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  • Date is exactly "1899"
RDS_proc_135_1898_1899_members.pdf
Alphabetical list of annual members of the RDS with the years of their admission. Members of the Royal Agricultural Society of Ireland who became members of the Royal Dublin Society, under the amalgamation agreement of March 22, 1888. Temporary…
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Photographic print of the RDS Spring Show cattle classes 1899
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Owner Laurence F. Ball, Dowdstown, Maynooth. Black, bred by exhibitor. Winner of First prize in Class 34, (Out-fed heifer, naturally polled, not exceding 4 years, entry 443) and Cup presented by W. P. Delaney.
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Calved, July 1896. Owner John Francis Ternan, Green Hills, Drogheda. Crossbred shorthorn, red and white. Winner of first prize in Class 33 (Heifer, Horned or Artificially Polled, not exceeding
4 years, entry 428)
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Talana Hill, calved February 24th, 1897, owner The Rf. Hon. Viscount Duncannon, C. B. Bssborough Park, Piltown, co. Kilkenny. Winner of First prize in Class 26 (Natural polled ox, over 2 years, 8 months and not exceeding 4 years, entry 320)
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Lucan Tom Tit, calved July 1897, black. Owner and breeder R. G. Nash, Finnstown House, Lucan. Winner of First prize in Class 16 (In-fed artificially shelter or out-fed, Oxof the Dexter breed, or type, entry 165) and Farmers Gazette Cup.
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Lucan Prince II. Onwer and breeder R. G. Nash, Finnstown House, Lucan. Black, about 2 years and 5 months. Winner of First prize in Class 14 (In-fed artificially shelter or out-fed, Ox of the Kerry breed or type, entry 138)
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Lucan Dairy. Angus, black, about 5 years old. Owner and breeder R. G. Nash, Finnstown House, Lucan. Winner of First prize in Class 13 (Cow, entry 131)
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Royal Vanity. Owner Miss Staples, Dunmore, Durrow. Breeder Mrs Staples. Shorthorn angus, black. Winner of First prize in Class 11 (Natural polled heifer, entry 104) and Championship Cup presented by His Excellency The Lord Lieutenant for the best…
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Crossbred Aberdeen Angus and shorthorn, roan. Owner & breeder H D'E. Stevens, Castle Coote, Roscommon. Winner of First prize in Class 10 (Naturaly pooled heifer, entry 99) and special prize of £5. Presented by Ganly Sons & Co. for the best infed…
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Crossbred Aberdeen angus, black. Owner H. D'E. Stevens, Castle Coote, Roscommon. Winner of 2nd Prize in Class 7 (Naturally polled ox, entry 66) and Silver Cup presentated by Waterhouse & Co. Also special prize of £5 presented by Ganly Sons & Co. for…
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Curraghmore No Finished. Shorthorn, roan, calved 2nd May, 1898. Owner The Marquis of Waterford. Winner of First prize in Class 6 (Horned or artificially polled heifer, entry 51) and special prize of £5 presented by Paul & Vincent for the best animal…
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Rex, calved 23rd January, 1897. Shorthorn angus, blue grey. Owner Miss Staples, Dunmore, Durrow. Breeder Mrs Staples. Winner of First prize in Class 1, In-fed cattle, entry 1, and Champion Cup presented by His Excellency The Lord Lieutenant for the…
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Irelands Best, owner and breeder John Hegarty, Maghereagh, Castlefin. Bay, height 15-2 hands, bone 7 5/8. Class 19, one year old colts, entry 1055. Winner of the Pembroke cup, value 100 sovereigns.
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Sportsman, owner Capt. Nickalls, Ballincollig, Co Cork, 3 years old, black, bred in Co. Kerry. Winner of first prize in class 16, three-years-old geldings, entry 1025height 16-1 1/4 hands, girth 6th 2in, bone 8 5/8
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Bay gelding, owner T. J. Studdert, Grennanstown, Athboy. 4 years old, bred in Co. Clare. Winner of First prize £25 in class 14, Four-years-old Mares or Geldings, entry 827, height 16 hands.
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