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Arddangosfa Amaethyddol Lleyn ac Eifionydd. Oynhaliwyd effifitdt-a-dteu-gain Aididaii\gosfa deitiias Amaethyddol Lleyn oc Ei.fionydd yn Mhwll- hieii dydd Iaou,a. chafwyd tywydd hyfryd. Gafwyd cynulliad dia o bobl, ac yr oedd ansa wdd yr wr- ddangosion o'r safon uchel arfeaol. Y swydldlogion oeddynt: Llj-wydd, Ardodydd Mon is-iywydidion, Mr R. H. Davies, Bodfean, a Mr J. Pieroe, Pen- caenewydd. Yr YSlgrifenydd gw-eit-hgar oedd Mr John Williams, anverthwr. P«dlheli; caduirydel y pwyllgor, Milwriad O. Lloyd J. Evans, Broomhall. Y barn-wyr oeddynt: Ceffyliau trymion, Mr D. M. Huighes, Caersws; ceffylanx ysgeifn, Mr A. W. s. Williams, Bryneuira. 'Clymiog; andlfeddyg, Mr G. J. Roberts, M.R.C. V.S., Pwllheli gwartlieg, Meistri W. Owen, Penymjoiydd, a J. VaiUighan, Llyssun d-efaid a moch, Mr R. W. Pritchard, Coed- marion cnyd-aiu. Mr J. Roberts, Towyn ymenyn, Miss M. O. 'Hughes, Glaii Oonwy; ednod, colomen- 00, adar eewyll, a chwn, Mr W. Nichols, Su-rrey met Mr R. Evans. Me.in Llecheiddior; gaaxldwr- iajeth, Mr T. Jones, The Gaixlens, Bodfean neidio a rhed'egfeyddl merlynod. Syr Hugh Ellis Nanney, Bar. a'r Major Alan Gatngh, Gelliwig Hall. Wele restr y dyfamiadau —- HEAVY HORSE SECTION, Two-year-old entire colt suitable for agric.uitairal purposes: 1, Representatives of Mrs Roberts, Bronygadair, Portmadoc; 2, D. R. Jome-s, -Grugeran, •Sairn. Yearling co't or filly for agricultural pur- posies 1, W. E. 'Hughes. Llawrdre, Llangian; 2, D. R. Jones, 'Crugeran, Sam. TXvo-yeoi'-oid geld- ing for agricultural! purposes: 1, W. Hughes, Ghwilog; 2, William Evans, Bodfean. TVo-yeao:- old filly for agricultural purposes 1, R, pieseuta- tives of Mrs Roberts, Portmladoc 2, W. E. Hughes, Llangian. Three-year-old gelding or filly for agri- cultural plrposes: 1, D. R. Jones, Sarn; 2, Evan Williams, C'h.vi'.og. Mare and foal at foot suitable for agricultural purposes 1. W. K Hugheis, LI awr- dine, Llangian 2, R. Davies, Criocieth. G-e-ding or mare, to be shown in cart (horse and cart to be considered) 1, William Jones, Chwilog 2, D. R. Jones, Sam. Foal for agricultural purposes in the district of the society: 1, R. Davies, Criocieth; 2, Griffith Robemts, Bod'vel Hall. OPEN TO ALL COMERS. Team of horses to be shown in cart or lurry 1, W. Jones, Chwilog; 2, D. R. Jones, Sam. Team of horses under four years old, bredl in the district, to be shown in halters 1, Represienta.tivas of IMrs Roberts, Portmadoo; 2, D. R. Jones, iSarn. For the best mare for agricultural purposes, bred in the district of the society, to he shown with halters 1, D. R. Jones, Sam 2, Representatives of Mrs Roberts, Bronygadair. Mare or gelding for agri- cultural purposes not over five years old, bred by and the property of a tenant farmer in Lkvn. or Eifionydd, shown with halter: 1, D. R. Jones, Sarn 2, Representatives of Mrs Roberts, Part- madoc, CHAMPION CLASS FOR THE DISTRICT. Agiric'UJT-ural gelding or mare: 1 and! 2, W illiam Jones, Chwilog. Walker gelding or mare suit-alble for agricultural purposes: 1, W. Jones, Chwilog, Neatlv-dressed! horse 1, W. Jones, Chwilog 2, R. Jones, Criocieth. Neatly-dressed teami: 1, W. Jones, Chwilog; 2, R. Davies. Criocieth Foal by "Blvthwood Amazement: 1, R. Davies, Grk>cieitli, FoaJ by Stronigbone. Lookout, Po -ypbe- mus," Clever," or "Welsh Fusilier:" 1. Thomas Rowlands, Llanner lill. Agriouiltural mare or gelding 1, W. Davies, Llanfihangel. Horse fed on Foden's food 1, William Jones, Chwilog. LIGHT HORLSE SECTION. Stallion for saddle or harness thait has been serv- ing in district- tliroughout the season and regu- larly attending the Pwllheli markets and flairs.; 1, John Owen. Talsarnau, Best mare and foal at foot suitable for saddle or harness 1, Griffith Roberts, Pwllheli; 2, Messrs 0'. and H. Elias, Abeaerch, Gelding or fillv suitable for saddle or harness foaled in 1900: 1, John Jonies, HoBborn, Nevin; 2, G. Cornelius Roberts, Maes, Pwllheli. Gelding or filly suitable for sadlcl e or harness loaded1 in 1901: 1, B. Davies. Oriccietb 2, William Evans, Ma than, Bod- fean. (blit, or filly suitable for .saddle w harness foaled in 1902 1. R. Evans, Tyddyn Cae, Bodfean 2. G. iCorrti^lius Roberts. Maes, Pwllheli. Gelding or mare over 15 hands shown under sadd'e 1, Griffith Jones. Dinas; 2. G. Cornelius Roberts, Pwllh-di. Mare or gekKng for saddle or harness bre-dl in the district of the society to be shown with halter: 1, Evan Williams, Chwilog. Cob over 14 hands and not exceeding 15 hands to be shown undier saddle 1, William Roberts, MOCifm Fawr; 2, Griffith Jones. Nyffryn. Dinas. Cob over 13 and not exceeding 14 hands to he shown windier .saddi'e 1. William Evans, Bodfean; 2, Griffith Jones, Dinas. Cob over 12 and not exceeding 13 land's to 'be shown under saddle 1. Griffith Jones, Dinas; 2, Taliesyn Griffith. Criecieth. Best and neatest turn-out in single harness (horsa, harness, and oon- veyance to bet property of exhibitor) 1, G. Cornelius Roberts, Pwllheli. Neatest tradesman's turn-out horse and oonveyance most suitable to his busi- ness (horse, harness, and conveyance to be the pro- perty of exhibitor: 1, G. Cornielkas Roberts, Pwll- heli 2. John Williams, Pwllheli. OPEN TO ALL COMERS. Gelding or mare showing the best action in trotting Hinder saddle 1 and 2, Walter Glynn, Criocieth.. Gelding or mare showing the best action in trottmgr in harness: 1 and! 2, Walter G1 villi, Oriaciet.li- Mountain pony not exceeding 12 hands with the unmistakable appearance of hardi- ness peculiar to mountain ponies 1, H. M. breaveis, Portmadoo; 2, H. Williams, Trevor. Newest tan-dem turn-out: 1, Walter (jiynn. Criocieth. Hacik not under 14-2 liands.: 1, G. Corn,' ius Roberts, Pwllheli. CHAMPION CLASS FOR THE DISTRICT. Light gelding or anarA: 1. Woltor Glynn. Oric- deth; 2. G. Cbrneilins Roberts, Pwllheli/ Foal for saddle or harness: 1, G. Jones, Dinas; 2. J. Plas Jon s, Pwl hell; 3, G. Rdbants, Pwllheli. Foal by "Drji0]>hil: 1, G. Jones, Dinas; 2. ]\Iessrs O. amd H. E'diis, Abererch. Undocked mare or igeid'ing for sivMte or hariiess. prov,idled that in 1hel opinion of t-1 iuidge the animal is r.T> to prise stam-dfard in other -t.s (special prizd- offered by the .committee of t':>■ <.VTneirvonshird and Anglesey branch of tlie for the Prevention of 'Cruelty to 1, Evan Jon- s, Hendue', Bodfeani. JUMPiNO, ETC., COilPEITTIONS. I oleverest jumper 1 2, A. W. Jones, 1 Pcny -Ta.ee 1. D. R. Jones, Oraigeran 2, I Williams, Ty Guyg. Bod-feaii. OATTLE SECTION. Walsh black bull exceeding two and under three years 1, W. Griffiths, Stim 2, Representatives 01 lrs Roberts, Bronygadair. Welsh black bull oveu- 12 months and! not exceeding two years tdd): 1, Representatives of Mies Robert's; Bronygadair; 2, — Humphreys, Pwllheli Black bull calf over four nOD/this and uiideir twelve months: 1, W. E. Ilughes, Llangian; 2, Representatives of Mrs Ilcibarts, Bronygadair. Best bull of any other bided exooeding one and under four years old.—. A 1, The Hon. F. G. Wynn, Bodfean Hall. Class B 1, David Jones. 0 ynnog; 2, W. Roberts, Llannor. Biaek Welsh heifer in calf (first calf) or in milk 1 and 2, T. E. Griffiths, Pwljbeli: Pure Welsh bhwk. li-eifer or calf (confined to LLeyn) 1, T. E. Griffiths, Pwliheli. Yeaiding heifer: 1, Repre- sentatives of Mrs Roberts, Bronygadair; 2, T. Griffiths, G-allt. Beren, Pwllheli. Heifer of -any other breed in calf (first- calf) or in milk.—doss A 1, Hon. F. G. Wynn.PwidH li. Class Bi: 1, Robert \Vil<iams, Gaer-ci-diu Bach; 2, Robert. Parry, Pen- bryn Neuadid. Black Welsh cow in ,calf (not. first e-a.ll) or in milk.—Class A 1, The Rev. J. C. Wil- liam s-Ellis, Clasfryu Haill. Cass B 1 andl 2, Representatives of Mrs Roberts, Portmadoc 3, G. Roberts. Pwllheli. Cow any other breed in oalf (not first, calf) or in milk 1, Messrs H. and W. Paiiry. Fouiriarosseis 2, Robert. Williams, Gaerddul Biieh. C'ow in oai'f or in milk over tlnrea years (restrieited to tenant feffniers of undier twenty acres) 1, Messrs H. and W. Parry, Fourcrossies 2. Robert Roberts, Pwdheli. Two-year-old ox: 1 and 2, Representatives of Mrs Roberts, Brony- gadair. Yearling ox 1 and 2, Representatives of Mis Rdberts, B-ionygad'air. Heifer eailf over four months and under twelve months (the cow to be the property of the exhibitor).—CHass A: 1, The. Hon. F. G. Wynn, Bodfean Hall. Class Messrs H. and V. Parrv. Fourerosses; 2, J. W. ^Thomas, Fourcrossef. ma.eJ.. beast: 1, Williami Griffith., MCillteiyrn 2, the Rev. J. C. Williams-Ellis, Gkus- frvn Hall. Homed betast fed on Foden's food 1, The Hon F. G. Wynn. Bodfean Hall. OiPEiN" TO TENANT FARMERS. Beasti fed on Ellis's food 1, T. E. Griffith, Gallt- beawn. wared on Ellis's calf rnettlT 1. T. E. Griffiths, Galitbe-ren. Heifer calf over four months and undier twelve months, the cow to be the pro- perty of the exhibitor (restricted to farmers of undiefi* twenty aferes) -1, Messrs H. ancP W. Parry, Fourerosses). SIEEEP SECTION. Ram any breed other than Welsh: 1, Robert Roberts, Pwllheli; 2, D. Wat,kins. >Chwilog. We&h mountain ram 1, J. Roberts, Pwllheli; 2, William Roberts. Lliaamor. Ram lamb any breed other than WciLsh: 1, D- Watkins, Chwilog; 2, G. Roberta, Bodvel Hall. Welsh mountain rani lamb; 1 and 2, W. Roberts, LI ann or. Pen of breeding ewes any breed other than Welsh: 1, Robert Roberts, Pwllheli; 2, John Williams., Pwilheii. Pen of tbreø breeding ewes cross-bred from mountain sheep 1, W. Rotbcmts. Llannor; 2, W. E. Hughes,Llangian. Pen of 3 Welsh breeding ewes 1, J. Roberts, .Pwllheli 2, Robert. Williams. Chwilog. Pen of .three lambs of any breed, bred by exhibitor: 1, D. Watkins, Chwi'og; 2, W. Roberts, Pwllheli. PIG SECTION. Boar: 1, Messrs O. and H. Elias, Abeirerch 2, Richaird Ellis, Abersoch. Sow in or with pigs 1, Thomas Griffiths, Rhydyclafdy; 2, E. Evans, Chwilog. Boar not over six months old!: 1, Richard Thomas, A bersoch; 2, T. Rees Thomas, Neoiadd Bodgadlo. Sow for breeding purposes not over six months old: 1, T. E. Griffith, Galltbeiren; 2, Thomas Griffith, Rhydyclafdy. Breeding sow fed on Ellis's food 1, T. Ei. Griffith. Gallllberen. BUTTER SECTION. Tenant showing the best sample of potted butter, the bona-fide produce of his or her own farm: 1, Mrs Williams, Chwilog; 2, Miss Annie Jones, Four- crosses. Tenant showing the best sample of fresh battier in lbs., the bona-fide produce of his or her own farm 1, Mrs Lewis, Brynbonc 2, Mrs Martha Williams,Tydwtiliog 3; MissC. A. Jones,Paarbg-laS. Sample of 31bs. fresh butter made iby buitter- working ma-chine 1. Miss C. Wil.iams," Sarn 2, Mrs E. A. Hu-ghes, Nevin. GREEN CROP SECTION. Twelve specimens of Webb's swede: 1. W. E. Hughes, Llangian; 2, W". Morris, Pwllheli. Twelve roots or mangolds 1, R. Thomas,Abersoch 2, W. Williams. Llannor. Best twelve roots of swede, any of Carter's prize variations: 1. W. Wil- liams, L'a.nnor; 2. D. H. Parry, Pwllheli. DOG SECTION. Welsh terriers (dogs) 1, William Jones, 44, High-street, Pwllheli 2, Walter S. Glynn, Bryn- hir Welsh terriers (bitches) 1, Walter S. Glynn, Brynhir; 2, Evan Roberts, Pwllheli. Welsh terriers (puppies, dogs or bitches) 1, W. Jones, PwMheli; 2, Evan Roberts, Pwllheli; 3, Richard Roberts, Pwllheli. Terrier dog or bitch which has never won firstpTize (confined to the district of the society) 1. J. Williams, Criocieth 2, Meredith H. Jones, Chwillog. Fox terrier (rough-coated), diog or bitch 1, D. Garic Roberts, Llandudno; 2. Walter S. Glynn, Criecieth 3, A. S. Williams, Clynnog. Fox terrier ((smooth-coated), dog or bitch: 1, Walter S. Glynn, Criocieth 2, J. Williams, Oric- cieth 3, D. Garic Roberts, Llandudno. iSpaniels, dbg or bitch 1, Mrs Arthur Owen, Pwllheli: 2, W. E. Roberts. Grieci-eth; 3, Miss C. A. Glynn, Criocieth. Retriever (curly or wavy), dog or bitch 1. J. Williams, Oriooietli; 2, Owen Hughes, Pen- tiraeth. Pointer or sobter, dog or bitch 1. Hugh Hughes, Bryngwran 2, D. W. 1 kreid Morris, Geufron. diog (raugh-ooaited) 1, E. V. Davies, Llanidloes 2, Miss L. A. Jones, Llan- frothen 3, T. R. Jonies, Moss Hill. Sheep bitch (rough-coated) 1, Fred H. Pryce. Dolgelley: 2, 0. Williams, iBangor: 3. John Parsons, Maeh- ynMeth. Shftep dog or bitch (smooth-coated!) 1, D. Francis, Treherbert: 2, Bob Williams, Brvn- bedd-au! Farm 3. E. V. Davies, Criceieth. Sheep dog or bitch (rough or smooth), eonfined to the district, of the society) 1, W. Griffith, Pwllheli 2, W. J. Jones, Tyddyn Adda. Amy other variety, dog or bitch 1, Walter S. Glynn, Criccieth; 2, Thomas Williams, Ty'nycoe-d. Welsh terrier dog or bitch (the property of a. resident in Pwllheli) 1, W. Jones 2, Evan Roberts—-both of PwMheli. HONEY SECTION. Extracted honey 1. Mrs Ellen Griffith, Boa&an 2, John Rowlands, Pwllheli. HORTICULTURAL SECTION. VEGETABLES. Peas, twenty pods: 1, E. Evans, Pentrefielin 2, W. WilMiaimis, Bodvean 3, D. H. Parry, Peiillwyn. Biroadi beans, twelve pods 1 and 2, W. Williams, Bodfean; 3, D. H. Parry, Pen dwyn. Kidney beans, twenty pods 1 and 2, Rev. D. T. Davies, Tydiweiliog; 3, J. E. Hughes, Orioceth. Scarlet ranners 1 and 3, D. Caradog Evans, Pwllheli; 2, W. Williams, Caermieri. Cucumbers: 1, W. Wil- liams, Bodfean 2 and 3, John Longer, Pwllheli. Parsnips: 1 and 2, J. 0. Owen, Gi-asglyn-street, 'P-.v:ilheli. Cabbage: 1, J. E. Hughes, Criocieth; 2, E. Evans, Pentrefelin; 3, Griffith Griffiths, PwJtl- heli. Red cabbage: 1, James Co wall, Pwllheli; 2, W. Williams, Caermieri; 3, J. E. Hughes, Crio- cieth. Gnu 1 ifiower 1. Robert Jones, Portmadoc 2, W. Williauns, Cakinieri; 3, John Jones, 1, Caawots: 1. -Captain David Plritichard, Llwynbeuno 2, Francis Longer, Llan- nor 3. J. Owen, Caienewydd. Geilery 1, J. O. Owen, Portmadoc; 2, W. Williams, Mydrim; 3, R. Jones, Portmadoc. Turnips: 1, R. Thomas, Greigir Wen; 2, John Longer, White Horse 3, D. H. Parry, Penllwyn. Onions, spring sown 1, H. Thomas, Criocieth 2, W. Williams, Caeniieri 3, Rc Davies, E'failne.vvdd. Onions, autumn sown 1, J. Cowell, Penihin Fmyr; 2, E. Evans, Ps.-ntae- falin 3, W. Hughes, L'anbadirog. Potatoes, long: 1, Mrs Carreig, Brynhyfryd 2, R. Williams, H-en- llys; 3, Jolm Davies, 17, Penbiyn-terraice, Pwll- heli. Potatoes, round 1, Mrs Caiirtg, Riyn- hyfryd; 2. H. Evans, 3, Mit-Te-plaoe, ISvilheli; 3, R. Williams, PwJlheli. Kidney potatoes: 1, Griffith Davies, Efaiilinewydd; 2, E. Owen, Cae- n-ewyd-d 3, J. E. Hughes, 2, Holyveell-teiu-aee, Pwllheli. Rhubarb 1, John Davies, Efailnewydld 2. Robert Davies, do. 3, Griffith Davies, IShop, do. Siliiidots, large: 1, John Davies, 17, Penbayn- terrace, Pwllheli; 2, H. Williams, Penygallt, Tyd- weiliog; 3, D. O. Hughes, BTytnicynan. Vegetable marrows: 1, J. Davies, 17, Penbryn-teirrace, Pwll- heili; 2, AI iss Jane Roberts, Tanyfron, Llanengan; 3, James Griffith, Penlan-street, pwmhel,i. Leeikf 1 and 3, R. Jones, Dora-street, Pwllheli; 2, J. O. 0!we:n„ 14 Glasljyn-street, Pwilheli. Parsley, single root, in pot: 1, J. Jones, 1, Tan'rallt-terrace, Pwll- heli; 2, H. Jones, 2, Mitre-place, Pwllheili 3. W. Williams, Ty Ceiryg, Bodfean. Tomatoes.: 1, John Longer, White Horse 2. — Hughes. 2. Holywoell tetrrao?, Pwllheli; 3. E. Williams, Portmadoo. FRUITS. Applies, dessert 1. Mrs Carreg. Brynhyfiydi; 2, J. Griffith.,Penlan-street^ 3,J. Cowell.Penlan Fawr. Apples, kitchen: 1 and' 2, Jolm Griffiths, Ala; 3, John Griffith, Llanengan. Pears: 1. W. H. Hughes, Pwllheli; 2, J. Griffiths, Bwlchg^vyn. Plums 1, W. H. Hu-ghes, 'Refai'newydd. FLOWERiS. Pansies 1, Dtr. W. Thomas, Nevin 2, J. Wynn, Tarsis-place, Pwllheli 3. D. Meirion Jones, Meirion House, do. Carnations 1 Dr. W. Thomas, Nevin 2, J. Longer, White Horse. Dahlias, double: 1, J. Jones Tam-allt-tarraoe; 2, Miss A. Evans, Btrvncvnan Dahlias,single: 1. "W." Williams, Caemieri 2, J. Jones, Tan'rai It- tietrraiae, Pwllhe'li. Asters: 1, J. Joneis, lanrallt- terrace. Pwllheli 2, J. Longer. White Horse 3, W. Williams. Caemieri. Bouquet of v.-ildi flowers 1, W. Wiliams, Caemieri; 2, Miss J. Roberts, Tanyfron, Llanengan 3, Mrs Jones. Tainewyddion, Llannor. Begonia in bloom 1 and! 3, J. Longer, White Horse; 2, E. Evans. Monmfon. Fuchsia,, double, in bloom: 1, E. Evans, Monafon 2. D. H. Parry, Perililwyn 3, J. Jones, Pwllheli. Fuchsia, single, in bloom: 1. D. M. Jones, Medron House 2, W. Thomas. Mae,slyn-terrace, Pwllheli; 3, J. Jones, Tan'raUt-terrace*, do. Geranium, single, in bloom: 1 H. Evans, Mitre-terraee; 2, E. Evans, Monafon 3. J. Davies, Penbryxi-terraee. Pwdheli. Geranium, double, in bloom, 1 and 2, D. H. Pantn, Peiidwvn 3, E. Evans, Monafon. WORKING-MEN'S CLASS. Collection of vegetables 1, G. Griffiths, 27, Lleyn-street, Padlheli 2, J. 0:. Owen, 14. G-^a,s- lyn-street, do. 3, E. Evans. Monafon. Collection of flowers: 1. J. Jones. 1, Pwll- hdi; 2 and 3, Meirion Jones, Meirion House. POULTRY 'SECTHGN. OPEN TO ALL COPIERS. Legliom eoek or hen 1 and 2, E. R. Robert s, Gwyddfor, Penygroes. Wyandotte cock or hen 1, Owen Jones,Mount Pleasant Hotel, Llanwnda 2, G. Tliomas, Llaribedr. Modem game, any variety.: 1, D. Thomas Knowle-s, IBryn,gro Llanrug 2, AW H. Davies 7 Mount-terrace, pw,rh",1i. Oidf English, Indian; or Malay game: 1, W. Jones, Glyntiwirog Hotel, Llanraa- 2, Mrs Laura Jones. Foxhole Cottage. Llanbe-GTog. Minorca cock or hen 1, D. W. Owen, Orpington Hall, Rhostryfan 2. JR. E. Hughes, Ty'nyffioi'did, 'Refailnewydd. Plymouth Rock cock or hen 1. G. Roberts, Gorplrwysfa, Bodfean 2, W. H. Davies, Pwllheli. Langshan or Orpington cock or hen 1. R. R. Roberts, Peny- groes 2, W. H. Davies, Pw llhøh. Hamburgh cock or hen 1, Owen Jones, Uanwnda. Bant.am cock or hen 1, W. Jones, Llanrug; 2, S. Willie Jones, do. Anv other variety, or hen 1, J. H. Evans, London-road, Grum; 2, Ü. Jones, Llanwnda. Turkey cock or hen 1 and 2, Master W sllli-e il- iams, Tynnvydd, Llannor. Duck or drake 1, W. H. Cooke, Ash-ton House, Wern. Shropshire; 2, J.,Pritchard., Minffordd, Llanruig. Coupile of oliickens: 1 and 2. E. R Roberts. Penygaoes. Goose or gander: 1 and 2, D. H. Parry, Penlhvyn,, Pwllheli. PIGEON SECTIOIN. OPEN TO ALL COMERS. Ffantail, any colour, coek or hen 1, Miss Maggie Jones, Mount. Pleasnt Hotel, Llanwnda; 2,W. R. Davies, Pwllheli. Any other variety, cock or hen 1, John Pritchard, Llanrug; 2, Miss M. E. Hame-r, Twthill, Carnarvon. CAGE BIRD SECTION. OPEN TO ALL COMERS. Norwich, any variety 1 and 2, E. D. Owen, Bron Menai, Carm-el, Groeslon, Canary, any variety, first, feather: 1, D. Thomas, 2. Sand-street, heli 2. E. D. Groeslon. Cuiarv, any variety 1, Miss M. L Pughe. Medical Hall, Pwll- helii; 2, H. Jones, 2, Mitre-place, Pwllheli, Mule, any variety: 1, J. Jones, Ty Engan, Glmil; 2, Arthur Pwllheli. British ibirdi: 1, W. John Evans, Upper Lodge, Glynilifon Park 2, W. Owen. Ctrnarvon-road, Glanaddia.. Foreign bird 1. J. Williams. 11, High-street, Pwllheli; 2, Mrs Mary Williams, Penygiredgwen, Mynytlio.

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