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WENVOE PLOUGHING MATCH. -0

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WENVOE PLOUGHING MATCH. -0 OPEN CLASSES INTRODUCED. The annual ploughing match and stock show for the Wenvoe district was held on the 24th October at the Alps Farm, Wenvoe, under the presidency of Mr. Claude D. Thompson, J.P. The entries were larger than. in any previous year smce the establish- ment of the ishow. A number of open classes were introduced for cattle and sheep, and the innovatioTh proved unexpectedly successful. The judges of ploughing were Messrs. Edward Watts and D. Jarvis, Llantrithyd, and R. Barton, Moulton:; and for horses, cattle and sheep, Messrs. W. Thomas, J.P., The Hayes, Sully; E. Akers. Pentrebane; and D. J. Jenkins, Flemingstone. Mr. Thos. Thomas, Vishwell, was chairman of the committee, and Mr. Henry L. Jones, Barry Dock, secre- tary. The awards were as follow — PLOUGHING. Champion Class (open): 1, William Jones, Michaelstone; 2, David James, Raglan- Second Class (open to the counties of Gla- morgan and Monmouth): 1, Edward Palmer, Penmark; 2. Howell Edwards, Alps; 3, Thomas Ferris, Blackweir. Junior Class, men under 20 years of age, open to Glamorgan and Monmouth: 1, A. Jenkins, Penmark; 2, E. Morgan, Mardy; 3, Edgar Williams, Penmark. HORSES. P'air Horses encaeed i. ploughing match 1, James Howell, Green Farm; 2, Evan Wil- liams, Penmark. Brood Mare engaged in ploughing match: 1, David Evans, Burden Hill; 2, Evan Wil- liams, Penmark. Two-year-old Cart Colt, gelding or fillv: 1, William Emerson, Sweldon; 2, J. L. Jenkins, Lisvane. Yearling Cart Colt or Filly: 1, J. L. Jen- kins, Lisvane; 2, Wm. Emerson, Sweldon. Sucker Cart Colt: 1. Illtyd Williams, Cas- telton; 2, J. C. Rooney, St. Andrews. Sucker, other than carter: 1, Mrs. Benja- min, Dusty Forge; 2, David Evans. Burden Hill. CATTLE AND SHEEP. Pair of Fat Steers: 1. 0. Thomas, Greave Farm; 2, John Cory, J.P., The Duffryn. Pair of Fat Heifers: 1, W. Lougher, Old Wallace; 2, 0. Thoma.s. Pair of Fat Yearling Stters: 1, O. Thomas; 2, W. Lougher. Pair of Yearling Heifers: 1,0. Thomas; 2, W. Lougher. Pair of Milking Cows: 1 and 2. W. Emer- son. Five Breeding Ewes: 1, John Cory, J.P.; 2, R. Templeton, Blackweir. Five Lambs: 1. R. Templeton; 2, J. Cory. SERVICE, &e. Ploughman showing the most neat and ser- viceable turn-out: 1, Servant man in employ of M. D. Morgan, Caia. 2, Servant main in employ of J. Howells, Greave Farm. Servant (man or boy), competing in junior or senior ploughing classes in employ of ten- ant farmer in Cardiff Union area for the longest time without removal: 1. John Nutt, Greave Farm. Prize given by the Society to the tenant farmer offering the most serviceable ground for ploughing match Mrs. Edwards, Alps. The annual dinner was held in the Wenvoe Arms Hotel, and was well-attended. Mr. Claude Thompson. J.P., presided, su snorted by Major-General H. H. Lee, R.E., J.P.. Col. Gore, Messrs. T. P. Thomas. J.P., William Thomas, J.P., E. U. David, Morgan Howell, E. Akers. T. Thomas, W. Emerson, etc. The Chairman, when proposing the toast of ,'The Army and Navv," referred to the scheme of the territorial Army now under consideration, and urged them not to pass judgment upon it, but give it a trial. Major- General Lee, in responding, also reiterated this wish. Colonel Gore proposed "Success to Agricul- ture and the Wenvoe Ploughing Match." He urged tenant and landlord to null together. The match this year had been a great success. People who tried to set ono class against the other were mischievous, and in saying this he was not talking politics, but simply com- mon-sense. (Cheers.) Agriculture, he con- cluded, was the backbone of England. Mr. Oliver Thomas and Mr. Morgan Howell re- sponded. Mr. E. U. David then gave the toast of "The Judges. which was responded to by Mr. Thomas (The Hayes). iur. E. Akers (Pen- trebane), and Mr. b. J. Jeiikiiis (Fleming- stone). 0

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