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DENBIGHSHIRE AZD FLINTSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW. LOCAL PRIZE WINERS. The annual show of the Denbighshire and Flintshire Agricultural Society was held at Ruthm on Thursday. This was the sixtieth show of the Society and was consequently de- scribed as the diamond jubilee show- The late Mrs Naylor Leyland of Nantclwyd was the president this year. and Mr. Thos. Welsby of Rhyl again did the secretarial work. fr. W. Conwy Bell, Rbuddlan was one of the showyard Superintendents, At the annual meeting the invitation of Wrexham to hold next years' show in that town was accapted. Among this year's prize givers were Mrs Rowley Conwy, Bodrbyddan who presented a solid silver challenge cup for the best heifer, and the Rbyl Star Supply Co., who g-tve a challenge cup for butter Tiir total number of entries was 1210 being 10 less than last year. The following are the local prize winners Mr F. Bibby, Rhyl, first prize for bull calved before 1900, also second prize for bull calved in or before 1900 the property of a tenant farmer Mr W Owen, Rhuddlan, first prize for pair of dairy cows, the property of a tenant farmer, first prize for heifer half or cross breed calved in 1900, in calf or in milk first prize for cow half or cross-bred in calf or milk, and first for heifer half or cross bred. In this department Mr F. Bibby also secured a second prize for heifer calved in 1901. Mr. T. Roberts, Rhuddlan, secured the first prize for cart gelding or filly fouled in 1900 Mr. J. H. Smith. Rhyl, took the second prize for roadster foaled in 1902, the first for roadster gelding or fillly foaled in I goo, the first for roadster colt or nlly foaled in 1901, the second for mare or gelding 13 and not exceeding 14 hands, the second for mare or geldmg over 14 and not exceeding 15 hands. Air. R. Davies, St Asaph was awarded the first prize for Welsh mountain pouy not exceeding 121 z hands. Mr. T. R. Evans, Prestatyn, first prize for mare or gelding over 13 and not exceeding 14 hands Messrs. Gratton Brothers, Foryd, first and second prizes for ram lamb, second prize for three cross-bred fat lambs, first prize for ewes of any mountain breed. Miss Bibby, St. Asaph, first prize for four half pounds butter slightly salted, first prize for butter perfectly free from salt. third prize for butter slightly salted (restricted t6 tenant farmers) Messrs. Roose & Co., grocer, Rhyl, first prize for loaf barley bread 2lbs. or over. The second prize in this class was taken by Messrs. W. Davies ahd Son, grocers, Rhyl. Mr. C. R. Jones, grocer, Rhyl first prize for brown bread, 2lbs or over. Mr. J. A. Harker, Highfield Park, Rhyl took the following prizes in the poultry section, first and third prizes for game (modern cock or hen), second for game (Indian), first for Dorking, first and second prizes for Langshan (cock or hen), third for Pullet, any pure breed hatched 1902, second for Bantam l game cock or hen. In the class assigned to pigeons, I Mr. Harker took first prize for Slag-pies or Fantails, second and third for Kinnerton Tumbler, first for Show Homer, and second for Flying Homer, and first for any variety not mentioned. Mr. D. B. Jones, Rhyl took second and third prizes for Ancona cock or hen. The Rev. D. G. Lewis, Rhyl, first and third prizes for Hamburg-cock or hen.

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