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  • Subject is exactly "Cattle. Breeding. Ireland"
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Prince Ito, Aberdeen angus and Shorthorn cross, blue grey, calved March 20, 1899, bred by owner and exhibitor The Right Hon. Viscount De Vesci, Abbeyleix, Queen's Co. Winner of first prize in Class 9, In-fed, natural polled ox, entry 76.
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Robin Grand, three-quarter shorthorn, one-quarter Aberdeen Angus, black, calved April 17, 1898, bred by exhibitor and owner Miss Staples, Dunmore, Durrow. Winner of first prize in Class 8, Natural polled ox, over 2 years, and not exceeding 2 years 8…
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Curraghmore No Lust, polled angus, black, calved January 26, 1898, bred by Marquis of Waterford, Curraghmore, Portlaw, Co. Waterford. Winner of first prize in Class 7, Natural polled ox, over 2 years 8 months and not exceeding 3 years, entry 49.
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Lucan's Pride, Shorthorn Cross, red and white, 2 years 4 months, bred by exhibitor and owner R. G. Nash. Winner of first prize in Class 5, Horned or Artificially polled heifer, over 2 years and not exceeding 2 years 8 months, entry 34.
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Horned Ox, three-quarter Shorthorn, quarter Aberdeen Angus, blue grey, calved January 20, 1899, bred by owner and exhibitor Miss Sytaples, Dunmore, Durrow. Winner of first prize in Class 3, Horned or artificially polled ox, 2 years and under, entry…
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Little Pet, (Dexter Shorthorn), red and white, calved February 14, 1897, bred by late Major H. L. Barton, Straffan House, Straffan Station. Winner of First Prize, silver medal in Class 57, Cow or heifer, of any other breed not in foregoing Classes,…
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Pride of the Dairy, roan, 5 years old. Owner and exhibitor James Tutty, 12 Lower Baggot-Street, and Raheen, Clondalkin, Co. Dublin. Winner of First prize in Class 55 Pure-Bred or Cross-bred cow, entry 767.
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Fairy Lass, white, calved February 10, 1898, bred by exhibitor M. O'Neill, Milltown, Dublin. Winner of First Prize in Class 54, Pure bred or cross-bred heifer, entry 762.
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Rhine the 2nd, Fawn, calved April 2, 1897, bred by C. F. Renouf Jersey. Owner and exhibitor Vere Ward Brown, Balnagowan, Upper Rathmines. Winner of First prize in Class 52, Jersey Cow, entry 748.
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Aicme Check, black, calved March, 1894. Owner Richard Barter, St. Ann's Hill. Winner of First prize in Class 46, Dexter cow, entry 694. Winner of the "Blythwood" Challenge Bowl.
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Aicme Carlow, owner Richard Barter, St. Anne's Hill, Cork. Winner of first prize in Class 42, Dexter bull calved in 1898, entry 659.
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Grennah Flora, black, calved in 1891. Owner the Duke of Leinster, Carton, Maynooth. Winner of first prize in class 40, Kerry cow, entry 655 and winner of the Phoenix Oil Mill Company Challenge Cup, value 70 Guineas.
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Lucan Rose, Ayrshire Cow, calved prior to 1897, white and brown, claved May 25, 1894, bred by Vere Ward Brown, Balnagowan, Co. Dublin. Owner and exhibitor R. G. Nash, Finnstown House, Lucan. Winner of first prize in Class 34, Ayrshire cow, entry 607.
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Prince Charlie, White and brown, calved April, 1897, bred by James Symington, Sanquhar, Scotland. Owner and exhibitor William R. Cresswell, Jersey Dairy, Stag Hall, Belfast. Winner of first prize in Class 32, Ayrshire Bull, of any age, entry 603.
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Dainty of Ballyboley, black ; calved May 13, 1899 ; bred by Exhibitor R. I. Calwell, winner of first prize in Class 31, Galloway Heifer, entry 600.
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Baron Inca, calved January 3, 1896, bred by exhibitor Edward Coey, Droagh, Larne. Winner of 1st prize in Class 21, Aberdeen Angus Bulls, entry 528. Winner of Aberdeen Angus gold medal and winner of The "Owen" Aberdeen-Angus Challenge Cup, value £50.
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