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CATTLE

■ BHOBTHOBN Judges — Messrs fas. Ferguson and J. Deans. Marshals m attendance— Messrs J. Boyle and J. Withell GltH Zi— For tbo beßt ball calved sino* July I, lßß6— John Small, 1 and 2 OlißiSS— For the best ball c»lv«d since Joly 1, 1887— John Small 1 Glftiß 86— For the best cow of any age m fnpk or m «»H— John Bmftil 1 Clut 87— For the beßt heller calyed Binoe Julj 1, 1886- John Small, 1 end 2 Glasi 88— For the best heifer calved since July I, l6B7— Mftwsoo Bros, 1 ; John Small, 8 ATBSHIBS Cliv 40— Vat the but ball Oilfed since

1 1 Clbps 41— For the best bull calved sinoe July ; 1 1, 1887— Olarka Bros, 1 ' [ Glass 42— For the best cow of any age m ] milk or m calf—Clarke Bros, 1 and 2 j Class 43 —For the best heifer oalved since , July I, lßß6— Clarke Bros, 1 and 2 Class 44— For the best heifer oalved sinoe July 1, 1887— Clarke Broß, 1, 2, and highly commended AN? OTHER BREED Class 45— For the best bull of any age— Alex McKenzie, 1 Glass 46— For the best oow of any age m milk or m calf— John Small, 1 and 2 John Orr and Co, £1 Is ; for the befff milch oow of any breed m full profit. Special entry — John Small, 1 Class 47— For the best miloh oow of any age or breed m full profit— John Small, 1 Class 48 -For the best fat bullook— John Small, 1 Class 50— For the best fat steer— John Small, 2 Class 51— For the best fat heifer, oalved jinoe July I, lßß6— John Small, 1 HORSES. DB AUGHT BORSKS. Judjes— Messrs R. Davie, John Boag and W. Holly Marshals m Attendance — Messrs R. Millar, Peter Williams, J. Lloyd and Dennis McKendry Class 52— For the best entire horse ofjany age— Dennis McKendry, 1 ; John Gttmour, 2 ; John Small, highly commended Class 55— For the best mare, m foal or with foal at foot— Thos Taylor, 1 ; Clarke Bros, 2 Class 56— For the best mare to be shown with two of her progeny— John Small, 1; Clarke Bros, 2 Class 57— For the best dry mare of any age —John Small, 1 and 2 ; John Gilmour, highly commended Class 58— For the beßt filly foaleo" since July I, lßßs— John Gilmour 1 and 2 Class 59— For the best filly foaled Binot July 1, 1886— J. 0. N. Grigg, 1 ; Thos White, 2 ; John Small, commended. P. O'Connoll, horse cover; for the beßt two-year-old colt or filly (draught horses) — J. C. N. Grigg, 1 Class 60— Best Yearling Filly— John Small, 1 ; John Shearer, 2 ; Thomas White, highly oommended Class 61— For the best Gelding, of any age W. Jameson, 1 ; F. McCafferty, 2 ; Clarke Bros, highly commended ; John Small, oom] mended Class 62— For the best Gelding foaled since July I, lßßs— Clark Bros, 2 Class 63— For the best Gelding foaled since July 1, 1886— J. C. N. Grigp, 2 Class 64— For the best Yearling Colt or Gelding— W. 3toddart, 1 ; I. M. Thompson, 2 ; J. C. N. Grigg, highly oommended John Gilmour, the services of his entire Kelvin ; for the best Yearling Colt of that Bire — I. M. Thompson, 1 W. Patching, horse cover ; for the best Yearling Colt or Filly (draught horses)— John Small, 1 Class 65— For the best Mare or Gelding suitable for a carrier's cart up to 3Oowt— J. C. N. Grigg, 1 ; W. J. Crooks, 2 Glass 66— For the best team of two horses (mareß of geldings), of any age, m regular work, the honafi&e property of exhibitor ; to to Bhown m harness. J. B. Steel and Sods, set swingle trees, for best team of two horses (draught, Class 66)— W. Jamießon, 1 ; Clarke Bros, 2 Clasß 67—For the best team of three horses same conditions as Class 66 -Clarke Bros, 1 and 2 Friedlander Broa £2 2s, for beßt Draught Mare on ground— John Small's Diamond John Gilmour service of " Paisley Jook " for best Yearling Fillyt by " Kelvin "—Thos. White BLOOD STOCK! Judges— Hon E5 Gray, and A! Boyle . i Marshals m attendance— Messrs Gi Jameson, Ei Cookson, and E. W. Bowyer Olasß 68— For the best Entire Horse of any age— L: Markey, 1 ; W; Kerr, 2 Class 69— For the best entire horse foaled ■inoe July Ist, 1885— Peter Jolhe, oommended Class 71 — For the best brood mare m foal, or with foal at foot— Hi J{ Tasker, 1 ; Donald McLean, 2 ; Jameß Oarlan, highly commended Clbbb 73— For the best colt or gelding foaled sinoe July Ist, 1887— James Carlan, 1 CABMAGE HORSES. Judges— Messrs James Campbell, John Rutherford, Henry Overton Marshals m attendance — Messjrs Mi Stitt, T; E. Upton, G, Alington, M. Friedlander Class 76 — For the best entire ' horse M any age— L, Markey, 1 ; Mi Friedlander, 2 Class 77— For the beßt entire horse foaled since July Ist, 1885— Jj CT N.< Grigg, 1; Andrew Dawson, 2 Class 79— For tha best brood mare m foal, or with foal at foot— Ji 05 N. Grigg, 1 Class 81 — For the best oolt or gelding foaled since July Ist, 1886— J; Harrison, 1, Win Prebble, 21 Class 82— For the best oolt or gelding foaled sinoe July Ist, 1887— A; W; Randell, 1; John G; Restell, 2; T. N; Digby, commended M. Friedlander, the servioe of his entire Blaokwood Abdallah, for the beet foal by that sire— Gould and Cameron, 1 Class 83— For the best filly foaled since July Ist, 1886-John G; Reßtell, 1 ; T! N. Digby, 2 Class 86— For the beßt pair of buggy horses (mares or geldings), the property of one owner— H: Hi Seoretan, 1 ; D. Briok, 2 Class 87— For the best buggy horse (mare or gelding— E. Monson, 1 ; Di Thomas, 2 ; J. Croy, commended Class .88 — For the beßt dog-cart horse (mare or gelding— M. Friedlander, 1 M: Stitt, £2 2b, for the best dog-cart horse (mare or gelding), to be shown m harness and driven — RobtFrisby, 1 £'. F. Wright, a truck load of Mount Somers coal, delivered at Mount Somers station ;to the owner of the mare, m any class on the ground, which, m the opinion of the judgeß, will, mated with a thoroughbred horse, be likely to breed a good dog-oart mare or gelding- A: Wi Randell, 1 HACKNEYS Judges— Hon E, Gray, Messrs G G Stead, and A, Boyle Marshals m,, attendance — Messrs G, Jameson, E, Cookson, E, W, Bowyer and W. Sutherland Class 89— For the best mare or gelding, Buitable for a fanner's Whiteohapel cart (the ionafidt property of a farmer), to be shown m harness and driven— L! Rattray, 1; Geo! Worner, 2 ; Robtl Frisby, highly commended Class 90— For the best; roadster or haok j (mare or gelding) up to 14st — John Orr, 1 : Jt C: N: Grigg, 2 Class 91— For the best roadster or hack (mare or gelding), fit to carry not lees than lOst ■ weight-J: 0. N. Grigg, 1; a M; Straohey, 2; Wm. Patterson, highly oommended John Grigg, £2 2s, for the beßt roadster or hack (mare or gelding), to be shown m saddle and ndden— Donald McLean, 1 W.Pattman, £1 Is; for the best yearling likely to make a weight-carrier, by a thoroughbred sire— J; G. Reßtell, 1 Glass 92— For tht best lady's haok (mare or gelding) which has been thoroughly broken m as a lady's haok: To be shown m side-saddle, and ridden by a lady — J* O; N: Grigg, 1 and 2 ; Mrs Ci Reid, highly commended McCallum and Goi, pieoe of plate value £8 3s ; for the best lady's haok (mare or geld-ing)-J; 0: N. Grigg, 1 ; Mrs 0! Reid, highly commended H: 0: Segere, trimmed hat, value 15s 6d ; for the rider of the best lady's haok— Mits Lucy Ed*, 1 W. Anderson, lady'a whip, for tha beet lady rider— Mrs Hioks, 1 HCNTERS Judges — Messrs Ja6, Campbell, John Rutherford, and Henry Overton Marshals m attendance — Messrs M, Stitt, T, F. Upton, G, Alington, and M. Friedlanier Class 94— For the beet hunter up to 14st, to be ridden m the presence of tho judges, previous to examination, over fair hunting fences, three trial* allowed—W. P. Claridge, 1 ; W; Perks, 2 0! G. Ha* don, £3 3s ; for the best two-year-old (mare or gelding) likely to make a list hunter — William Prebble, 1 John Ranger, bridle, value 35« ; for the best Hunter up to 14st— J: W; Joynt, 1 Class 95— For the best hunter up to list Sam* conditions as Glass 94— Wm Helmoro, 1 ; T. Bennißon, 2 PONIES Judges— Messrs Jas Campbell, John Rutherford and Henry Overton ■ Marshals m attendance— Messrs Stitt, Upton, Alington and Friedlander I Clais 96— For the best entire pony of ary age, not exceeding 14 hands high— Q, F: Soott, 1 ; W: J! Siloock, 2 ! Class 97— For the best pony (mare or gelding), not. exoeeding 14 hands high, and thoroughly quiet to ridt; To be shown m if addle, and ridden bj • boy or girl— W. J.

Glass 9s— For the best pony (mare or gelding), not exceeding 13 hands high, and thoroughly quiet to ride, to bo shown m saddle, and riddtn by a boy or girl— Master J. R. Friedlander, 1 ; Samuel Mulling, 2 ; Of F. M: Wroughton, highly commended G. F. Scott, £1 Is, for the best thret pony mares, not to exceed 13 hands, the bsna fide property of one owner— Samuel MulHdb, 1 M! Friedlander, a handsome book ; for the best boy rider (m pony classes), ago of rider to be taken into consideration — Master Friedlander, 1 HOB^E SHOEING Judges — Messrs Andrew McFarlane and P. Duncin Marshal m attendance — Mr Daniel McKend'y Glass 99— For the beat shod hack— J: Rogers, 1 ; W. H. Paget,f oommended Glass 100 — For the JJbest shod draught horse— Thos: Whitta, 1 ; Thoßl Kingston, commended LEAFING MATCH This evant waa won by H. G. Moore W; H: Collier, embroidered Bummer dresß, foi the belt lady rider over high jump— Mrß McDowell, 1

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CATTLE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1987, 3 November 1888

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CATTLE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1987, 3 November 1888

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