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Welsh National Show.— The fourth Annual exhibition of the Welsh National Agricultural Society was opened at the Vicarage Field, Aberystwyth, on Tuesday. The outlook at the time of opening was very gloomy, as an overcast sky gave forebodings of heavy rain. The weather, however, held up, and after lunch brilliant summer weather was experienced. That the show is in the vanguard of progress is shown by the fact that entries this vear were far in excess of any previous year, while an all-round improvement was noticed in the exhibits, which was generally commented upon by both exhibitors and stock farmers.—The entries this year included 235 horses, 190 cattle, 203 sheep, and 47 pigs, to- gether with a large collection of dairy produce, making a total entry of 676, as compared with 556 last year. A notable exhibitor on this occasion was his Majesty the King, who extend- ed his patronage to the show by sending three Hereford animals for competition, and as evid- ence of the high quality of the exhibits it may be stated that the Royal animals had to take second and third positions in their classes.

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