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NAMBOUR. OPENED BY THE GOVERNOR. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF FRUIT. [From Our Special Representative.] NAMBOUR, July 24.
Nambour was favoured with splendid weather for the 13th show of the Ma-<*> roochy Agricultural Society, and there was an attendance to-day of over 1000. The
main features were the magnificent dis play of fruit, and the fine lot of dairy cattle. There were many loada o£ oranges and mandarins from the Blackall Range, and bananas and pineapples from Jte lower country. AH were of the high- quality, and the remark was frequently THard, "Why cannot we get fritit ]ike that in the shops in Brisbane V" The reason X' ren is that Melbourne and Sydney are tter markets for the best class of fruit. .With dairy cattle the strongest sections were the Illawarras and Shorthorns, though as usual some.animals were in the wrong classes. There were quite a num ber of animals which Would 'have called for attention in a Brisbane exhibition* The two district exhibits—Bli Bli and Yandina—were very good indeed; the former won on points in every division. In the Bli Bli exhibit there were some particularly fine yams, which attracted the particular attention of Sir William MacGregor. The season had evidently been particularly suitable for vegetable*, and the quality throughout was fine. In the pavilion the display was not so good as in many other shows. The horses varied, but generally were of a good and useful type. Shortly after noon the president invited the Governor to open the show. The events of the day passed off vevy well, and some fairly good Jumping took place. The trotting contest evoked veiy keen interest, and W. W. Burton's Donally won from R. Baker, defeating several visi tors from other districts. SWlNE.—Berkshire boar: G. Gerrard, sen. Berkshire sow : D. O. Horsfall 1 and 2. Sow with Utter : W. D. Bury 1, D. O. Horsfall 2. APIARY PRODUCTS.—Five honey chaws : D. 0. Horafall. VEGETABLES (Judge, Mr. A. A. Pritchard). —Collection of vegetables : "R. Nichols. Three -cabbages : C. P. Prentis 1, D. G. Horsfall 2. Collection cabbages : R. Nichols. Bunch of turnips : R. Nichols. Swedes : A. M'Guire. Carrots : W. Hnrwood. Lettuce : D. G. Horsfall. Green peas: E. Fischer. French beans : L. G. Collings. Chokoe : W. A. Grimes. Vegetable marrows : P. Pctenen. Pie melon : _B. Sims. Parsnips : W. Hat-wood. Intermediate jsMnrots : W. Harwood. Beetroot : D. G. Hors- DAIRY PRODUCE (Judge, Mr. J. H. Bker man).—Farm cheese : D. Sirl. Table butter : W. O. Thompson 1, A. G. Stephens 2, W. Dalzell 3. Bacon and haras : C. F. Ernst. Hen effgs : Mrs. J. C. Hasaall 1, lira. F. G. Burton X, Mrs. T. C. Wakeham 3. Duck eggs : Mrs. M. Simpson. HOUSEHOLD GOODS (Judge, Mr. R. Lack).— Scones : Mrs. D. H. Mitchell 1, Mist A. Mitchell t, Miss Winnie Page 8, Home-nude bread : Mils L. Davey, 1, Mrs. W. O. Thomson 2. Baker's bread : A. C. Nichols 1, T. Rutherford S. Sponge cake : Mrs. J. Page. Sponge sand wich : Mrs. T. W. Whalley 1, Mm. J. Page 2, Mrs. J. T. Lowe 3. Oat cake : Mrs. J. Page. Ginger cake : Miss Winnie Page. Seed cake : Mrs. J. T. Lowe 1, Misa Winnie Page 2. Oat- Ueal scones : Mrs. T. W. Whalley 1, Mrs. J. Tage 3. Shortbread : Mrs. T. W. Whalley. HORTICULTURE (Judge, Mr. H. O. Rees).— Collection of cut flowers : Mrs. L. H. Collins 1. Mm W. Dalzell 2. Collection of roses : Mm. H. E. Lowe 1, Miss Mary Lowe 2. Bunch of violets: Mrs. D. Dalxell. Collection of pan lies : Mrs. W. Dalzell. Basket of cut flowers : Mrs. H. E. Lowe. Maidenhair fern : Miss Mary Lowe. Lady's spray : Mrs. T. W. Whalley 1, Miss Daisy Webster 2. Three button holes : Mrs. 11. E. Lowe 1, Mrs. T. W. Whalley 2. Any other horticultural specimen : Mrs. L. H. Col lins 1, Mrs. T. W. Whalley 1 NEEDLEWORK (Judge, Mrs. E. Nugent).— Ironed shirt : Mrs. J. Page 1, Mrs. J. P. Lorn ft. Shadow work : Mrs. A. L. Dyne 1, Mia D. ' Westaway 2, Mrs. T. 0. Wakeham h.e. Point lace : Miss Queenic Hilliam. Drawn thread : Mrs. W. H. Lang 1, Miss Maude Beattie 2. Crochet work : Mias Jearie Hi«ed 1, Miss D. Westaway 2. Article of crochet work: Miss Jesrfs Histed 1, Mrs. W. D. Sheriton 2, Mrs. W. 11. Lang and Mrs. L. J. Bancroft h.c. Pair of cushions : Mrs. L. J. Johnson 1, Mrs. T. C. Wakeham 2. Knitting in cotton: Mrs. A. W. Oanddine 1, Mrs. T. C. Wakeham 2. Knitting la wool: Mrs. A. W. Carscldine. Corticelll work : Mrs. L. J. Johnson 1, Miss J. Kipping 2. Child's dress : Mrs. A. W. Caraeldine 1, Mrs. W. Sharpe 2, Miss Maud Beattie h.c. Pair of fl'oyleys : Mrs. W. 11. tang 1, Miss Jessie Histed t. Paper flowers : Mrs. T. W. Whalley. Fancy darnins; : Mrs. T. C. Wakeham. Set undcrcloth ins; : Mrs. W. H. Lar.~. Pair booties : Mrs. A. W. Carseldine 1, Mis* M. Ablin 2. Baby's ?t : Miss Jessie Histed. Fancy table centre: J. Kipping 1. Mias M. Lnnn 2, Mies D. way h.c. Pillow fhams : Mr*. H. E. Lowe. Hardanger work : Mrs. W. H. Russell 1, Miss Mawle Beattie 2. Tatting : Mr?. Hilliam. Mount melliek worV : Mrs. W. IT. Russell 1, Miss J. Kipping 2, Mrs. T. W. Whalley h.c. Huckaback work : Mrs. T. W. Whalley 1, Miss Malby 2. Miss Dalny Webster h.c. SCHOOL WORK (Judge, Mr. H. A. Helens).— Exercise by boy, sixth clan : Edward Brook I, Stanley Green 2. By girl : Kate M'Kinnon 1, Ruth Beattie 2. By boy, fifth class : Chaa Phillip" 1, P. Wilson 2. V. Tamppincn h.c. Oirl : May Murtagh 1, J. Blackburn 2. By boy, fourth class : J. Tainton 1, W. Kuskoff 2. Girl : . Elsie Gomcnail 1, Knthleon M'Kinnon 2. Exer cise by boy, third clasn : Albert Dellit 1, G. Moody 2. Girl : Elsie Murtagh 1, Edith Lucas 2. Pencil drawing : Price Lowe 1 and 2. Map of Tasmania : Bara Anderson 1, Elsie Gomersall 2. Garment by girl in sixth class : Kate M'Kinnon 1, Joy Wilson 2. Sampler, sixth class : Maggie Chapman 1, .Toy Wilson 2. Gar ment, fifty class : Nellie Williamson 1, Olive Bmith 2. Sampler, fifth claai : Ixg Sommer 1, W. ttte*gail 2. Garment by girl, fourth class : Ellen Dickson 1, Kathleen M'Kinnon 2. Sampler fourth class : E. Manthey 1, M. Low 2. Gar ment, third class : Marion Smith 1, Lily Asp laqd 3. Sampler, third class : Hilda Bommer 1, Rutherford 3. Sampler by second class :
M. Manthey 1, Maud Oox 2. Besfc school ex hibit : Elsie Murtagh 1, Chaa, Phillips 2. HEAVY HORSES (Judge, Air. J. 1 alt).—Heavy draught stallion : P. English. Heavy mare : i\ English. Gelding or mare : P. lingliah 1, J. Alfonl 2. Light draught stallion : A. Petrie. Light more : Moretcn Mill 1, W. Doig 2. Geld ing or marc : Moreton Mill 1, W. Doig 2, J, Alford 3. Tradesman's turnout : W. Whalley. Spring-van hor&cs : W. Whalley 1, T. Davey 2. buifolk marc: W. Doig. Draught foil ; J. Chippies. LIGHT HORSES (Judge, Mr. C. J. Booker, M.L.A.).—Blood stallion : H. Livingstone. Stal lion, 2yrs. : G. F. Stafford 1, V. Yon Blanekon ree 2. Stallion, 1 year : R. Beattie. Blood mare : R. Beattie 1 and 2. Blood filly, 2 years, also mam with foal, and foal : S. Kelly. Pony stallion : A. Neville 1, W. D. Fenwick 2. Pony mare :R. Beattie 1, J. D. Gay 2. Trotting horse : W. Burton 1, J. T. M'Guire 2. Hackney, under 2 years :W. D. Sherston. Eleven-stone fcackr>ey : R. Bcattic'g Nellie 1, W. H. Cameron 1* Speculator 2, A. J. Fisher's Loyalty h.c. Ust. hack : W. H. Cameron's Speculator 1, A. J. Fisher'B LoyjJty 2. Pair of Galloways : G. B. Dance. Maiden hunters' plate : J. Murphy 1, O. Dance 2, J. Pearce 3. L«dy's hack : A. J. Fisher's Loynlty 1, W. Cameron's Speculator 2. Pony hack : W. Whalley 1, R. Beattie 2. Pony hack, 12 to 14 hands, W. Whalley 1, R. Boattie 2. GalUway hunters' plate: R. Baker, Jun., 2. Sulky turnout : W. Whalley 1, W. Wlllersdorf 2. Pony trot : H. Lieketott 1, J. Pearce 2, J. D. Gay 3. DAIP.Y CATIXE (Judge?, Shorthorns and llla warra* Mr. W. M. Chares, Jcrseya end Ayr>hires Mr. A. Moles).—Milking Shorthorn bull : R. W. Grabfttn*? Migiu Charta 1. W. Boxsell'a Peter of Morayfield 2. Bull, 1 year : W. Boxsell's Red Pfter. Bull calf, R, W. Graham 1, A. N. Webster 2, D. Emsby h.c. Shorthorn cow : R. W. Oraham's Model 1, A. N. Webster's Bnipres* 2. Cow, 2 year*, dry : O. Pitta's Vc*a 1, R. Graham's R. S. G. 2. Heifer, 1 year : R. Graham's Echo 1. 11. O. Rees's Mny 2. He'fer ralf : O. Pitta's Pearl 1, R. Graham 2. Farmers' ftroup : R. Graham. Champion Shorthorn bull : 11. Graham's Mapna Charta. Champion Shorthorn cow : R. Graham's Model. Aynhire bull, 2 yp.-.rs r Hunt Bros. 1 and champic/n. Ayrshire cow, in milk : A. Goeth 1 and champion. Hunt Bros. 3. Jersey bull, C. Vierity'a Dairy Kmjr 1, 11. Kuskopf's Gypsy's Angler 2. Bull, 1 years : F. Bur'on. Bull. 1 year: P. Horafall 1, W. Shrotcn 2. Bull calf : C. Vierity. Jersey cow, in milk : J. T. Tiwel 1, W. D. Sherston 2. Cow. dry : G. Slatlcry 1 rind 2. Heifer : W. Shertton 1, A. J. Keogh 2. Heifer calf : D. Horsfall 1, A. J. Keojrh 2. Champion Jersey bull ; O. Viei Sty's Dairy Kirg. Cliampion Jersey cow r G. P. Slattery. lllawarra bull : W. Box eell's Petpr of Morayfield 1, Hunt Bros.? Lavender S. lllawarra cw. in milk : A. H. Webster's Donah 1, Hunt BroV Beauty 2, A. 11. Ooeth's Fanny 3. lllawarra ccw, dry : Chaa. Pitta's Honeysuckle 1, A. N. Webster's Honey 2. Ilia warn Lull, 2 years : H. O. Rets. Cow, 2 wars, dry : A. N. Webster's Lady Edna 1, R. Grateim 2. Heifer, 1 year ; Hunt Bros.' little 1, A. N. Webster's Lady Ettie 2. Heifer calf : 0. Pitts 1, A. N. Webster 2. niawarru group : A. N. Webster" 1, C. Pitts 2. Champion lllawarra ccw :A. N. Webster. Reserve champion :0. Pitts. Crand champion bull, any breed : Huns Hnv-.' Lavcndtr. R«erve champion : W. Box sell's Peter of Morayfield. Grand champion cow : A. N. Webster's Donah. Reserve champion: It. Or.ihnm's Mtfel. Bvll and two of progeny : A. N. Webster. Bull and cow of one breed : A. N. Webster 1, Hunt Bros. 2. Best dairy cow I hunt Bros. Dairy heifer : A. N. Webster. Dairy cow, owner of which hi* never won a prizo : O. P. Slattery. POULTRY (Judge, Mr. J. Beard).— Plymouth Rock cock : Miss E. Bruhn 1, W. E. Smailey 2. Cockerel : Mrs. W. D. Sherston 1, Mias E. BruHn 2. Hen : W. E. Smallcy 1, T. Davey 2. Pullet : T. Davey 1, Mrs. Sherston 8. Game cock : A. Winterford 1, T. Davey 2. Cockerel t J. Cooke. Hen : J. H. Cooke 1, T. Davey 2. Pullet : 0. Cooke 1, W. Kreba, 2. Golden Wyandotte cock, also cockerel : W. Smalley, Hen : Mrs. E. Hockey 1, W. Smalley 2. Pullet : W. Smalley 1, A, Stephens 2. Bilver Wyandotte cock : T. Davey 1, Mrs. Hocker 2. Hen: W. Smalley 1, T. Davey 2. Pullet : W. Grimes 1, J. O'Brien 2. White Wyandotte cockerel : Mr?. Hockey 1 and 2. Pullet : Mrs. Hockey 1, T. Davey 8. Buff OrpWnfrton : T. Davey 1, T. Longden 2. Cockerel : J. M'Kinnon 1, and 2. Hen :J. M'Kinnon 1, T. Davry 2. Pullet : J. M'Kinnon 1, T. Davey 2. Brack Orphington, cock : Mrs. M. Simpson 1, W. Smalley 2. Cockerel : W. Smalley 1, T. Dsvey. Hen : W. Bmalley 1, W. Petersen 2. Pullet : H. E. Lowe 1, T. Davey 2. White leghorn cock : A. Astill 1, Mrs. Shers ton 2. Cockerel : A. Astill 1, C. Rogers S. Hen : A. Astill 1, W. J. Canon 2. Pullet : A. Astill 1, W. J. Cannon 2. Brown Leghorn cock : 1m Collings. Cockerel : J. M'Kinnon 1, Miss B. Bruhn 2. Hen : L. Collings 1, T. Davey 2. Pullet : Mrs. E. Hockey 1, Miss Bruhn 2. Spanish Cockerel, also pullet: H. E. Lowe. Minorca, cockerel and pullet : Miss Bruhn. Indian Runner, drake : T. Davey 1, J. Dobson 2. Drake, any variety : T. Davey. In dian Runner duck : W. Grimes 1, J. Dobson 8. Any other variety duck : T. Davey : Muscovy drake, also duck : Maggie Page. Turkey gob bler : Mrs. T. C. Wakeham 1, F. Broomfield 2. Turkey hen : F. Broomfield. Champion cock in show : A. Astill. Reserve champion : Mm. Sherston. Champion hen : A. Astill. Bantam cock : F. Broomfield. DOGS (Judge, Mr. J. Beard).—Greyhound slat: T. Wilkinson. Pointer dog: C. J. Wright. Fox terrier dog : G. and N. Webster 1, J. M'Kin non 2. Fox terrier slut : A. S. Bates 1, R. Ainsworth 2. Collie dog: P. G. Pinkerton ], J. J. Tyrrell 2. Collie slut: P. S. Couven 1 and 2. Cattle dog: J. Mason 1, W. O. Thompson 2. Cattle elut: J. Brockhurst I, A. E. Winterford 2. Cocker spaniel dog : E. R. WsJnwright 1, G. A. Hcinricks 2. Bull slut : M. Cirbury. Mastiff: S. C. Kelly. nHJIT (Judge, Mr. A. B. Skene).—Ten cases orange j : W. H. Harvey. Common oranges: W. H. Harvey 1, C. Cottercll 2. Valetrtia late oranges: W. H. Guy 1, W. Weber 2. Two cases Valentia late oranges: C. Cotterell 1, W. H. Harvey 2. Twelve St. Michael oranges: W. H. Harvey. Mediterranean sweet oranges: C. Cot terell 1, W. H. Harvey 2. Sabina oranges: W. H. Harvey 1, G. J. Butt 2. Jaffa, oranges: G. J. Butt. Maltese oral oranges: W. H. Harvey. Washington naval orages: C. Cotterell 1, W. H. Harvey 2. Any other variety oranges: W. 11. Harvey l, J. J. Butt 2. Emperor of Canton mandarins: O. J. Butt 1, W. H. Harvey 2. Two cases superior mandarins: W. H. Harvey. Scar let mandarins: G. J. Butt 1, W. H. Harvey 2. Thorncy mandarins: 11. Reed 1, G. J. Butt 2. Glen Retreat mandarins: C. Cotterell 1, G. J. Butt 2. Two cases Glen Retreats: W. H. Harvey 1, O. J. BuU 2. Mandarins, any variety: W. H. Harvey 1, W. Weber 2. Trophy of mandarins: G. J. Butt. Seville oranges: W. H. Harvey 1, A. L. Musgrare 2. Lisbon lemons: G. J. Butt 1, A. E. Winterford & Valla Franc* lemons i O. J, Butt Is
0. Cottrell 2. Rough lemons, also collection lemons : 0. J. Butt. Limes : W. H. Harvey. Comquats : O. Cottrell. Collection citrus fruits t W. H. Harvey. Cavendish bananas : G. Pitman 1. W. H. Guy 2. Sugar bananas : H. Short. Collection bananas : G. F. Nicklin. Smooth leaf pineapples : Thos. Smith 1, J. Mayers 2. Heaviest smooth pine : J. Mayers 1, Thos. Smith 2. Trophy of pines : Thcs. Smith 1, J. Pitman 2. Pineapples for export : J. Pitman 1, O. Garrard 2. Cape gooseberries : Mi« B. Bruhn 1, E. N. Webster 2. Papaws . O. F. Nieklin 1, W, Weber 2. Anetta strawberries : W.- Webber. Passion fruit : W. Webber. Coffee cherry, coffee parch ment, and preen coffee : All W. H. Guy. ExM bitoM taking most prizes in citnis fruita : W. H. Harvey. Twelve washing navel oranges W. H. Harvey 1, C. Cottrell 2. Collection citrus : 0. J. Butt. FARM PRODUCE (Judpe, Mr. Andrew Brfl).— Toilow maise: O. Bert 1. O. F. Ernst 2. Goden Kirg? maize t A. Hunt. White maize : O. F. F.rnst 1, J. A. Somervillo 2. Best variety niuize : J. M. Law 1. C. F. Enwt 2. Twelve cobs maize : G. BeMt 1, F. E. Probert 2. Col lection of maize in cob : C. F. Ern«t. Blueskln I>e4atoe3 : H. Pickering. Brownell Beauty pota toes : A. M'Ginn 1, R. Sima 2. Up-to-dute potx toes : P. Petersen 1, H. Pickering 2. Collection potatoes : H. Pickering. Collection EnprVsh jiolntow t H. Pickering 1, R. Sima 2. Sweet potatoes: C. F. Ernut. Collection sweet potatoes: C. F. Err*t 1, R. Nichols 2. Swedes : A. M'Gim. rejection pumpkins ! J. M'Kinnon 1, E. Ffcchor 8. Heaviest pumpkin : D. 0. Horsfall 1, Mars. J. P. I owe 2. Lucerne chaff : J. M. Law. Frailaee : J. C. Hareall. Cattle cane : J. M. Law. Green fodder : J. M. Law 1, W. E. Pnpe 2. Pa;palum dilaltaium : L. R. Oox. Rhode* irrars : T.. R. Cox Table pumpkins :J. M'Kinnoi 1 ard 2. Stai lenv>n maize : J. Ljw. BUOARCANF. (lu-lge, Mr. J. Grcuthead).— Col lection sugarcane : E. Fischer 1, C. X Vierity 2. Twelve canes, any variety t P. Probert. Twelve wnllu ctond-over cane : 0. P. Vieritv 1, R. Nichols 2. Twelve canes, under VI months : W. E. F-.ana 1, R. Nichols 2. Stool of enne : C. F. Verity. C DISTRICT EXHIBIT.—BIi Bit, 265) points, 1 ; Maroochy River (Yandina), 208 poiit*. 2. NOVICE LW CHOP.—H. Fritz, jun. (lleec), I ; N. English (lOsec.). 2. NAMBOUR, July 25- The gate receipts for the show to-day totalled £80, and the attendance was a little over 2000. Considerable discussion arose among cattle men with regard to the judging in the grand champion bull class. Mr. Charles placed Peter of Morayfield first, and Lavender second, in the aged lllawarra class, and both of them came out, with others, to compete for the grand champion dairy bull. Mr. Charles and Mr. Moles collaborated in judging, and worked on the point system. Their award gave the purple ribbon to Lavender by hajjUsr point from Peter of Morayfield. --•'•. \'\ An interesting exhibit from Palm(Bobdi showed soils and their produce. There,waa a box of red soil, and above it pi^eappleV ranging up to lljlb. in weight, grown on it. There was chocolate soil and the Vegp« tables it raised, and black soil and inoia). The display was educational. ""*• ■. The milking contest brought out four competitors, and the decision of the judges in making Mr. A. N. Webster's lllawarra cow, Donah, grand champion of the show, Was supported by the bucket. In the two milkings Donah yielded 28K>. of milk of 3.4 test, equal to 0951b. commercial butter per day, and won both quantity of milk and butter fat awards. The other places were, A. H. Goethg 171b. milk of 4 teat, and 0. F. Vierity, 181b. milk of 3.4 test. ADDITIONAL AWARDS. HORSES 'Judge, Mr. J. Tait).—Trotting con test : W. Burton's Donally 1, R. Baker, Jun., 2, H. Liekefelt 3. Tandem team: Clem Hassull. Boys' pony, under 12 hnds : C. P. Prentis 1, C. F. Ernst 2, J. D. Gray S. Pair of hones, driven by a lady : W. Whalley 1, W. D. Henton 2. Girl rider, under 12 : Mary Lowe. Pair of bugjry hones : W. Whalley 1, J. O. Hassail 2. Draught mare, with foal at foot : J. Cuppl.s. Champion draught marc: Clydesdale stallion and dray horse: All P. Enffltxb. Pair waggon horses: C. Rose 1, A. H. Goeths 2. Pair active farm horses : C. Rose 1, T. Davey 2. Champion coaching marc t A.; H. Goeths. Trotting stallion : W. Burton. Trotting imt : A. H. Goetli* 1, G. B. Dane-.; i. Champion trotter : J. P. M'Guire. Cob stallion: G. H. Robbips. Cob mare or gelding : G. B. Dance 1, iKgar and Wilkinson 2. Champion blood stallion : G. F. Stafford. Champion blood mare : R. fieattic. Champion pony stallion : A. Neville. Chumpion pony mare : R. Boattir*. Maiden Ust. hackney : A. H. Goeths 1 and 2. District hack, up to Ust : A. 11. Goeths 1 and 1 Mniden list. hack : R. Bcattte 1, J. Murphy «. District list, hack: fcirar and Wilkinson 1, R- Beattfe 2. Pair of lacks : A. J. Fteher 1, R. Beattie 2. Champion hackney : W. H. Cameron's Specu lator. Walking horse : J. Murphy 1, R. Beattie end J. T. Turner, equal, 2. Galloway hack: 0. Stanley 1, G. B. Dance 2. Pony trot : H. lielcefett 1, J. Pearce 2. Galloway in sulky, G. B. Dance. Boy rider,.under 11 years : Harry Lowe 1, £. Willersoorf 2. Sulky turnouts : A. H. Ooeihs 1, J. T. M'Guiie 2. Bingle harness horse : J. Murphy 1, A. H. Goeths 2. Boy rider, under 14 : Harry Lowe 1, Percy Kelly 2. Lsdy rider astride : Miss Alma Mullen 1, Mis* C. Goeths 2. High Jump : W. H. Cameron's Mtilga Bill and Speculator divided at 0 feet. Hunter's plate : O. B. Dance's Silver 1, W. H. Cameron's SpecuHtor 2. Pony high jump : A. T. Heasfon 1, J. Beattie 2. District hunters' cup : R. Beattie 1, F. R. Brudin 2. Family turnout : A. H. Oocths' team. Four hones, driven in a coach : J. 0. Hasaell. Bareback hunt : W. H. Cameron's Speculation 1, Stanley's Tommy 2. Time handicap trot : J. Reardon 1. Harry Picker ing 2. Buggy horse, driven : A. H. Goeths 1, J. Murphy 2. Mare or gelding, Vi hands or imdflr, ridden by a girl under 12 years : C. F. Ernst 1, C. P. Prentls 2. ,
At the North Pine Show on Saturday the senior wood chopping contest created keen interest. G. F. Topp was the win ner by lsec. from A. W. MTfevin, with J. Schmidt third. Thi time of the winner was lmin. SOsec. WAS A COMPLETE CRIPPLE. Mr. Charles Lincoln, of Richmond, Tas., was a complete cripple with muscular rheumatism, and could not get about. He started using Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and after a few applications the pains were easier, and soon left hhn altogther. He is now well, is 52 yean of age, and earning his living as a general labourer. We hope that sufferers from rheumatism will not need further evidence in regard to' this liniment.* m