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(Special to the Star.)

BALCLTJTHA, December 4. The Clutha Show was held/ to-day. Tho weather was variable—heavy showers in the morning, and gale later. The entries constitute a record, the increases being in cattle, draught horses, sheep, and dairy produce. John Campbell, of Invercargill, was successful with Ayrshire cattle. P. Murray (Ciydevale) was the principal exhibitor in Shorthorns. The draught horse section was robbed of its interest to some extent through the absence of the stallions, which were judged at tho parade in October. Sheep were a strong feature of the show, in two-year-old draught colts J, J. Cross's colt by Major Stewart was placed first. In a splendid ring of 12 yearling colts Peter Dow (Allanton) was first, with a colt by Baron Bold; G. Patrick's (Te Houka) Baron Bold colt being second.

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CLUTHA SHOW., Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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CLUTHA SHOW. Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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