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Lincoln College Egg-Laying Competition.

The statement for the sixth week of the New Zealand Utility Poultry Club's egglayiug competition at Lincoln College shows that the total numbers of eggs laid during tho week was 347, making the total to date 1730. The average per peu last week was nine, aompared with 8 20-28 th the previous week, 'i'he fallowing are the highest on the list, the total given being for the six weeks:—Me IT. Hawke. Gr*ytown (Silver Wyandottes) 25, total 166; Mr A. M. Price, Christchurch (Buff Orpington?) 24, total 143; Mr J. Mann/fempleton (White Wyandottes) 23, total "31: Mr Alfred Tyree, Chrisfcchurch (Black Orpingtons) 20, total 114; Mr F. A. Kollinson, Kaiapoi (White Leghorns) 14, total 96; Mr R. E. M. Evanp, Christchurch. (Silver Wyandottes) 13, total 95; Mr H. y. Ciix, Sockburn (But! Orpingtons) 17, total 04; Mr Edmund Walker, Fernside (Buffi Orpingtons) 27, total 84.

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Lincoln College Egg-Laying Competition., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6594, 13 June 1905

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Lincoln College Egg-Laying Competition. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6594, 13 June 1905

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