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CARDIFF UNION AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The prizes in connection with the competitior for the growth of corn and root crops within flit limits of the Cardiff union were awarded on Wednesnay, The following were the judges:— Roots: Mr. John Williams, Cardiff; Mr. William Thomas, Llantwit and Mr. W. Thomas, Sully. Seeds: Mr. William Williams, Ely; Mr. Lowrie, Radyr; and Mr. Akers, Pentrebane. Mr. W. H. Lewis ably performed the duties of secretary. In the evening a dinner was held at the Bridge irm, Ely, when an excellent repast was served up by Mr. Thomas Rees, the landlord. Mr. H. Lewis, Green Meadow, occupied the chair. and there were also present Messrs. Henry Yorath William Thomas (The Hayes), Christophet Williams (Elf), D. T. Alexander, John Williams, R. Elliott, Noah Rees, William Thomas (Llantwit) John Hill (Elliott's), J. Fry, E. Akers (Pentrebane), W. Emerson (Sweldon), E. Thomas (Caerau), &c The following is the PRIZE LIST. For the best four acres of swedes, grown on land manured entirely by Lawes' manures (sold by Messrs. Hall, Reynolds, and Co., Cardiff): 1st, £ 66s., W. Lowrie, Radyr; iiud, 4s., W. Emerson,Ely. For the best two acres of swedes, grown with same manures 22 2s. W. Lowrie. For the best, acre of mang, Ids, grown with same manures £ 2 2s., W.C. Hurley, Cardiff. Far the best four acres of swedes, grown on land manured entirely by Odams' manures (sold by Mr. Henry Yorath, Cardiff): 1st, £ S 6s., W Lowrie; 2nd, 1;4 4s., C. Williams, Ely. For the best two acres of swedes. grown with same manures: £2 2s., C. Williams. For the best acre of any kind of mangolds grown with same manures t2 2s., C. Williams. For the best three acres of swedes, grown on lanri manured pntirely by Dublin and Wicklow's manuiv (sold by Mr Noah Bees, Cardiff) Prize, value £ 4 4s., C Williams, For the best three acres of common turnips grown on land manured entirely by Dublin and Wic! law's manures (sold by Mr >oah Rees): £3 (given by Mr 5soah Kees), C, Williams. For the best ih. acres of Ciover and rye glasses, grown from seed sup plied direct by Mr Noah Rees in 18o4: £ 3 3s., W. Thomas The Hayes, Bully. For the best three acres of swedes grown on lane manured entirely by Goulding's manures (soid by Mr John Hibbert, Cardiff) £ 3 3s., W. Lowrie. lroi the best piece of swedes of not less than three acres, grown by at y kind of manure; 1st, £3 3s. W. Lowrie 2nd, £ 2 2s., 0. Williams. For the best three acres of swedes grown on land manured entirely by Gibbs and Co.'s manures (sold by T. Lemon and Sons, Cardiff): jES 5s. W. Lowrie. For the best three acres of common turnips grown by the same manures £210s., W. Lowrie. For the best three acres of Webbe's imperial swedes grown from seed directly supplied by Messrs. Webbe and bon, sown in 1835 Silver cap value 4:5 5s.. W. Lowrie. For the best three acres of Sutton's champion swede, grown from seed supplied direct bv Sutton and Pons ili 1885: 1st, £3 3s., W. Emerson; 2nd, iC2 2s., E. Thomas. For the best piece of common turnips, not less than three acres tst, 2s. 2s (offered by the society) W. Lowrie; 2nd, -Ll Is. (offered by Mr. Henry Yoratb), E. Thomas. For the best piece of mixed clover grasses, not less than five acres (offered by the society): Ist.jEZ 2s W. Thomas, The Hayes 2nd:, £ 1 Is., Lord Bute. For the best piece of mixed clover grasses, of not less than four acres 13 3s. (offered by Mr J. Moon, hay merchant, Cardiff), H. Osmond, Cardiff. For the best piece of swedes, of not less than three acres, grown on land manured entirely by Burn: rd, Laelt, and Alger's manures (sold by Mr William Lewis, seedsman, Cardiff) 1st, £ 3 3s 2nd, iC2 2s, No entry. For the best acre of mangolds, grown by any kitict, of manure: IsL, Ji:2 2s, C. Williams 2nd, jEl Is, H. Osmond. For the best general root crop, arranged Suitably to the size of the farm 1st, £ 5 5s, W. Lowrie 2nd, £ 2 2s, C. Williams. For the eight acres of growing wheat (given by Mecsis. Bpiller ami Co., Cardiff;: £ 5 5s.. W. Thomas, The Hayes. For the best pirce of growing wheat, not less than four acres, not entered l'or .\lcs5rs. Spiller's prize (given by the society;: £ 3 3s., W. Thomas,The Hayes. For the hec;1, half-acre of Drumhead cabbage (given by Mr. Wm. Thomas, seedsman, Cardiff) £ 3 3s., W. Williams. For the best twelve specimens of mangolds, swedes, and turnips, twelve of each from the crops competing for root prizes, and exhibited previous to the annual dinnei: 1st, £ 3 3s, W. Lowrie 2nd, £ 2 2s, C. Williams. After the dinner the usual toast. list. was gone through, and some capital songs were sung.

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