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The following are additional results: - In the Ayrshire cattle, Cochrane Weir was first for bull three years or upwards, for cow in milk, for heifer one year old, also second for best cow or heifer bied by exhibitor. Weir Bros, were first for twoyear bull, dry cow, thnce.-ycar and twoyear heifers (dry), two-year heifer in milk, cow and two of her progeny, and best cow or heifer bred by exhibitor. The same exhibitors took several second prizes, and also showed the champion Ayrshire bull and champion cow or heifer.’ The judges remarked that in this section the one-year bulls were very good, the twoyear bull was a good specimen, that should bo further heard of, the bulls section showed two extremely good bens's and that generally the bulls would bold their own on show anywhere. On the whole, the Ayrshire® at'this show would bold their own at any show, in the opinion of the judge (Air T. Lewis),who has jndgi-d from Taranaki to Gore. The IVrevcri" Aynshires were the best he had judged this season. 7 The judges regarded the Jersey cattle as a really creditable class, reflecting great credit and good ta c te on the part of the exhibitors. The only regret was Hint mov..exhibitors had not,' participated. Mr F. Hellyer showed the champion bull and champion cow or heifer, also taking all the first prizes. The Holstein cattle were fairly good, hut tho champion heifer shown ’by Mr F. E. TTellver was a very fine head. Mr G. Wray showed the champion bull (one year). In shorthorn cattle G. Wray took the onlv first prize. For cross-brcds F. F. Hellyer, G. Wray, and J. A. Weir were the prize-takers. The entries of sheep, though not numerous, were of good quality, the fat sheep being especially so. Me-srs J. Mocandrew and H. Allen were the prize-inkers. In tho dog section, J. Dond'Dnn was fir=t for smooth collie. J. F. H. M’Catthv for rough collie, and J. Macandrow for bearded collies. The poultry section showed an improve, ment on former rears. Airs J. 8. Al'Gartney was first for beef White Le- 1 been cork and hen, and for the best duels and drnk", any breed, this exhibitor aHo taking fi'«t prize for the dozer heaviest eggs, the dozen sealing 2lb ?:?oz. Mrs J. Borne (oH; fir c t prizes for butter without salt, nov/dered butter, and salt, butter. Aliss D’ek being first in fancy butter f or the fable. For girdle scones Miss A. was first; for oven scones, oatmeal cakes, and beet collection of small cakes. Mrs J. R. ADGirtnev: for bememnde loaf. Afrs J. Bnvne ; for p.’keie-.s a r, d shortbread Airs M. Gcarv. Airs .1. Bnvne was first for roll of bacon. Win. Gill for basket of vcg->tabl°s and potatoes fk’dnev variety). J. Donalil--on for early potatoes (round variety) and late potatoes.

In the ber.«e section W. f mvan was first for rivrWdnle. stallion three yearn or upwards. For two-year-old stallion J. T..i"d’-.''il l ro o k firM prize n nd tb" ehamrionshin. For brood mare W. I’rdrmr was first ; for foal. M. fDary fi’st : drv nrno. B. Kano first; three-roar-old file F Aitken first; tbroe-vror peldine. B. K-’iie firrt ; two-year fi'b' M*. f'ownn first, ; *wo. year veM'ocr, J, Donaldson ; otm-vear rob nre]a or t’dlv. AT. Grarv first. For 11ro lit sin ine-enrt boron mi to 7rwt, J. Duel*'"anton firot ; to 10owt. B Ji'i v firs). Heavy fsprimz-rart horse, un to Ifiowt. ft Ti-rt'o fi'-cf : surinc-v-in boron no to on- ton. B. Kano first. p-,( inn--J drairobt borees B. Kane fi-H ; m’r of Wir.ceis rm-n-d on Penins'da -Mid imvt i 1 nl-ln for Peninsnln ivo’-k, M. (t*- 1 :"- fir-t . W fiomn eeenn/l rind thi-d. fhairMv'oii sh/lim, J T.atvlroth : rbemtv-ii nm- end foal. M* Une-rs. The tiidn-oj 7-.-m-Irl.-r 1 ifiai fb« d—m.rlll borons bad r'-es'lr "11r. roved. Tbo twr,-i-oa|. rob' a-d fill'-.-wore verv i-o -d all 13- 11 a r n C - u-er- rood, and the geldings wot- fit for .an— ebon- rinr. 'rim ;„dir--s v-’p: Draught her'es. J. Gal la ndnr * li -dt(, boron®. \ . s. Orlv-1! : cbnn-Wp’i -,rod ovoro.breds. bom \ Don-Ins; and D. < '->t’ierland ; T-1-di'r-s. If.. T-mvis .- Ald-r-ner-s and TT-'l- l -'ns. XV. Blar-kia ; 'll pen and ivm, TT X' F" ! - (on; do-7 and ponb-V B, Fo"n‘.a : n: mv>dne- Mr V C Tl -'s: and Xl.■ T d Vvhnn. Tim rov-idm* n-:m Mr XV A. Bnynbird. and Mr 8 TTmklev i-ec-ietni\.

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PORTOBELLO SHOW, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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PORTOBELLO SHOW Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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