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Vale of Conway Agricultural…


Vale of Conway Agricultural Society. SHOW AT LLANRWST. Favoured with fine weather, patronised by a goodly number of visitors, and attracting entries reaching close upon 600 in the various classes, the 24th annual show of the Vale of Conway Agricultural Society, held on August 30th, by the courtesy of the Earl of Ancaster, on the grounds of Gwydir Park, Llanrwst, proved a great success. Colonel Higson, Plas Madoc, was the President, and liberally supplemented the prize- list offered by the Committee and the Vice- President, Mr G. O. Jones, Merchlyn, Conway, also acted as one of the Stewards. The subjoined were among the awards :— HORSES.—Brood Mare, with foal at foot, both for saddle or harness 3, O. Williams, Tanllan, Llanelian. One-year-old Gelding or Filly, calcu- latsd for saddle or harness: 3, A. Symonds, Talysarn, Conway. Horse or Mare, calculated for riding or driving, exceeding 14-L hands high, 2 shown under the saddle 1, The Hon. Mrs Ward, Morfa, Old Colwyn. Horse and Cart (mare or gelding), suitable for agricultural purposes I, G. O. Jones, Merchlyn. HORNED CATTLE.—Welsh Bull, two years old and upwards 2, R. Ellis, Brynypin, Tynygroes, Conway. Welsh heifer, two and under three years old, bred within the Society's district 3, E. Wood, Pabo Hall, Conway. SHEEP.—Welsh Ram: 2, R. Roberts, Pyllty, Talybont. DOGS.-Stieep Dog 2, Rogers Jones, Fron Hyfryd, Glanconway 3, J. Dearden, Gilfach, Glanwydden. Rough Terrier Dog or Bitch I, J. Dearden. POULTRY.—Pen of Aylesbury Ducks 2, G. Roberts, Talycafn Farm, Ty'nygroes, Conway. IMPLEMENTS.—Two sets of Horse Shoes, made by a shoeing smith residing in the district 3, A. Lloyd, Ty'nygroes Smithy, near Conway. BUTTER.—Sample of Pot Butter, not less than 25lbs, bona-fide the produce of tenant's farm 1, W. Roberts, Llwydfaen, Conway. Sample of Fresh Butter, not less than 61bs, bona fide the produce of tenant's farm, shown in separate pounds of 16 ounces: I, W. Roberts, Llwydfaen 2, O. Hughes, Pant-y-Ffrith, Glanconway. Special prize by the Llanrwst Local committee.—Best Cheese, not less than 2olbs, made by a tenant farmer residing in the district O. Hughes, Pant-y-Ffrith. HONEY. — Dark-coloured runor extracted Honey, in lib or 2lb glass jars, total weight not to be less than i2lbs or more than 20 lbs I, C. Rhodes, Ty gwyn Gardens. Conway.


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