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DRAUGHT HORSES. Judges—Messrs R. Matthews and R. HolloyQr.) Entire of any age-Mr McKendrys Diplomacy 1, Mr J. Gilmour's Kelvin 2, Mr J. Small's Vanquisher 3. Entire 3 years old—Mr M. Friedlander's Kew Style 1, Mr N. Fitzgerald a J Entire Colt 2 years old—Mr John Small's Lord Cranley 1, Mr P. Cunningham's Oallum o' Glen 2, Clarke Bros, 3. For the best mare in foal, or with foal at foot—Mr J. Small 1, Mr W. Jamison 2, Mr P. Cunningham highly commended, Mr W. Jamison commended. Best mare to be shown with two of her Srogeny— Mr W. J. Stoddar* 1 and 2, larke Bros. 3, Mr W. J. Stoddart commended. ' CATTLE Duncan Cameron, £2 2s; for the largest prize-taker in cattle. Judges—Messrs J. R. Brodie and James Guild. Marshals—Messrs S. Chapman and J. Boyle. SIIOKTHOKN. Bull of any age—John Small, 1; Yearling bull—John Small, 1 and 2 ; cow of any age in milk or in calf—John Small, 1, 2, and highly commended; heifer two years old—W. Strange 1, John Small 2, . nnd highly commended ; yearling heifer— John Small, 1 and 2. AYKSH.TRE. Bull of any age—Clarke Bros., 1 and 2; for the best yearling bull—Clarke Bros., 1, 2 and highly commended ; cow of any age in millc or in calf- Mrs T. McDowell, 1, Clarke Bros. 2, W. Wills highly commended. Yearling Heifer—Clarke Bros. 1, J. Gough2. . . ■ Cow of any age in milk or in calf — D. Thomas h KZ. Farmers' Co-operative Associa^ tion, £2 2b; for the best Jersey cow— D.Thomas 1 ANY OTHEft BEEED. Bull of any age—A. McKenzie, 1. Cow of any age in milk or in calf—John Small 1, John Small 2. \ Milch cow of any age rr breed, in full profit -A. J. Huston 1, A. W. Randall 2. W. H. Collins, £1 Is ; Cottager's cow in milt, where not more than two are kept-E. MfcKee, 1. Fat Bullock or Steer—A. J. Huston 1 antl2- T « , \ t Fat Cow or Heifer—J. bawle 1, J. Small 2, A. J. Huston highly commended. DOGS. SHEEP DOGS. Judges—Messrs Donald Cameron and M.Millar. Marshal -Mr G. W. Leadley. Smooth-coated Collie Sheep Dog or Slut—J. Moore 1, L. Rattray 2. Rough-coated Collie Sheep Dog or Slut —G. J. Cholmondeley 1, L. Rattray 2. Cattle, Dog or Slut—J. R. "VVilliams 1.

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PRIZE LIST., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2558, 31 October 1890

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PRIZE LIST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2558, 31 October 1890

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