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PRIZE LIST.

SHEEP. LINCOLN, Judges—Messrs H. Ford and J. Haydon. ; • Marshals—Messrs H. H. Wright, and S. Muffins. t Bam above 18 months old—J. Withell 1, J. £Strin« fellow 2. Ram under 18 montys old —M. Friedlander I, 2, and highly commended. Three Ew«s above "j,B, myntlis old, with

lambs at foot--M. Friedlander 1, T. N. Digby2. . J. Studholme, junr., £l Is ; Lincoln Ewe, with lamb atfoot—M. Friedlander 1. Three Ewes under 18 months old—M. Friedlauder 1 and 2. EXOHSII LEICESTER. Ram above 18 months old- J. Bonifant 1 find 2. Rani under 18 months old—T. Bonifanb 1, 2, and highly commended. Ewes above 18 months old, with lambs at foot—J. Bonifant 1 and 2. J. Studholme, jtmr., £1 .Is ;fo;- thcbosb Leicester Fwo with hmb fit foot—J. Bonifant-1. Threw Ewes under 18 months old—J. Bonifant 1, 2, and commended., BORDER LEICESTER. Ram above 18 months old—J. Gjtiga 1 and 2. „■ . | ' " Ram under 18 months old—J. G«|igg 1 and 2. I' „ Three Ewes under 18 months olif—-Mi" ■Fviedlander 1. I DOWN BREEDS. * Judges—Messrs C. T. Dudley and J. Mcßeath. Marshals—Messrs J. Chalmera aiid R. Jeff. BOUTHDOWX. Ram above 18 months old—R. B. Jeff 1. HAMPSHIRE DOWN. Ram above 18 months old—M. Friedlander 1 and 2. Ram under 18 months old—M. Friedlander 1 and 2. Three Ewes, above 18 months old; with lambs at foot—M. Friedlander 1. Three Ewes under 18 mouths old—M. Friedlander 1 and 2. SHROPSHIRE DOWST. Ram above 18 months old—J. Grigg 1. Ram under 18 months old—J. Grigg 1 and 2, Three Ewes above 18 months old with lambs at foot—T. E. Upton 1. J. Studholme, junr., £1 Is ; Down Ewe with lamb at foot—M. Friedlander 1. CROSSBKEDS. Judges—Messrs C. T. Dudley and J. Mcßeath. Marshals—Messrs J. Chalmers and R. Jeff. Five Hoggets, first cross (Lincoln or Leicester "with Merino), state breeding— J. Stringfellow 1, J. Stringfellow 2. Miles and Co., plate value £3 3s ; Five Crossbred #Hoggets out of Half-bred Ewes, by Lincoln or Leicester rams— Chatmoss Estate 1, \V. Strange highly commended, M. Friedlander disqualified on account of breeding. ■ W. M. Lytteltoh, £1 la; FiveHo^ets the progeny of Pure Longwool Rams. Special entry—T. N. Digby 1, Chatmoss Ertate commended. Five Crossbred Hoggets, any breed (state breeding)—M. Friedlander 1, Chabmoss Estate 2. Chatmoss Estate commended. FAT SHEEP. Judges—Messrs C. T. Dudley and J. Mcßeath. Marshals—Messrs J. Chalmors and R. Jeff. Five Merino Wethers, suitable, for butchers' purposes—J. Bonifant 1. , Five Crossbred Wethers, first cross, (Lincoln or Leicester Rams with Merino) state breeding—J. Stringfellow 1 and 2. Five Crossbred Wethers, by Down Rams (state beeding)—M. Friudlander 1 and 2. Five Crossbred Wethers, any breed (state breeding}—M. Friedlandor 1 and 2. NiZ. Loan md Mercantile Agency Company, £3 3s, for tiie bcs!> ten Crossbred sheep suitable for the frozen meat trade—J. M. Smith 1. . LAMBS. Five Fab Lambs, ;my breed (state breeding)—M. Friedlander 1 and 2 Cattle Duncan Cameron, £2 2s ; for the largest prize-taker in cattle. ; Judges—MoHsr.s J. R. Brotlie and James Guild. Marshals—Messrs S. Chapman and J. Boyle. ; SHORTHORN. Bull of any age—John Small, 1; Yearling bull—John Small, 1, tuid 2 ; cow of any age in milk or in calf—John Sniall, 1, 2, and hiirhly commeudod ; heifer two years old—W. Strange 1, John Small 2, and highly commended ; yearling heifer— John Small, 1 and 2. AYRSHIRE. Bull of any nge—Clarke Bros., 1 and 2; for the best yearling bull—Clarke Bros., 1, 2 and highly commended ; cow of any age in milk or in calf - Mrs T. McDowell, 1, Clarke Bros. 2, W. Wills highly commended. Yearling Heifer—Clarke Bros. 1, J. Gougti 2. Cow of any age in milk or in calf— D. Thomas 1. _ N.Z. Farmers' Co-operative Associa tion, £2 2s; for the best Jensey cow— D.Thomas 1 . ANY OTHER BREED. 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 rcr breed, in full profit -A. J. Huston 1, A. W. Randall 2. W. H. Collins, £1 Is • Cottager's cow in milk, where not more .than two are kept—E. McKee, 1. Fat Bullock or Steer—A. J. Huston 1 and 2. Fat Cow or Heifer—J. Sawle 1, iJ. Small 2, A. J. Huston highly commended.

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PRIZE LIST., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2559, 1 November 1890

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PRIZE LIST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2559, 1 November 1890

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