The following concludes our report of the Agricultural and Pastoral Show, held yesterday. During the afternoon the attendance increafed, and at 4 o'clock between two and three thousand persons were on the ground. The receipts for the day at the g;>,tes were £83 ss, showing a falling off of £40 Bs, asjeompared with last yt.'ar, when the total was £123 13s. Mr Max Fiiodlauder, being the largest prize-taker in sheep, will be awarded the President's silver cup; Mr John Small secures Mr John Gri<?g's ten-guinea award for the largest prizetaker in draught horses, and also the President's silver cup for the largest prize-taker in horses of all classes. Mrs J. Small carried off the President's fiveguine'V silver cup for the largest prizetokor in produce; and Mr W. Wills secured the special award qf the New Zealand Farmers' Co-operative Asaocia tion (£3 3s), and Mr J. Studholme's prize (£2) for pigs. In cattle Mr John Small was also the most successful competitor, securing Mr Duncan Cameron's two-guinea prize as the largest prizet;»ker.
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ANNUAL SHOW., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2559, 1 November 1890
ANNUAL SHOW. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2559, 1 November 1890
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