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  2. SHEEPDOG TRIALS.

    The annual sheepdog trials in connection With the Sheepbreeders' Show were worked off at the Agricultural Society's grounds last "Week. The 21 competitors entered in the ...

    Article : 2,371 words
  3. WINNING STUDS.

    A most notable performance was the record obtained by Rouse Bros., of Biraganbil, Mudgee, and as far as the Sydney show is concerned they have come to the front in a meritorious ...

    Article : 467 words
  4. GLENCO[?] ROMNEY STUD.

    The Glencot stud was founded in 1898, and registered as flock No. 5, vol. 1, A.L.S.B. Association. It now consists of about 400 registered Ronmeys. Since founding ewes have ...

    Article : 189 words
  5. THE IVY BANK LINCOLNS.

    The Lincolns as a variety of sheep suited from mutton are generally recognised, either as a breed or crossed with merinos or other breeds. Mr. John Coote, jun., of Ivy Grove ...

    Article : 143 words
  6. SOME INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITS.

    One of the conspicuous features of the W. Jno. Baker exhibit was the double hollow ground Red Tang sheep shears. These are made by the skilled artisans of Sheffield, and ...

    Article : 104 words
  7. ROYAL MANUFACTURES.

    The Australasian Sheep Dip Company, Limited, of 18 Bridge-street, Sydney, made an admirable display of their manufactures. This company offers six different preparations to ...

    Article : 129 words
  8. THE YARRAN STUD, NARROMINE.

    Another breeder well to the fore was Mr. R. Carter, of Yarran, Narromine. His sheep are typical westerners, of the kind that can stand the vicissitudes which sometimes have ...

    Article : 305 words
  9. THE "HOLSMAN" MOTOR BUGGY.

    An exhibit which attracted unusual attention was the "Holsman" motor buggy. A considerable number of these buggies have already been sold in New South Wales, and are ...

    Article : 138 words
  10. KOERSTZ PATENT WOOL, PRESS.

    For upwards of 20 years the Koerstz patent wool press has been on the market, and there are to-day over 10,000 of them in use in the Commonwealth and New Zealand. These ...

    Article : 124 words
  11. PELRYN VALE. WINGEN.

    Mr. P. Mullens, of Pelryn Vale, Wingen, was the biggest winner in the farmers' classes, and he obtained a number of prizes, including the prize presented by the proprietors of the ...

    Article : 127 words
  12. MORRIS, LITTLE. AND SON. LIMITED.

    This firm had an attractive display of their well-known powder and fluid sheep dips and phenyle disinfectants. Little's Fluid Dip is an excellent dressing for foot-rot cure, and ...

    Article : 103 words
  13. BRUCEDALE, BATHURST.

    Another prominent exhibitor was Mr. H. C. Suttor, Brucedale, Bathurst, who was prominent in the prize list. This stud penned a fine lot of sheep, and did, well, considering the ...

    Article : 56 words
  14. HARBEN VALE.

    Harben Vale stud, Blandford, was well to the fore again this year. Indeed, the success scored was due largely, to those characteristics for which Mr. R. W. White's sheep are ...

    Article : 236 words
  15. HUNTLEIGH ROMNEY MARSH STUD.

    As usual, Mr. S. S. Hunt, of Huntleigh, Evan's Plains, was conspicuous in the Romney Marsh section, and obtained the championship in ewes in this section. At the Royal Show in ...

    Article : 195 words
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