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WARRINGTON SHOW. 1 A I LOCAL PRIZEWINNERS. I The 18th annual show in connection with the I Warrington and District Agricultural Show was held on Thursday in tho beautiful grounds of Walton Hall, the residence of Sir Gilbert Grecnall. Bart. Unfortunately the s-how was marred by rain, which fell practically inces- santly the wliole of (lie- day. Naturally the attendance was g,eatly affected, and the com- fort of those who wer", present, was spoiled. Four classes wore delet-ed from the programme, and the onirics w-eio slightly below those* of last year. The falling off was mainly in the shires, open harness, and open hunter classes. The who" of the exhibits;, however, showed a marked imp:overmant as fir as quality was con- cerned, and this was particularly noticeable in tlx) shite, hackney and hunter classes. The ca.tt. and pig- classes although not largely filled, shewed an improvement on previous shows, bath as regarded1 quality and the mim- ter of entries. SHIRES.—Open Cla*»v. Br00d mari", four yeaps old and upwards, with foal at foot: 1, James Gould, Lymm; 2, Victor Cavendish, Holber, Ca.rk.in.Ca.rtrod; 3., Wal. ter Cunningham, Gateacre. Colt foal: 1, Vic- Helsby; 3, H. and T. Ainscough. Filly foa!: 1, R. Clarke, War- burton Park; 2. J. Gould. 3, Benjamin Wright, Mobberley. District C>aase«—Brood mare, four yrars ,md upwards, with foal at foot: 1, W. I Cunningham; 2, J. Gould; 3, II. and R. Ain% I cough. Maro. without foal: 1. J. Gould; 2, William Blackburn, Post hern e; 3, Alfsed Broome, Preston BJOok. Cü't foal: 1, T. Jeffs; 2, J. W. Priestner, Apploton; 3, II. and R. Ainseough. Filly foal: 1. J. Gould; 2, B. Wriglit; 3, John Wright, Ashley. Yearling colt or gelding: 1, J. Gould; 2 and 3, Geoigo Smith, Bold. Yearling filly: 1, Lewis Dodd, Tarpotley; 2. Col. R. 1. Blackburne, Ila'e Hall; I 3, John Whitlow. Apploton. Two year old geld- ing or filly: 1, A. Broome; 2. Thomas Smith; 3, Edward Davies, Partington. Three-year-old j ditto: 1 and 3, S. and S. Raingill; 2, Edward i Davies. Gelding, four years and upwards: 1, I Peter Davies, Warburton; 2. John Whitlow; 3. H. and R. Aiiwcough. HUNTERS—District Cia=s?s. Brood mar?: 1, Robert Noodham, Knots?ord; 2 and premium, John Prescott, Middlcwich 3, C. L. Evans, Runcorn. Foal by thoroughbred I or registered hunter siio: 1, R. N?odh?m; 2, 1. P.<scott; 3, W. II. Hall, Daresbury. Year- ting eolt, gelding or filly, ditto: 1, R. Need- ham; 2 and prtMnium, T. A. Owen, Marbury Farm; 3, J. Richardson, jurir., Middlewich. Two or thro:; year-old ge'ding or fiily: 1 and pit-miuin, I'l ('. Griffiths, Broken Cross. North- wich; 2, J. Millington, Middlewich; 3, J. Richardson, junr. Open ola^S'S (to be ridden) Nov:ce hunter mare or gelding, four yc-ari and upwards. equal to cany 13.I. and not more than 14,.t. 7 b.: 1. W. Gale. Melton Mowbray 2. J. Drage. Chapel Brampton. No.th-ampton; 3, F. B. Wilkinson, Edwinstowe, Newark. Ditto, equal to carry over 14s. 7ib. 1, J. Drage; 2, Noel Forwood. Nantwich; 3, F. B. Wilkin- son. ffilrilteir m3.re or gelding, four years and upwards, equal to carry 13^t. and not more j,t>:t.1I 14st.. 7Ib.: 1, J. Drage; 2, II. Kidd, Lowood, Mel rose 3, J. H. Stokes, Market Har- boro'; 4, W. Ga'e. Ditto, equal to carry over 14st. 7Ib.: 1, J. If. Stokes; 2. J. Drage; 3, G. Robineon, Northampton; 4, F. B. Wilkinson. HACKNEYS.—District Classes. Itrood mare: 1. Alftied Smith, Crank, St. Helens; 2, William Brown, Seven Stars, War- ringion 3, Ralph Hough, lk-xton. Knutsford. Foal: 1. Bentley and Sons, Knutsford; 2, R. Hough; 3, A. Smith. Yearling colt., gelding or filly: 1. Sir Loos Knowles, Bait., Mobber- ky; 2, ik-ntloy and Sous; 3, A. L. Goodson. Knutsford. Two or three-year-old gelding or filly: 1, Sir Loos Knowles; 2, R. Hough; 3, Joshua Ba'i. Southworth llall, Warrington. Pony brood mare, not exceeding 14 hands: 1. G. Pimloti, Altrinoham; 2, E. W. Sankey. C-oft. Warrington; 3, J. L. Fryer, Padgato Warrington. Foal: 1, E. W. Siinkey; 2, G. Pimlott; 3, \V. Ellison, Ashley. HARNESS CLASSES—Open Clares. Novico mare or gelding, not exceeding 14-i iwinds: 1. F. Harrop. Oldham; 2, Jas. in- son,. Aigburth; 3, G. I' nblott, Altrinc-ham. Ditto, over 14^ hands: 1, Miss E. S. Ross, Sale; 2. F. W. Pass, Congleton 3, Robert Edroond. West Derby. Mare or gelding, not exceeding 14 hands: 1. W. and J. Ferguson. Prestbury; 2, F. Ilarmp; 3; Joseph Bond, Whitley, nxar Chester. Ditto, exceeding 14 and under 15 itands: 1, J. Kerr, Rickmansworth; 2, A. H. Maguire, Heath Charnock; 3, P. Smith, Ash- ton on-Mersoy. Ditto, 15 hands and over: 1, Miss Schinta; 2, Miss E. S. Ross; 3, J. Kerr. JUMPERS.—-Ope?i Class. Equal, F. V. Grange. Farndon, and F. W. Foster, Brailsfoid, Derby; 3, George Ledson, Bromborough; 4, W. II. Jones, Kensington Liverpool. TURNOUTS Tradesmen's or tenant farmers' (district classes)—-Light horses (single or pair), veiiiole and harness: 1. Kxors. of J. Blackshaw, Hat- Lon; 2, Peter Leigh, Warrington; 3, William Forster, St. Helens; 4, J. B. Egerton, Lynn. Vanners or light lurry horses (single or pair): 1. Joseph Caldwell, Warrington; 2. Joseph S. Garland, Warring.ton; 3, B. Cunningham, War- rington 4, J. Toft and Son. Single heavy horse, vehicle and harne-ss. belonging to a tradesman. 1, Uotporation of Warrington; 2. Peter Walker and Son, Warrington; 3, War- rington Slate Company; 4, J. Uarth, Pmseot ("ATTLE.—District Clasps. Dairy cow, in calf: 1 and 2. S S. Raingill, Ri ngway, Alirincharri; 3, T. Bi'.lington, Pres- ton Brook. Dairy cow in milk 1 and 3. S. S. Raingill; 2, Richard L. Warburton. Hafcton. Heifer. born in 1905: 1, J. W. Proctor. Mob- berley; 2, Richard Clarke; 3, J. R. Newton, Warburton. Ditio, 1906: land 2. J. W. Proc- !.or; 3. C. Leonard Agncvy, Nortlnvich. Bull, under two years: 1, S. W. Gould, Lymm; 2. \V. Norcott, Penketh-for-Bokl; 3. C. Leonard Agnrw. Ditto, over two years: 1. Exors. of J. Blackshaw, Hatlon; 2, T. Morris, Preston Brook; 3, A. Broome, Preston Brook. PIGS.—District Classes. Breeding sow in pig: 1. J. Jefferson, Peel Hall. Chester; 2, W. Bancroft, Weaver ham; 3. John Walley, Tabley Brock. Cottager's pig: 1 and 2, J. Kippax. Hatton; 3. T- Riley, Tabley Hill, Kim'sford. Jilt, <ny breed, born in 1907: 1 and 3. J. Walloy, Tabley Brook Knutsford; 2, T. Smith, Un:on Bank, Bold. CHEESE-District Class. Three cheese, over 20tb. 1, J. Dilworth, Maidey. Ilolsby; 2. J. E. GCi rard. Arky Moss; 3, T. Piatt., Eaton, Taiporley; 4, T. Dawson, Dunham Hill, Helsby. BUTTER.—District Class. 2^ slightly salted: 1, Miss B. Besvviok, Apploton; 2, Mrs. Mary Clare, App'eton; 3, Mrs. John MerrelL, Tabley Brook. SPECIAL PRIZES. District cljampion cup, for best mare or fiily. the propettv of residents in society's district: S. S Raingill. Silver cup for best sliire, foal in show: Victor Cavendish. Silver cup for best shire exhibit, the properly of one of Sir Gilbert GToenail's tenants: A. Broome. Special prize for b:«r yearling, two-year old or three-year- for b:'af yea.rung, two-yoai'o. d or t h rcc-yca.r- old nUy: 8. S. RaingUL Specie p?nHuma, given by Messrs. H. and R. Ainscough, for two beat fouls sired by any of their horses: J. K. Pries trier, John Longshaw. Silver onp for best dairy row in calf, dairy cow in milk, or heifer: S S. Raingill. Three- special prizes, given by Mr. J. W. Kenworthy, Koisa.ll, for best shite foals sired by any of his hor.-scs: Richard Clarke, B. Wright and T. Smith. Special prizo for brst whifco cheeso: John Dilwoith. Gold medal given by Shiro Horse Society for bast mare or filly, whoso owner was a member of the War- ringto:i Soeio+y for not less than six morrths previous to the last date of entry for the show: i Jam o Gould. Two silver medals, given by Hu nte;s' ImprovcrrK-nl Society, for best hunter filly not exooedirig three years and mare or geld- ing of any ago: R. Ncodha.ni and Gilbert Robineon. Salver medal, offered by Hackney Society for best hackney or pony mare, filly, or filly foal: G. Pimlott, Silver medal for best mare or gelding exhibited in singlo harness: Miss Schintz.

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