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The Royal Show. MORE LOCAL WINNERS. The following local awards were made at the Royal Agricultural Show at Cardiff, in addition to those announced in our last issue Ryelandram, two shear and upwards- 3, MrE. Jones, Penybont, Sennybridge. Welsh pony stallion, foaled in or before 1915, over 12 and not exceeding 12-2 hdsâ2, Mr W. S. Miller, Forest Lodge. Welsh pony filly, foaled in 1916, not exceeding 12 lids., or in 1917 not-exceed- ing 11-2 hds.â2, Mr T. B. Lewis, Bronallt, Llanwrtyd Wells. Plantations, Class 3, Stage A-2, Capt. H. A. Christy, Llangoed Castle, Llyswen. Plantations, Class 4, Stage B-2, Col. Lord Glanusk, C.B., D.S.O., Glanusk Park, Crickhowell. Plantations, Class II. not less than two acres of Douglas fir, Sitka spruce, Japanese larch, Corsican pine, or any other rarer conifer, pure or mixed, of not less than five or more than 30 years' growthâ1, Major J. M. Gibson Watt, Doldowlod, Rhayader. Plantations, Class 7, woodland estate, not less than 1,000 acres in areaâ1, Col. Lord Glanusk 2, Major J. M. Gibson Watt. Mr D. J. Thomas, of Talachddu Farm, Brecon, sold his first-prize winning Rye- land lamb ram for 80 gns. cl

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