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—g . r[Fbom Our Owh Correspondent, j LAWRENCE, August IS, The annual Poultry, Cage Birds, Cat, and Dog Society’s show, held here to-day, was a big success. The number of entries in poultry exceeded 400, all kinds being well represented. Among the Dunedin exhibitors, of whom there were about Jty/epty, the leading prizetakers were; Messrs Aitlcpn, Carlton, Meyers, Rose, Watson, Morrjs, and G. Fenwick. The principal were: Messrs Hart, Pctts, Cursey, A. Morris, Draper, Arbuekle, apd Mills, A game pullet owned by Mr Fenwick (Dunedin) took the prize for the best bird in the show. The sheep dog trial was also a great success, there being pine entries. A dog owned by Mr Elder, of Roxburgh, took the first prize. ■

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LAWRENCE POULTRY SHOW., Issue 7986, 15 August 1889

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LAWRENCE POULTRY SHOW. Issue 7986, 15 August 1889

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