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EGG-LAYESFS COMPETITION. The New Zealand Utility Poultry Club's tenth egg-laving competition—April 8, 1914, to March ~31, 1915; six hens to a pen—completed its thirty-fifth week on December 8 as follows: —Light Breeds.— 1. A. W. Adams (Shoffield), W.L. 1,006 2 Heretaunga P.C. (Silverstroam), W.L. 1,004 3. B. P. L. CJavson (Eketahuna) 99^ 4. CaMcr Bros. "(Oamaru), W.L.... 991 5. J. W. Green (St. Albans), W.L. 985 6. Willis and Son (New Brighton), W.L 971 7. D Y. Gibson (Herbert), W.L. 966 —Heavy Breeds.— 1. Miss Rita Nixon, 8.0 1,015 2. R. Munger (Hutt), 8.0 907 3. W. E. Green (St. Albans), S.W. 879 —lndian Runner Ducks. — 1. Heretaunga P.C. (Silverstream) .984 2 Glencoe Hunch (Karori) 948 The 42 pens in the light breeds (252 birds) have'laid in the 34 weeks a total-of 37,398 eggj; the 18 peus of heavy birds tloß birds) have laid 13,904 eggs; and the Indian Kunners (6 pens, 36 birds) have laid 5,266 eggs.

Miss Fanny Paris, of larmouth, Isle of Wight, has received a message from the Kirn; congratulating her on attaining her 100 th birthday. The Tsar has conferred on Prince Oleg, son of the Grand Duke Constantino, who has died of wounds, the insignia of the Order of St. Georgo. When careful Scotsmen pin their faith to one brand of tobacco, it's surely something good. So it is. Tost BONNIE DOON today and see if ifs not a' riahfc.—lAdvtJ

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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