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(per press association.) Donedis, Novernbir 20 The wea'hjr was ng.^ir» b -if) enmt for i tbo second day of tho A. and P shiw. Ooeor <w» showers fell, but in* atten--1 danco w*s lar^e oudar the oi=-oumiranoes. In draught horse* Mr X Gawn won the I oup as t'->o krgeet prlz»- taker, bs colt Salisbury* Prid-s inkl<-g tho si c. produce _ stakes; Mr Findlay with, Violet, Lord •Salisbury- D nab, doing tbo same In \ fi'lles. The show of blood ttook was fair t LeLoup boln? givau firafc prfz i over Bun- • doora. S;me fine oarrlago horses aod hackneys were exhibit 3d. The show In pigs was probably the best ever shown . here, Messrs D'Aovergoe Bros , and \ ! Rowe (Chrlstchuroh). Olarkson, Thomson, 5 Allan Bros;, »nu Gatforth, a\\ taking . prfzss. In hunters, the jamplng contests s attracted much attention, Bugler taking • the prfza for hunters and Robin Hood m y the leaping competition. The show ol dairy produce was only fair In buttai Messrs Grant and Meadows, the experti who so ed as jidges, expressed surprise at the poor quality. The gold medal foi the best twj oheosea was scoured by th« Bruoe Dairy Faotory, with the Inot Oluha Faotory second, the Gore f actor j a third, the Wal»n<wa Factory fourth, anc b the Peninsula Factory highly commended t The hams and bacon were a goad claia c The takings at the gates amounted ti a £254, and £300 was subscribed. c •——■—■«——____ j _

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OTAGO A. AND P. ASSOCIATION'S SHOW., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2001, 30 November 1888

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OTAGO A. AND P. ASSOCIATION'S SHOW. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2001, 30 November 1888

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