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I THE NEATH FLOWWH, DOCI, AND I'ul'LTKY SHOW. j The number of visitors on Thursday, tho halE. crown day, exceeded the returns of previomyciri, and as the weather, fortunately, proved ti Ie, th, Wrowenatie concert by the band of the Briton Ferry Artillery was much eiijiyed. Mr. Wew,), ot liheolti, received a special prizi for his exiblt-e live otter, tame as a lapdog. The creature attracted curcidciable notice by its evolutions, and feeding ,i, tie pond specially provided for it. bl,. S. Hiaier won tUlI prizu (given by Mr. T. Andrew) for the beat ffcow ot 8.wcrs in a window. The judges pro- rounced the meriu of the poultry to be of a class eo superior that their duties as ai- juuicators were most difficult throughout. The Brucuu had evidently bad its effect on the horti- tuliur»l department, the vegetables being of exlra. ordinary tii. and good quality. The show of lliwara wlte not, however, indicative of fair weather, mauy of the entries not being sent in consequence of the unfavourable season. Mr. Heath's collootion of txutiu were admirably staged the finish and form of ?.h plant were perfectun. Me. Craaitoa aal Air. Garraway staged a tine collection of roses, various cut blooms of other p'llnts being also shown (not for competition) by ttie last named drill. ( ft ould be al most invidiuiis to refer to the untiring z-al of the acting committee, Etill it is impossible to pass unnoticed the efforts of the boo. secretaries, Messrs. W. Whittington and H. S. Ludlow. The superintendents of tho dog exhibits ware-Dr. R)dirig, Mr. Frederick Byding, and Mr. A. Foiing, The directors of the fi iral, departments were- Dr. Green, Menars. W. P. Struvc, H. Green, W. B. Johnson, J. Yonng, and Ciptaiu Willians; the poultry showâMessrs R. P. Morgan and J. Weatren; piveonaâ Messrs. Weatren and P. Charles, jun., who, with an unselfish energy rarely found, devoted days and niwlits to seeu.-e the success which has marked the 1S73 exhibition, even beyond the most sanguine < xp'otions of the promoters. A telegraph office, past otlice, auction mart, retiring rooms aul other con- veniolJces were provided, and tbe wants of all, visitors and visited, most minutely care,1 for. Yes- terday the show closed at I p.m. The extensive shedding and other appliances remain on thegroind in ordir to be utiliz d by iutending j-'U holders during the current month. The toliowing is the remainder of the prixa li8t:- I FPUlrS. I DIVISION NO. 5.-0PEN, Grapes, black, .i bunches: 1st, Mr R" T. Craw- ebay, Cjfarthta Cattle, Merthyr; 2od, Captain oli?,r Jones, Rh?.I.. urap-'H, ?hit.: 1st, Mr R. T. Cr<mehty. C?rthft aé:;);l, wetbyIr:' 2nd, ii U. H. Bbjs, Plan Newydd, Aberdare. Pine, Queen 1-t, Mr R. T. Crawshay, Cvfarthfa Castle, Mer- thy,; 2.d, Captain O,iver Jones, Rheola. Pine, r t' 8:i:"iMrO:eT, Crafty, C?Mth<t Castle, Mertbyr. Melons, green Hash: 1st, Eir. Walter Griffiths, Dylais Fach; 2ud, Mr B. T. Crawahay, Cyfartlfa Castle, Merthyr. Melons, red flesh: Mr R. T. Crawihay, Cyfartbfa Castla, Mer. thyr. Nectarines: 1st. Captain Oliver Jones, Rheola; 2nd, iUr rt. Gw>n, Djffryo, Neath Peaches: Mr K. T. Crawt-hay, Cyfarthta Castle, Merthyr. Apri- cots hi, Mr John Turk, Railway cottage, Chelten- ham; 2nd, Mr H. Gwyn, Dslfryn, Neath. Plums: let, Mr H. Gwyn, Dytlcyu, Neath; 2ud, Rov Waiter Griffiths, Dylais Faeh. Currants, best dish: 1st, Mr James T. Francics, Roath, Cardiff; 2nd, Mr H. Gwyn, D)ffryn, Neath. Gooseber- riep, best dith: bt, Captain Oliver Jones, Rheola; 2nd. Mrs Reea Morgan, Brynbyfryd, Neath. Apples, dessert: 1st, Mr William Fulford Llanelly; 2ud, Mr J. Fear Daviea, Neath. Applei, cooking; lit, Mr Aj T. Lewis, Cadoxton lodge, Neath i 2Cd, Mr John Turk, Railway cottage, Chel- tenham. Pears, dessert: 1st, Mr John Turk. Bail- way cottage, Cheltenham; 2nd, Mr H. G yn, Dyffryn, Neath. Tomatoes: 1st, Mr 8, T. Craw- (bay, Cufarthfa castle, Merthyr; 2nd, Mr John Turk, Railway cottage, Cheltenham. Figs: 1st, Sir R. T. Crawahay. Cyfarthta castle, Merthyr; no second prize. Six dishes of any fruit: Mr K. T. Cransbay, Cjfarttfa castla, Merthyr; 2ud, Captain Oliver Jones, Hheoia. I SI'ECIAL vaue. Best six dishes of fruIt, grown by anyone residing .ithi.. 'di. of Un miles of N..t?? (given by ? H.l Gwyn, D??n): C&Pt&iA Oliver JoaM, Rheola. VEGETABLES. DIVISION NO 6â AMATKUB8 Beans, broad: 1st. Mr J. I U. Llewelyn, Ymv ygirwn; 2nd, lire Isaac Morgan, The Hill, Neath. Beans, Frenoh: ht, Ifr Willis. Fulford, Llanelly; 2nd, Mr K. Jaokaon, Goring terrace, Liant-Ily. Beans, runners: let. Mre laaao Morgan, The Hill, Neath; 2nd, Her. J. 0. F. Morson, Co wbridge. Cdorl, red: ht, Mrs Rowlands, Gly. Clydacb; 2nd, Mr J. Pile, Ivy Cottage, Carmarthen. Celery, white; let, Mr David Uavies, 9, Llewellyn street, Llanelly; 2nd, Mr John Payne, Old fin Works crossing, Llanelly. Carrots, long 1st, Mr John Payne, Tin orkb crossing, Uanelly; 2nd, Mr DAvid Davies, 9, Llewellyn atraet, Llanelly. Carrots, short: lat, Mr E Jackson, Goring terrace, Llanelly; 2nd, Rev, J. C. F. Morson, Cowbri-lgu. Cabbago, best table: lot, Mr R. J Allord, Windsor street, Noath; 2nd, Mr R. T. Crawahay, Cyfarthfa Castle, Merthyr. Cabbage, largest: Jat, Mr H. Gwyn, Dyffryn. Neath; 2nd, Mr J. Hestren, Neath. Cucumbers let, Mr E. Jackson, Goring terrace, Lianelly; 2nd, Mr ii. Llewellyn, Bagian Hall. Eschalots let, Mr John Jones, Old Castle road, Llanelly; 2nd, Mrs Rees Morgan, Brynbyfryd, Neath. Lettuce, coa: hi, Mr William Hughes, CNmfelia, Istanally; 2nd, AIr Alban Hanham, Briton Ferry. Lettuce, cabbage: let, Rev Walter Griffiths, Dylais Fach; 2nd, Mrs Isaao Morgan, Tha Hill, Neatb. L}eJu: !it, Mr JoL?n Payne, Tioworka cos8iog, LI,?nelly; 2.d, r.r tbvd :i.:¿.nLf::I1:tt.:t::¿¡ry: Onions, potato: l??? Mr 0. Arkell, Cbelleonam; 2nd, Mr David Davies, 9, Llewellyn street, Llanelly. Unions, spring: 1st, Mr John Payne, Tiaworks croating, Lianelly; 2nd, Mr David Davies, 9, Llewelyn street, Llanelly. Parsnips: let, Mrs. Rowland. Glynclydach; 2nd, Mr John Payne, Tin- wotitt crossing, Llanelly. Peas: 1st. Mr J. T. D. Llewellyn, ïDi.tg6rw8D; 2nd, Mr G. Llewailyn, Bagian Hall. Potatoes, white kidney 1st, Rov J. C. F. Morion, Cowbridge; 2nd, Mr O.iver Arkell, Cheltenham. Potatoes, round, white or coloured 1st, Rev J. C. F. Morson, Cowbridge; 2nd, Mr Isaao Redwood, Caewern. Rhubarb: 1st, Mr R. J. Alford, Windtoretreet, Noatb; 2nd, Mr M. Farrah, Reformatory, Neath. Turnips, garden 1st, Capt. Oliver Jonea, Rheola; 2nd, Mr R. T. Crawshay, Cyfartbfa Castle, Merthyr. Vegetable marrow: 1st, Mr. 0 Arkell, Cheltenham "I d, Rev J. C. F. Moraon, Cowbridge. Basket of vegetables: 1st, Mr R. T. Crawshay, Cyfartbfa Castle, Merthyr; 2nd, Mr G. Llewell-n, Bagian Hall. I DIVISION NO. 7.âMARKET OARDKNKBS. (Collection of yp?t?Mea: ld, Mr John Fark, Rail- w?Cott?e.Chettenhtm, 2.d, Mr Alba. H,ahm, BiWa Ferry. I SPECIAL PRIUS., Best buket of swede and mangold wtirtul (given I by Mr J. Beven Davies, Neath): Mr Caa-vc Red- wood, Caewern. Beat six sort of potato38, six of each sort, grown by exhibitor (given by Mr. John I Western, Neath) Mr G Llewellyn, Bagian Hall. DIVISION NO. 8 âCOTTAGERS. Beans, broad let, Mr Edwin Nock, Windsor road, Neath; 2nd, Mr James Raymond, 2, Eliaa street, Neatb: Beanr, French: 1st, Mr John Tucker, tj, Kosser street, Neath 2nd, Mr William Groenslade, Longford eottage, Neath. Beans, ruunera: 1st, Mr Joba N. Quick, Linooln terrace, Naath; 2nd, Mr John Williama, Bush row, Melincrythan. Cilery, red, let, Mr William Greenslade, Longford cottage, Neath; 2ud, Mr Richard Collier, Windsor road, Neath. Celery, white: 1st, Mr William Greenslade, Longford oottage, Neath; 2nd, Mr Richard Collier, Windsor road, Ndath, Carrots, long: ht, Mr Greenslade, Longford cottage, N-tath; 2nd, Mr John Fisher, Furnace row, Melincrythan. Carrots, short: I 1111. Mr John Fisher, Furnace row, Melincrythan; 2nd, Mr William Greenslade, Longford cottage, Neath. Cabbage, best table 1st, Mr Lewis Evans, Tjh.yr-hoel cottage, near Neath; 2nd, Mr John Tatnall, 4, Eiiasstreet, Neath. Cabbage,largest: 1st, Mr James Daniel, Windsor street, Naath; 2nd, Mr John I atnall, t, Eljas street, Neath. Cllaumbere: let, Mr Richard Collier, Windsor road, Neath 2ud, Mr William Greenslade, Longford cottage, Neath. Eschalots. let, Mr William Greenslade, Longford cottage, Neath 2od, Mr John Tatnall, 4, Eli as street, Neath. Lettnce, cot ht, Mr John Fisher, Furnace row, Melincrythan; 2nd, Mr James Duitl, Windsor slreet, Neath. LJt. tuce, cabbage: hi, Mr James Raymond, 2, Elias street, Neath; 2nd, Mr Evan Morgan, 2, Montpelier terrace, Melincrythan. Lteks, lat, !lir John Fisher, Furnace row. Melincrythan 2nd, Mr Evan Morgan, 2, Mountpalier terrace, Melincry- than. Onions, potato 1st, Mr Evan Morgan, 2, Montpelier terrace, bleliner) than; 2ad, Mr Richd. Collier, Windsor street, Neath. Onions, spring: lat. Mr John Fisher, Furnace row, Melinorythan; r d, Mr John N. Quick, Lincoln terraoe, Neath, Parfnips let, hir. John N. q tick, Lincoln terrace, Neath; 2nd, Mr Lewis Evan, Tyn-jr-keol cottage, Neath. Puaa: let, Mr Evan Morgan, 2, Montpe- lier teirsep, Melincrythan; 2nd, Mr. Peter Tucker, ('phone tfnaMl, Nuth. Potatoes, wbifi ki?iuey u\ Mr. Jbhs N.Q.uck, LÃII i.IU", 'Seath; ,qoath i Ud, Mr.Wm.Grfcnslade, Lin -ford-tt t â â¢; Mr,mr.r.-cn.I:1p. T.) ,f,)r.1.tt tces, mioure(i lit? dr .faa ii, y,? i. y.* J MM' N,.th; Ll,d, Mr "V.li,.u fordcett<')te,N?th.)?''?y? t-t,Mr)? Tucker, 6 R.r stieet, XltJ; i â ' or: JA?ig Eya. f a ) ? b..) -30's N j;bub<n'h:lat'(nJ 2,?d, Nfr %1' rOld, Neath. Turnip& garden, 6: 1-t, Mr ..¡ Collier, Windsor road, fieaih 2ad, Mr Joan L I s r> tf, Roacer street, Neatb. Vo^etaile cnaiio* f Peter Tucker, Osbome terrace, Saath. t; i .,f Tn?btet, 6 ort.: l?%? Mf Joha rue?r. n, i.).. r street, Neatb; 2ad, Mr Wwiaw GMo??J. L?..? f.,d !ottaae. N-tb? -n- bPgCIAI, PSI7.U. Beat collection of potatoes, grown by a cottier resident within two mllea aud a half of tl." I'j.a hall (given by the Mayoreea, Mrs Bevan): 1-t, Mr William Greenslade, Longford cottage, Xaaia; 2al, Mr John Tucker. 6, Bo user atreet, NeltA. DOGS. DIVISION NO II-S!'OBT!Ntl O:N. Foxhounds: let, Mr JD. Llewelyn, Peoller.jare. Grejhounds: 1st, Mr g, W. Thomas, Greantini villa, Neath; 2nd, Mr D. Davias, Carmarthen. F ji terrier: istmr A. C. Bradbury, Nuthail, Nots; 2al, Mr J. G. Lock, Lansdown bouse, fesby. P ,ar, over toiba. in weight: let, Mr Gaorge New, Wtier street, Neath 2nd, Mr John Earl, 5, Cross strait, Mertbyr. Pointer, under doloa. in weight: 1st, >1' E. C. Evans, Tir Phil. Setter, Englitti 1st, Mr Ot-borne Sfieppard, Bryaawcl, Rhaola; 2id, Mr Richard Howards, Bjttywhyr, near Ab.rt ..e, Setter, any other variety: lot, Mr. H. St. Giorge Caulleild, Ely place, Brecon: 2nd, Mr J. C. 0, Llewelyn, Ynisygerwn. Rotrievor, curly cjatsl- 1st, Mr. David Nicholas, Brynamrnan; 2nd, Mr Evan M. Saviours, Crown Hotel, Neatb. Retriever, smooth or wavy coated: 1st, Mr Q, B. Hayncs, H..snlea; 2nd, Mr Richard Hall, Bagian Houie, Briton Ferry. Sprmioi, over :¡;bs weight: lat, Mr J), W. J. Thomas, EI, Jottaga. Brecin; 2ad, Com. H. Stud,ly, UN, Asbdale, Haverfordwest. Spauiel, ?.der '25!o?. w",bt 1st, Mr J. R. Pr" n1f, t'rf?w}!?, Neath 2u?. Mr J. K. P?ramor", Pro? wyif??i?th. S()?M).Ctutuber: Mr A. C. Br*)- bury, .Nuthall, Notts -\d. Com. H. Studdy, A&huale, liaverfordwest. h IJIVIHIUN N,) 10.âNON MPORTINIS J)t>,]3, Mattill: Ut, Mr D U. Morgan, Orc iard plaoe, Neath; 2nd, Mr C. S. II Gardner, Ktgbsliiua, ,Neath. Newfoundland: Ut, Mr H. J Jones, tioricg Villa, Llanelly; 2ud, Mr J. W. Yoorii, Urymnia House, NVata. hccr d'g: 1st, Mr A.. L. Strui. Cringallt; 2nd, Mr J. W. P. WiHUns. Harris, X." (ua, Merthyr; 2 id, Mr 1'. LI.ltUti4, Neatb. Bull terrier: 1st, Hr 1\ W. Harris, New Inn, 4-erthyr; 2jd, Mr S. S nith, Aberdjbenhi street, Swanioa. a-noitb coatid, not black and tan: 1st, Mr Thouaa S mta, filelincrjihan 2nd, Mr. George fiydiii.4 N-a'h. Terrier, "lack and tan, above 5tb. li? Dr Ne,th: 2ad, Nlr 31o'g,,n, P ?.t. D,orl.i, MertiJ)r, Terrier, ro i.'ii 1-t, .ilr H. P. n.orlais, Niertij?r. 'Ii3rrit?r, to I t, itr M. P. ftr?t.ei?u-?. Put!:l=t.\tr?.B.W'mi)), Aber(iare; 2nd, Mr O-borne Sheppard, B'Y3H"'l. Rheola. Toy dog, under oiba. io w^igot: lit, Mr William Hulse, Su«sei street, Notti-r-'ham; 2 i l, M r T. (I. Matthews. K, Metal atre<*t. C vrdii. t)»« ⢠of any other distinct breed 1st, Mr A,trod ASS r.t, Waterloo street, Ssanwa; 2nd, Mr C. Farloug, Finhguard. smm, Couple Welsh toiaonaiis, rooj/S. dog and bitih (given by Mr i r. 1) .ew"lyu, Yui.-ygarwn, Hoatb): Mr G. T. Jenkins, Gelly, Giyncorrwg, Ar J. 1). Llewelyn, I'ocl:e..e, ,b"le,1 tho prizi. Fix terrier pappy (log and bitch), six months audunlar (given by Dr, Lock, Lau-downe HJUSP, Teaby): lat, Mr J. Harris, Twynyrodyn, Merthyr 2ad, Mr j. II. James, Blackpill, 8""UBOj, L;t,. of fix terrier puppies, bred by exhibitor, nOL le-s tatu tb.r¿ a a litter, ten weeks and ulder (given by Ã(, L)k. Lansdown House, renby 1st, Mr J. G. Luk, i-anfdown House, Teaby 2nd, .II. (J, A, Ii.-i !ury. Nutball, near Notts. Setter poppy, six montas ani under (given by Dr, Pegge, Vernon Hiuse, Hntaa Ferry): Mr J. T D. Lleselyn, YnL-vger»n, \eata. Pointer, six montha and under (given by Dr. V elllonlHouee, Briton Ferry): Mr Thomas Frater, Brecon. Beat Dure bred white Ea,EB t"m,:r dog (giv?n by Mr G. W. D?iea. D, ? H;-ba M'r?. Swumea) Mr A. Leech, Eigar-street, Hereford. Greyhound puppy, six montha or under ( ;ivm by Mr Evan Savouis, Crown Inn. Neath: Mr Wiiliaji T. Jones, Summerfield-place, Neath. POULTRY. DIVISION NO. 11.âFOR THE BEST COJK .D HIIN. Dorkings: 1st, Mr R. TrAsdwell, Chalksbire Faim, Tring, Herts; 2nd, Mr William Car- marthen road, Swansea. Cochin China,buf faud ciaaa- mon: lat and cup, Mr T. A. Dean, Rose Vilia, Harden, Hereford; 2nd, Mr C. Bloodworth, Bays Hill, Cheltenham; 3rd, Mr S. B" thioa, St. Day, Cornwall. Cochin China, any other variety 1st, Mr 8. P. Bidder, Waunoeirch; 2nd, Mr John II, Watkins. Roaelle-place, Hereford; 3,d, Mr D. Hat- chins, Pencoed. Brahma Pootra, dark: 1st, Mr H. B. Morrell, Cacmawr, Clyro, Radnorshire; 2ad, Mr Thomas H Williams, iroufouuder, Brecon; 3rd, Mr B. P. Bidder, Waunceirch. Brahma Pootra, light: 1st, Mr T. A. Dean, Rose Villa, Marsden, Hereford; 2nd, Rev N. J. Ridley, Hollingtoa Hoaia, Newbury; 3rd, Mr Henry Feast, Bayview Villa, Swansea. Spanish: lat, Mr Henry Feast, Hayvie. Villa, Swansea; 2nd, Mr. Thomas Ace, The Poplars, Yatalyfera. Hamburga, gold psaiilled and apaa- gled: 1st and cup, Mrs Rolls, rae Haadre, Mon- mouth: 2nd, At. Rolle. The Hendre, Monmouth^ 3rd. Mr C. Bloodworth, Bays hill, Caelteahata. Silver pencilled and apsugled: 1st, Mrs. 8.)111, fae Hecdre, Monmouth; 2-d, Mr John M'vJ4IIoIl, hwias Harold, Hereford. Polauls: 1st, Mr Robert Jones, Neath; 2nd, Mr C. Bloodworth, Baya hiU, Cheltenham. Game: 1st and cap, Mr II E. Martin, Sculthorpe, Fakenham, Norfolk; 'dad, Mr U. S. Cole, Seaside, Llanelly. Garni bantam*: ht, Mr Arthur Ashley, Red hill Worcester; 2ad, Mr Richard Wingfiold, :13, Lidbury, Worcester. Bia- tams, any other variety Mr Alfred Feast, Bayviaw, !!wan8Ca, Any other diatinot variety: lat, Mr J. Robimon, Vale House, Gartitanir; 2 id, Rav N. J. bidley, Holiington House, Newbury. CJicsrel and puliet, hatched in 1873-Oochia Dork- ing, and Spanish classes: 1st and cup, 2nd, Mr C. Bloodworth, Bays hill, Cheltenham. Cockerel and pullet, hatched in Ih73-&ay other variety ht, Mr T. A. Dean, Rose Villa, Marian, Hereford; 2nd, Mr 0. E. CressweU, Eirlyvviod. Bagehot, Surrey. FOR THE BEST DRAKE ANI) DtJCK, Rouen: let, Mr John J. Lewia, Cautaff Ractory, Brecon; 2nd, Mr S. Howard otote, 05, Fishnrgato, Preeton. Aylesbury: ht and cup, Mr TUOJIM Tomlinson, 227, Woodfold, Lancashire; 2ad, Mr S. R. Hains, bt. Day, Cornwall. Any other variety 1st, Mrs Lewis, Cadoxton lolge, Naath; 2ad, Mrs U. Feast, Bayview villa, Swansea. For tho bast gander and gooee: Mrs Henry Studdy, Ashdale, Haverfordwest. For the beat cock and hen tarksy: let, Mr H. Studdy, Ashdale, Haverfordwaat; 2ad, Rev S. J. Ridley, Hollington House, Nawbary. SRLL" (I <] L.u¡S. For the beat oock and two bens: let, Mr D. J. Rhys, Nftth; 2nd, Mr W. Harris, Po.yf.4 Bridgend. For the bast drake and two daiki 13t, :dr'P8:' :it8N:O; 2ad, Mr J. Fear Daviea. Neath. PIGEONS. DIVISION NO, 12. Carriers, any variety lat, Mr P. Rnsjell Spaaeei^ Doverhonae, Hereford; 2nd, Mr Vf, Marrimtn, l.angdon place, Swansea. Pouters, auy urlety ht, Mr W. H. Tomlinson, Whitefiald atreet, Newark on- Trent: 2nd, Mr Yardiey, Market kali, Birmingham. Short faced tumblers, any variety: let, Mr H. Yardiey, Market-hall, Birmingham, Jacobin., any variety Mr H. P. Powel Pfioe, Castle Mwo, Brecon 2!1 Mr W. G Daviea, SwMae* F?Bttitf, any variety.- 1st, Mr W. H. Tomlinson, ?t, ?"!t- fi street, Nr,Trt ánM:\i,lk: hnMc.21. Whitfield street, Newark-on-Trent. NMt. Buy variety: lat, Mr. T. A. D<M, RMe Villa, Marden, Hereford; 2nd, Mr T. A. Deaa, Rose Villa, Marden, Hereford. Barbs, any variety: 1st, Mr H. Yardiey, Market Hall, Birmingham; 2nd, Mr W. H. Tomlinson, 21, Whitfiald street, Newark-on- Trent. Antwerps, any variety Mr. H. Yardiey, Market Hall, Birmingham. Turbits or owls, a ay variety: 1st, Mr H. Yardley, Market Hall, Blr. mingham, (owls) 2nd, Mr John Croote, Haavitrea, Exeter (turh¡t.) J'¡¡mg tumOlers (pen or no 18SS th'?x?l"t,' Mr Pendril Charles, N"th; 2?4. Mr J. Weatren, Neath. Beat pair of any other variety: 1st, Mrs Henry Staddy, Ashdalo, Haverfordwest; 2nd, Mr P. Riifaell Sponcer, Dover House, Hereford. Best Canary, let (given by Mr Henry Hancock), Mr Samuel Daniel, Angel street. Noath; 2nd (given by the Committee), Mr E. Spencer, Bagian Hall. The following extra exhibits (not for competition), were also made: Mr Warcnp, Rheola-Live Otter, speci.Ily kept in a pond in the field. Dr Rjding, Neath-Plants: 8 Zum communia ver, diplaou grandiflora, coprosma banieriana, collection of sua- culents, Mr Pnllin, N eath-Staudard niareni- b,r4i'% specimen eaedling double petaniss, new :ceC¡beli..saeid; F. ë.sbïæa;¡or::= Mumble.-Fruit and vegetables of a mot exlraor. dinary fine character. Mr G, Busse, 63, Haltom Garden, London-Patent charcoal filters, patent flower pots, patent seed plates for trying the go no- rating power of seeds. The judges were- Poultry and pigeons, Mr Enoch Hntton, Pudsley, Leeds, and Mr it. H. Nicholas, Belmont Villa, Newport; flowers, .t Niasars. Smith and Watts, of Worcester; dogs, Mr. Handley, of Manchester,

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