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H. AND W. AGRICULTURAL SHOW.

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H. AND W. AGRICULTURAL SHOW. Looal Prize Winners. I Amongst the local prize-winners at the Here- fordshire and Worcestershire Agricultural Show, held at Malvern on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week were the following :— HEREFORD CATTLE. Champion bull — Reserve, Mr H J Dent, Stoke Edith, Perton Loyalist. Bull, cow and offspring-3, J Rowlands, Eves- batch, Bishop's Froome, Carbine, Pretty 16th and Priam. Bull, calved on or after January 1 and not later than' February 28, 1913-1 H J Dent, Person Loyalist. Bull, calved on or after March 1, 1913-1, H J Dent, Perton Grateful; res., W Pudge, Frog End, Bishop's Froome, Ben h.c., H Weston, The Bounds, Much Marcle, Bounds Defender. Bull calved in the year 1912 (restricted class) —res., H Weston, Bounds Democrat; c., J H Bedford, Whitwick Manor, Ledbury, Cubic. Heifer calved in 1913 (restricted class)-2, S Wilcox, The Grange, Bosbury, Fina; 3, H Weston, Merry Lass c., J Rowlands, Lava. Heifer calved in 1912 (restricted class)—1, S Wilcox, Topaz. HUNTFRS. Colt, filly or gelding, foaled in 1913-r-es., E M Hopton, Weston Beggard. Filly or gelding, foaled in 1912-res., Miss Edwards, Braeside, The Count h.c., Miss A W Edwards, Grey Dawn, and 0 N Holt-Needham, Barton Court, Colwall. Filly or gelding, foaled in 1911—res., E M Hopton, Garnet. Mare or Gelding up to from 12st to 12st 71b— 2, Miss A W Edwards, Countess. Brood Mare with foal at foot—1 and 3, Miss A W Edwards 2, J H Bedford. RYELAND SHEEP. Three ewes with their lambs- res. and h.c., W J Homes, Gold Hill, Bosbury. BUTTER AND CREAM CHEESE. Two lbs of fresh butter-2, Mias Mary A Cowell, Callows Hill, Ledbury. Two lbs of butter, slightly salted (local)-2, Miss Mary A Cowell, Ledbury res., Miss Alice K Cobb, Dunbridge Farm, Ledbury. HONEY. Display of bee products—1, J Toombs, Xieddington, Ledbury. Six lb. bottle of extracted honey (light colour) -2, G Watkins, Ledbury. Six lb. bottle of extracted honey (medium or d*k)-3, J Toombs. Honey cake—1, J Toombs. Exhibit of beeswax (not less than lib, put up in loz or 2oz tablets, suitable for retail trade)- 2, J Toombs. RING COMPETITIONS. For the best tandem team and turn-out. Two entries-I. Thomas Molesworth, The Conigree, Ledbury, bay geldings. For the best turn-out for mare or gelding of any age, not less than 13.2 and under 14.2. Six entries—1. Thomas Molesworth, The Conigree, Ledbury, bay, Romance." IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. One of the chief attractions of the show was the exhibition of farming implements and machinery in motion. Messrs F C Swift and Co., engineers, Homend- street, Ledbury, had a good exhibition af Lister's dairy utensils, in the shape of cream separators, churns, butter workers, etc., Lister oil engines of all sizes, a big range of Perfectiom -cooking stoves, demonstrations with which were given. Messrs' Swift and Co. also exhibited agricultural implements of various kinds. Attiong the exhibitors are Messrs J L Lark- worthy and Co., of the Lowesmoor Iron, Works, who are showing several oil and petrol engines in motion, both portable aad fixed, a steam wagon -and steam tractor by Garrett, hay loaders, elevators, a hay press by Barford and Perkins, and a general collection of agricultural imple- ments and machines, including ploughs, euuivators, harrows, drills, rollers, and horse hoes. WEDNESDAY'S AWARDS. Best turnout (lecal class)—1, Miss A J Linder, The Conigree, Ledbury, Welsh Confidence. Child's Pony-res., Sam Bennion, Rose Hill, Dymock, Little Peter; h.c., A C Lewis, Ledbury, Tom Tit. Students' judging of Cattle—2, J R Cowell, Callows Hill, Ledbury 3, H G Yapp, Aylton, Ledbury. Butter-making Competition open to pupils of the Herefordshire County Council who have never won a prize at an agricultural show-2, Miss Dorothea Cowell, Callows Hill, Ledbury 3, Miss Hilda Attwooll, Hill Farm, Putley h.c., W Cowell, Callows Hill. Open to pupils who have never won a first prize—1, Miss D Cowell; 3, W Cowell'.

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