- Fenelon Falls Gazette, 2 Oct 1880, p. 2, column 2-4
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Apparently, the Fenelon Agricultural Society has in some way offended the Clerk of the Weather, as he did his best to spoil their show in this village on Tuesday last; but was only partially successful, for in spite of mud, wind and rain the exhibition was a very fair one; though of course the entries were far less numerous than they would have been under more propitious circumstances. The out-door department suffered the worst, there being but few cattle, horses, sheep or pigs upon the ground; but in the last two classes quality made up for deficiency in numbers, the sheep and swine that took the prizes being remarkably good. At the usual spot on the south side of the field Messrs. Robson & Robson, of the Cameron Lake Foundry, had about half a dozen agricultural implements, which were much admired, especially an improved fanning mill, which all who examined it pronounced much superior to the old kind, though it is very little dearer. Upon the "indoor department," which this year was in Ingram's hall, the weather had a less injurious effect, and there was a capital display, not only of grain, roots, fruit, vegetables, dairy produce, &e., but of useful and ornamental articles of domestic manufacture, many of which showed a marked improvement upon any we remember having seen exhibited at previous shows. A set of blacksmiths' hammers and other small tools made by Mr. Burley, and some leather and mats tanned by Mr. Fielding, attracted a good deal of attention, one calf skin in particular being pronounced equal to the best "French calf" by compentent judges. The following is the
Class A--Agricultural Horses. Span of mares or geldings: 1st prize, W. H. Copp; 2nd, John Littleton. Brood mare and foal: 1st, John Cullis; 2nd, John Graham. Foal: 1st, R. C. Webster; 2nd, Francis Fyke. Two years old gelding or filly: 1st, Arch'd Mitchell; 2nd, Daniel Perry. Yearling colt: 1st, Archibald Mitchell.
Class B--Carriage Horses. Span of mares or geldings: 1st, John Cooper; 2nd, Robert McKee. Brood mare and foal: 1st, John Cullis; 2nd, Walter Stephenson. Two years old gelding or filly: 1st, John Cullis; 2nd, W. Hunter. Yearling Colt: 1st, John Cullis; 2nd, Thomas Swift. Single horse in harness: 1st, Isaac G. Moynes; 2nd, John Brandon.
Class C--Durham Cattle: Bull: 1st, John Cullis. Yearling bull: 1st, John Graham. Cow in calf or milking: 1st, W. Hunter; 2nd, John Cullis. Two years old heifer: 1st, John Cullis. Bull calf: 1st, John Copp. Heifer calf: 1st & 2nd, John Cullis.
Class D--Devon Cattle. None.
Class E--Grades or Natives. Cow in calf or milking: 1st, W. Hunter; 2nd, Mrs. Nie. Two year old heifer: 1st, John Cullis; 2nd, W. Hunter. Yearling heifer: 1st, Adam Carl; 2nd, John D. Naylor. Heifer calf: 1st, A. Carl. Yoke of oxen: 1st, William Isaac.
Class F--Leicester Sheep. Yearling ram: 1st, John Cullis. Ram lamb: 1st, W. Hunter; 2nd, Isaac Walker. Two aged ewes; 1st & 2nd, W. Hunter. Two shearling ewes; 1st, John Cullis; 2nd, Wm. Isaac. Two ewe lambes: 1st, Isaac Walker; 2nd, Wm. Isaac.
Class G--Cotswold Sheep. Aged ram, 1st, Thomas Howie; 2nd, Wm. Routly. Ram lamb: 1st, W. Isaac; 2nd, Thos. Howie. Two aged ewes: 1st and 2nd, Thomas Howie. Two shearling ewes: 1st, Wm. Isaax; 2nd, Thomas Howie.
Class H--Pigs. Aged boar: 1st, W. J. Smitheram. Boar, six months: 1st and 2nd, Wm. Routley. Aged sow: 1st, Wm. Routley; 2nd, W. J. Smitheram. Sow, six months: 1st, R. C. Webster; 2nd, Adam Carl.
Class I--Grain & Seed. Fall wheat: 1st, Thomas Graham; 2nd, Wm. Isaac. Spring wheat: 1st, John Littleton; 2nd, James Palmer. Pease, large: 1st, Rich Mark, 2nd, John Cullis. Pease, small: 1st, Matthew Ingram; 2nd, Adam Rutherford. Oats, white: 1st, W. H. Copp; 2nd, W. J. Smitheram. Gats, black: 1st, Matthew Ingram; 2nd, Wm. Isaac. Barley: 1st, J. D. Naylor; 2nd, W. J. Smitheram. Indian corn: 1st, Adam Carl; 2nd, Rich Mark. White beans: 1st, John, Littleton; 2nd, Wm. Isaac.
Class R--Roots & Vegetables. Early potatoes: 1st, George Manning; 2nd, W. J. Smitheram. Late potatoes: 1st, George Manning; 2nd, John Littleton. Variety of new potatoes: 1st, James Palmer. Turnips: 1st, John Copp; 2nd, John Graham. Carrots, white: 1st, James Palmer; 2nd, J. D. Naylor. Carrots, red: 1st, George Manning; 2nd, J. D. Naylor. Onions from seed: 1st, John Copp: 2nd, Rev. W. Logan. Onions from tops: 1st, W. J. Smitheram; 2nd, Arch. Sinclair. Cabbage; 1st, Adam Carl; 2nd, John Copp. Cauliflower: 1st, Adam Carl. Beets: 1st, Adam Carl; 2nd, W. J. Smitheram. Mangolds: 1st, Rich Mark; 2nd, Geo. Manning. Squash: 1st, George Manning; 2nd, Wm. Issac. Pumpkin: 1st, Rich Mark. Celery: 1st, Mrs. H. W. Green; 2nd, Mrs. Nye. Red Peppers: 1st, W. J. Smitheram; 2nd, Thos. Graham. Variety of vegetables: 1st, W. J. Smitheram.
Class L--Fruit. Table apples; 1st, Alex. Ellis; 2nd, J. D. Naylor. Cooking apples: 1st, Daniel Perry; 2nd, Jas. Palmer. Variety of apples: 1st, John Cullis; 2nd, Alex. Ellise. Grapes: 1st, Mrs. Green; 2nd, Rev. W. Logan. Crab apples: 1st, Mrs. Green; 2nd, Daniel Perry. Tomatoes: 1st, Adam Carl; 2nd, Daniel Perry. Citrons: 1st, Adam Carl. Watermelons: 1st, Adam Carl.
Class M--Agricultural Manufactures. Plow: 1st, Robson & Robson. Harrows: 1st, Robson & Robson. Straw Cutter: 1st, Robson & Robson. Scuffler: 1st, Robson & Robson. Set of Horseshoes: 1st, J. Maunder; 2nd, W. Burley. Other specimens of blacksmith's work: 1st, W. Burley. Single Harness: 1st, J. W. Kennedy. Calf Boots: 1st, John Finn. Side of leather: 1st and 2nd, W. Fielding. Pump: 1st, S. Brokenshire.
Class N--Domestic Manufactures. Patchwork Quilt: 1st, Miss Ingram; 2nd, Mrs. Nye. Woollen Quilt: 1st, Miss Ingram. Log Cabin Quilt: 1st, Mrs. Heard. Home made blankets: 1st, Miss Ingram. Coverlid: 1st, Wm. Isaac. Full cloth: 1st, Miss Ingram; 2nd, W. H. Welsh. Flannel: 1st, Matthew Ingram; 2nd, Miss Palmer. Woollen socks: 1st, Miss Ingram; 2nd, Mrs. Adam Rutherford. Pair woollen mitts: 1st, Mrs. T. Graham; 2nd, Miss Ingram. Yarn: 1st, Mrs. A. Rutherford; 2nd, Miss Perry. Straw hat: 1st, A. Sinclair. Coloured sheep skin mat: 1st, G. Manning. Rag door mat: 1st, A Sinclair.
Class O--Dairy Produce. Tub butter, 50 lbs.: 1st, Mrs. T. C. Moynes; 2nd, John Graham. Butter, 5 lbs: 1st, Adam Rutherford; 2nd, A. Sinclair. Cheese: 1st, Fred Lapp; 2nd, John Graham. Home made Bread: 1st, Matthew Ingram; 2nd, J. D. Naylor. Maple Sugar: 1st, Thos. Graham. Maple Syrup; 1st, W. J. Smitheram. Honey in comb: 1st, Thos. Lockhart; 2nd, I. G. Moynes. Strained Honey: 1st, W. H. Copp; 2nd, John Copp. Pickles in jar: 1st, W. J. Smitheram. Preserves in jaw: 1st, Mrs. Fielding; 2nd, W. H. Copp.
Class P--Fancy Work. Embroidery in muslin: 1st, Miss Naylor. Braid work: 1st, Miss Ingram. Berlin wool work, raised: 1st, Mrs. Heard; 2nd, Miss Manning. Crochet work: 1st, Mrs. J. Maunder; 2nd, Mrs. Palmer. Fancy Knitting: 1st, Mrs. J. A. Ellis; 2nd, Miss Ingram. Artificial flowers: 1st, Mrs. Palmer. Bead work, supposed not to be home made, and prize not awarded. Motto: 1st, Miss Fielding; 2nd, Mrs. Maunder.
Discretionary Prizes. Wool Mat: 1st, Mrs. Heard. Point lace: 1st, Mrs. Ellis. Feather wreath: 2nd, prize, Mrs. Maunder. Zephyr wreath: 2nd prize, Mrs. Maunder.
Class Q--Poultry. Spanish: 1st, G. Manning. Cochins: 1st, Rich Mark. Hamburgs: 1st, G. Manning. Dorkings: 1st, John Cullis. Ducks: 1st, J. D. Naylor. Geese: 1st, John Cullis.
President's prize for best held of cattle, any breed, 1 male, 4 females: John Cullis.
Rev. Father Fitzpatrick's prize for the best 5 lbs. of butter, to become the property of the giver: Adam Rutherford.
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- Genealogical Resource
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- Description of Fenelon Agricultural Fair and full Prize List
- Date of Publication
- 2 Oct 1880
- Personal Name(s)
- Copp, W. H. ; Littleton, John ; Cullis, John ; Graham, John ; Webster, R. C. ; Fyke, Francis ; Mitchell, Archibald ; Perry, Daniel ; Cooper, John ; McKee, Robert ; Stephenson, Walter ; Hunter, W. ; Swift, Thomas ; Moynes, Isaac G. ; Brandon, John ; Copp, John ; Nie, Mrs. ; Carl, Adam ; Naylor, John D. ; Isaac, William ; Walker, Isaac ; Howie, Thomas ; Routly, William ; Smitheram, W. J. ; Graham, Thomas ; Palmer, James ; Mark, Rich ; Ingram, Matthew ; Rutherford, Adam ; Manning, George ; Logan, W., Rev. ; Sinclair, Arch. ; Green, H. W., Mrs. ; Nye, Mrs. ; Ellis, Alex. ; Maunder, J. ; Burley, W. ; Kennedy, J. W. ; Finn, John ; Fielding, W. ; Brokenshire, S. ; Ingram, Miss ; Heard, Mrs. ; Welsh, W. H. ; Palmer, Miss ; Rutherford, Adam, Mrs. ; Graham, T., Mrs. ; Perry, Miss ; Moynes, T. C., Mrs. ; Lapp, Fred ; Lockhart, Thomas ; Fielding, Mrs. ; Naylor, Miss ; Manning, Miss ; Maunder, J., Mrs. ; Palmer, Mrs. ; Ellis, J. A., Mrs. ; Fitzpatrick, Rev.
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- Robson & Robson ; Cameron Lake Foundry
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