The South Island British Bulldog Club held an impromptu show for puppies last evening in the club room, Stuart street, which proved to bo a thorough success, both in regard to members and fanciers present-, and also the number of puppies benched, there being over 20 exhibited. The judging was in the hands of Mr R. L Martin (president- of the club). Papers were haunded round to each person in the room to mark down tho number of the puppy he. fancied in each class. After the judee had given his decisions, the public opinion was read out, which agreed with "the judge's in one class, and was very close in another. The judge then explained why in his opinion the- pup he placed first was ahead of the others, and his explanation met with general approval. The following were tho winners of the different classes:Puppies, over six months.—W. <T. Mumo's Sailor Boy. Bitch puppy, under six months.—Mrs L. Dunn's Carnation. _ __ Dog puppv, under six months.—S. K. Gardham's Silver Marvel.
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BULLDOG SHOW, Evening Star, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915
BULLDOG SHOW Evening Star, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915
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