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EAST GLAMORGAN AGRICULTJRAL SOCIETY. NINTH ANNUAL SHOW. SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION AT NELSON. LIST OF LOCAL WINNERS. The ninth annual bhow of the East Glamor- gan Agricultural Society was held on Thursday at Nelson. The following were the local win- ners — PONIES. Class 2.-Mountain pony and foal, hot ex- ceeding 12J, hands high: ?nd, Mr Phillip Pritch- ard, Nyth Bran Farm, "Llanwonno Bess." Class 3.-Two-yea.r-old pony or filly, not ex- ceeding 12 hands high: 1st, Mr D. E. Jones, Llancaiach House, Nelson, "Benny;" 2nd, Mr Edward Lewis, Ty Newydd, Whitecross-, "Black Bess." Class 4.-Mouitain pony, mare or gelding, not exce-din-, 12 hands high (to be ridden):, Double 1st, Messrs Morgan Bros., Tonypandy, "Marvel. Class 5.-Pony, not exceeding 13 hands, to be ridden by a boy not exceeding 13 years of age; 1st, Mr Samuel Evans, Penygraig, "Elsmanda Model; 2nd, Mr A. Jepson, Mwyndy, Llan- trisant, "Lady Windsor." HUSBANDRY. Class 8.—Yearling cart colt or filly, the pro- perty of a tenant farmer: 1st, Mr W. Miles, Berthlwyd. Treharris, "Dublin;" 2nd, Mr S Evans, Llancaiach Farm, Nelson, "Prince." Class 9.—Two-year-old cart gelding or filly, the property of a bona fide tenant farmer: 2nd, Mr E. Morgan, Ystradberwig Isaf, "Darling." Class 10.—Three-year-old cart gelding or filly, the property of a bona-fide tenant farmer: Mi S. Evans, "Stout." Class n.-Pair of horses, the property of a fcona-fide tenant farmer, most suitable for agri- cultural purposes: 1st, Mr S. Evans, "Stout" and "Dadby." Class 13.—Pony, not exceeding 13k hands, most suitable for underground work; 1st, Mr B. Coslett, Mountain Ash; 2nd, Mr H. Thomas, Bryndu Farm, Nelson, "Polly." Class-n.-Cart mare or gelding, the property of a bona-fide tenant farmer who gains his liv- ing by farming pursuits only, most suitable for agrioultural purposes: 2nd, Mr T. Davies, Aber- cwmboi House, "Norah." Class 15.—Mare or gelding, most suitable for a dray: 2nd, Mr S. Evans, "Darby." COBS AND HACKS. CJ"-Ss 16.- Yearling cob or hack: 2nd, Aid. W. H. Mathias, Tydu Farm, Nelson. Class 17.-Two-year-old colt or fiHy, calcula- ted to make a hunter-: Alderman W. H. Mathias. Class 18. Welsh cob, not exceeding 14! hands high (to be ridden and carry list.): 1st, Alder- man W. H. Mathias, "Argyle;" 2nd, Dr Mathias Tvrbont, Pontypridd, "Prudence." Class 19.—Open to all comers).-Hack, to be ridden by a lady: 1st, Mr F. S. Miles, Ponty- pridd; 2nd, Mr George Boyles,, Pontypridd, "Viscount Bang." Class 20 (open).—Light-weight hunter: 1st, Mr F. S. Miles, "Are You There?" 2nd, Mr George Boyles, 'Sea Pearl." Class 21.-Cob mare or gelding, to be ridden by a lady or gentleman (open to the County of Glamorgan and the society's districts in Mon- mouthshire 1st, Mr George Boyles, "Sea Pearl.' Class 22.-Cob mare and colt not exceeding 15 hands high: 1st, Mr A. Jepson, Mwyndy, Llantrisant. Class 23.—Two-year-old cob or hack, mare or gelding: let, Mr Howell Davies, Primrose hill. Llantrisant: 2nd, Alderman W. H. Mathias. HARNESS. Class 24 (open;.—Pony, not exceeding 13 hands, to be ridden: 1st, Mr Samuel Evans, "Elsmanda Medel." Class 26.—Mare or gelding, not exceeding 15.2 hands, to be driven: 1st, Mr George Boyles, Pontypridd, "Viscount Bang;" 2nd, Mr W. T. Bevan, Ferndale, "Princess Maud." Class 27.-Horse showing best speed and action, to be driven: 1st, Mr J. Trenchard, Pontypridd, "Black Tom." SPECIAL TRADESMEN S PRIZES. Class 28 (light horses).—Mare or gelding, not exceeding 15 hands, best suited and usually em- ployed for general business purposes by the ex- hibitor, to be shown in light crank axle or other Spring cart: 1st, Mr Rees Evans. Mountain Ash, "Kitty;" 3rd, Mr Gwilym Austin. Nelson, "Taffy." Class 29 (heavy horses).—Mare or gelding, best Suited and usually employed for general busi- aess purposes by the exhibitor, to be shown in light crank axle or other vehicle: 1st, Messrs the Cwmbach Co-operative Society, "Bob; 2nd, Mr James Thcmas. Treorky. "Nell;" 3rd, Mr R. M. Evans, Pontypridd, "Polly." JUMPING PRIZES. Class 30 (open).—Jumper, mare, or gelding, not exceeding 14.2 hands, to be ridden over such fences as the stewards may direct: 1st, Mr D. E Jones, Llancaiach House,. "Duchess." Class 32 (open).—Horse that has never won amy jumping previous to this show: Mr T. A. Jones, Penygraig. "Never Mind." Class 33.—Special Prize.—Jumper mare or gelding, the property of a tenant farmer, to be ridden by a farmer or a farmer"s son or servant, over such fences as the stewards may direct: Mr B. E. Jones, "Duchess." CONSOLATION PRIZES. Class 34.-To any unsuccessful competitors in any of the jumping classes: 1st and 2nd divided between Mr T. Fletcher, Pontypool, "Dr Jim," and Mr T. Trenchard, Pontpridd, "Spider." CATTLE. Class 35.-Bull of any breed, two years old ana" above, the property of a tenant farmer: 2nd, Mr W. B. Edmunds, Gwaun Gledr, Ponty- pridd, "Kismet." 1 Class 36.-Bull of any pure breed, not exceed- ing two years old: 1st, Mr Walter Davies, Mon- achdy, Ynysybwl. Class 41.-F,4,t beast (bull excepted), the pro- perty of a tenant farmer: 2nd, Alderman W. H. Mart bias, Tydu Farm, Nelson. Class 43.—Yearling heifer of any breed, the property of a tenant farmer: 1st, Mr Thomas Davies, Abercwmboi iTouse. Aberdare; 2nd, Mr Eli Edmunds, Pentwyn Farm, Llanbradach. Class 44.—Heifer calf of any breed: 2nd, Mr Samuel Evans, Llancaiach Farm, Nelson, "Mary." Class 46.—Pair of yearling steers of any breed: 2nd, Mr William Miles, Berthlwyd, Tre- harris. SHEEP. ) Class 47.—Lowland ram lamb: 1st, Mr Thos. Davies, Abercwmboi House. Class 48.—Lowland yearling ram: 1st, Mr Thomas Davies; 2nd, Mr Thomas Jenkins. Class 49.-Lowland ram, not under two years: 2nd Mr Tho-:jas Davies. Class 50.—Pen of five Lowland ewe lamb s, best suited for the district: 1st and 2nd, Mr Thomas Jenkins. Class 51.-Pen of Five Lowland breeding ewes, best suited for the district: 1st, Mr Thomas Jen- kins, Wernvdoman, Caerphilly. Class 53.-Ram lamb, bred by the exhibitor, suitable for hillside farms: 1st, Mr John Wil- liams, Maendy Farm, Penycoedcae; 2nd, Mr Thomas Jenkins. Class 54.-Yearling ram, suitable for hillside farms: 1st, and 2nd, Mr Thomas Jenkins. Class 55.—Two-year-old and above ram, suit- able for hillside farms: 1st and 2nd, Mr Thomas Jenkins. Class 56.-Pen of five ewe lambs, suitable for hillside farms, the property of a tenant farmer: 1st, Mr Thomas Jenkins; 2nd, Mr John Wil- liams. Class 57.-Pen of five hillside yearlings: 1st and 2nd, Mr Thomas Jenkins. Class 58.—Pen of five ewesi most suitable for hillside farms, the property of a tenant farmer: 1st and 2nd, Mr Thomas Jenkins. Class 59.-Mountain ram lamb, bred by the exhibitor, and calculated to suit the hills of the districts of the society: 1st, Mr Thomas Evans. Ffynonrhingyllt Farm; 2nd, Mr David Evans, Forest, Treharris. Class 60.—Pure yearling mountain ram, calcu- lated to suit the hills of the districts of the society: 1st, Mr Thomas Smith, Penygioes Farm. Pontypridd; 2nd, Mr Thomas Williams, Graddfa Farm, Ystrad Mynach. Class 61.-Welsh mountain ram, calculated to suit the hills of the districts of the society: 1st, and 2nd, Mr Thomas Evans. .Class 62.—Pen o five mountain lambs: 1st, Mr Thomas Evans; 2nd, Mr Llewelyn D. Wil- liams, Pant Dram. Class 63.-Pen of five pure-bred mountain wether lambs: Mr William Phillips, Llanbrad- ach Fawr Farm. Class 64.-Pen of five mountain wethers, cal- culated to auit the mountains of the districts of the society: Mr William Phillips, Cefn Car- llwyn. Class 65.-Pen of five mountain ewes, two- year-old and above, calculated to suit the moun. tains of the districts, the property of a tenant farmer: 1st, and 2nd, Mr Thomas Evans. PIGS. Class 66.—Boar of any breed: Mr William Evans, Llancaiach Fawr. Class 67.-Sow and litter of pigs under three months old: Mr William Hughes, Bwelyn Cot- tage, Pentwyn. Class 68.—Sow of any pure breed, not having a litter: 1st, Mr Tom Edmunds, Penbailey,Llan- fabon; 2nd, Mr Llewelyn D. Williams, Pant Drain, Pontypridd. Class 69.-Fat pig. fed by a workman: 1st, Mr J. Griffiths, Nelson; 2, Mr H. Enoch, Caer- philly. Class 79.—Two store pigs: 1st, Mr William Willis, Wern, Nelson; ?nd, Mr Wiliam Miles. COTTAGERS' PRIZE. Class 71.—Pig most likely to make a good b&coner next season: 1st, Mr John Griffiths, Nelson. POULTRY. Class 73.-Game cock or hen, any other variety: 3rd, Mr David Jones, Pontypridd. Class 74.-Indian game or Malay cock or hen: 3rd, Mr D. C. Edwards, Pontygwaith Dairy. Class 76.-Game bantam cock or hen, any variety: 3rd, Mr J. W. Roberts, Danyrawel, Cilfynydd. Class 77.—Bantam cock or lien, any other variety 3rd, Mr David Jones, Pontypridd. Class 79.-Cock or hen, Leghorns, or Andalu- sians: 2nd, Mr Thomas Thomas, Mountain Ash. Class 81.—Cock or hen, any other variety not mentioned: 1st, Mr Francis John, Tydu Farm, Nelson: 2nd, Mr P. H. Williams, YnysybwI. -Qlass 82.-Hen, any other variety not men- tioned 1st, Mr Phillip Henry Williams, Ynys- ybwl. Class 86.-Turkey, cock or hen: 2nd, Mr E. Gear, poultry fermer. Penrhiwceiber; 3rd, Mr John Morgan, Bron-y-Dyffryn, Upper Boat. PIGEONS. Class 87.-Working homer cock: 1st and 3rd, Mr R. Williams, Glenview, Nelson; 2nd, Messrs Parsons and James, Trallwn, Pontypridd. Class 88.-Working homer hen: 2nd, Mr R. Williams, Glenview, Nelson; 3rd, Mr Henry Woodland, Rudry, Caerphilly. Class 89.—Cock and hen, any variety: 2nd, Mr Alfred Green, 3, Graigterrace, Ferndale. Class 90.—Working homer, bred in 1898: 2nd, Mr Thomas Mathews, 38, Glyngwyn street, Mountain Ash; 3rd, Mr Oliver Everson, Rudry, Caerphilly. Class 91.—Special prize for working homer cocks and hen. given by Thomas Jones, Tre- hafod Hotel, Hafod; 1st, Messrs Parsons and James; 2nd, Mr George Woodland; 3rd, Master T. Miles Davies, Abercwmboi. Class 93.—Colley dog or bitch: 1st, Mr Cle- ment Hinckley, Pontypridd, "Queensbrook Chief." Class 94.-Sheep dog, any other variety: 1st, Messrs I. W. and E. Morgan, Caerphilly, "Lean- ing Jack;" 3rd, Mr T. W. Morgan, Caerphilly. Class 95 (open).—Pair of Welsh Foxhounds: 1st, Dr W. W. David, Pontypruld, "Chairman" and Ranter." DAIRY PRODUCE. Class 89.—Half-hundredweight of new cheese, made on the farm of the exhibitor in 1898: 1st and 2nd. Mr Thomas Williams, Caergwanaf, Pontyclun. Class 100.—Single cheese, not under 1511b.: 1st, Mrs Thomas Williams, Caergwanaf, Pont- yelun; 2nd, Mr George Packer, Wem Isaf, Nel- son 3rd, Mr Thomas Lewis, Bryn Owen, Llan- bradach. Class 101.-Sage cheese, not under 61b. in weight: 2nd, Mr George Packer. Class 102.—Four pounds of butter :lst, Miss Jenet James, Llancarfan, Llantrisant; 2nd, Mrs Thomas Williams. BUTTER-MAKING COMPETITION. Class 103 (open to Glamorganshire and Mon- mouthshire).—1st, Miss Constance F. Hughes, Llancarfan. FRUIT. Class 104.—Black grapes, any variety: 3rd, Mr J. E. Davies, Duffryn, Mountain Ash. Class 106. —Apples, culinary, dish of twelve: 1st, Mr John if Credie, Tir Hir Farm, Bedwas; 2nd, Mr J. E. Jones, Durffyn, Mountain Ash. WILD FLOWERS. Class 108 (open to cottagers resident in the society's districts); 1st Mr William Long, Nel- son; 2nd, Miss A. M. Davies, Mountain Ash. VEGETABLES. Class 109.-Twelve spring onions: 2nd, Mr H. Hale, Mountain Ash. Class 110.—Half-peck of eschalots: 1st, Mr W. Harris, Nelson; 2nd, Mr Charles Byard, Aber- cypon. Class 112.-Half-peck magnum bonum pota- toes: Mr W. Tong, Nelson; 2nd, Mr J. Jeffs, Pontypridd. Class 12.—Half-peck potatoes, any other va- riety 2nd; Mr 0. Byard, Abercynon. Class 113.-Half-dozen cabbages 1st, Mr S. W. Gillard, Mountain Ash. Class 114.-Three red cabbages: 1st, Mr H. Hale, Mountain Ash; 2nd, Mr S. J. W. Gillard, Mountain Ash. Class 115.—Dozen carrots: 1st, Mr H. Hale. Class 116.-Half-dozen leeks: 1st, Mr H. Hale. Class 117.-Dish of 25 French beans, runners: 1st, Mr C. Byard, Abercynon. Class 119.—Twelve onions: 2nd, Mr J. Jeffs, Pontypridd. Class 212.—Half-peck of any other variety: 1st, Mr J. E. -15-avies, Mountain Ash; 2nd, Mr V. T. Jones, Treorky. Class 122.—Three heads of cauliflowers: 1st, Mr H. Hale. Class 125.-Dish of 25 French beans, runners: 1st, Mr James Jeffs, Pontypridd. Class 126.-Six carrots: 1st, Mr J. E. Davies, Mountain Ash. Class 127.—Six white turnips: 1st, Mr J. E. Davies; 2nd, Mr F. S. Miles, Pontypridd. Clasef 128.—Six sticks of celery: 1st, F. S. Miles; 2nd, Dr W. W. Leigh, (per Mr Morgan, gardener). Class 29.-Six leeks: 1st, Mr J. E. Davies. Class 130.-Twenty pods of broad beans: 2nd, Mr S. J. W. Gillard, Mountain Ash. Class 131.-Brace of cucumbers: 2nd, Mr J. E. Davies. CTkss 132.-Dish of twelve potatoes: 1st, Mr J. R. L. Thomas, Brynllefrith. Class 133.Thrae vegetable marrows: 1st, Mr H. Hale; 2nd, Mr J. E. Davies. Class 134.-Specimen of beet root, three: 1st, Mr H. Hale; 2nd, Mr J. E. Davies. Class 135 (special prize).—Collection of gar- den produce, grown by a gardener in the dis- tricts of the society only. Mr T. E. Davies, gardener to Lord Aberdare, Duffryn, Mountain Ash. Class 137.-Twelve swedes, to be brought to the show, grown on the farm of the exhibitor in the district of the society: 2nd, Mr G. Row- lands, Bedwas House, Bedwas. Class 138.-Twelve common turnips, to be brought to the show, grown on the farm of the exhibitor in the districts of the society: 1st, and 2nd, Mr E. Morgan, Ystrad-berwig, Llan- twit Vardre. Class 139.—Twelve mangolds (to be brought to the show), grown on the farm of the exhibitor in the district of the society: 1st, Mr Thomas Jones, Cefnonu Farm, Rudry; 2nd, Mr Walter Walters, Vardre Uuchaf, Llantwit Fardre. Class 140 (special prize).—Twelve swedes (to be brought to the show), grown from Stevens' chemical manure: 1st, Mr Tom Edmunds, Pen- bailey Farm, Llanfabon; 2nd, Mr Tom Walters, Glyntaff Farm, Rhydfelen. Class 141 (special prize). Acre of swedes, grown from Odam's chemical manure: 2nd, Mr John Edwards, Maesmafan Farm, Nelson. MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES. KNITTED AND WOOLLEN GOODS. Class 134.-To the young girl under 15 years of age, for the best pair of stockings or gentle- men's socks; 1st, Miss Maud M. Williams, Fern Hill House, Treharris; 2nd, Miss M. A. Evans, Forest, Treharris. Class 144.-Pair of hand-knitted woollen stockings: 1st, Mrs Ann Parry, Ynysybwl; 2nd, Miss Annie Williams, Nelson Inn, Nelson. Class 146.-Pair of Welsh blankets: 1st, mr David Evans, Treharris; 2nJ, Mrs Rachel Samuel, Bridge Mill, Caerphilly. IMPLEMENTS. Class 147 (open).—Collection of dog carts and carriages, suitable for the district: Mr William Price, Nelson, Treharris. Class 148.-Cart (mode in the districts) best adapted for agricultural purposes: 1st and 2nd, Messrs Thomas James and Sons, Llantrisant. HONEY. Class 149 (open).—Six bottles of run or ex- tracted honey, in lib. or 21b. glass jars: 1st, Mr E. L. Jones, Graig Berthlwyd. SHOEING. Class 151.-Shoer of heavy horses: 1st, Mr Thomas Rees, Nelson. Class 153.-Slioer of cobs: 1st, Mr Tom Wil. liams, Mountain Ash. Class 155.-Best made Fullers' hind and fore shoes for cobs: 2nd, Mr Theophilus Williams, Llantrisant. TIMBERING. Class 154.—Colliers' timbering: 1st, Mr Wil- liam Jones, Aberfan; 2nd, Mr John Griffiths, Nelson; 3rd, Mr Evan Evans, Porth. I Class 155.—Timberman's timbering 1st, Mr David Thomas, Senghenydd; 3rd, Mr David Lewis, Senghenydd.

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