WOODVILLE New Zealand A & P SHOW - February 1906
From the WANGANUI HERALD 14th February 1906
WOODVILLE A. and P. SHOW
- WOODVILLE, February 14
The weather is very treatening, but the attendance promises to be good. The exhibits number 1045, which is about 20 less than last year. Up to mid-day there were only a few sections judged.
- In crossbreds (sheep) W.H. NELSON secured most of the prizes
- In the fat sheep classes the prize-winners were:
O'CONNOR and HARRIS (Napier), W.H. NELSON, J.B. VEALE
- In pigs C. CAMMOCK (Kiritaka) got first and champion for Berkshire boar and SLACK BROS same honours for sow in same class. CAMMOCK also got first and champion for Tamworth boar and J.B. VEALE same for sow
- In Yorkshire class E. WHITE (Palmerston) got both championships
The judge complimented the Association on the splendid entry of pigs and said they reflected great credit on the country.
- In Ayrshires C. WOODLEY (Palmerston) won all the prizes and the championship
- In Romney Marsh, R. TANNER (Longburn) and A. HARDING (Siberia) divided the honours, but the former got both Champioships and most of the points prizes
- W. RAYNER (Masterton) took all the prizes and championships in Shropshire Downs and S.R. LANCASTER scooped the pool in the Southdown classes