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NORTH CARDIGANSHIRE AGRICUL- TURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the executive committee of this institution was held at the Town Hall on Monday afternoon, under the presidency of Mr Morris Davies, Ffosrhydgaled. There were also present- Mr Vaughan Davies, Tarybwlch; Mr W B Powell, Nanteos; Capt Cosens, Bronpadarn Mr R. Gillart, Machynlleth Mr Silvanus Lewis, Nanteos Mr Lewis Williams, Abermnide Mr John Roberts, Lion Hotel; Mr A. J. Grove, saddler Mr Jenkin Jenkins, Blaenplwyf; Mr W. Hughes, Love?grove Mr Evan Jones, Nantsiriol Mr Evan Richards, Pennwcb; Mr E. Jones, Elgar; and Mr W. Morgan, secretary. A suggestion was made that regulation 5, which provides that exhibitors in entering their animals must elect, the class in which they desire to exhibit," should be so altered as to prevent any animal com- peting for more than one prize, foals excepted but Mr Jones, Elgar, objected, on the ground that no new rule could be made except in special meeting. The objection was held to be valid, and the secre- tary was directed to call a special meeting to consider regulations 1, 3, 5, 8, and 24 The consideration of the prize list was next proceeded with, when the president said that the society must be economical, because be was sorry to have to say that they had lost one subscriber through death-a gentleman who had stood by the society from iti commencement, and another of their best subseiibtrs had reduced his subscription from £10 10s to £ 2 2s. Mr John Roberts proposed that the prizes should be the same as last year. Mr Edward Jones, Elgar, seconded the proposition. The President announced that Mr W. Davies, of London, had offered the society an extra prize of £5 5s for the best Cardiganshire cob; Mr Dd Ellis, Pencomminp, Llangwyryfon, offered the society prizes of 30s and 20a for the best year- ling colt or filly, got by the exhibitor's own horse. It was agreed that the Cardiganshire cob should be 14'3 hands high. Mr Gibson offered a prise of £ 1 Is, and Mr Grove a second prize of 10s for the best working sheep dog, the property of tenant farmers. A discussion ensued as to the advisability of engaging new judges tor this year, in lieu of those who have attended tor so many years past, and while there was no desire to in any way reflect upon those who had done the work so satisfactorily hitherto, a change was agreed upon, and the following gentle- men were selected :—Butter, Mr John Thomas horses, Mr Owen, Lledwigain, and Mr Thomas, Glanynys, farmer; pure bred sheep, &c., Mr Thomas Williams, Stalloe, Mont., and Mr Duncan, Brynog; Welsh cattle and sheep, Mr John Williams, Gwetn- befin, and Mr Smith, Brecon; poultry, Mr Phelps and Major Williams; dogs, Mr Williams and Mr Smith. With the permission of the Corporation, it was decided to hold the show in the Corporation field, Smithfield-road, on the 17th September next.

ABERYSTWYTH BOARD OF GUARDIANS-

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