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KENNEL CLUB SHOW.

WELLINGTON, October 15. The feature of the Kennel Club's show ia the _ manocr of benohing, whioh is now oarried out on the latest English lines. The show of collies is a very fine one, and pro* bibly a better has not been seen in the colonies. This class was judged by Mr F. Briggs (of Christchurch), while Mr E. P. Cox (of Sydney) judged the other classes. Messrs Harrison and Horrox (of Wellington) were the most successful competitors in collies with Harbinger, which took the principal prizes and the championship in the rough-coated classes. Messrs Brodie and Dunlop (luvercargill) took most of the prizes for cocker spaniels. Mr P. Hunter (of Porangahau) was the principal prizetaker in English setters; Brinley and Westlake (of Lyttelton) in Irish Betters; and Messrs Rose and Barnard (of Dunedin) in retrievers'. Allan Breck, belonging tp Messrs Rogen and Andrews (of Evansdale, Otago), won the prize for the best rough, coated collie in the show. Mr G. E. Whari ton (of Dunedin) secured most, of the prizes in the fox-terrier class with Neilpath Decoy, while Mr W. R. Morris (of Wellington) was the most successful competitor ia Irish terriers.

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KENNEL CLUB SHOW., Issue 10446, 16 October 1897, Supplement

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KENNEL CLUB SHOW. Issue 10446, 16 October 1897, Supplement

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