease) from any variety of sheep other than merino : Sub-class 26—Six ram lioggetts’ fleeces, unskirted.—Commended, D. McNicholl, Auckland. Sub-class 27—Six ewes, fleeces, unslcirted.—First prise, James Wallace, Auckland. Sub-class 23—Six owe lioggetts’ fleeces, unskirted. —First prize, Chas. Reid. Supplementary competitive exhibition— Division G—Wool in grease, other breeds: Sub-class 25—Six rams’ fleeces, uuskirted. —Highly commended, W. 11. Watt and Baker and Allison. Sub-class 26 —Six ram lioggetts’ fleeces, unskirted.—Highly commended, W. H. Watt and Owen and Dethridge. Sub-class 27—Six ewes’ fleeces, ua skirted.—Hisdily commended, W. H. Watt. Sub-class 30—Six ram lioggetts’ fleeces, unskirted.—Highly commended, W. H. Watt. Sub-class 31—Six owes’ fleeces, unskilled. —Highly commended, W. H. Watt. Sub-class 32—Six owe lioggetts’ fleeces, uuskirted.—Highly commended, W. H. Watt.

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WOOL AWARDS AT THE EXHIBITION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 54, 29 January 1880

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