One of the oldest established agricultural and. pastoral societies in tho vicinity of Dunedin is the Blneskiiv Society, who were to-day holding their 47th summer ,-hcw at Waitati. There was a large attendance of local people, and a, good many journeyed from town.
In all cigssce the entries quite, as largo as in previous years, and th* quality of tho stock was "fill nictoT-ained. There, was a fine showing of ponies. Air John Cuff judged the Ayrshire cattle, Mr William Towukyv t-ho crossbreds, Mr H. Gawn tho draught, horses, and Mr Rut hv.-n the thoroughbreds, coach, and hack P. Ireland was the most successful exhibitor in the class for Ayrshire cuttle, securing seven firsts and several seconds. I). Reid and J. Welherslono were also successful. In cross-bred s honors wore tlivid.-d amongst •). Jackson, Mitchell Bros., and G. Connor.
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BLUESKIN SHOW, Evening Star, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915
BLUESKIN SHOW Evening Star, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915
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