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Egg Laying Competition.

United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph, CmRrsTCHuBCH, May 15 The statement; for the second week of the 1 New Zealand Utility Club's egg laying competition at Lincoln College shows that the total of eggs laid during the week was 236, making a total for the two weeks of 412. Last week the Silver Wyandottes of Mr H. Hawke (Greytown North) headed the list with 33 eggs, total for two weeks | 39. The Buff Orpingtons of Mr A. N. Price (Christchurch), laid 22 eggs last week, total for two weeks 29, The Black Orpingtons of Mr Alfred Tyree (Christchurch),, laid 20 eggs last week, total for two weeks 28. Other competitors well up on the list are Meßsrs John Tindall (Ghrißtchureh), Silver Wyandottes, 32 for two weeks, E. E, M. Evana (Christchuroh), Silver Wyandottea, 32 for two weeks, John Munn, White Wyandotteß, 29 for two weeks, Earnest. Scott (Dunedin), Brown Laghorns, 26 for two weeks. The average Jast week was nearly 6.2 per pen. and for the previou* week 4.6 per cent.

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Egg Laying Competition., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6571, 16 May 1905

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Egg Laying Competition. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6571, 16 May 1905

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