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CLY:l, ER NE;J A R I Ll L T!j SHOW. The 24th annual exhibition in connection with the Clynderwen Agricultural Society was held on Tuesday, the 22nd December. Favoured with excellent weather the gathering was well attended, aid those present were able to v-o ness some good competition. The introducih a of a shoeing competition added to the interest of the show. This form of competition has not taken place at Clynderwen for many ycais. The judge, Mr. Isaacs, Carmarthen, remarked that the competitors turned out some of the best workmanship in England. He regretted that the, competition was not conlincd to a certain district, and suggested that in future j this should be done. A competition for hunters over country (banks and flies) was an innova- tion of the President, idr. Protheroc/.Beyuon. and gave general satisfaction. The horse parade and the jumping were, as usual, great attractions. Certain classes caused a little dis- appointment-, but, on the whole, the show may be considered a success. the sum of £ 21 was? taken at the gate. Too much cannot be said in praise of the work of the secretary, Mr. 11. -Morris, chemist, who, both before and on the day of the show did a' in his power to make it a success. The other officials of the day were oourteous and obliging, and gave every assitance when required. The officials were: President: Mr. G. Protheroe-Beynon. Trewern; vice-presidents: Major Broinneld, D.S.O., Tog. fynydd; Mr. D. G. Prutheroe, Dolwilym; ?a r. A. Boyle, Clynderwen House. Treasurer: Mr./ J. James, Dyffryn. Judges: Fat stock, sheep, cattle, and roots: Mr. Mathias, Kingston; Mr. G. Morris. Rose Cottage, Miiford; dairy pro- duce: Miss Davies, The Creamers, Lampeter; poultry: Mr. H. Rees, Springfield, Haverford- west; garden produce: Mr. L. Jensen. Lydstep Haven; shoeing: Mr. Isaacs, Carmarthen; cart horses: Mr. Griffiths, Castlecenlas, Letterston; Mr. Harries, Garreg, Kidwelly; hunters, cobs, and ponies: Mr. D. G. Anthony, Gardde, Kid- welly; Mr. H. M. llarrise, Nine Wells, Soha; eggs, honey, bread, and pudding: Mrs. Protheroe-Beynon, Trewern; Miss Protheroe. Dolwilym; dead poultry: Mrs. Evans, Blethers- ton Mrs. James, Dyffryn. Stewards FatStoek Messrs. J. Howells, Penpark, and W. H. Thomas, Tyhen; live poultry: Messrs. G. Gib- bon, Trewynt, and P. James, Pwllquarre; roots and garden produce: Messrs. J. James, GiL vachwen, and J. Thomas, Llwyndyrws; dairy produce: Messrs. D. Thomas, The Dairies, and Edward James, Dyffryn; cattle and sheep: Messrs. W. James, Longford, and J. M. Evans, Bletherston; carters: Messrs. H. James, Ffynon- brodyr, and G. Leonard, Clynderwen; shooing: Mr. Richard Narbett; hunters, cobs, and ponies: Messrs. G. Protheroe-Bevnon, A. BoyI J. Gibbon, Vaynor, H. Lewis, Cilaufach, J. James, Dyffryn. Officers Time keeper: Mr. G. Gibbon, Penlan; field committee: Messrs. J. Howells, Penpark; J. James, Dyffryn; and J. Williams, Llandre: veterinarv surgeon: Mr. T. Williams, M.R.C.V.S., Whitland. FAT STOCK. Fat Pig (open to farmers only)—1 and* 2, L James, Pwllyrarian; r, J. George, butcher. Fat Pig (open to cottagers not keeping a cow)— 1 and 2, J. Thomas, Glasfryn; r, Mrs- Jenkins, Narberth Arms. LIVE POULTRY. Cock or Cockerel, Dorking—1, J. Morris and Son, Lanhwnt. Hen or Pullet, ditto—1 and 2, G. Gibbon, Trewynt; vhc J. Morris and Son, Lanhwnt. Cack or Cockerel, Plymouth Rock—1, W. Hinds, Narberth; 2, G. James, Millbrook; vhc, J. Bushell, Walton East; he, T. Harries, Clar- beston Road; he, G. Gibbon, Trewynt. Hen or Pullet ditto—1, W. Hinds, Narberth; 2. G. James, Millbrook Lodge; vhc, G. Gibbon, Trewynt; vhc, T. Harries, Clarbeston Road; he, J. Evans, Redstone. Cockerel, any pure breed hatched in 1907— 1, D. Edwards, Brynderwen; 2, W. Hinds, Nar- berth; vhc, A. Thomas, Coach and Horses; vhc, T. Hay, Pembroke; he, Jones and Thomas, Crymmych. Pullet, ditto—1, G. Gibbon, Trewynt; 2, J. Bushell, Walton East; vhc, T. Hay, Pembroke; he, W Hinds, Narberth; he, Jones and Thomas, Crymmych. Cock or Cockerel Leghorn, any colour—1, Jones. and Thomas, Crymmych; 2 and lie, A. Thomas, Coach and Horses; vhc, J. Evans, Redstone. Hen or Pullett, ditto 1, J. Evans, Redstone. Cock or Cockerel, Wyandotte, any colour— 1 and c, T. Harries, Clarbeston Road; 2, J. Morris and Son, Lanhwnt; vhc, J. LI. Bushell, Walton East; he, J. George, Butcher. Hen or Pullett, ditto—1, J. Edwards, Bankv- fclin; 2, T. Harries, Clarbeston Hoad; vhc, J. Morris and Son, Lanhwnt. Cock or Cockerel, Indian Game—1, W. Haver- son, Whitland; 2, Jones and Thomas, Crym- mych; vhc, J. Morris and Son, Lanhwnt; he, W. James, Longford; c, J. LI. Bushell, Walton East. Hen or Pullet ditto—1, W. Haverson, land; 2, vhc, and c, Jones and Thomas, Crym- mych; he, J. Morris and Son, Lanhwnt. Cock or Cockerel, Buff Orpington—1, J. Aston, Mill Inn; 2, J. Griffiths, Plasybrodvr. Hen or Pullett, ditto—1, G. James. Mill- brook; 2, D, Edwards, Brynderwen; vhc, W. James, Langford. Cock or Cockerel, any pure breed-1, J. Lewis, Narberth; 2, T. Harries, Clarbeston Road., Hen or Pullet, ditto-I. T. Owen. Woodfield Cottage; 2, T. Harries, Clarbeston Road. Pair of Pure-bred, Cock and Iten-I, G. Gibbon, Trewynt; 2, J. Morris and Son, Lan- hwnt. Drake and Duck, Rouen—1 and 2, J. LI. Bushell.. Walton East. POULTRY-DEAD AND TRUSSED. Fat Goose—1, H. James, Fxynonbrodyr; 2, B. Davies, Llwyngwydd; 3, Mrs. Gibbon, Vaynor. Pair of Fat Ducks—1, Mrs. Hancock, Robles- ton; 2, J. LI. Bushell, Walton East; 3, Mrs. Merriman, Cilrath. Poir of Fat Fowls—1, Mrs. James, Longford; 2, G. Williams, Llandissilio; 3, Mrs. Gibbon, Vaynor. Fat Turkey-I, Mrs. Lloyd, Pendcrry; 2, Mrs. Howells, Penpark; 3, Mrs. Lewis, Milton. DAIRY PRODUCE. Pot or Firkin of Butter, not less than 151 bs.— 1, Mrs. Howells, Penpark; 2, Mrs. James, Long- ford; 3, Mrs. Hughes, Vron. 31bs. of Butter, plain rolls of 16ozs. each, not ribbed—1, Mrs. Howells, Penpark; 2, Mrs. Phillips, Rhosgoch; 3, Mrs. John, Portispark. Welsh Cheese (one cheese not less than 281bs.)—1, Mrs. Lewis, Milton: 2, Mrs. Brown, Coynant; 3, Mrs. Howells, Penpark. 31bs. of Butter, plain rolls of 16ozs. each, coloured with "Oleo" Butter Colouring—1, Mrs. Howells, Penpark; 2. Mrs. Phillips, Rhos- goch; 3, Mrs. Lewis, Milton. EGS, HONEY, &c. Basket of 6 Egs, White 1, J. Phillips, Weary Team; 2, Miss Edwards, Brynderwen; 3, Miss Edwards, Manchester House. Basket of 6 Eggs, Brotfn—1, Mrs. Merriman, Cilrath; 2, Miss M. Edwards, Brynderwen; 3, Miss James, Cilvachwen. 1 lb. Jar of Liquid Honey—1. D. Lewis, Gleii- view House; 2, J. Phillips, Weary Team; 3, M. Sheen, Llandissilio. lIb, Jar of Granulated Honey—1, D. Lew s, Glcnvicw; 2, T. Evans. Llandissilio. Loaf of White Bread—1, Miss A. Whec.'er. The Rectory; 2. Mrs. Howell, Penpark; 3, Miss James, Gilvach-,ven. Six Oatmeal Cakes (Baia Ccireh)—1, Mrs Jenkins, Llandissilio; 2, Mrs. John Vronhaul. Plum Pdding-I, Mi;; A. Wheeler, Login: 3, Mrs. Jones h. PwQOTS. Twelve Yellow Mangoids—1, H Lev,as, lem. pleton Farm; J 2, H. Lewis, Templeton; r, J Gibbon, Vaynor. Twelve Ewedes-7, J. Williams, RuN-n: 2. W. Williams, Clynderwen Farm; •< D. Davies, Blaenpistill. GARDEN PRDU'iE Twelve Round White P0ta.t )c- -1. W ITatnesr I 2, W. Thomas, Llanddcui; 3, G. Pro:l:er."i: Beynan, Trewcrn. Twelve White Kidney Potatoes—1. J. Eynon, Narberth; 2, Mrs. Eynon. Narberth: i, W. Thomas, iiftnddewi; r. W. James, i onghuvl. Twelve Coloured Kidney Potatoes 3, T. Sheen, Narberth. Six Potato Onions—1, G. Bcvan, Penycwm P.O.; 3, T. Phillips, Cilla 1;1I:J;} Grov-. Six Seed unions—1, W. Thomas, Llanddewn; 2, T. Jones, Tenby; 3, J. Thomas, Llanddewl. Six Leeks—1, W. Thomas, Handdewi: 2, G. Protheroe-Beynon, Trewern; 3, Mrs. Eynon. Narberth; r, J. Eynon, Narberth. Six Red Carrots—1, G. Protheroe-Beynon, Trewern; 2, J. Griffiths, Trewern; 3, T. Phillips, Cinnamon Grov. Six Parsnips—1. W. Thomas, Llanddewi. Six, Apples, Cooking—1, J. M. Evans, Blether- ston 2, W. Thomas, Llenddewi. Six Apples, Eating-I and 2, W. Thomas, Llanddewi; 3, G. Bevan, Penycwm P.O. Six Bec-troot-1, T. Eynon, Henllan Lodge; 2, G. Protheroe-Beynon, Trewern; 3, W. Thomas, Llenddewi.

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