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  2. The ROYAL EASTER SHOW CROWDS INCREASE.

    The crowds at the Royal Show aro increasing. ThE pilgrimage to Moore Park has unml akably set in, and yesterday thousands, where on Monday there were only tens, ...

    Article : 523 words
  3. MACHINERY.

    The last recalcitrant nut had been screwed up by midday yesterday, and in the afternoon practically the whole of the motion machinery on the ground was hard at work. Smart little ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 864 words
  4. PIGS.

    The number of exhibits was not equal to those ot 1918, but the average quality was suporior. There were good entries from New South Wales, Queensland, and Victoria, and ...

    Article : 1,184 words
  5. HORSES.

    That the horse still holds the affection of the people, even amongst those who have no use for him, was demonstrated by the large attendance around the ring while the judging ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 2,934 words
  6. FRUIT.

    Almost the first thing to catch the eye on entering the Agricultural Hall is the line of pyramids built up of apples competing in the section for district collections. These ...

    Article : 432 words
  7. THE ATTENDANCE.

    The number of people who attepded the show yesterday was stated last night to be 13,250, representing £378 in takings. This ia regarded as an auspicious beginning, ...

    Article : 54 words
  8. FEDERAL DISTRICT EXHIBITS.

    The district exhibits were judged yesterday, the task occupying till late in the afternoon. The display made by the North Coast and northern tablelands combined gained the ...

    Article : 278 words
  9. BAYARD.

    Bayard, the handsome blood bay hack-which is to be ridden by the Prince ot Wales durign his visit to New South Wales and victoria, was a competitor among the 10st hacks and lady's ...

    Article : 562 words
  10. DAIRY PRODUCE.

    The extent, of the dairying industry is reflected by the number of entries that have been received from the different" butter factories on the coast and tablelands, and from ...

    Article : 441 words
  11. NORTH COAST AND TABLELANDS.

    The North Coast and Tableland court was in ship-shape order yesterday in readiness for judging. It was only then that the full effect of the magnificent collection was obtained. ...

    Article : 868 words
  12. VEGETABLES.

    Vegetables made a fine display, especially potatoes. The samples on view were of excellent quality and size, the competition being exceedingly keen in all classes. Mr. J. ...

    Article : 248 words
  13. WHEAT.

    Awards in the wheat section were not made known yesterday, but it is expected that they will be available early to-day. Exhibits were opened up yesterday, and ...

    Article : 358 words
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