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Crossbred Aberdeen Angus, black and white, bred by exhibitor and owner H. Tunstall-Moore, Stedalt, Balbriggan. Winner of first prize in Class 33, Heifer, naturally polled, not exceeding 4 years, entry 505.
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Jack Darcey, Shorthorn cross, roan, calved December, 1897. Owner John Bradley, Dreminstown, Rathkenny, slane, Co. Meath. Winner of first prize in Class 30, Horned or artificially polled, not exceeding 4 years, entry 382.
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Aberdeen Angus Cross, black, owner Joseph Lowry, Bachelor's Lodge, Navan. Winner of first prize in Class 29, Natural polled heifer, 2 years 8 months and under, entry 373.
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Horned Heifer, Hereford and Angus Cross, black, white face. Owner James N. Hone, Ballymacad, Oldcastle, Co. Meath. Winner of first prize in Class 25, Horned or artificially polled heifer, 2 years 8 months and under, entry 316.
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Not Too Bad, Aberdeen Angus cross and common cow, black, calved April 20, 1899, bred by owner and exhibitor The Right Hon. Viscount De Vesci, Abeyleix, Queen's County. Winner of first prize in Class 12, , natural polled heifer, 2 years and under,…
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Bridal Vigour, half Shorthorn, half Aberdeen Angus, blue grey, calved April 29, 1898. Owner Miss Staples, Dunmore, Durrow. Winner of first prize in Class 11, Natural polled heifer over 2 years, and not exceeding 2 years 8 months, entry 93.
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Aberdeen Angus Cross, blue grey, bred by owner and exhibitor Joseph Lowry. Winner of first prize in Class 10, In-fed, natural polled heifer, over 2 years 8 months, and not exceeding 3 years, entry 90.
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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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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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Julia 3rd, red with white face, calved February 27, 1898, owner and breeder William Henry Davies, Livers Ocle, Hereford. Winner of 1st prize in Class 15, Hereford cows, entry 387.
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Ladysmith, red with white face, calved January 2, 1899, owner and breeder Richard Green. Winner of 1st prize in Class 14, Hereford heifer, entry 378.
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Duke of York
Duke of York, red, white face; calved May 2, 1895; bred by Captain W. J. Hamilton, Castle Hamilton, Killesbandra. Owner G. N. Purdon, Lisnabin, Killucan. Winner of 1st prize in Class 13, Hereford bull, entry 369 and winner of Challenge cup.
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Sultan, owner and exhibitor Major John Alexander, Milford, Co. Carlow. Winner of First Prize in Class 5, Shorthorn bull, entry 264.
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Royal Duke
Royal Duke, roan, calved March 17, 1898; bred by exhibitor. Owner Her Majesty the Queen, The Prince Consort's Shaw Farm, Windsor. Winner of First Prize in Class 3, Shorthorn bull, entry 171. Winner of Champion Silver Medal for the best bull in…
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Stamp of Riches
Stamp of Riches, roan, calved May 22, 1899; bred by Rev. James Nelson, Tyholland Rectory, Monaghan. Owner William Armstrong, Gally House, Enniscorthy. Winner of second prize in Class 2, Shorthorn bull, entry 119. Winner of the Shorthorn Society's…
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Franklin
Franklin. Roan, calved April 3, 1899, bred by John Wilson, Pirriesmill, Huntly, N. B. Winner of 1st prize in Class 2, Shorthorn bulls, entry 135 and winner of the Phoenix Challenge cup and Silver medal. Owner Mrs Staples.
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Talana Hill
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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Bridal Vanity
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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Class 10 Winter Show
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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Class 7 Winter Show
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
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

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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