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PEDICRIEE BOLLS. I

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PEDICRIEE BOLLS. I Show and Sale at Hereford. I The March show and sale of pedigree Here- ford bulls under the auspices of the Hereford .Herd Book Society was held, at Hereford on Wednesday. The auctioneers were Messrs Ed wards, Russell, and Baldwin the secretary Mr W, G C Britten and the judges Mr H W Taylor, Mr James Smith, Mr W B; Tudge, and Mr A,P Turner. The awards were as follows:— Bulls calved prior to January 1, 1912-1, Mr L L Moore's "Brampton Dauntless 2, Mr T Price's "Sanclad"; 5) Mr E, Ockey's Eaton Tar reserve, the Earl of Coventry's Golden Sprig." Bulls calved in 19121 Sir P Cawley's Constitution" ;,2; Sir J R G Cotterell's R ij^h; 3, Mr H Weston's Bounds Chance :4,. Mr K, W Milne's Firebrand reserve, the Rev G H Davenport's "Master John." Champion prize of £ 10 (the gift of the Lord Lieutenant, Sir J R; G Cotterell), for the best bull in Classes ;3." and 4-Mr T Harris's Senatorreserve. Sir Ji R G Cotterll's "Thumper." Bulls calved in January, 191L3-1, Mr T Harris's "Senator" 2, Mr Stewart Robinson's "Count, 3, Mr FF Mason's "Faraam Master"; 4, Mr J P Prosser s Fred 5» Mr C T Pulley's 44 Eaton Chance"; reserve, Mr W Griffiths's Prince Palatine." Bull calved on or after February 1, 1913- I, Sir J R G Cotterell's 44 Thumper"; 2, Mr W, Griffiths'f; "Constantine" ;'3 Mr H Moore's Yarn 4, Mr J R Hill's Majestic"; 5, Mr R 0 Rees's Dragon reserve, Mr P E Btadstock's Tango." There were 339.animale catalogued being an increase on the March sale last year. One hundred and thirteen Janizary bull. competed, and the contest was keen. There was also a grand lot of aged bulls, while the yearlings and two-year-olds were full of promise. The following were the chief sales :-Mr Moore's Brampton Dauntless," 61gs., to Mr J E Mellings, Bromfield ;Mr Price's Sunclad," lOOgs., to Mr Cooke, King's Pyon Sir J R G Cotterell's 44 Rajah," 50gs., to Mr Sidney Mr K W Milne's" Firebrand," 70gs., to Mr Sidney Mr D A Thomas's Snowdon, 50gs., to Mr J Walker, Hnightwick Manor Mr F F Mason's "Faraam, Master," l;M)gs., to Mr Sidney; Mr C T Pulley's 44 Eaton Chance," 67gs., to Mr Wilson, Malmesbury Mr W Griffiths's 44 Bur- berry," 32gs., to Mr Price, Ivington Mr P E Bradstock's Hucks, 50gs., to Mr Moss, Eaton; Mr W Prince Palatine," 65gs., to Mr J Williams, Pontrilas Mr T Harris's Sen&tor," 195gs., (top price), to Mr Foster, Bridgnorth Mr Ji P Prosser's 44 Fred," 100gs., to Mr Wilson, Malmesbury Mr Stewart Robin- son's Count," IjSgs., to Mr de F Pennefather, Kintsersley Castle Mr J R Hill's Majestic," 52gs., to Mr Ltwson Walker, Leintwardine Mr Wekiffiths's "öDstantine," 66gs., to Mr T Harris, Sheriff.

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