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HORSE SHOW.

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HORSE SHOW. THE tenth annual show was held at Conway on Friday, and was well attended. The president for the year was Colonel Gough, Mr. Hugh Jones was the vice-presi- dent, Mr. J. A. Pollitt, chairman of the Committee, Mr. O. Rowland, treasurer, and Mr. J. W. Tosdevine, secretary. The judges were -Messrs. W. Thompson, Chester; Conway Bell, Hhyl; Button, Sut- ton R. Jones, Brynrhydd; G. O. Jones, Merchllyn J. Evans, Llanrwst, and J. T. Davies, Mochdre. The following is the prize li-it:-Sliiye stallion :—1, J. Barrs, Nuneaton highly commended, D. Williams, Abergele. Roadster stallion Three entries, but not sufficient merit for the prize. I Agricultural team 1, J. Evans, Lianrwst; 2, R. Ellis, Ty'n-y-groes. Agricultural mare or gelding: 1, J. Foulkes, Conway 2, J. T. Davies, Mochdre; 3, G. O. Jones, Conway. Agricultural gelding or filly, rising three years 1, J. T. Davies 2, G. O. Jones. Ag- ricultural gelding or filly, rising two years: 1, R. Hughes, Eglwysbach; 2, H. Roberts Llanfairfechan; 3, D. Roberts, Eglwy-baeh. Agricultural colt or filly, foaled in 189G 1, J. Jones, Glan C-mway; 2, J. Stott, Con- way 3, W. F. Jones, Conway. Roadster, 15 hands and over: 1, G. O. Jones 2, the Hon. Mrs. Ward, Old Col- wyn 3, R. Owen, Brynsiencyn, Cob, 14j hands and under 15 hands; 1. Mr. Dutton, Bodfari; 2, the Hon. Mrs. Ward 3. Mrs. M'Laren, Prestatyn. Cob, 131 hands and under 14- hands: 1, R. Ellis, Conway 2, J. Jones, Colwyn Bay 3, Dr. Thomas, Bangor. In-foal mare, over 14 hands, adapted for breeding purposes: 1, J. Jones, Colwyn Bay: 2, the Hon. Mrs. Ward. Pony not exceeding 13J bands: 1 and 3, 2 J. Jjnes 2, H. H. Roberts, Eglwysbach. Welsh mountain pony, not exceeding 12 hands 1, T. Roberts, Llanrwst; 2 and 3, J. Jones, Colwyn Bay. Shire Stallion and two of his offspring, born in the district of the show; 1, J. Hughes, Llangerniew. Agricultural mare or gelding in the show, of any age 1 and 3, J. Evans, Llanrwst; 2, D. Foulkes, Penmaenmawr. Trotter, shown under saddle: 1, Mrs. Dutton, Bodfari 2, R. Ellis, Conway; high- ly commended, the Hon. Mrs. Ward. Half bred colt or filly, sired by any thoroughbred horse in North Wales J Jones. Agricultural mare, exhibited in any class by exhibitor resident in "Vv ales or England J. T. Davies, Mochdre. Silver medal, presented by the Shire Horse Society, for the best mare or filly entered, or eligible for entry, in Shire Horse Stud Book; J. T. Davies. Turnout, in single harness: 1, Mrs. Dut- ton 2nd J. Jones 3, the Hon. Mrs. Ward. Turnout, in double harness: the Hon. Mrs. Ward. Tandem turnout: the Hon. Mrs. Ward. Heavy horse and cart: G. O. Jones. Daring the afternoon a man was arrested on a charge of pocket-picking. He refused to give the police his name and address un- til he had seen a solicitor.

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