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TRANSACTIONS 



FOR THE YEARS 1912.1913-1914 



OF THE 



Essex Agricultural Society 



(Established ISIS) 



FOR THE 



COUNTY OF ESSEX, MASS. 



PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE SOCIETY 



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NINETY-SECOND 

Annual Cattle Show and Fair 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY FOR I9U-J9J2 

President, 
John M. Danforth, of Lynnfield. 



Vice Presidents, 

Ellius a. Emerson^ of Haverhill. 
Charles H, Preston, of Danvers 
Asa T. Newhall, of Lynn. 
George L. Averill, of Andover. 



Secretary, 
Fred A. Smith, of Ipswich. 

Treasurer, 
William S. ISTichols, of Salem 



Honorary Trustees, 



George v. L. Meyer, of Hamilton. 
Francis H. Appleton, of Peabody. 
Frederick A. Russell, of Methuen. 



Delegate to the Staie Board of Agriculture. 
Frederick A. Eussell, of Methuen. 



Trustees. 

John J, Mason, Amesbury; Samnel H. Bailey, Andover; 
John W. Lovett, Beverly; John W. Parkhurst, Boxford; 
Walter H, Brown, Danvers; Elias Andrews, Essex; Henry 
Hilliard, Georgetown; George M. Wonson, Gloucester; 
Samuel B. George, Groveland ; Isaac F. Knowlton, Hamilton ; 
B. Frank Barnes. Haverhill; Walter F. Gould, Ipswich; 
Edward A, Fuller, Lawrence; Edwin Bates, Lynn; John H. 
Perkins, Lynnfield; Lorenzo Baker, Manchester; Frank 
Brown, Marblehead; George W. Hoyt, Merrimack; John W. 
Shirley, Methuen ; Lyman S. Wilkins, Middleton ; Henry 
Cabot Lodge, Nahant; Frank Perkins, Newbury; A. D. Ord- 
way, ISTewburyport ; John Barker, North Andover; J. Isaac 
Goodale, Peabody; Allen Smith, Rockport; Frank P. Todd, 
Eowley ; George A. Dow, Salisbury ; Charles F. Ropes, Salem ; 
Lewis W. Hawks, Saugus; William H. Bates, Swampscott; 
Charles J. Pea1)ody, Topsfield ; Nathaniel P. Perkins, Wen- 
ham; Cyrus D, Ordway, W. Newbury. 



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The following is a list of members deceased, as returned 
to the Secretary, not heretofore reported: — 

Barnes, B. F., Haverhill; Peabody, Geo. H., Danvers; 
Tapley, Gilbert A., Danvers; Perley, Dean A., Danvers. 



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PREMIUMS AND AWARDS 

Fair of J912. Topsfidd, Sept. J7-18, 1912 



Best Milch Cow 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to C. J. Peabody, Topsfield. 

' Grade Holstein and Jersey 
Best Native or Grade Cow 4 Years or Over 
$ 3. 1st prem. to Appleton Farms, Ipswich. 

Under Four Years 
$ 2. 1st prem. to Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 
$ 1. 3nd. prem. to Appleton Farms, Ipswich. 

Ayshires 

Registered Herd of Four Animals or More, One Sire 

$ 5. 1st. prem to Fatherland Farm, F. S. Burke, Byfield. 

Registered Herd of One Bull and 4 Females Over 2 Years 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to Fatherland Farm, F. S. Burke, Byfield. 

Under Ttvo Years 
$ 4. 1st. prem. to Fatherland Farm, F. S. Burke, Byfield. 

Bull Three Years Old and Upwards 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to James W. Appleton, Ipswich. 

Under Three Years 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to Fatherland Farm, F. S. Burke, Byfield. 

Bull Calf Under One Year. 
$ 2. 1st prem. to D. E. Measures, Ipswich. 

Cow Over Three Years 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Fatherland Farm, F. S. Burke, Byfield, 



Heifer Under Three Years 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Fatherland Farm, F. S. Burke, Byfield. 
$ 2. 2iid prem. to James W. Appleton, Ipswich. 

Heifer Calf Under One Year 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to James W. Appleton, Ipswich. 

Guernseys 

Bull Three Years Old and Upwards 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Appleton Famis, Ipswich. 

Under Three Years 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield. 
$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 

Heifer Under Three Years 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 

Heifer Calf Under One Year 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 

HOLSTEINS 

Registered Herd of Four Animals 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to D. P. Rogers, Danvers. 
Registered Herd of One Bull and Four Females over 2 Years 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to D. P. Rogers, Danvers. 

Under Tiuo Years 
$ 4. 1st. prem. to D. P. Rogers, Danvers. 

Bull Three Years Old and Upwards 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to D. P. Rogers, Danvers. 
$ 2. 2nd. premium to Appleton Farms, Ipswich. 

Under Three Years 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to T. E. Pierce, Topsfield. 
$ 1. 2nd. prem. to D. P. Rogers, Danvers. 

Bull Calf Under One Year. 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to D. P. Rogers, Danvers. 



Cow Over Three Years 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to D. P. Eogers, Danvers. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to D. P. Eogers, Danvers. 

Heifer Under Three Years 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to D. P. Eogers, Danvers. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to D. P. Eogers, Danvers. 

Heifer Calf Under One Year 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to D. P. Eogers, Danvers. 

Jerseys 

Bull Three Years Old and Upwards 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to T. E. Proctor, Topsfield. 

Bull Calf Under One Year 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to J. C. Phillips, Beverly. 

Cow Over Three Years 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to T. E. Proctor, Topsfield. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to T. E. Proctor, Topsfield. 

Heifer Under Three Years 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to T. E. Proctor, Topsfield. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to T. E. Proctor, Topsfield. 

Working Oxen — Under Five Years 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Eed Gate Farm, Georgetown. 



DEPAETMENT B. HOESES 

Draft and Farm Horses 

Breeding Mare and Colt 

$ 4. 1st. prem. to Fatherland Farm, F. S. Burke, Byfield. 

Colt Over Two Years 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Thos. Dovms, Georgetown. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Thos. Downs, Georgetown. 



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Under Two Years 
$ 3. 1st. prem, to J. W. Goodale, Danvers. 

Driving Horses 
Breeding Mare and Colt 
$ 4. 1st. prem. to L. J. Wood, Ipswich. 
$ 3. 2nd. prem. to Appleton Farms, Ipswich. 

Colt Over Two Years 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to C. E. Shannon, Haverhill. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Fatherland Farm. F. S. Burke, Byfield. 

Under Two Years 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Thos. Downs, Georgetown. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to L. J. Woods, Ipswich. 

Best Family Horse 
$ 4. 1st. prem. to Geo. S. Averill, Andover. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Mary A. Leach, Wenham. 

Gentleman's Driving Horse 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Geo. L. Averill, Andover. 

Exhibit of Draft Horses in Action 
Single Farm Horses weighing over 1200 founds 
$ 4. 1st. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to T. E. Proctor, Topsfield. 

Weighing under 1200 pounds 
$ 4. 1st. prem. to Nathan Foster, North Andover. 

Pairs of Farm Horses iveighing over 2400 pounds 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to J. C. Phillips, Beverly. 
$ 3. 2nd. prem. to H. K. Johnstone, Hamilton. 

Weighing Under 2400 Pounds 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to x\ppleton Farms, Ipswich. 

Ponies 
Best Display of Ponies 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to Allerton & Vanderbiirg Johnstone, Ham. 
$ 4. 2nd. prem. to H. W. Mason, Ipswich. 



Pair of Matched Ponies Driven 
$ 4. 1st. prem. to Allerton & Vanderburg Johnstone, Ham. 

Best Pony 12 Hands or Under, Driven 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to H. W. Mason, Ipswich. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Master A. Johnstone, Hamilton. 

Hunters and Hurdle Jumping 

ExJiihition by Chd) or Association 
$20. 1st. prem. to Mvopia Hunt Club, Mrs. C. G. Eice, Ips. 
$10. 2nd. prem. to M. H. Club, Geo. S. Mandell, Hamilton. 

ExJiihition of Jumping Four Foot Hurdles 
$12. 1st. prem, to Myopia Hunt Club, Hamilton. 
$ 6. 2nd. prem, to Geo, S, Mandell, Hamilton, 

Exhibition of Best High Jumping. 
$10. 1st, prem, to Samuel Mandell, Hamilton, 
$ 5. 2nd. prem, to Mrs. C, G, Eice, Ipswich, 



DEPAETMENT C. SHEEP, GOATS AND SWINE 

Southdotvn Buck 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to Allerton Johnstone, Hamilton. 

Southdown Ewe 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to Allerton Johnstone, Hamilton. 

Shropshire Flock 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Chester Killam, Boxford, 

Shropshire Ewe 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to Chester Killam, Boxford. 

Horned Dorset Buck 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to Allerton Johnstone, Hamilton. 

Horned Dorset Ewe 
$ 2. 1st. prem, to Allerton Johnstone, Hamilton, 



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Pen Grade Sheep 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Eed Gate Farm, Georgetown. 

Goats — Ewe 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to Red Gate Fami, Georgetown, 

Swine — BerJcshires 
Boar Over One Year 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to Appleton Farms, Ipswich. 
$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Allerton Johnstone, Hamilton. 

Breeding Soiu with Pigs hy side 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Appleton Farms, Ipswich. 

Sow Over One Year 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Mrs. J. B. Moulton, Hamilton, 
$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. J. B. Moulton, Hamilton. 

Yorkshire Boar 
$ 1. 2nd prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield. 

Chester White Boar 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Allerton Johnstone, Hamilton. 
$ 1. 2nd. prem. to D. P. Eogers, Danvers. 

Hampshire Boar 
$ 2, 1st. prem. to Allerton Jolinstone, Hamilton. 

Hampshire Sows 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Allerton Johnstone, Hamilton. 
$ 1. 2nd. prem, to Allerton Johnstone, Hamilton. 

Swine — Grades and Miscellaneous 

Best Sow and Litter, Any Breed 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield. 

$ 3. 2nd. prem. to Allerton Johnstone, Ham. (Jersey red), 

Best Pen of Grades 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield. 



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Special — American Mulefoot 
$ 2. Gratuity to Allerton Johnstone, Hamilton, for display. 

Miscellaneous — Carts, etc. 

$ 3. Gratuity to Geo. E. Daniels, Eowley, for two-horse 
farm cart. 

$ 3. Gratuity to J. H. jSTason, AVest Boxford, for low down 
milk wagon. 

$ 2. Gratuity to J. H. Nason, West Boxford, for light mar- 
ket wagon. 

PLOWING 

With Two-Horse Team 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to J. C. Phillips, Beverly. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Pierce Farm, Topsfield. 

^Yith Sulky Plow 

$ 3. 1st. prize to Pingree Farm, Topsfield. 
$ 2. 2nd. prize to T. E. Proctor, Topsfield. 

POULTRY 
Proctor Special Prizes 

Silver Medal to Dr. Jas. M. Jackson, Topsfield. 
Bronze ]\Iedal to Rol)ert Durland, Wenham. 

The following list of Poultry Prizes were awarded. Poul- 
try, Pigeons and Pet Stock : 
Mrs. Frank Eiken, Georgetown, pen Guinea chicks, 1st., 75c; 

10 Bufl" cochin Bantams, 1st., $1.00; pen Bar Plymouth 

Eock Bantams, 1st., 50c. 
Chas. W. Andreivs, Topsfield. Light Brahma cockerel, 1st., 

75c. ; pullet, 1st., 75c. ; pullet, 2nd., 50c. 
Oeo. Batchelder, Beverly. L. C. Buff Orpington hen, 1st., 

75c. ; 2nd., 50c. ; pullet, 1st., 75c. ; r. c. hen, 1st., 75c. 

Spangled Orpington cock, 1st., 75c. ; hen, 1st., 75c. 
A. W. Beck ford, Danvers. s. c. Wliite Orijington hen, 2nd., 

50c.; s. c. pullet, 3rd., H. C. Light Brahmas breeding 

pen, $5. ; Black Minorcas breeding pen, $5. 
Miss Minnie Blagdon, Eowley. Houdan hen, 1st., 75c.; 2nd., 

50c. ; cockerel, 3rd., H. C. ; pullet, 2nd., 50c. ; 3rd., H. C. 

Wliite Crested Black Polish cock, 1st., 75c. ; hen, 1st., 75c. 



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Fred R. Bowles, Beverly. White Plvmouth Eock cock, 3rd., 

H. C. 
Everett Bradstreet, Rowley, s. c. ^^^lite Orpington breeding 

pen, $5. ; cockerel, 1st., 75c. ; pullet, 1st., 75c. 
Harland I. Brown, Wenham. White Wyandote breeding pen, 

$5. 
Raymond Brown, Danvers. Buff Cochin Bantam cockerel, 

1st., $1.; pullet, 1st., $1.; jDullet, 2nd., $1. 
W. J. Carlton, Beverly. White Wyandotte chicks (breeding 

pen) 3rd., H. C. ; cock, 3rd., 'H. C. ; hen, 3rd., H. C. ; 

pullet, 2nd., 50c. 
Louis A. niiapman, Topsfield, Houdan's breeding pen, 1st., 

$1. 
Ernest Beacon, Annisquam. Display 8 racing pigeons, prize, 

$-4. 
Paul J. Dunn, Topsfield. s. c. R. I. Reds cockerel, 1st., 75c. ; 

pullet, 2nd., 50c. 
Robert W. Durland, Wenham. Black Orpington breeding 

pen, 1st.., $5.; White Plymouth Rock breeding pen, 1st., 

$5.; cock, 2nd., 50c. 
Pauline Fenno, Rowley, s. c. Buff Orpington breeding pen, 

1st., $5. ; s. s. Leghorn (white) breeding pen, 1st., $5. ; 

Barred Plymouth Rock pen, 3rd., H. C. ; s. c. R. I. 

Reds, pen, 3rd., H. C. ; s. c. White Leghorn pen, 2nd., 

50c, ; cock, 2nd., 50c. ; cockerel, 1st., 75c. ; Silver pen- 
cilled Hamburg pen, 1st., $2.; Guinea (special), pen, 

1st., $1.; s. c. R. I. Reds, hens, 1st., 75c. 
D. P. Foster, Beverly, ^^^lite Wyandotte cock, 2nd., 50c.; 

hen, 1st., 75c. 
Ralph 8. Foster, No. Andover. White Wyandotte hen, 2nd., 

50c. ; s. c. R. I. Red pen, 2nd., 50c. ; hen, 2nd., 50c. ; 

pullet, 1st., 75c. ; pair Homing pigeons, 1st., 50c. 
Geo. H. Gihney, So. Hamilton, s. c. White Orpington pen, 

2nd., 50c. ; cock, 1st., 75c. ; hen, 1st., 75c. ; cockerel, 2nd., 

50c.; pullet, 2nd., 50c. 
Mrs. E. H. Gilford, Topsfield. Collection W. Cochin Ban- 
tams, 2nd., $2. 
David Glover, Gloucester. White Plymouth Rock pen, 2nd., 

50c. 
OsJcar Hamstead, Beverly. Barred Plymouth Rock pen, $5. 

cockerel, 1st., 75c.; cockerel, 3rd., H. C. 
Geo. E. Hills, Groveland. s. c. B^o^vn Leghorn pen, 1st., $5. 

Silver Wyandotte hen, 1st., 75c. ; s. c. Brown Leghorn 

cock, 1st., 75c.; Pekin Ducks, 1 pr., 1st., $1.; 3rd., H. C. 

Geese, pen Brown China, 1st., $1. 



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C. A. Ilohhs, Hamilton, s. c. W. Leghorn cockerel, 2nd,, 50c.; 

3rd., H. C. 
IF. S. Hutchinson, Danvers. pr. Eng. Muffled Tumbler, 1st., 

$1. ; pr. A. B. Guinea pigs, 1st., 50c. 
Dr. James M. Jachson, Topsfield. s. c. E. I. Reds, pen, 1st., 

$5.; Silver Spangled Hamburg pen, 1st., $5.; White 

Cochin Bantams, 1st., $5. ;White Wyandotte pen, 2nd., 

50c.; Barred Plymouth Eock cock, 1st., 75c.; White 

Plymouth Eock cock, 3rd., H. C. ; Black-breasted Game 

Bantam pen, 1st., $3 ; 2nd., $3. ; cockerels, $3. 
A. Johnstone, Hamilton. Buff Cochin cock, 1st., 75c.; hen, 

1st.. 75c.; Part Cochin cock, 1st., 75c.; hen, 1st., 75c.; 

Buff Cochin Bantams, cock, 2nd. ; hen, 3rd. 
Mrs. Grace Kent, Rowley. Columbian Wyandottes, pen, 1st., 

$5. 
C. H. Leach & tSon, ^yenham. White Plymouth cock, 1st., 

75c. ; hen, 1st., 75c. ; cockerel, 2nd, 50c. ; pullet, 1st., 75c. ; 

2nd., 50c. ; 3rd., H. C. 
Harriet W. Jefavour, Topsfield. Ehoborcas cockerel, 1st., 

75s. ; pullet, 2nd., 50c. 
E. D. Lovett, Beverly, s. c. E. I. Eeds, cock, 1st., 75c.; hen, 

3rd., H. C. ; Curley Spanish Eed pen, 1st., $1. 
Samuel Mandell, 2nd., Hamilton. Brown Eed Game pen, 

$1. ; Eound head cock, 1st., 75c. ; White Hackle hen, 1st., 

75c. ; A. 0. U. cock, 1st., 75c. ; Brass Back hen, 1st., 75c. ; 

Brown Eed hen, 1st., 75c. ; Bro\Am Eed Pullet, 1st., 75c. ; 

Pile Game Pullett, 1st., 75c. ; Black Eed hen, 1st., 75c. ; 

Gray Pit Game cock, 1st., 75c. 
Mrs. J. B. Moulton, Hamilton. Barred Phanouth Eock cock- 
erel, 2nd., 50c. ; White Plymouth Eock hen, 2nd.. 50c. 
Geo. B. Parl-hurst, Boxford. Houdan cockerel, 1st., 75c.; 

pullet, 1st., 75c. ; Barred Plymouth Eock pullet, 1st., 

75c. ; 2nd., 50c. ; 3rd., H. C. 
L. H. Parrott, E. Boxford. Columbia Wyandotte cock, 1st., 

75c. ; hen, 1st., 75c. 
Red Gate Farm, Georgetoivn. pr. Guinea Fowl, 2nd., 50c. ; 
Pigeon Col. Homers, Gratuity, $1. ; pr. Guinea Pigs, 1st., 50c. ; 

pr. iVngora Eabbits, 1st., 50c. 
H. A. Reed, Danvers. s. c. White Orpington pen, 3rd., H. C. 
Geo. and Jane B. ShattucJc, Topsfield. Golden Crown Polish 

cockerel, 1st., 75c. ; pullet, 1st., 75c. ; Pecan Duck, pr,, 

3rd., H. C. 
H. G. Sears, Danvers. pr. bronze turkeys, 1st., $5, 



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D. C. Stranger, Danvers. White Wyandotte pullet, 1st., 75c. ; 

s. c. Buff Orpington cock, 1st., 75c.; hen, 3rd., H. C; 

pullet, 2nd., 50c. 
Harrison Tenney, Rowley. Eng. Eed Caps, cock, 1st., 75c.; 

hen, 1st., 75c. ; 2nd., 50c. 
Eatherine Thayer, Topsfield. Angora rabbit, 2nd., 25c. 
Henry Titus, Boxford. Black Cochin Bantams Col, Special, 

$1. 
H. U. Towne, Boxford. Barred Plymouth Rock pen, 2nd., 

50c., Gray Call Ducks, pen, 1st., $1. 
Rosa Trohello, Danvers. Pen ducks, 1st., $1.; s. c. E. I. 

Eeds, 1st., $1. 

E. R. Wardwell, Danvers. White Ply. Rock hen, 3rd., H. C. ; 

Pecan Duck pen, 1st., $1. 
Lucia Wheatland, Topsfield. Golden Crown Polish hen, 1st., 
75c. ; 2nd., 50c. ; Buff Cochin Bantam, 2nd., 50c. ; pr. 
Geese i/4 wild, pen, 1st., $1.; pr. Turtle Doves, 1st.; 50c.; 
pr. Fan-tails, 1st., 50c. 



DEPARTMENT E. FRUITS 

Proctor Specials. All prizes $1.00 each. 
Apples 

Baldwin, Elbridge Noyes, Newbury. 
Danvers Sweet, H. G. Sears, Danvers. 
Tompkins King, C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. 
Sutton Beauty, Turner Hill, Ipswich, 
Hubbardston, E. Noyes, Newbury, 
Mcintosh, C. A. Hobb, Hamilton. 
Hurlburt, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 
20-oz., Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 
Porter, C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. 
Pickman Pippin, H. G. Sears, Danvers. 
Roxbury Eussett, H. G. Sears, Danvers. 
E. I. Greening, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 
Gravenstein, H. G. Sears, Danvers. 
Hemt Eussett, E. Noyes, Newbury. 
Snow, C. A. Hobbs, Hamilton. 
Wealthy, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 
Northern Spy, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 
Tolman Sweet, W. A, Brown, W. Peabody. 



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Blue Pearmain, P, LeGresley. 
Ben Davis, C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. 
Duchess, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 
Maidens Blush, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 
Red Canada, E. Noyes, Newbury. 
"Wagener, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 
Black Gilliflower, C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. 
Chenango, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 
Delicious, C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. 
Jonathan, Applelon Farm, Ipswich. 
Rolfe, E. B. Mcintosh, Peabody. 
Pound Sweet, C. G. Sears, Danvers. 
Pewankee, C. H. Leach, Wenham. 

Pears 

Bartlett, Nathan Poor, Danvers. 

Bosc, Wm. B. Foster, Beverly. 

Anjou, Wm. B. Foster, Beverly. 

Lawrence, C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. 

Seckle, Geo. Hallowell, Peabody. 

Urbaniste, H. G. Sears, Danvers. 

Vicar, H. G. Sears, Danvers. 

Clapp Favorite, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 

Clairgeau, E. Noyes, Newbury. 

Peaches 

Late Crawford, Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Rowley. 
Champion, James O'Kane, Hamilton. 
Elberta, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 

Plums 

Monarch, W. T. Hutchinson, Danvers. 
Oct. Purple, "W. T. Hutchinson, Danvers. 
Grand Duke, W. T. Hutchinson, Danvers. 

Quinces 
Orange, L. Bodge, Peabody. 

Grapes 

Worden Grapes, J. Webb Barton, Hathorne. 
Niagara, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 
Delaware, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 



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Class 34 Fruit 

Coll. of Apples, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 1st prize, $4.00 

Coll. of Apples, H. G. Sears, Danvers, 8iicl, 2.00 
Best Barrel packed Apples, T. H. Farm, Ipswich, 1st., 3.00 
Best Barrel packed apples, C. A. Leach, Wenham, 2nd, 1.50 
Best box packed apples, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 1st., 3.00 
Best box packed apples, C. A. Leach, Wenham, 2nd., 1.50 

Baldwins, E. Noves, Newbury, 1st., 1.50 

" C. A. Leach, Wenham, 2nd., 1.00 

" E. A. Emerson, Haverhill, 3rd., .50 

Mcintosh Eed, C. A. Hobbs, Hamilton, 1st., 1.50 

Mcintosh Red, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 2nd., 1.00 

Mcintosh Eed, C. A. Leach, Wenham, 3rd., .50 

E. I. Greening, E. Noyes, Newbury, 1st., 1.50 

E. I. Greening, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 2nd., 1.00 

E. I. Greening, H. G. Sears, Danvers, 3rd., .50 

Gravenstein, E. Noyes, Newbury, 1st., 1.50 

Gravenstein, Appleton Farms, Ipswich, 2nd., 1.00 

Gravenstein, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 3rd., .50 

Eoxbury Eusset, E. Noyes, Newbur}"-, 1st., 1.50 

Eoxbury Eusset, E. A. Emerson, Haverhill, 2nd., 1.00 

Eoxbury Eusset, E. E. Allen, Danvers, 3rd., .50 

Northern Spy, E. A. Emerson, Haverhill, 1st., 1.00 

Northern Spy, B. H. Farnum, No. Andover, 2nd., .50 

Hubbardston, E. A. Emerson, Haverhill, 1st., 1.00 

Hubbardston, E. Noyes, Newbury, 2nd., ,50 

Tompkins King, C. A. Campbell, Ips^vdch, 1st., 1.00 

Tompkins King, D. Little, Newbury, 2nd., .50 

Tolman Sweet, E. Noyes, Newbury, 1st., 1.00 

Tolman Sweet, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 2nd., .50 

Wealthy, Geo. H. Poor, Danvers, 1st., 1.00 

Wealthy, S. H. Bailey, Andover, 2nd., - .50 

Wagner, E. Noyes, Newbury, 1st., 1.00 

Wagner, J. W. Parkhurst, Boxford, 2nd., .50 

Fameuse, 1st., 1.00 

Fameuse, E. Noyes, Newbury, 2nd., .50 

Canada Eed, E. Noyes, Newbury, 1st., .75 

Porter, C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, 1st., .75 

Porter, H. G. Sears, Danvers, 2nd., .50 

Alexander, C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, 1st., .75 

Ben Davis, E. B. Mackintosh, Peabody, 1st., .75 

Pound Sweet, H. G. Sears, Danvers, 1st., ' 1.00 

Danvers Sweet, H. G. Sears, Danvers, 2nd., .50 



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Ladies' Sweet, Mrs. G. L. Gould, Topsfield, 1st., .75 

Duchess, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 1st,, .75 
Transcendant Crab, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 1st., .75 

Hyslop Crab, B. H. Farnum, No. Andover, 1st., ,75 

Pickman Pippin, H. G. Sears, Danvers, Gratuity, .25 

Killam Hill, H. G. Sears, Danvers, Gratuity, .25 

Ontario, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, Gratuity, .25 

Bosc Pears, H. G. Sears, Danvers, 1st., 1.50 

Bosc Pears, S. A. Evans, Danvers, 2nd., 1.00 

Anjou Pears, E. Noyes, Newbury, 2nd., ,50 

Louis Bonne, Pears, E. Noyes, Newbury, 1st., 1.00 

Lawrence Pears, E. Noyes, Newbury, 3nd., .50 

Sioulle Pears, H. G. Sears, Danvers, Gratuity, .25 

Urbaniste Pears, H. G. Sears, Danvers, 1st., .75 

Napoleon Pears, H. G. Sears, Danvers, Gratuity, .25 

Chelmsford Pears, H. G. Sears, Danvers, Gratuity, .25 

Coll. of Peaches, Appleton Farms, Ipswich, 1st., 2.00 

Crawford Peach, C. J. Peabody, Topsfield, Gratuity, .50 
Seedling Peach, Mrs. H. E. Shaw, Marblehead, Gratuity, 1.00' 

Col. of Plums, AV. T. Hutchinson, Danvers, 1st., 2.00 

Col. of Plums, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 2nd,, 1,50 

Plums, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, Gratuity, 1,00 

Worden Grapes, J, W. Barton, Danvers, 1st,, 1.00 

Brighton Grapes, J, W, Barton, Danvers, 1st., 1.00 

Brighton Grapes, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 2nd., .50 

Niagara Grapes, Laura Bodge, Peabody, 2nd., .50 

Moores Diamond Grapes, W. B. Foster, Beverly, 1st., .75 

Eogers No. 8, Laura Bodge, Peabody, Gratuity, ,25 

Cranberries, Nathan Foster, No, Andover, .50 

Vegetables 

Proctor's Special Prizes Each winner receives $1 first prize.. 

Beans, "Wax string, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 

Beans, Green string, Appleton Farms, Ipswich. 

Beans, Lima, C. A, Campbell, Ipswich, 

Beans, Shell, E, A. Bailey, No, Andover, 

Beets, Eclipse, E, Noyes, Newbury. 

Beets, Dewing, W. K, Cole, Boxford, 

Beets, Detroit, Turner Hill Fann, Ipswich. 

Beets, Edwards, Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Eowley. 

Cabbage, Savoy, Appleton Farms, Ipswich, 

Cabbage, Stone Mason, W, K. Cole, Boxford. 

Cabbage, Eed, W, K, Cole, Boxford, 



Cabbage, All Seasons, W. G. Dodd, Peabody. 

Cabbage, Deephead, H. G. Sears, Danvers. 

Carrots, Long orange, J. O'Kane, Hamilton. 

Carrots, Danvers Inter, Arthur Spaulding, Boxford. 

Carrots, Danvers, W. G. Dodd, Peabody. 

Cauliflower, Snowball, Chas. Bohlen, Ipswich. 

Cauliflower, TVliite, Bouquet, H. W. ]\Iasou, Ipswich. 

Corn, Golden Bantam, W. K. Cole, Boxford. 

Corn, Countr}^ gent, T. P. Killam, Boxford. 

Corn, Quincy Mkt., Horace Bushby, Danvers. 

Cucumber, White Spine, C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. 

Egg-Plant, N. Y. Imp., C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. 

Leeks, Jas. O'Kane, Hamilton. 

Celery, White Plume, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 

Celery, Golden Self Blanching, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 

Lettuce, Deacon, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 

Onions, Danvers Globe, W. G. Dodd, Peabody. 

Onions, French, Horace Bushby, Danvers. 

Onions, Southport AYhite, Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Eowley. 

Onions, Southport Eed, Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Eowley. ^ 

Parsnip, Hollow Crowned, H. W. Mason, Ipswich. 

Peas, Alaska, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 

Peas, Alderman, L. E. Pierce, Wenham. 

Peppers, Chinese Giant, H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, 

Potatoes, Early iJose, H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton. 

Potatoes, Beauty of Hebron, T. E. Proctor, Topsfield. 

Potatoes, Clarks No. 1, W. K. Cole, Boxford. 

Potatoes, ISTew Queen, E. Noyes, Newbury. 

Potatoes, Pearl of Savoy, W. K. Cole, Boxford. 

Potatoes, Irish Cobbler, Peter LeGresley, Topsfield. 

Potatoes, Carman's No. 3, E. Noyes, Newbury. 

Potatoes, Early Maine, W. K. Cole, Boxford. 

Potatoes, Eural Blush, W. K. Cole, Boxford. 

Potatoes, Early Northern, W. K. Cole, Boxford. 

Potatoes, Green Mountain, T. P. Killam, Boxford. 

Pumpkins, Sugar, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. 

Eadish, Earlv French, Jas. O'Kane, Hamilton. . 

Euta Bagas, White, W. K. Cole, Boxford. 

Euta Bagas, Yellow, W. K. Cole, Boxford. 

Salsify, Jas. O'Kane, Hamilton. 

Squash, Marrow, Horace Bushby, Danvers. 

Squash, Turban, Mrs. J. C. Phillips, Beverly. 

Squash, Essex, H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton. 

Squash, Symm's Blue Hubbard, Frank Chase, Boxford. 



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Squash, Sibley, W. K. Cole, Boxford. 
Squash, Warren, Durkee Brothers, West Peabody. 
Squash, Delicious, W. K. Cole, Boxford. 
Squash, Tictor, F. E. Batchelder, Topsfield. 
Tomatoes, Scarlet, Jas, O'Kane, Hamilton. 
Tomatoes, Yellow Queen, H. R. Johnstone, Hamilton. 
Turnip, Purple Top, Peter LeGreslev, Topsfield. 
Turnip, \^aiite Globe, W. K. Cole, Boxford. 

The following additional prizes were awarded in the Vege- 
table department : 

Beans, Wax, W. K. Cole, Boxford, 2nd., $ .50 

Beans, green, Geo. Hopping, Georgetown, 2nd., .50 

Beans, lima, H. R. Johnstone, Hamilton, 2nd., .50 

Beans, pole, Harry LeFavour, Topsfield, 2nd., .50 

Beans, refugee. Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 2nd., .50 

Beets, Eclipse, W. K. Cole, Boxford, 2nd., .50 

Beets, Edmands, H. R. Johnstone, Hamilton, .50 

Beets, Egyptian, H. W. Mason, Ipswich, 2nd., .50 

Beets, Dewing, E. Noyes, Newbury, 2nd., .50 

Cabbage, red, S. H. Bailey, Andover, 2nd., .50 

Cabbage, deep head, W. K. Cole, Boxford, 2nd., .50 

Cabbage, Fottlers, W. K. Cole, Boxford, 2nd., .50 

Cabbage, Stone Mason, Jas. O'Kane, Hamilton, 2nd., .50 

Cabbage, All Seasons, Jas. O'Kane, 2nd., .50 

Carrot, Long Orange, W. K. Cole, Boxford, 2nd., .50 
Carrot, E. S. Horn, Geo. Hopping, Georgetown, 2nd., .50 

Carrot, Danvers, Jas. O'Kane, 2nd., .50 

Cauliflower, Fred'k Dodge, Beverly, Gratuity, 1.00 

Cauliflower, Bouquet, L. E. Pierce, Wenham, 2nd., .50 
Celery, Golden self blanching, Durkee Bros., W P'd'y, 2nd., .50 

Celery, Wliite plume, H. W. Mason, Ipswich, 2nd., .50 

Com, Country Gentleman, Appleton Farms, Ipswich, .50 

Corn, Stowells Evergreen, Appleton Farms, Ipswich, .50 

Corn, any other variety, H. G. Sears, Danvers, 1.00 

Cucumber, White Spine, Jas. O'Kane, Hamilton, .50 

Egg Plant, N". Y. Imp., H. R. Johnstone, Hamilton, .50 

Onions, red, C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, .50 

Onions, Danvers, John Dow, Danvers, .50 

OnionSj Yellow, Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Rowley, .50 

Onions, WTiite Queen, H. W. Mason, Ipswich, .50 

Parsnip, H, C, Geo. Hopping, Georgetown, 2nd., .50 

Parsnip, F. C, Jas. O'Kane, Hamilton, 2nd., .50 

Peppers, Ruby King, Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Rowley, 2nd., .50 

Potatoes, eariy rose, W. K. Cole, Boxford, 2nd., .50 



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Potatoes, Carman's No. 3, W. K. Cole, Boxford, 2iid., .50 

Potatoes, Cobbler, Jas. O'Kane, Hamilton, 2nd., .50 

Potatoes, Green Mt., C. H. Leach, Wenham, 2nd., .50 

Pumpkin, W. K. Cole, Boxford, 2nd., .50 

Salsify, Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Eowley, 2nd., .50 

Squash, Turban, T. E. Batchelder, topsfield, 2nd., .50 

Squash, Bay State, W. K. Cole, Boxford, 2nd., .50 

Squash, Victor, Durkee Bros., West Peabody, 2nd., .50 

Squash, Marrow, S. A. Evans, Danvers, 2nd., .50 

Squash, Hubbard, JSTathan Foster, ISTo. Andover, 2nd., .50 
Squash, Essex Hybrid, Nathan Foster, No. Andover, 2nd., .50 

Tomatoes, Scarlet, Horace Bushby, Danvers, 2nd., .50 
Tomatoes, Yellow Queen, C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, 2nd., .50 

Turnip, Wliite Globe, Jas. O'Kane, Hamilton, 2nd., .50 

Turnip, Purple Top, H. W. Mason, Ipswich, 2nd., .50 

Turnip, Wliite Milan, E. Noyes, Newbury, 2nd., .50 

Collection Tomatoes, Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 1st., 2.00 

Collection Tomatoes, Mrs. Fenno, Eowley, 2nd., 1.00 

Collection Peppers, Mrs. Fenno, Rowley, 1.50 

Collection Vegetables, T. E. Proctor, Topsfield, 1st., 4.00 

Collection Vegetables, Jas. O'Kane, Hamilton, 2nd., 2.00 

Collection Vegetables, Mrs. Fenno, Eowley, Gratuity, 1.25 
Collection Vegetables, H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, Grat., 1.25 

Coll. Vegetables, Mrs. W. E. Northey, Topsfield, Grat., 1.25 

Col. Vegetables, Jas. Wood, Topsfield, Gratuity, 1.25 

Dish of Melons, H. W. Mason, Ipswich, 1st., 2.00 

Dish of Melons, C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, 2nd., 1.00 

The following were the awards in the Plant and Flower 
Department : 

Mrs. M. F. Averell, No. Andover. Pair of bouquets for vases, 
1st., $1.; native, 1st., $1.; floral design cultivated flow- 
ers, 1st., $3.; collection Pansies, 1st., $2.; Verbenas, 
Gratuity, 50e. ; col. garden annuals, 1st., $1.; Phlox 
Drummondi, 1st., $1. ; Zinnias, gratuity, 50c. 

Mrs. Clara A. Bradstreet, Danvers. Native flowers and au- 
tumn leaves, 1st., $2. 

Bessie Cleaveland, East Boxford. Nasturtiums, 1st., $1. 

Miss M. H. Cleaveland, Bast Boxford. English Ivy., 1st., $1. ; 
Shirley Poppies, Gratuity, 50c. 

E. F. Dwyer & Son, Lynn. Col. cultivated cut flowers, 2nd., 
$2.; Dahlias, large flowered, 1st., $1.; pompon, 1st., $1.; 
single, 1st., $1.; cactus, 1st., $1.; Delphiniums, 1st., $1. 



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Mrs. Geo. L. Gould, Topsfield, Eoses, 1st., 50c.; Scabrosa, 
1st., $1.; Garden Basket, 2nd., 50c.; Sweet Peas, 1st., 
$1.; Candy Tuft, Gratuity, 50c.; Ageratum, Grat., 50c. 

Mrs. W. P. Gould, Topsfield, Col. Nasturtiums, Grat., 50c. 

H. R. Johnstone, Hamilton, Single Petunias, 1st., $1.; double, 
1st., $1. 

Mrs. J. S. Lmvrence, Topsfield. Pansies in var., 1st., $1. ; 
Sweet Peas in variety, Grat., 50c. 

Mrs. TF. E. Northey, Topsfield. Calendula, Grat,, 50c. ; Mari- 
gold, Dwarf French, Grat., 50c.; Phlox Drummondi, 
Grat., 50c. ; Salpiglossis, 1st., $1. ; Verbenas, 1st., $1. ; 
Zinnias, 1st., $1. 

Mrs. C. W. Paul, No. Andover. Floral design native flowers, 
1st., $3. 

Thos. E. Proctor, Topsfield. Col. flowering ornamental 
plants, 1st., $5. 

Hammond B. Tracey, Wenham. Flowers, col. of cultivated, 
1st., $3. ; pair of bouquets for vases, 2nd., 50c. ; native 
flower basket, 1st., $1. ; Gladioli, collection, 1st., $1. 

Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich. Table decoration, 1st., $5. ; bas- 
ket assorted fruit, 1st., $3. ; cut flowers, native, 1st., $3. ; 
basket greenhouse flowers, 1st., $2. ; native flowers and 
autumn leaves, 2nd., $1. ; floral design cult, flowers, 2nd., 
$2. ; floral design native flowers, 2nd., $2. ; col. Pansies, 
2nd., $1.; Eoses, 1st., $1.; Calendulas, 1st., $1.; Branch- 
ing Asters, 1st., $1.; Marigolds, African, 1st., $1.; Mari- 
golds, Dwarf French, 1st., $1. ; Coxcomb, 1st., $1. ; Del- 
phiniums, Grat., 50c.; Dianthus, 1st., $1.; Snap Drag- 
on, 1st., $1. 

Mrs. Jas. Wood, Topsfield. pr. native bouquets, 2nd., 50c. 

Margaret Wood, Topsfield. Nasturtiums, Grat., 50c. 

E. & C. Woodman, Danvers. Display Cannas, 1st., $1. 

Mrs. J. B. Moulton, Hamilton. 6 stlks. ensilage corn, 1st., $2. 

Fatherland Farm, Newbury. 6 stlks. ensilage corn, 2nd., $1. 

Best 10 ears Flint corn, A. S. Longfellow, Groveland, 1st., $2. 

Best 10 ears Flint corn, J. W. Nichols, Danvers, 2nd., 1.00 

Best 25 ears corn, J. W, Yeaton, Georgetown, 1st., 10.00 

Best single ear corn. A, S. Longfellow, Groveland, 1st., 5.00 

Best acre Fodder corn, Fatherland Farm, Newbury, 1st., 10.00 

Best display Butter, Mrs. C. A. Grinnell, Topsfield, 1st., 4.00 

Best loaf white bread, Mrs. C. Killam, Boxford, 1st., 1.00 

Best loaf white bread. Miss M. C. Foster, N. And., 2nd., .50 

Best loaf brown bread, Euth M. P. Webster, W. Box. 1st., 1.00 



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Loaf molasses ginger bread, Miss M. C. Foster, No. Andover, 
1st., 2.00 

Col. preserves, Mrs. F. P. Smerage, Topsfield, 1st., 3.00 

Col. preserves. Bertha Benson, Wenham, 2nd., 2.00 

Col. preserves, Mrs. F. B. Killam, Boxford, 3rd., 1.00 

Col. jellies, Mrs. A. H. Eose, Ipswich, 1st., 2.00 

Col. jellies, Miss E. D. Peabody, Topsfield, 2nd., 1.00 

Col. pickles. Bertha Benson, Wenham, 1st., 2.00 

Prepared apple products, Mrs. A. H. Eose, Ipswich, 1st., 2.00 
Display prepared raspberries, Mrs. F. P. Smerage, 1st., 2.00 

Fancy Work 

Shell portrait & pencil sketch, M. H. Ballard, grat., .50 

2 lace, Mrs. W. J. Carlton, Beverly, grat., .50 

Two braided rugs, Harriet J. Day, Topsfield, grat., .50 

Centre piece, Maude H. Denton, Danvers, grat., .75 

Crochet lace, Mrs. Howard Ford, Topsfield, grat,, .50 

Sofa pillow, Mrs. J. E. Towle, Danvers, grat., .50 

White centre piece, Lila E. Puller, Middleton, grat., .75 

Hand painted pitcher, Lila E. Fuller, 1st., 2.00 

Pr. towels & cen. piece, Mrs. Arthur Yarish, Ipswich, grat., .50 
Crochet lace, Mrs. A. A. Hartwell, Beverly, .50 

Embroidered collar. Miss Mildred Hill, Danvers, grat., .50 
Irish crochet collar, Mrs. T. P. Killam, Boxford, grat., 1.00 
Quilts, Mrs. Wm. Kirk, Topsfield, grat., 1.00 

Centerpiece & crochet doilies, Mrs. E. T. Littlefield, Ips- 
wich, grat., .75 
2 white cen. pieces. Miss C. Lowergan, Danvers, grat., 1.00 
Crocheted quilt, Miss Annie Loring, E. Boxford, grat., .50 
Set doilies & handkerchief, Addie B. McKenison, George- 
town, grat., .50 
Centre piece, Ethel S. Merrow, Danvers, grat., 1.00 
Pair brass candle shades. Amy Parkhurst, Boxford, grat., .50 
Pillow slip & 2 cen. pieces, Mrs. D. S. Perley, Ips., grat., 1.00 
HandAvoven rug. Miss Amanda Peterson, Topsfield, grat., .50 
Two braided rugs, Dora F. Poole, Topsfield, grat., 1,00 
2 burnt work vases, Mrs. Nathan H. Poor, Danvers, grat., .50 
Sofa pillow, crocheted handkerchiefs, embroiderv, Mrs. Chas. 
Potter, Topsfield, grat., ^ 1.00 
White center piece, Mrs. J. F, Vaughan, Danvers, grat., 1.00 
Irish crochet, Mrs. J. F. Vaughan, Danvers. grat.,- .50 
Towels, doilie, pillow slip, Annie Woodbury, Tops., grat., 1.25 
Hand made quilt, Mrs. Annie Wildes, Topsfield, grat., .50 



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Hand made sweater, Olive B. Savory, Danvers, grat., .50 

Handkerchief, Mrs. E. F. MeCrellis, Topsfield, grat, 1.00 

Centre piece, Mrs. E. K. Pitman, Topsfield, grat., .75 



GiiANGE Exhibits 

Danvers Grange No. 2G3, 1st., $50.00 

W. Peabody, Grange No. 305, 2nd., 40.00 

Hamilton & Wenliam Grange No. 297, 3rd., 30.00 

Boxford Grange No. 298, 4th, 20.00 

Topsfield Grange No. 184, 5th, 10.00 

Ipswich Grange No. 136, 6th, 10.00 

Chebacco Pomona Grange No. 26, Pom. Grange Prize, 15.00 
Wenham Vil. Imp. Assoc, special prize for fine display, 25.00 



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RECORDS OF ANNUAL MEETING OF J9I3, SEPT. 

J7, OF ESSEX AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, 

HELD AT TIME OF NINETY-THIRD 

ANNUAL FAIR 



Called to order by Pres. Preston, at 10.45 in Secretary's 
tent. 

Minutes of last meeting dispensed with. 

H. E. Murdock, Danvers, proposed for membership. 

Remarks made by former president Appleton concern- 
ing past history of Society, after which by vote, proceeded 
to elect officers with the following results. 

President, 
C. H. Peesto^st, Danvers. 

Vice Presidents, 

A. T. Newhall, Lynn. 
Ellius a. Emerson, Haverhill. 

Geo. S. Avekill, Andover. 
Fkajstcis R. Appleton, Ipswich. 

Secretary, 
Fred A. Smith of Danvers. 



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Amesbiiry, J. J. Mason; Andover, S. H. Bailey; Bev- 
erly, J. W. Lovett; Boxford, J. W. Parkhurst; Danvers, 
H. E. Murdock; Essex, E. Andrews; Georgetown, li. 

Hilliard ; Gloucester, ; Groveland, S. B. George ; 

Hamilton, G. H. Gibney; Haverhill, ; Ips- 
wich, H. W. Mason; Lawrence, E, Fuller (now deceased) ; 
Lynn, E. Bates; Lynnfield, John H. Perkins; Manches- 
ter, L. Baker; Marblehead, M. Pierce; Merrimac, G. W. 
Hoyt; Methuen, J. W. Shirley; Middleton, L. S. Wil- 
kins; ISTahant, H. C. Lodge; Newbury, E. ISToyes; ISTew- 
buryport, A. D. Orden; 'No. Andover, J. Barker; Pea- 
body, W. Bro^\Ti; Rockport, ; Rowley, F. P. 

Todd ; Salem, C. F. Ropes ; Saugus, ; Swamp- 

scott, W. H. Bates; Topsfield, C. J. Peabody; Wenham, 
C. H. Leach ; West Newbury, C. D. Orden. 

By vote President and Secretary were authorized to fill 
vacancies on Board of Trustees. 

By motion of F. A. Smith, Secretary's compensation 
for 1914 be fixed at $200. in place of $300. formerly 
allowed. Voted. 

The favorable negotiations under way for the sale of the 
Peabody property were fully discussed. 

Also the desirability of enlarging the work of the poul- 
try department with a regular secretary for the depart- 
ment was favorably received. 

Meeting then adjourned at 11.50. 

^Feed a. Smith, 8ecy. 
0. H. Preston, Pres. 



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PREMIUMS AND AWARDS 



Fat Cattle 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Jas. C. Poor, No. Andover, fat cow. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Danvers State Hospital, Danvers, fat cow. 
J. C. Poor, No. Andover, Maynakd Whittier, Ipswich, 
I, M. Woodbury, Topsfield, Committee. 

Bulls 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Fatherland Farm, Byfield, Ayrshire un- 
der 3 yrs. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Essex Co. Training School, Lawrence, 
Ayrshire under 3 yrs. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Fatherland Farm, Byfield, Ayrshire calf 
under 1 yr. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Inglisby Farm, Ipswich, Ayrshire calf 
under 1 yr. 

$ 3. 1st, prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield, Guernsey, 3 yrs. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, Guernsey 
calf under 1 yr. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Dudley P. Eogers, Dan. Holstein, 3 yrs. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Jas. C. Poor, No. Andover, Holstein un- 
der 3 yrs. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Peirce Farm, Topsfield, Holstein under 

3 yrs. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to D. P. Rogers, Danvers, Holstein calf un- 
der 1 yr. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to D. P. Eogers, Danvers, Holstein calf un- 
der one yr. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to T. Proctor, Topsfield, Jersey, 3 yrs. 

Herd of Milch Cows 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to Fatherland Farm, Byfield, Ayrshire bull 

and 4 females. 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to D. P. Eogers, Danvers, Holstein bull and 

4 females. 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to Jas. C. Poor, No. Andover, Holstein bull 

and 4 females imder 2 yrs. 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to T. Proctor, Topsfield, Jersey bull and 4 

females over 2 yrs. 



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$ 5. 1st. prem. to Jas, C. Poor, No. Andover, Holstein, 4 

cows. 
$ 3. 2nd. prem. to Dudley P. Eogers, Dan., Holstein, 4 cows. 

Milch Cows 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Fatherland Farm, Byfield, Ayrshire over 

3 yrs. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Essex Co. Training School, Lawrence, 

Ayrshire over 3 yrs. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Jas. C. Poor, No. Andover, Holstein over 

3 yrs. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Dudley P. Sogers, Dan vers, Holstein 

over 3 yrs. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to T. Proctor, Topsfield, Jersey over 3 yrs. 

Heifers, Pure Breed 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Inglisby Farm, Ips., Ayrsh'e under 3 yrs. 

$ 2, 1st. prem. to Fatherland Farms, Byfield, Ayrshire calf 
under 1 yr. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Fatherland Farm, Byfield, Ayrshire calf 
under 1 yr. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield, Guernsey un- 
der 3 yrs. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield, Guernsey calf 
under 1 yr. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Turner Hill Fann, Ipswich, Guernsey 
calf under 1 yr. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Jas. C. Poor, No. Andover, Holstein un- 
der 3 yrs. 

$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Jas. C. Poor, No. Andover, Holstein 
under 3 yrs. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Jas. C. Poor, No. Andover, Holstein calf 
under 1 yr. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Jas. C. Poor, No. Andover, Holstein calf 
under 1 yr. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to T. Proctor, Topsfield, Jersey under 3 yrs. 

Miscellan-eous Cows 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield, best grade 
cow 4 yrs. 
Geo. L. Averill, Andover; Frank Ne^whall, Lynnfield; 
Henry F. Mason, W. Newbury, Committee. 



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Steers 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Edwin Illsley, Newbury, pr. over 2 yrs. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Edwin Illsley, Newbury, trained steers. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield, trained steers. 
Andrew Dodge, Beverly; Cyrus D. Ordway, West New- 
bury; Jas. C. Poor, No. Andover, Committee. 

Stallions 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Chester Abbott, Andover, under 4 jts. 
$ 4. 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, 4 yr. & over. 
$ 2. 2nd prem. to P. S. Burke, (Fatherland Farm), By- 
field, 4 yrs. & over. 
$ 4. 1st. prem. to J. C. Wing, Hathorne, under 4 yrs. 
$ 4. First prem. to E. E. Titcomb, Ipswich, mare and colt. 

Gentlemen's Driving Horses 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to J, H. Nason, W. Boxford. 

Single Farm Horses 

$ 4. 1st. prem. to Edward Adams, No. Andover, 1200 lbs. 

and over. 
$ 2, 2nd. prem. to Pingree Farm, Tops., 1200 lbs. & over. 
$ 4. 1st. prem. to N. Foster, No. And., less than 1200 lbs. 

Pairs Farm Horses 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to Mrs. J. C. Phillips,' Bev., 2400 lbs. & over. 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to Mrs. H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, 2400 

lbs. and over. 
$ 3. 2nd. prem. to Fatherl'd Farm, Byfield, 2400 lbs. & over. 

Family Horses 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Fred A. Swanton, Andover. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Chester Abbott, Andover. 

Ponies 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Mrs. H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Willard Emery, Topsfield. 



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Farm Colts 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Thomas Down, W. Boxford, over 2 yrs. 
$ 2. 2nd, prem. to Thos. Down, W, Boxford, over 2 yrs. 

Colts for Driving 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, over 2 yrs. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Thos. Down, W. Boxford, over 2 yrs. 

James W. Appleton^ Ipswich, Thomas W. Pierce, Tops- 
field; Dudley P. Eogers, Danvers, Committee. 

Sheep 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Mrs. H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, South- 
down Buck. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Mrs. H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, Horned 
Dorset Buck. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Mrs. H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, South- 
down Ewe. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Mrs. H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, Horned 
Dorset Flock. 

Goats 

$ 4. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dwyer & Son, Lynn, Flock of An- 
goras. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dwyer & Son, Lynn, Angora Earn, 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to E. P. Dwyer & Son, Lynn, Angora Ewe. 

$ 4. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dwyer & Son, Lynn, Flock Milch 
Goats. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dw}'er & Son, Lynn, for individual 
Milch Goat. 
Thos. Sanders, Haverhill; B. H. Farnham, No. An- 

dover; I. M. Woodbury, Topsfield; Eichard IsTevstell, W. 

Newbury, Committee. 

Swine 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Gravelly Brook Farm, Topsfield, Boar 

over 1 yr. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Gravelly Brook Farm, Topsfield, Breeding 

sow and pigs. 
$ 6. 1st. prem. to Peirce Farm, Topsfield, pen. 



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$ 3. Second prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, pen, 
$3.50 Gratuity to Swiftmoor Farm, Beverlj', pen, 

Geo, F. Averill, Topsfield; W, F, Gould, Ipswich; B. H. 
Farnham, No, Andover, Committee. 

Agricultural Implements 

$ 4. Grat, to Geo. E. Daniels, Eowley, horse cart. 
$ 1. Grat, to Geo. E, Daniels, Eowley, horse cart. 

Frederick A. Eussell, Methuen; C. H. Preston, Dan- 
vers, Elbridge N"oyes, Newbury, Committee. 

Plowing 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Edward Adams, No. Andover, plowing 

6 in. deep, 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Jas. C. Poor, No. Andover, swivel plow, 

6 in. deep. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to T. Proctor, Topsfield, plowing, sulky plow. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. J. C. Phillips, Beverly, plowing 

sulky plow. 
Plow (Lawrence Special prize) to Edward Adams, No. And. 
Frederick A. Eussell, Methuen; John J. Mason, Ames- 
bury; W. K. Hayes, No. Andover, Committee. 

Poultry 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Geo. D. Batchelder, Beverly, pen S. C. 
Buff Orp. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Minnie Blagdon, Eowley, pen Houdan. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Everett Bradstreet, Eowley, pen S. C. 
White Orp. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to J. S. Brown, Wenham, pen E. I. Eed. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to H. I. Brown, Wenham, pen Wliite Wyan. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Pauline Femio, Eowley, pen hens. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Pauline Fenno, Eowley, ]5en hens. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Pauline Fenno, Eowley, pen hens. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Pauline Fenno, Eowley, pen hens. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Pauline Fenno, Eowley, pen hens. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Pauline Fenno, Eowley, pen hens. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Geo. Gibney. So. Hamilton, pen W. Orp. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to C. P. Hemmingway, Topsfield, pen Mod- 
ern Game. 



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50c. 2nd. prem. to C. P. Hemmingway, Topsfield, pen Mod- 
ern Game. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to J. M. Jackson, Beverly, pen. ' 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to Lawrence Perkins, Beverly, pen. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to Pied Gate Farm, Georgetown, pen. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to Fred G. Smith, Danvers, pen Houdan 

chicks. 
50c. 2nd, prem. to Fred G. Smith, Danv., pr. Houdan chicks. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to C. G. Stone, 49 Poplar St., Danvers. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to David Stranger, Danvers. 
50c. 2nd. prem. to Swiftmoor Farm, Beverly. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to W. J. Wallis, Rowley, pen White Rocks. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to Ashland Wing. 

$ 1. 1st. prem to H. S. Little, Newbury, pen W. Cochin. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Kewbury, Buff Leghorn. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, pen Golden Polish. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newburv, Blk. Wvandotte, 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y, S."' C. R. I. red Ch'ks. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, pen Buff Cochin. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, pen Blue Andalus. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to David Little, Newburs'port, pen Buff 

Wyandotte; pen S. G. Dorking. 
75c. 1st. prem. to J. E. Averell, No. Andover, Plymouth 

Rock cock. 
50c. 2nd. prem. to C. J. Ayhvard, Wenham, Ply. R. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to Geo. D. Batchelder, Beverly, Single Buff 

Orp. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to Geo. D. Batchelder, Beverly, R. C. Buff 

Orp. 
75c. 1st. prem. to Fred G. Smith, Danvers, Houdan cock. 
50c. 2nd. prem. to Minnie Blagdon, Rowley, Houdan cock. 
50c. 2nd. prem. to Everett Bradstreet, Rowley, S. C. White 

Orp. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to Geo. Gibney, So. Ham., White Orpington. 
75c. 1st. prem. to Ivan Kent, Rowley. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Stranger, Danvers, \^^i. Wyandotte. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbur}^, Blk. Cochin cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, White Cochin cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Buff Wy. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Partridge Cochin cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Silver Cochin cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, S. C. White Leghorn cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Buff Leghorn cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Silver Polish cock. 



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75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y, Golden Polish cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Silver B. Polish cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Barred Ply. Rock 

cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, White Ply. Rock 

cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Col. Ply. R. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. pen Ply. Rock 

cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Buff laced cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. P. Wyand. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, White Wy. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Black Wy. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Col. Wyand. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Black Java cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, R. C. R. I. Red 

cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. C. R. I. Red 

cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y? Light Brahma cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Buff Cochin cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'3^, Wli. Langshan cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. C. B. Minorca 

cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Blue Andal. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, R. I. Wh. Leg- 
horn cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y, S. C. Buff Orp. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. C. W. Orp. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, BIk. Hambg. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. Pen. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Wh. Cornish cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Red Cornish cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Silkie cock. 
$2.50 Five 2nd. prems. to H. S. Little. 
75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Newbury, Buff Ply. Rock 

cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Gold Wyandotte cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Buff Wyand. cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Dominique cock. 
75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, S. C. Buff Leghorn cock. 
$1.50 Three 2nd. prems. to David Little, Newbury. 
50c. 2nd. prem. to J. E. Averell, Lynnfield, Ply. R. Hen. 



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75c. 1st. prem. to Mrs. J. A. Barnes, Wenham, Buff Orp. 

hen. 

75e. 1st. prem. to George D. Batchelder, Bev., Buff Orp. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Clarence Johnson, Eowley, Ancona hen. 

50c. 2nd. prem to Geo. D. Batchelder, Bev., E. C. Buff Orp. 

hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Minnie Blagdon, Eowley, Houdan hen. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Fred G. Smith, Houdan hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Geo. Gibney, So. Hamilton, Wh. Orp. hen. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Eoy Condon, W. Peabody, Wh. Orp. hen. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Pauline Fenno, Eowley. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Clarence Johnson, Eowley, Ancona hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Ivan Kent, Eowley. 

50e. 2nd. prem. to David Stranger, White Wyand. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Swiftmoor Farm, Beverly. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. E. Tenney, Eowley, Eng. E. Cap. hen. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to H. E. Tenney, Eowley, Eng. E. Cap hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, N"ewbury, Blk. Cochin hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Wh. Cochin hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Buff Ply. E. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Buff Wyand. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newl)ury, Part. Cochin hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Silver Wyand. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. C. Wh. Leg. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Buff Leghorn hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Wh. Minorca hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Malay hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Silver Polish hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Golden Polish hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Silver B. Pol. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Buff Laced hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, White Laced hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Silkie hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Blk. Leghorn hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Barred Ply. E. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Wh. Ply. E. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Col. Ply. E. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. Pen Ply. E. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Golden Wy. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. P. Wyand. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, White Wyand. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Blk. Wyand. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Col. Wyand. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Black Java hen. 



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75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, R. C. E. I. R. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. C. E. I. E. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S, Little, Newbury, Light Brahma hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Buff Cochin hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Wh. Lang. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. C. B. Min. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Blue Andal'n hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, B. B. R. Game hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y, S. C. Buff Orp. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. C. Wh. Orp. hen. 

$6.00 Twelve 2nd. prems. to H. S. Little, Newbury. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Newburyport, Gold, Wy. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Buff Wyand. hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Black Java hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Dominique hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, S. C. Buff Leghorn hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Pit Game hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Dark Cornish hen. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to David Little, Buff Ply. Eock hen. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to David Little, Black Leghorn hen. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to David Little, S. G. Dorking hen. 

75c. 1st. prem. to J. E. Averell, Lynnfield, Ply. E. cockerel. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to J, E. Averell, Lynnfield, Ply. E. cockerel. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to D. Stranger, Danvers, Wh. Wy. cockerel. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Mrs. J. A. Barnes, Wenham, White Wy- 
andotte cockerel. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Minnie Blagdon, Eowley, Houdan cockerel, 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Minnie Blagdon, Eow., Houdan cockerel. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Pauline Fenno, Eowley, B. Ply. E. cock'l. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Geo. Gibney, S. Ham., Wli, Orp. cockerel. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Geo. Gibney, S. Ham., Wh. Orp. cockerel. 

75c. 1st. prem. to B. E. Goodridge, 20 Sewell St., Peabody. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to B. E. Goodridge, Pea., Sicilian Butter- 
cup cockerel. 

75c. 1st. prem. to S. A. Pedrick, Eowley, Ancona cockerel. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to S. A. Pedrick, Eowley, Ancona cockerel. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to H. E. Tenney, Eow., S. C. E. I. E. cock'l. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Silkie cockerel. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y, Blk. Leghorn cock'l. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y, Wh. Cochin cock'l. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y, Wh. Ply. E. cock'l. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y, Col. P. E. cockerel. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, New., S. Pen P. E. cock'l. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y, S. P. Wy. cockerel. 



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75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'v, Blk. Wv. cockerel. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'v,"E. C. R. I. R. cock'l. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y, S. C. R. I. R. cock'l. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Xewbun^ Blue Andal. cock'l. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, S. C. Buff Orp- 
ington cockerel. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y, Bll^. Hamb. cock'L 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newb'y, S. P. Hamb. cock'l. 

$1.50 Three 2ncl. prems. to H. S. Little, Newbury. 

75c. 1st. prem. to D. Little, New'port, Buff. P. R. cockerel. 

75c. 1st. prem. to D. Little, Black Java cockerel. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, S. G. Dorking cockerel. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David I^ittle, Pit Game cockerel. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Da^id Little, Dark Cornish cockerel. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to E. Adams, N. And., S. C. R. I. R. pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to J. E. Averell, Lvnnfield, Buff P. R. pullet. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to J. E. Averell, Lynnfield, Buff P. R. pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Mrs. J. A. Barnes, Wen., Buff Orp. pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to IMinnie Blagdon, Rowley, Houdan pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Roy Condon, W. Peabody, W. Orp. pullet. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Geo. Gibney, S. Ham., Wh. Orp. pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Pauline Fenno, pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to B. E. Goodridge, Pea., Sic. But'cup pullet. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to B. E. Goodridge, Pea., Sic. But'cup pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to S. A. Pedrick, Rowley, Ancona pullet. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to S. A. Pedrick, Rowley, Ancona pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Archie Pierce, Wenham, W. P. R. pullet. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to S^^aftmoor Farm, Beverly, pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Blk. Leg. pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Wiiite Cochin pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, White Ph-mouth Rk. pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Col. Ply. Rock pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, S. Pen Ply. Rk. pullets. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, S. P. Wyandotte pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, Black Wyandotte pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, R. C. R. I. Red pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. S. Little, S. C. R. I. Red pullet. 

$ 1. Two 2nd. prems. to H. S. Little, pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to D. Little, New'port, Buff. Ply. R. pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to D. Little, Black Java pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, S. G. Dorking pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Pit Game pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Dark Cornish pullet. 

75c. 1st. prem. to David Little, Silkie pullet. 



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Turkeys, Ducks, Geese 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Florence Hall, Dan., Pr. Bronze Turkeys. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Eed Gate Farm, Georget'n, pr. Br. Turks. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Lawrence Perkins, Eowley, Pr. Ducks. 

$15. Fifteen 1st. prems. to David Little, jSTewburyport. 

$ 4. Eight 2nd. prems. to David Little, Newburyport. 

$ 3. Three 1st. prems, to H. S. Little, Newbury. 

$ 1. Two 2nd. prems. to H. S. Little, Newbury. 

$ 2. Two 1st. prems. to Albion Ward, Danvers, Bantams. 

$ 4. Grat. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Display 15 pr. Bant'ms. 

$ 2. Grat. to H. S. Little, Newbury, Disp. 14 pr. Bantams. 

$ 1. Grat. to D. Little, Newburyport, Disp. 8 pr. Baiitams. 

Pigeons 

$2.50 Grat. to Red. Gate Farm. 
$ 7. Grat. to H. S. Little. 
$ 5. Grat. to David Little. 

J. D. Barnes, Wenham, C. H. Leach, Wenham; W. H. 
Brown, West Peabody; Chester Cook, Wenham; L, N. 
Benway^ Salem, Committee. Judge to be selected. 

Fruit and Vegetables 

$ 4. 1st. prem. to Turner Hill Farm, Ips., best col. apples. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, best col. apples. 
$ 1. 3rd. prem. to J. W. Nichols, Danvers, best col. apples. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to T, H. Farm, Ips., best bbl. packed apples. 
$1.50 1st. prem. to C. H. Leach & Son, Wenham, 5 Baldwins. 
$ 1. 2nd. prem. to T. H. Farm. Ipswich, 5 Baldwins. 
50c. 3rd. prem. to P. Cotter, Salem, 5 Baldwins. 
$1.50 1st, prem. to T. H. Farm, Ipswich, 5 Mcintosh Reds. 
$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Jas. Wood, Topsfield, 5 Mcintosh Reds. 
50c. 3rd. prem. to R. B. Mcintosh, Pea., 5 Mcintosh Reds. 
$1.50 1st. prem. to H. M. Killam, W. Box., 5 R. I. Greenings. 
$ 1. 2nd. prem. to A. M. Kidder, Wenham, 5 R. I. " 
50c. 3rd. prem. to T. H. Farm, Ipswich, 5 R. I. Greenings. 
$1.50 1st. prem. to T. H. Farm, Ipswich, 5 Gravensteins. 
$ 1. 2nd. prem. to C, H. Leach & Son, Wenham, 5 Graven, 
50c. 3rd. prem. to G. H. Mason, W. Boxford, 5 Gravensteins. 
$1.50 1st. prem. to C. H. Leach & Son, Wen., 5 Rox. Russets, 
$ 1. 2nd. prem. to A. L. Longfellow, Grovel'd, 5 Rox. " 
50c. 3rd. prem. to G. Yon L. Meyer, Hamilton, 5 Rox. " 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to A. M. Kidder, Wenham, 5 North. Spys. 



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50c. 2nd. prem. to G. C. Thurlow, W. ^ew., 5 North. Spys. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to C. H. Leach & Son, Wen., 5 Hubbardstons. 

50c. 2nd. prem to W. K. Cole, Boxford, 5 Hubbardstons. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Turner H. Farm, Ips., 5 Sutton Beauty. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to M. S. Perkins, Danvers, 5 Sutton " 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to C. H. Leach & Son, Wen., 5 Tom. King. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, 5 Tom. King. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to G. C. Thurlow, W. Newb'y, 5 Tol. Sweet. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to T. H. Farm, Ipswich, 5 Wealthy. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to J. W. Parkhurst, Boxford, 5 Wealthy. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to T. H. Farm, Ipswich, 5 Wageners. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to John W. Parkhurst, Ipswich, 5 Wageners, 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to C. H. Leach & Son, Wen., 5 Fameuse. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to G. B. Sears, Danvers, 5 Fameuse. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to N. P. Clark, Danvers, 5 Wolf River. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to J. H. Dodge, Topsfield, 5 Wolf River. 

75c. 1st. prem. to T. H. Farm, Ips., 5 Chenango Strawberry. 

75c. 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, 5 Alexander. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Nathan Foster, No. Andover, 5 Porters. 

75c. 1st. prem. to T. H. Farm, Ips., 5 Maiden's Blush. 

75c. 1st. prem. to T. H. Farm, Ips., 5 Wms. Favorite. 

75c. 1st. prein. to T. H. Farm, Ips., 5 Ben Davis. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. M. Killam, W. Boxford, 5 Gold. Rus. 

75c. 1st. prem. to H. D. Verry, Danvers, 5 Duchess. 

75c. 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, Hyslop Crab. 

75c. 1st. prem. to T. H. Farm, Ipswich, Transcendant Crab. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to N. Perley Clark, Danvers, any other var. 

50c. 1st. prem. to T. P. Killam, E. Boxford, any other var. 

Pears 

$1.50 1st. prem. to Chas. H. Preston, Danvers, 5 Bartletts. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to P. Cotter, Salem, 5 Bartletts. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to R. B. Mcintosh, Peabody, 5 Bartletts. 

$1.50 1st. prem. to M. S. Perkins, Danvers, 5 Bosc. 

$1. 2nd. prem. to P. Cotter, Salem, 5 Bosc. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to R. Campbell, Danvers, 5 Bosc. 

$1.50 1st. prem. to W. B. Foster, Beverly, 5 Seckel. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to B. H. Farnum, No. Andover, 5 Seckel. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to E. R. Wardwell, Danvers, 5 Seckel. 

$1.50 1st. prem. to E. R. Wardwell, Danvers, 5 Sheldon. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to M. J. Cain, Lynnfield, 5 Sheldon. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to W. B. Foster, Beverly, 5 Sheldon. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, 5 Anjou. 



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50c. 2nd. prem. H. F. Walker, Topsfield, 5 Anjou. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to G. B. Sears, Dan., 5 Louise Bonne de Jer. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, 5 Laurence. 

75c. 1st. prem. to A. F. Bennett, Manchester, 5 Clapps Fav. 

75c. 1st. prem. to P. Cotter, Salem, 5 Vicar. 

75c. 1st. prem. to G. B. Sears, Danvers, 5 II"rbaniste. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to M. S. Perkins, Danvers, any other var. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to P. Cotter, Salem, any other var. 

Peaches 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to H. M. Killam, W. Boxford, collection. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to B. H. Farnum, ISTo. Andover, Elberta. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to H. ]\L Killam, W. Boxford, Elberta. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, Wh. Fleshed var. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to T. P. Killam, E. Box., Wh. Fleshed var. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to M. S. Perkins, Danvers, Yel. Fleshed var. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ips., Yel. Fleshed var. 

Plums 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to W. T. Hutchinson, Danvers, named col. 
$1.50 2nd. prem. to M. S. Perkins, Danvers, named collection. 
$ 1. Grat. to Mrs. L. C. Fenuo, RoAvley. 
$ 1. Grat. to W. B. Foster, Beverly. 

Grapes 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to J. Webb Barton, Danvers, Worden. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Gen. Israel Putnam Farm, Dan., Worden. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Gen. Is. Putnam Farm, Dan., Brighton, 

50c. 2nd. prem to J. W. Barton, Danvers, Brighton. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Edward Adams, No. Andover, Niagara. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Gen. Is. Putnam Farm, Dan., Niagara. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Gen. Is. Put. Farm, Dan., Pocklington. 

75c. 1st. prem. to W. B. Foster, Beverly, ]\Ioore's Early. 

75c. 1st. prem. to W. B. Foster, Moore's Diamond. 

Cranberries 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to W. K. Cole, Boxford. 

75c. 1st. ])rem. to Edward Adams, No. Andover.Everbearing. 



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FEUITS AND VEGETABLES 

$ 0. 1st. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, arr, collection. 

$ 3. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Rowley, arr. col. 

$ 1. 3rd. prem. to Peirce Farm, Topsfield, arr. colection. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Mrs. L. C. Fenno, RoAvley, display melons. 

$ 2. 2nd. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, display melons. 

$ 1. 3rd. prem. to Endicott Farm, Danvers, disp. melons. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Hiram Towne, Boxford, disp. potatoes. 

$ 2. 2nd. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Ham., disp. potatoes. 

$ 1. 3rd. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, disp. potatoes. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, tomatoes. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Eowley, tomatoes. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to Lawrence Farm, Topsfield, tomatoes. 

$1.50 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, peppers. 

75c. 2nd. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, peppers. 

$1.50 1st. prem. to J. Oscar Goodale, W. Peabody, cauliflower. 

75c. 2nd. prem. to W. K. Cole, Boxford, cauliflower. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Ham., delicious squash. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Ham., Bay State squash. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to J. W. Parkhurst, Boxford, B. State " 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to H. F. Walker, Tops., Hubbard squash. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Ham., Plubbard squash. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to H. Bushby, Danvers, B. Marrow squash. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to N. P. Clark, Danvers, Victor squash. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Frank Bachelor, Tops., Victor squash. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Frank Bachelor, Tops., Turban squash. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to H. Bushby, Danvers, Turban squash. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to J. 0. Goodale, W. Pea., Blue Hub. squash. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to H. Bushby, Danvers, Blue Hub. squash. 

Stveet Corn 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Edward Adams, N. And., Golden Bantam. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to W. K. Cole, Boxford, Golden Bantam. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to H. Bushby, Danvers, Pocahontas. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to J. W. Parkhurst, Boxford, Bears Foot. 

Beans 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to J. "Webb Barton, Danvers, Bountiful. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, Farquhar 

Eustless. 
50c. 2nd. prem. to H. Bushby, Danvers, six weeks. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Eowley, Lima. 



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50c. 2nd. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, Lima. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to Enclicott Farm. Dan., French Hort. Bush. 
50c. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Eowley, Worces. Pole. 

Beets 

50c. 2nd. prem. to W. K. Cole, W. Boxford, Eclipse. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to D. Woods, Topsfield, Eclipse. 

50g. 2nd. prem. to W. K. Cole, W. Boxford, Egyptian. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to J. W. Parkhurst, Boxford, Edmanda. 

Cahhage 

$ 1. 1st. prem to Frank Bachelor, Topsfield, Savoy. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Willis G. Dodd, Peabody, Red. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to W. K. Cole, W. Boxford, Stone Mason. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Geo. Von L. Mej^er, Ham., Stone Mason. 

Carrois 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Willis G. Dodd, Peabody, Danvers. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to J. Oscar Goodale, W. Peabody, Danvers. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Eowley, Short Horn. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, Scarlet. 

Cucumbers 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton. 
50c. 2nd. prem. to W. E. Sandford, Middleton. 

Egg Plant 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to D. Wood, Lawrence Farm, Topsfield. 

Lettuce 
50c. 2nd. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, Big Boston. 

Onions 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Geo. Yon L. Meyer, Hamilton, Danvers. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to Geo. A'on L. Meyer, Hamilton, Danvers. 
50c. 2nd. prem. to Endicott Farm, Danvers, White. 

Parsnips 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to D. Wood, Law'ce Farm, Tops., Hoi. Crown. 



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Peppers 
50c. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Rowley, market model. 

Potatoes 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Frank Bachelor, Topsfield, Gt. Mt. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, Irish Cobbler. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to H. R. Johnstone, Ham,, Beauty Hebron. 

50c. 2nd. Grat. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, Snow. 

,$ 1. 1st. prem. to Geo. Von L. Meyer, Ham., Beauty Hebron. 

Melons 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to J. W. Parkhurst, Boxford, Purple Top. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to Gen. I. Putnam Farm. Dan., Yel. Globe. 
John W. Lovett, Beverly; J. W. Paekhukst^ Boxford; 
James Wood, Topsfield; L. S. Perkins, Middleton; J. 0. 
GooDALE, W. Peabody, Committee. 

Plants 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield, Ferns. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield, Begonias. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Coleus. 

Andrew Xichols, Danvers; Mrs. H. Schumacher, Tops- 
field ; Mrs. Geo. S. xIverill, Andover ; Mrs. Martha Gould, 
Topsfield; Mrs. Ellen Jackman, Topsfield, Committee. 

Flowers 
Cut Flowers 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Florence M. Averell, No. Andover. 

$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Gail B. Johnson, Wenham. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to F. M. Averill, No. Andover, pr. bouquet. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to F. M. Averill, N. Andover, pr. bouquet 

native flowers. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to E. T. Paul, No. Andover, pr. bouquets. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Peirce Farm, Topsfield, greenhouse floral 

design. 
$ 1, Grat. to Eliz. A. Paul, No. Andover, floral design. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to Peirce Farm, Topsfield, garden flowers. 



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50c. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. Percy Chase, Topsfield, gar. flowers. 

50c. Grat. to Mrs. W. E. Northey, Topsfield, gar. flowers. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Clara Bradstreet, Dan., arrangement na- 
tive flowers and autumn leaves. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to E. F. D^vy'er & Son, Lynn, 12 Dahlia Pom. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to C. W. Paul, N. And., floral design native 
flowers. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to F. M. Averill, N"o. And., col. Pansies. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. W. E. Northey, Topsfield, col. " 

50c. Grat. to S. & J. Peirce, Topsfield, collection Pansies. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dwyer & Son, Lynn, 12 Dahlias, 
large. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Wm. H. Simmons, Marblehead, 12 " 

75c. Grat. to H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, Petunias. 

75c. Grat. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield, Petunias. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dwyer & Son, Lynn, 12 Dahlias. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dwyer & Son, 12 Cactus Dalilias. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dwyer & Son, Lynn, 12 Phlox. 

50c. Grat. to Florence M. Averill, No. Andover, 12 Branch 
Asters. 

75c. Grat. to F. M. Averill, No. Andover, 24 Verbenas. 

75c. Grat. to H. R. Johnstone, Hamilton, 24 Verbenas. 

75c. Grat. to H. R. Johnstone, Hamilton, 24 Eoses. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to F. M. Averill, No. And., 24 Gar. Annuals. 

50c. Grat. to Peirce Farm Greenhse, Tops., 24 gar. annuals. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to F. M. Averill, No. And., 12 Calendulas. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Mrs. P. Chase, Tops., 12 branch, asters. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield, 12 Phlox Drum. 

50c. Grat. to Florence M. Averill, No. And., 12 Phlox Drum. 

50c. Grat. to Florence M. Averill, No. Andover, 12 branch. 
Asters. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to F. M. Averill, No. And., 24 Pansies. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to F. M. Averill, No. And., 24 Zinnias. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to F. H. Anderson, No. And., 24 Af. M'gold. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to F. M. Averill, No. And., 24 French M'g'd. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Ham., 24 Petunias. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to F. M. Averill, No. Andover, 12 Scabiosa. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dwyer & Son, Lynn, 12 Delph'ms. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to H. E. Johnstone, Hamilton, Snapdragon. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Peirce Farm, (greenhse.). Tops., 12 Salp. 

$ 1. 1st. prem, to H. R. Johnstone, Hamilton, Coxcombs. 
Ettoee Tassanart, Danvers; Miss Annie Woodbury, 

Topsfield; Wm. Keith, Topsfield; Mrs. C. W. Paul, No. 

Andover; 0. F. Newhall, Peabody, Committee. 



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Grain and Seed 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to T. P. Killam, E. Boxford, field beans. 

$ 1. 1st. jDrem. to C. H. Leach & Son, Wenham, wint. rye. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to C. H. Preston, Danvers, ensilage corn. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to W. E. Sanford, Middleton, ensilage corn. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to J. W. Yeaton, Georgetown, Flint corn. 

$ 1, 2nd. prem. to Louis A. Tilton, Kewburyp't., Flint corn. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to A. L. Longfellow, Groveland, Flint corn. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to C. H. Preston, Hathorne, Dent corn. 

$10, 1st. prem. to J. W. Yeaton, Georgetown, corn grown in 

Essex County. 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to J. W. Yeaton, Georgetown, single ear. 

Frederick A. Eussell, Methuen; John S. Lawrence, 
Topsfield; Chas. H. Preston, Danvers. John Barker, Ko. 
Andover, Committee. 

Dairy Products 

$ 4. 1st. prem. to Mrs. C. A. Grinnell, Topsfield, Butter. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Inglisby Farm, Ips^vich, Butter. 

Bread and Cake 

50c. Grat. to Mrs. T. P. Killam, E. Box., graham bread. 

25c. Grat. to L. Peterson, Topsfield, graham bread. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to J. N'ason, W. Boxford, white bread. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to J. P. Collins, Salem, white bread. 

25c. Grat. to A. Peterson, Topsfield, white bread. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Mrs. J. H. Webster, W. Box., brown bread. 

Cake 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Vandelia Dillon, Ipswich, cake. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. J. M. Nickerson, Danvers, cake. 

Mrs. C. H. Leach, Wenham; Mrs. John W. Parkhurst, 
Boxford; Mrs. Eben B. Moulton, Ipswich, Committee. 

Canned Fruits 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Euth B. Foster, N"o. And., preserved fruit. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. F. B. Smerage, Tops., pres. fruit. 
$ 1. 3rd. prem. to T. E. Hall, Danvers, preserved fruit. 



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Jellies 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Mrs. T. E. Hall, Tanvers. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. F. P. Smerago, Topsfield. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to Euth B, Foster, No. Andover. 

Kaspbeeeies 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Mrs. F. P. Smerage. Topsfield. 
$ 1. 2nd, prem. to Mrs. Alden P. Peabody. 

Mes. Henry Hilliard, Georgetown; Miss Elizabeth 
Peabody, Topsfield; Mrs. Elbeidge Noyes, Newbury; Com- 
mittee. 

Art Department 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Mrs. Lulu Peterson, Topsfield, quilt. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. Fred Philbrick, Topsfield, quilt. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to Mrs. W. A. Kirk, Topsfield, quilt. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Mrs. F. A. Woodbury, E. Box., cro. bed sp. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Mrs. J. Perley Killam, Box., Irish crochet. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Ada Cole, Marblehead, paintings. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Mrs. M. Jaynes, Tops., braided mats. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Mrs. H. R. Shaw, Marblehead, embroidery. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Mrs. A. J. Bradstreet, Danv., cut work. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to Mrs. Mary Porter, Tops., pillow covers. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Mrs. Andrew Picker, Rowley, Afghan. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. May Jaynes, Topsfield, jacket. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Sarah Phillips, Topsfield, knitted lace. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Ella Bradstreet, Danvers, tatting. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. Lulu Peterson, Topsfield, pillow. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Miss H. Forsyth, Topsfield, stockings. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Miss B. Forsyth, Topsfield, stockings. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Mrs. J. W. Dwinnell, Topsfield, cent. pee. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Annie Woodbury, Topsfield, center piece. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. W. A. Kirk, Topsfield, center piece. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Audessa Newbegin, Danvers, pillow. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Audessa Newbegin, Danv., pillow cases, 

tow. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Mrs. Eben Jackson, Danvers, towels. 

John M. Murney, Beverly; Mrs. Geo. W. Towne, Dan- 
vers; Mrs. Ralph Putnam, Lynn, Committee. 



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Granges 

$50. 1st. prem. to Danvers Grange, No, 263. 

$■10. 2nd. prem. to West Peabody Grange, No. 305. 

$30. 3rd. prem. to Boxford Grange, No. 298. 

$20. 4th. prem. to Hamilton-Wenham Grange, No. 297. 

$10. 5th. prem. to Beverly Grange, No. 306. 

$15. 1st. prem. to Chebacco Pomona Grange, No. 26. 

$20. Special prem. to Danv. State Hosp. for arts & crafts. 



Children's Department 

Section II 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Dorothy Sears, Danvers, No. 70. 

$1.50 2nd. prem. to Mary 'Whiting, Middleton, No. 70. 

$ 1. 3rd. prem. to Isabel Diirkee,Middleton, No. 70. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Evelyn Brown, Middleton No. 71. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Catherine Sears, Danvers No. 75. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Dorothy Sears, Danvers No. 76. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Pearl Perkins, Beverly No, 78. 

$1.50 2nd. prem. to Evelyn Lunney, Beverly No. 78. 

$ 2. Grat. to Pearl Jones, Middleton No. 78, 

50c. Grat. to Carl Woodbury, No. Andover, darn. & patch'^ 

50c. Grat. to Carl Woodbury, No, x\ndover, darn. & patch'^ 

50c. Grat. to Eachael Foster, No. Andover. 

50c. Grat. to Louise ]\IcPhee, So. Hamilton. 

50c, Grat, to Louise ]\IcPhee, So. Hamilton. 

50c. Grat. to Mary McPhee, So. Hamilton. 

50c. Grat. to Dorothy Killam, So. Hamilton. 

50c. Grat. to Louise McPhee, So. Hamilton. 

50c. Grat. to Theodora Carmichael, Topsfield. 



Class VII 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Lynton W. Wright, Peabody No. 80, 

$ 1, 1st. prem. to Mabel Blanchard, Danvers No. 84. 

S'l. 1st. prem. to Thomas W. Peirce, Topsfield No. 87. 

75c, 2nd, prem. to Poland Butman, Beverly, No. 87. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to Albert Harbon, Beverly, No. 87, 



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Class IV Flowers 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Cleon Barnett, Danvers No. 45. 

$ 2. 2nd. prem, to Pearl Jones, Middleton No. 45. 

50c. Grat. to Euth L. Howe, Middleton No. 45. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Florence Case, Peabody No. 46. 

75c. 2nd. prem. to Euth S. Preston, Danvers No. 46. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to Mary Eeid, Peabody No. 46. 

50c. Grat. to Clarence Eichardson, Middleton, No. 46. 

50c. Grat. to Dorothy Ferrier, Beverly No. 46. 

50c. Grat. to Wm. Eich, Beverly No. 46. 

50c. Grat. to Edna Pedric, Beverly No. 46. 

50c. Grat. to Martha Boner, Georgetown No. 46. 

50c. Grat. to Chas. Kilham, So. Hamilton No. 46. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Albert Berry, Middleton No. 47. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Enth S. Preston, Danvers No. 48. 

75c. 2nd. prem. to Geo. 0. Peterson, Beverly No. 48. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to Martha Boner, Georgetown No. 48. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to Cleon Barnett, Danvers No. 51. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to Cleon Barnett, Danvers No. 53. 

50c. Grat. to Pearl Jones, Middleton. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Stewart Barnaby, Middleton. 

50c. 3rd. prem. to Stewart Barnaby, Middleton. 

75c. 2nd. prem. to Edna Waters, Peabody. 

50c. Grat. to John Sanborn, Danvers. 

50c. Grat. to Kenneth Eaton, Danvers. 



Class III, Vegetables 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Harold Pntnam, Peabody No. 17. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, N. Andover No. 19. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Horace Killam, Boxford, No. 21. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Lester Gerry, Georgetown No. 23. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Archie L. Jones, Middleton No. 23. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Archie L. Jones, Middleton No. 24. 

25c. 2nd. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, No. Andover No. 26. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, N. Andover No. 28. 

25c. 2nd. prem. to Mildred McNutt, Beverly No. 28. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, N. Andover No. 29. 

25c. 2iid. prem. to Callie Douglas, Middleton No. 29. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Lomeo Lebel, Danvers No. 31. 

25c. 2nd. prem. to Emile Belanger, Danvers No. 31. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Arthur Bowles, Beverly No. 33. 



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25c. 2nd. prem, to Ealph S. Foster, N. Andover No. 33. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Emile Belanger, Danvers No. 35. 

25c. 2nd. prem. to Thomas Keid, Peabody No. 35. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Earl Lord, Georgetown No. 36. 

25c. 2nd. prem. to Ester Ball, Beverly No. 36. 

25c, 2nd. prem. to Arthur Bowles, Beverly No. 37. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Esmond Hilton, Middleton No. 38. 

25c. 2nd. prem, to Ealph S. Foster, N. Andover No. 38. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Clarence Eichardson, Middleton No. 39. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Archie L. Jones, Middleton No. 41. 

25c. 2nd. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, No. Andover No. 41. 



Class I 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, No. Andover No. 1. 
$10. 1st. prem. to Leonard Hsley, Newbury No. 5. 
$ 5. 2nd. prem. to James Wood, Topsfield No. 5. 



Class III, Vegetables 

$ 2. 3rd. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, No. Andover No. 8. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, No. Andover No. 9. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Eaymond Welch, Danvers No. 9. 
$ 1. 3rd. prem. to Edward 0. McCarty, Danvers No. 9. 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to George Hardy, Groveland No. 11. 
$1.50 2nd. prem. to Myron Waldron, Groveland No. 11. 
$1.50 1st. prem. to Clement Dole, Georgetown No. 12. 
$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Jack Hollingsworth, Peabody No. 12. 
75c. 3rd. prem. to Eobert Gordon, Groveland No. 12. 
$1.50 1st. prem. to Percy Haswell, Danvers No. 13. 
$ 1. 2nd. prem. to Hervey Prentis, Danvers No. 13. 
75c. 3rd. prem. to Mary O'Neil, Danvers No. 13. 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to Thomas Cummings. Peabody No. 14. 
$1.50 2nd. prem. to Archie L. Jones, Middleton No. 14. 
$ 1. 3rd. prem. to Nellie Mannie, Peabody No. 14. 
$ 1. 1st. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, N. Andover No. 16. 
75c. 2nd. prem. to Evelyn Peatfield, Georgetown, No. 16. 
50c. 3rd. prem. to Winthrop Porter, Beverly No. 16. 



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Poultry and Pet Stock 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Leonard Ilsley, Newbury No. 55. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Lloyd Fogg, Topsfield No. 55. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to David Sears, Beverly No. 56. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, N. Andover No. 56. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Leonard Ilsley, Newbury No. 57. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Ealph Foster, No. Andover No. 57. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to David Sears, Beverly No. 58. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Leonard Ilsley, Newbury No. 58. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, N. Andover No. 59. 

$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Leonard Ilsley, Newbury No. 59. 

$ 1. 1st. prem. to Eleanor Seavey, Hamilton No. 61. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, N. Andover No. 61. 

50c. Grat. to Paul James, Georgetown No. 62. 

75c. 1st. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, N. Andover No. 62. 

50c. 2nd. prem. to Ealph S. Foster, N. Andover, No. 62, 

50c. 1st. prem. to Orrin B. Foster, N. Andover No. 63. 

50c. Grat. to Philip H. James No. 63. 

50c. 1st. prem. to Celecia Kelley, Middleton No. 65. 

$ 1. Grat. to Anna C. Birch, cat. 

50c. Grat. to P. H. James, ral:)bit. 

$ 1. Grat. to Perkins Bros., Boxford, Hamb. Sil. Sp. Hamb. 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to Beverly Schools, No. 91. 

$ 3. 2nd. prem. to Center School, Middleton No. 91. 

$ 2. 3rd. prem, to Center School, Wenham No. 91. 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to Beverly Grammar Schools No. 92. 

$ 3. 2nd. prem. to Peabody Schools No. 92. 

$ 2. 3rd. prem. to Center School, Middleton No. 92. 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to Danvers Grammar Schools, No. 93. 

$ 3. 2nd. prem. to Beverly Schools, No. 93. 

$ 2. 3rd. prem. to Peabody Schools, No. 93. 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to Beverly High School, No. 95. 

$ 3. 2nd. prem. to Peabody High School, No, 95. 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to Beverly Schools, No. 96. 

$ 3. 2nd. prem. to Peabody Schools No. 96. 

$ 2. 3rd. prem to Danvers Schools No. 96. 

$ 3. 2nd. prem. to Center School, Middleton, No. 97. 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to Beverly Schools. 

50c. Grat. prem. to Beverly Public Schools. 



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PREMIUMS AND AWARDS 

Fair of J 9 14, Topsfield, Sept. 22-23- 



The Annual meeting of the Essex Agricultural Society 
was held in Topsfield Sept. 23, 1914, President Preston in 
the chair. 

The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. 

It was Voted: — To proceed with the election of officers, 
and the following were declared elected. 



President, 

Chaeles H. Preston, Danvers. 
P. 0. Hathome. 



Vice-Presidents, 

Ellius a. Emerton", Haverhill. 
George L. Averill, Andover. 
Hiram M. Towne,. Boxford. 
Chester P. Dodge, Beverly. 

Secretary, 
Walter H. Brown", West Peabody. 

Treasurer, 
William S. Nichols, Salem. 



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It was Voted : — To take up the list of trustees, taking 
each city and town separately and revise and amend the same. 
This was done and the followinsf were declared elected. 



Trustees, 

Amesbury, John J. Mason; Andover, Samuel H. Bailey; 
Beverly, *John W. Lovett; Boxford, Clinton B. Nason; 
Danvers, J. Webb Barton; Essex, Elias Andrews; George- 
town, Henry Hilliard; Gloucester, Wm. A. Pew; Groveland, 
Samuel B. George; Hamilton, Geo. H. Gibney; Haverhill, 
J. 0. Ellison; Ipswich, Herbert W. Mason; Lawrence, Geo. 
E. Kline; Lynn, Edwin Bates; Lynnfield, John H. Perkins; 
Manchester, Lorenzo Baker; Marblehead, Thomas W. Paine; 
Merrimack, John K. Sargent; Methuen, John W. Shirley; 
Middleton, Lyman S. "Wilkins; Nahant, Henry Cabot Lodge; 
Newbury, Elbridge Noyes; Newburyport, Arthur D. Ordway; 
North Andover, John Barker; Peabody, Fred H. Wyman; 

Eockport, ; Eowley, Frank P. Todd; Salisbury, 

Geo. A. Dow; Salem^ Charles F. Hopes; Saugus, ; 

Swampscott, J. M. Grosvenor, Jr.; Topsfield, Charles J. 
Peabody ; Wenham, Charles H. Leach ; W. Newbury, Cyrus D. 
Ordway. 

A vote of thanks was extended to Mr. F. A. Smith, the 
retiring secretary, also to the school staff for their help dur- 
ing the fair. 

On notice being given that Mr. Ordway, the owner of 
the big tent that the Society has been using for the past 
few years, wished to sell the same. 

It was Voted : — That a committee consisting of the Execu- 
tive Committee and Mr. Geo. Ij. Averill and Mr. F. A. Smith 
be appointed to confer with Mr. Ordway with full power to 
act. 

F. A. Smith^ 8ec'y. 

* Deceased. 



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DEPARTMENT A. 

Fat Cattle 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to J. C. Poor, No. Andover, fat cow. 

Cows 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to Pierce Farm, Tops., herd of 5 grade cows, 
$ 3. 2nd. prem. to H. Diinleigh, Tops., herd of 5 grade cows. 
Honorable mention — Danvers State Hospital, herd of 5 grade 

heifers under 3 yrs. old. 2 calves under 1 year. 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to J. C. Poor, No. Andover, best milch cow. 
$ 3. 2nd. prem. to J. C. Poor, No. Andover, best milch cow. 



$ 



Ayrshires 

1st. prem. to F. L. Burke & Son, Byfield, bull over 3 yrs. 
1st. prem. to F. L. Burke & Son, bull under 3 yrs. 
2nd. prem. to F. L. Burke & Son, bull under 3 yrs. 
1st. prem. to Inglisby Farm, Ipswich, bull under 1 yr. 
1st. prem. to F. L. Burke & Son, Byfield, cow over 3 yrs. 
2nd. prem. to F. L. Burke & Son, cow over 3 yrs. 
1st. prem. to Inglisby Farm, Ips., heifer under 3 yrs. 
2nd. prem. to Inglisby Farm, Ips., heifer under 3 yrs. 

Guernseys 



3. 1st. prem. to Fairfield Farm, Wenham, bull over 3 yrs. 

2. 2nd. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Tops., bull over 3 yrs. 

2. 1st. prem. to Turner H. Farm, Ips., bull under 3 yrs. 

2. 1st. prem. to Fairfield Farm, Wenham, bull calf. 

1. 2nd. prem. to Fairfield Farm, Wenham, bull calf. 

3. 1st. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield, cow over 3 yrs. 
3. 1st. prem. to J. S. Lawrence, Tops., heifer under 3 yrs. 

2. 2nd. prem. to Turner H. Farm, Ips., heifer under 3 yrs. 

2. 1st. prem. to Fairfield Farm, Wenham, heifer cow. 
1. 2nd. prem. to Fairfield Farm, Wenham, heifer calf. 

HOLSTEINS 

5. 1st. prem. to J. C. Poor, No. Andover, registered herd 
of four animals, get of one sire. 

3. 2nd. prem. to J. C. Poor, No. Andover, reg. herd of four 

animals, get of one sire. 



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$ 5. 1st. prem. to J. C. Poor, JSTo. Andover, registered herd 
of one bull and four females over 2 yrs. 

$ 4. 1st. prem. to J. C. Poor, No. Andover, registered herd 
of one bull and four females under 2 years. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to T. W. Pierce,Topsfield, bulfover 3 yrs. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to J. C. Poor, No. Andover, bull under 3' yrs. 

$ 2. 2nd. prem, to Danvers State Hospital, bull imder 3 yrs. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to Danvers S. Hospital, bull under 1 yr. 

$ 1. 2nd, prem. to Ellen Fogg, Topsfield, bull under 1 yr. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to H. F. Baker, Danvers, cow over 3 yrs. 

$ 2. 2nd. prem. to J. C. Poor, No. Andover, cow over 3 yrs. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to J. C. Poor, No. And., heifer under 3 yrs. 

$ 2. 2nd. prem. to J. C, Poor, No, And., heifer under 3 yrs. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to J. C. Poor, No. And., heifer under 1 yr. 

$ 1. 2nd. prem. to J. C. Poor, No. And., heifer under 1 yr. 

Jerseys 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to T. E. Proctor, Topsfield, herd of bull and 

four females over 2 yrs. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to T. E. Proctor, Tops., bull over 3 yrs. 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to T. E. Proctor, Tops., bull under 3 yrs. 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to H. F. Baker, Danvers, bull calf. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to H. F. Baker, Danvers, cow over 3 yrs. 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to Arthur Fuller, Middleton, Devon calf. 

J. E. GiFFORD, Judge. Geo. L. Averill, Andover; S. H. 
Bailey, Andover, Committee. 



DEPAETMENT B. 
Draft and Farm 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to W. B. Carleton Jr., Danvers. 

Driving Horses 

$ 4. 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. Name: "Al- 

calva." 12 years. 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to J. W. Nichols, Danvers. Name; "King 

Nicholas." 
$ 4. 1st. prem. to Fatherland Farm, Fairfield. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to A. R. Sylvester, Boxford. 

3rd. prem. to Gravellv Brook Farm. Topsfield. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. Name : "Sabine." 



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$ 2. 2nd. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. Name : "Bava." 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to G. E. Smith, Middleton. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to J. C. Day, Bradford. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to E. R. Sylvester, Boxford. 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Fatherland Farm, Fairfield. 

3rd. prem. to Gravely Brook Farm, Topsfield. 
$ 4. 1st. prem. to J. C. Day, Bradford. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. Name : "Sabine." 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to T. W. Pierce, Topsfield. 
$ 3, 1st. prem., to John A. Day, Bradford. Name: "Joe." 
$ 5. 1st. prem. to Mrs. R. C. Young, East Boxford. 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to H. W. Mason, Ipswich. Name: "Fairy 

Queen." 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to Katherine Berry, Ipswich. 

3rd. prem. to Mrs. R. C. Young, E. Boxford. 
J. H. Nason, Boxford; H. W. Mason, Ipswich; Frank E. 
Watson, Essex; Geo. M. Round y, Lynnfield, Committee. 

$10. 1st. prem. to T. W. Pierce's "Black Lady" and Jas. A. 

Appleton's "Nightgown." 
$ 5. 2nd. prem. to E. L. Drasell's "Reparation" and R. C. 

Reese's "Free Silver." 
3rd. prem. to C. G. Rice's "Buckthorn" and "Blue 

Ridge." 
$ 6. 1st. prem. to E. L. Drasell's "Reparation." 
$ 3. 2nd. prem. to C. G. Rice's "Buckthorn." 
$ 3. 1st. prem. to C.G. Rice's "Buckthorn." 
$ 2. 2nd. prem. to J. A. Appleton's "Nightgown." 

James W. Appleton, Ipswich; Thomas W. Pierce, Tops- 
field; Dudley P. Rogers, Danvers, Committee. 

Sheep and Goats 

$ 3. Ist. prem. to Dimoii Lockwood, Box., flock Shropshire. 

$ 4. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dwyer, Lynn, flock Angora Goats. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dwyer, Lynn, Angora ram. 

$ 1. Grat., pair grade goats. 

$ 4. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dwyer, Lynn, flock of 5 milch 

goats. 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to E. F. Dwyer, Lynn, best milch goat. 

$ 1. Grat., to E. F. Dwyer, Lynn, milch goat. 

Swine 

$ 2. 1st. prem. to W. E. Haywood, Ipswich, Berkshire sow. 
$ 2. 1st. prem. to State Hospital, Danvers, 0. I. C. boar. 



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$ 5. 1st, prem. to State Hospital, Dan., grade sow & litter. 

$ 3. 2nd. prem. to State Hospital, Dan., grade sow & litter. 

$ 5. 1st. prem. to Pingree Farm, Topsfield, weened pigs. 

G-. F. Story, Judge. 

Agricultural Implements 

Gratuity to G. E. Daniels, Rowley, cart and set bog shoes. 

F. A. Russell, Methuen; C. H. Preston, Dan vers; El- 
bridge Notes, Newbury, Committee. 

Plowing 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to T. E. Proctor, Topsfield, plowing with 
two horses. 
Geo. L. Averill, Andover; L. W. Gleason, Topsfield; F. 
A. Russell, Methuen, Committee. 

$ 3. 1st. prem. to T. E. Proctor, Topsfield, plowing with 
Sulky plow. 
F. A. Russell, J. J. Mason, W. H. Hayes, Committee. 

The Lawrence Special prize was awarded to T. E. Proctor, 
Topsfield. 
F. A. Russell, Geo. L. Averill, C. J. Peabody, Commit- 
tee. 



POULTRY 

Barred Plymouth Rock 

$ 1. 1st. pen to Adin French, Peabody. 

50c. 2nd. pen to Mrs. J. C. Phillips, Beverly. 

$1.50 1st. hen, 1st. pullet, 3rd. pen to Miss Pauline Fenno, 

Rowley. 
50c. 2nd. hen to H. S. Little, Xewbury. 

Single Comb Black Minorcas 

$3.50 1st. cockerel, 1st. & 2nd. hen, 1st. pullet to H. S. 

Little, Newbury. 
$ 1. 1st. pen to Thomas Gilroy, Peabody. 
50c. 2nd. pen to Thomas H. Sawyer, Peabody. 

Light Brahma 

$ 6. 1st. & 2nd. cock, cockerel, hen & pullet to W. J. 
Marshall, Danvers. 



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White Plymouth Rock 

$ 2. 1st. cock & 1st. hen to H. S. Little, Newbury. 
$ 1. 2iid. cock & 2nd. hen to E. & G. H. Cabot, Manchester. 
3rd hen to C. H. Leach, Wenham. 

S. C. Buff Orpingtons 

$ 1.50 3rd. cock, 2nd. & 3rd. hen & 1st. pen to G-. D. Batchel- 

der, Beverly. 
$1.50 2nd. cock & 1st. cockerel to H. S. Little, Newbury. 
$ 1. 1st. cock to J. H. Gilman, Peabody. 
$2.50 1st. hen, 1st. pullet and 2nd. pen to Guy Crosby. 
$ 1. 2nd. cockerel & 2nd. pullet to Mrs. G. H. Shattuck, 

Topsfield. 

;S'. C White Orpingtons 

$ 3. 1st. hen, 2nd. cockerel, 2nd. & 3rd. pullet & 1st pen to 

Justlaid Poultry Farm, West Peabody. 
$ 2. 1st. cockerel & 1st. pullet to H. S. Little, Newbury. 

Rose Comb Buff Orpingtons 
$2.50 1st. cock & 1st. & 2nd. hen to G. D. Batchelder, Beverly. 

Blach Orpington 
$1.50 1st. & 2nd. pullet to J. H. Gilman, Peabody. 

White Cornish 

$2.50 1st. cock & 1st. & 2nd. hen to H. S. Little. 

$ 3. 1st. & 2nd. cockerel & pullet to A. W. Dodge, Wenham. 

Domique 
$1.50 1st. & 2nd. cock & hen to H. S. Little. 

Black Java 

$1.50 1st. cock & 2nd. & 3rd. hen to H. S. Little, Newbury. 
$ 1. 1st. hen to Justlaid Poultry Farm, West Peabody. 
$ 1. 1st. pullet to David Little, Newbury. 

Golden Penciled Harriburg 
$1. 1st. cock to H. S. Little. I 



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Red Caps 

$3.50 1st. & 2nd. cock & 1st. & 3rd. hen to H. S. Little. 
50c. 3rd. cock & 2nd. hen to H. E. Tenney, Rowley. 

Houdans 

$4.50 1st. cock, 1st. & 2nd. cockerel, 2nd. hen & 1st. & 2nd. 

pullet to Minnie Blagdon, Eowley. 
$ 1. 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 

Buff Cochins 

$6.50 1st & 2nd. cock, 1st. cockerel, 1st. & 2nd. hen, 1st. & 
2nd. pullet, & first pen to H. S. Little. 

Black Cochins 

$1.50 1st. cock, 2nd. & 3rd. hen to H. S. Little. 
$1.50 2nd. & 3rd. cock & 1st hen to David Little. 

Rose Comb ^Yhite Leghorns 
$ 2. 1st. cock & 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 

Black Leghorns 
$ 3. 1st. & 2nd. cock & hen to H. S. Little. 

B. B. Red Malay 
$1.50 1st. & 2nd. hen to H. S. Little. 

Buff Leghorns 
$ 2. 1st. cock & hen to H. S. Little. 

Col. Plymouth Rocks 
$2.50 1st. cock & 1st & 2nd. hen to H. S. Little. 

Blue Anddlusians 

$ 5. 1st & 2nd cock & hen & 1st. cockerel & pullet to H. S. 
Little. 

Golden Spangled Hamhurgs 
$ 1. 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 



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^yhite Wyandotte 

$ 1. 1st. pen to Dr. W. H. Hoyt, Wenham. 

50c. 2nd. pen to Dimon Lockwood, Boxford. 

oOc. 2nd. & 3rd. pullet & 3rd. pen to David C, Stranger, 

"West N'ewbnn-. 
$1.50 1st. cock & 2nd. hen to Arthur Elliot, Peabody. 
$1.50 2nd. cock & 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 
$1.50 1st. cock & 2nd. hen to Arthur Elliot, Peabody. 
$1.50 2nd. cock & 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 
$2.50 1st. & 2nd. cock & 1st. pullet to Mrs. W. E. Hayward, 

Ipswich. 

*S'. C. White Leghorn 

3rd. pen to A. C. Beckford, Danvers. 
$ 1. 1st. pen to Allen Burke, Byfield. 
50c. 2nd. pen to H. P. McKean, Jr., Beverly. 
$ 2. 1st. cock & pullet to W. H. Etheridge, Middleton. 

S. C. R. I. Red 

$ 1. 1st. pen to Ealph Foster, N"o. Andover. 

3rd. pen to Mrs. J. C. Phillips, Beverly. 
$ 1. 2nd. pen & 2nd. cock to Guy Crosby. 
$1.50 1st. & 3rd. cock, 3rd. hen & 2nd. pullet to John Dwin- 

nell, Topsfield. 
$ 4. 2nd. cock, 1st cockerel, 1st. & 2nd. hen & 1st. pullet to 
H. S. Little. 
3rd. pullet to G. P. Campbell. 

Bujf Plymouth Rocks 

$1.50 1st. cock & 2nd. & 3rd. hen to David Little. 
$1.50 2nd. cock & 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 

Silver Wyandotte 

$ 1. 1st. cock to Ed & Geo. H. Cabot, Manchester. 

3rd. cock & 3rd. hen to H. S. Little. 
50c. 2nd. cock to Pauline Fenno, Eowley, 
$1.50 1st. & 2nd. hen to C. F. Butman, Beverly Farms. 

Indian Game 

$1.50 1st., 2nd. & 3rd. pen to Mrs. C. P. Hemmingway, 
Topsfield. 



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Bearded White Polish 
$ 2. 1st. cock & 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 

R. C. R. I. Red 

$5.50 1st. & 2nd. cock, hen, cockerel & 1st. pullet to H. S. 
Little. 

Darh Cornish 
$4.50 1st. cock, cockerel, jDullet & 1st. & 2nd. hen to D. Little. 

Ancco Orpingtons 
$ 2. 1st. cock & hen to J. H. Gilman, Peabody. 

Black Hamhurg 

$ 2. 1st. cock & 1st. & 3rd. hen to Mrs. W. C. Endicott, 

Danvers. 
50c. 2nd. hen to H. S. Little. 

Campines 

$4.50 1st. & 2nd. pullet & 1st. cock, cockerel & hen to S. E. 
Goss, Beverly. 

Salmon Faverolls 
$ 1. 1st. hen to Arthur Elliot, Peabody. 

Red Laced Cornish 
$ 2. 1st. cockerel & 1st. pullet to A. W. Dodge, Wenham. 

Silver Grey Dorkings 

$1.50 1st. cock, 2nd. hen to David Little. 
$ 1. 1st. & 3rd. hen to H. S. Little. 

White Langshan 
$ 4. 1st. & 2nd. cock & hen & 1st. pullet to H. S. Little. 

Rose Comh White Orpington 

$ 5. Ist. & 2nd. cock & hen, 1st. cockerel & pullet to H. S. 
Little. 



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Silver Spangled Hamburg 

$ 4. 1st. cock, cockerel, hen & pullet to David Little. 
50c. 2nd. & 3rd. pullet to Pauline Fenno, Eowley. 

Rose Comb Buff Leghorn 
$ 1. 1st. cock to H. S. Little. 

Rose Comb Black Minocca 
$ 1. 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 

White Dorkings 
$1.50 1st. & 2nd. hen to H. S. Little. 

S. C. Broiun Leghorn 
$ 1. 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 

Buff Laced Polish 

$ 7. 1st. & 2nd. cock, cockerel, hen & pullet, & 1st pen to 
H. S. Little. 

Golden Laced Polish 

$4.50 1st. cock, cockerel & pen, & 1st. & 2nd. hen to H. S. 
Little. 

Silver Laced Polish 
$2.50 1st. cock & 1st. & 2nd. hen to H. S. Little. 

White Polish 
$ 4. 1st. & 2nd. cock & hen & 1st. cockerel to H. S. Little. 

W. C. Black Polish 
$4.50 1st. & 2nd. cock, hen & cockerel to H. S. Little. 

White Cochins 
$ 4. 1st. cock, 1st. & 2nd. hen & pullet to H. S. Little. 

Black Red Game 
$ 1. 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 



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Silver Duck Wing Game 
$1.50 1st. & 2nd. hen to H. S. Little. 

White Face Blade Spanish 
$ 2. 1st. cock & hen to H. S. Little. 

S. C. White Minorca 
$ 1. 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 

Silver Penciled Wyandotte 
$ 3. 1st. cock, cockerel & pullet to H. S. Little. 

Partridge Wyandotte 
$ 2. 1st. cock & hen to H. S. Little. 

Black Wyayidotte 

1st. & 2nd. cock, hen & pullet & 1st cockerel and pen to 
H. S. Little. 

Golden Wyandotte 
$ 4. 1st. & 2nd. cock & hen & 1st. cockerel to H. S. Little. 

Buff Wyandotte 

$1.50 1st. cock & 2nd. & 3rd. hen to David Little. 
$ 1. 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 

Partridge Cochins 
$2.50 1st. cock & 1st. & 2nd. hen to David Little. 

Anconias 
$ 2. 1st. cockerel & 1st. pullet to H. S. Little. 

Dark B)-ahma 
$ 1. 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 

Birchan Bantams 

$ 1. 2nd. cock & 2nd. hen to David Little. 
$ 2. 1st. & 3rd. cock & hen to H. S. Little. 



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Black Bed Bantams 
$3.50 1st. cock & 1st & 2nd. hen to H. S. Little. 

Blade Game Bantams 
1st. & 2nd. cock & hen to H. S. Little. 

Brown Red Bantams 

$1.50 1st. & 3rd. hen, 2nd. pullet to H. S. Little. 
$ 3. 1st. & 2nd, cockerel, 1st. & 3rd. pullet & 2nd. hen to 
David Little. 

White Booted Bantams 
$ 1. 1st. pen to Danvers Poultry yards. 

Barred Rock Bantams 
$ 2. 1st. cock & hen to H. S. Little. 

Blacli Rose Comb Bantams 
$ 2. 1st. cock & hen to H. S. Little. 

Silkies 

50c. 2nd. hen to David Little. 

$2.50 1st. & 2nd. cock & 1st hen to H. S. Little. 

White Cochin Bantams 
$2.50 1st. cock & 1st. & 2nd. hen to H. S. Little. 

Black Tail Jap. Bantams 

$ 2. 1st. cock & hen to H. S. Little. 
$ 1. 2nd. cock & hen to David Little. 

Red Pyle Bantams 
$2.50 1st. cock & 1st. & 2nd. hen to H. S. Little. 

White Game Bantams 
$ 1. 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 

Malay Game Bantams 
$2.50 1st. cock & 1st. & 2nd. hen to H. S. Little. 



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Light Brahma Bantams 

$3.50 1st. cock, cockerel & pullet & 2nd. & 3rd. hen to David 

Little. 
50c. 2nd. & 3rd. cock, 1st. hen to H. S. Little. 

Canadian Geese 

$ 2. 1st. old & young pair to H. S. Little. 
50c. 2nd. old to David Little. 

Toulouse Geese 

$ 1. 1st. young pair to H. L. Little. 

$ 1. 1st. old pair to Fairfield Farm, Wenham. 

BroiDn China Geese 

$ 2. 1st. old & young pair to H. S. Little. 
50c. 2nd. old to David Little. 

African Geese 

$ 1. 1st. young pair to H. S. Little. 

f 1. 1st. old pair to Mrs. Chas. Hemingway, Topsfield. 

50c. 2nd. old pair to Lyman Wilkins, Middleton. 

Emden Geese 

$ 1. 1st. old pair to Mrs. G. H. Shattuck, Topsfield. 
$ 1. 1st. young pair to H. S. Little. 

]yhite Guinea 
$ 1. 1st. pair to H. S. Little. 

Pearl Guinea 

$ 1. 1st. young to Mrs. F. P. Hall, Danvers. 
$ 1. 1st. old pair to H. S. Little. 

Mallard Ducks 

$ 1. 1st. pair to H. S. Little. 

50c. 2nd. pair to Mrs. F. P. Hall, Danvers. 



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Indian Runner DucJcs 
$ 1. 1st. pair to Lawrence Perkins, Beverly. 

Pehin DucJcs 

$ 1. 1st. pair to Lawrence Perkins, Beverly. 
50c. 2nd. pair to Pauline Fenno, Eowley. 

3rd. pair to Jnstlaid Poultry Farm, "West Peabody. 
$ 1. 1st. young pair to J. E. Proctor, Ipswich. 

Roman DucJcs 

$ 1. 1st pair to David Little. 
50c. 2nd. pair to J. E. Proctor. 

Cayuga DucJcs 

$ 1. 1st. old pair to David Little. 

$ 2. 1st. & 2nd. young & 2nd. old to H. S. Little. 

Blue SwedisJi DucJcs 

$1.50 1st. & 2nd. old to David Little. 
$1.50 1st. & 2nd. young to H. S. Little. 

WJiite Muscovey DucJcs 
$1.50 1st. & 2nd. old pair .to H. S. Little. 

Colored Muscovey 

$1.50 1st. & 2nd. old to H. S. Little. 
3rd. to Fairfield Farm. 

Wild DucJcs 

$1.50 1st. & 2nd. to W. Hobart Clark, Danvers. 

Crested DucJcs 

$1.50 1st. & 2nd. to H. S. Little. 

White Call DucJcs 

$ 1. 1st. old pair to H. S. Little. 
$ 1. 1st. young pair to H. S. Little. 



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Grey Call Duchs 

$ 1. 1st. old pair to David Little. 

$1.50 1st. & 2nd. young pair to H. S. Little. 

BlacJc India Ducks 
$ 3. 1st. & 2nd. old & young pair to H. S. Little. 

Bronze Tiirl-eys 

$ 1. 1st. young pair to Pauline Fenno, Eowley. 
$ 1. 1st. old pair to Pauline Fenno, Rowley. 
$ 1. 2nd old & young pair to Mrs. F. P. Hall, Danvers. 
3rd. old pair to James Wood, Topsfield. 

White Turkeys 
$ 1. 1st. to Thomas Proctor. 

Golden Pheasants 
1st. pair to H. S. Little. 

Silver Pheasants 
1st. pair to H. S. Little. 

English Pheasants 

1st. pair to H. S. Little. 
Blue Eibbons to — 

Dr. J. C. Phillips for collection of Pheasants. 
Mrs. F. P. Hall for Turkey and young. 
Miss Pauline Fenno for Turkey and young. 

Collection of Pigeons 

$a50 to H. S. Little. 

$4.50 to David Little. 

$1.50 to Ralph Foster, No. Andover. 

50c. to John Whittier, West Boxford. 

25c. to Henry H. Bohlen. 

50c. for Pink Eye Rabbits to H. S. Little. 

50c. for Angora Rabbits to H. S. Little. 



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Apples. 

Collection of Apples. 1st to Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 

$4; 2nd to Benjamin Pearson, Byfield, $2; 3rd to J. 

W. Nichols, Danvers, $1. 
Barrel of Apples. 1st. to Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, $3. 
Box of Apples. 1st, to Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, $3; 2nd 

to Enfield W. Plummer, Lynnfield. 
Baldwins. 1st. to Q. H. Nason, West Boxford. $1.50; 3nd 

to Elbridge Noyes, Newbury, $1; 3rd to Turner Hill 

Farm, Ipswich. 50c. 
Mcintosh Eed. 1st to Mrs. G. L. Averill, Andover, $1.50; 

2nd to Mrs. G. L. Averill, Andover, $1.; 3rd to F. Per- 
kins, Topsfield, 50c. 
E. I. Greenings. 1st to M. J. Cain, Lynnfield, $1.50; 2nd 

to C. H. Leach, Wenham, $1.; 3rd to H. M. Killam, 

West Boxford, 50c. 
Gravenstein. 1st to J. 0. Goodale, West Peabodv, $1.50; 

2nd to G. L. Averill, Andover, $1.; 3rd to Mrs. W. F. 

Barnett, Danvers, 50c. 
Eoxbury Russett. 1st to F. L. True, Salisbury, $1.50; 2nd to 

Elbridge Noyes, $1 ; 3rd to A. S. Longfellow, Groveland, 

50c. 
Northern Spy. 1st to Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, $1; 2nd 

to B. H. Farnum, No. Andover, 50c. 
Hubbardston. Ist to C. H. Leach, Wenham, $1 ; 2nd to Henry 

Hilliard, Georgetown, 50c. 
Sutton Beauty. 1st to Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, $1; 2nd 

to J. 0. Goodale, West Peabody, 50c. 
Tompkins King. 1st. to David Little, Newbury, $1; 2nd 

to E. A. Lunt, Newbury. 
Tolman Sweet. 1st to F. L. True, Salisbury, $1; 2nd to 

James Wood, Topsfield, 50c. 
Wealthy. 1st to Turner Hill Farm, $1 ; 2nd to David Little, 

Newbury, 50c. 
Wagner. 1st to J. Webb Barton, Danvers, $1; 2nd to Turner 

Hill Farm, Ipswich, 50c. 
Fameuse (Snow). 1st to Elbridge Noyes, Newbury, $1; 

2nd to C. H. Leach, Wenham, 50c. 
Wolf Eiver. 1st to Fair View Farm, Ipswich, $1; 2nd to 

Turner Hill Farm, 50c. 
Chenango Strawberry. 1st to Turner Hill Farm, 75c. 
Porter. 1st to Fair View Farm, Ipswich, 75c. 
Alexander. 1st to A. H. Wellman, Topsfield, 75c. 



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Maiden Blush. 1st to Turner Hill Farm, Ipswich, 75c. 
Ben Davis. 1st to Turner Hill Fann, Ipswich, 75c. 
Jonathan. 1st to Fair View Farm, Ipswich, 75c. 
Golden Russet. 1st to H. M. Killam, W. Boxford, 75c. 
Ladies Sweet. 1st to Enfield W. Plummer, Lynnfield, 75c. 
Duchess. 1st to C. H. Leach, Wenham, 75c. 
Transcendent Crab. 1st to Fair View Farm, Ipswich, 75c. 
Hyslop Crab. 1st. to F. L. True, Salisbury, 75c. 
Any other varieties. 1st to Fair View Farm, Ipswich, $1; 
2nd to E. A. Lunt, Newbury. 

Peaks 

Collection of Pears, 1st to Fair View Farm, Ipswich, $3. 
Bartlett. 1st to Fair View Farm, Ipswich, $1.50; 2nd to F. 

L. True, Salisbury, $1 ; 3rd to W. B. Carlton, Danvers, 

50c. 
Bosc. 1st to N. H. Poor, Danvers, $1.50; 2nd to Geo. A. 

Knight, $1 ; 3rd to M. S. Perkins Co., Danvers, 50c. 
Seckel. 1st to Fair View Farm, Ipswich, $1.50; 2nd to J. 

Henry Nason, Boxford, $1; 3rd to Turner Hill Farm, 

Ipswich, 50c. 
Sheldon. 1st to J. C. Poor, No. Andover, $1.50; 2nd to N. 

P. Bates, Hathorne, $1 ; 3rd to M. J. Cain, Lynnfield, 

50c. 
Anjou. 1st to Fair View Farm, Ipswich, $1; 2nd to M. J. 

Cain, Lynnfield, 50c. 
Lawrence. 1st to J. C. Poor, No. Andover, $1 ; 2nd to Fair 

View Farm, Ipswich, 50c. 
Vicar. 1st to Patrick Cotter, Salem, 75c. 
Belle Lucrative. 1st to W. H. Brown, "West Peabody, 75c. 
Urbaniste. 1st to H. W. Munroe, Lynnfield, 75c. 
Any other variety. 1st to Patrick Cotter, Salem, $1 ; 2nd to J. 
Clairgeau. 1st to C. I. Aylwaid, Wenham, 75c. 

C. Poor, No. Andover, 50c. 

Plums 

Collection. 1st to W. T. Hutchinson, Danvers, $2; 2nd 
to M. S. Perkins Co., Danvers, $1.50 ; 3rd to M. J. Cain, 
Lynnfield, $1 ; Gratuity to J. H. Tenney, Rowley, 75c. 

Grapes 

Concord. 1st to James Wood, Topsfield, $1. 
Delaware. 1st to James Wood, Topsfield, $1. 



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Worden. 1st to J. Webb Barton, Danvers, $1 ; 2nd to James 
Wood, Topsfield, 50c. 

Brighton. 1st to J. Webb Barton, Danvers, $1 ; 2nd to J. C. 
Day, Bradford. oOc. 

Niagara. 1st to Mrs. W, F. Barnett, Danvers, $1; 2nd to 
James Wood, Topsfield, 50c. 

Moore's Diamond. 1st to Wm. B. Foster, 75c. 

Green Mountain. 1st to James Wood, Topsfield, 75c. 

Strawberries. Grat. to Mrs. S. Fenno, Rowley, 50c. 

Cranberries. 1st to Wm. Cole, Boxford, $1 ; 2nd to G. R. 
Hardy, Rowley, 50e. ; Grat. to Mrs. L. E. Pulsifer, Pea- 
body, for Raspberries, 75c.; Grat. to M. J. Cain, Lynn- 
field, Quince, 50c. 

Vegetables 

Collection. 1st to Mrs. Chas. P. Hemmenway, Topsfield, $5 ; 

2nd to Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Rowley, $3 ; 3rd to Mrs. A. P. 

Goodell, Salem, $1. 
Display of Melons. 1st to H. W. Mason, Ipswich, $3; 2nd. 

to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, $2 ; 3rd to W. H. Brown, $1. 
Display of Potatoes. 1st to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, $3; 

2nd to H. N. Towne, Boxford, $2 ; 3rd to Endicott Farm, 

Danvers, $1. 
Display of Tomatoes. 1st to James Wood, Topsfield, $2; 

2nd to Mrs. Geo. V. L. Meyer, Hamilton, $1; 3rd to 

Mrs. H. W. Mason, Ipswich, 50c. 
Display of Peppers. 1st to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, $1.50; 

2nd to E. D. Call, Beverly, 75c. 
Display of Celery. 1st to Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Rowley, $1.50; 

2nd to C. A. Campbell, 75c. 
Display of Cauliflower. 1st to W. K. Cole, Boxford, $1.50. 
Displav of Sweet Corn. 1st to C. A. Hobbs, Hamilton, $2; 

2nd to J. W. Parkhurst, Boxford, $1. 
Display of Squashes. 1st to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, $2. 

Beans 

Wax. 1st to J. Webb Barton, Danvers, $1. 

Lima. 1st to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, $1; 2nd to L. C. 

Fenno, Rowley, 50c. 
Shell. 1st to Endicott Farm, Danvers, $1. 
Green String. 1st to Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Rowlev, $1 ; 2nd to 

J. Webb Barton, 50c. 



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Beets 

Eclipse. 1st to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, $1; 2nd to El- 
bridge Noyes, Newburv, 50c. 

Egyptian. 1st to J. W. Parkhurst, Boxford, $1 ; 3nd to El- 
bridge Noyes, Newbury, 50c. 

Edmunds. 1st to J. W. Parkhurst, Boxford, $1 ; 3nd to El- 
bridge Noyes, Newbury, 50c. 

Detroit Bed. 1st to W. K. Cole, Boxford, $1. 



Carrots 

Danvers. 1st to J. 0. Goodale, W. Peabody, $1 ; 2nd to Mrs. 
L. C. Fenno, Eowley, 50c. 

Any Short Variety. Mrs. L. C. Fenno, Eowley, $1 ; 2nd to 
Willis G. Dodd, Peabody, 50c. 

Cabbage, Stone Mason. 1st to W. K. Cole, Boxford, $1; 
Savoy, 1st to Mrs. G. Von L. Meyer, Hamilton, $1; 
Red, 1st to Willis Dodd, Peabody; 2nd to W. K. Cole, 
Boxford, 50c. 

Corn. Yellow Bantam. 1st to J. 0. Goodale, W. Peabody, $1 ; 
2nd to Frank Batchelder, Danvers, 50c. 

Cucumbers. White Spine. 1st to W. H. Brown, West Pea- 
body, $1. 

Egg Plant. 1st to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, $1 ; 2nd to Paul 
Killam, Boxford, 50e. 

Onions. 1st to J. W. Goodale, Danvers, $1 ; James Wood, 
Topsfiekl, $1 ; C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, $1 ; H. W. Ma- 
son, Ipswich, $1 ; three 2nd prizes to James Wood, Tops- 
field, $1.50; 2nd to Endicott Farm, Danvers, 50c. 

Parsnips. 1st to Mrs. H. W. Mason, Ipswich, $1 ; 2nd to 
Endicott Farm, Danvers, 50c. 

Cauliflower. 1st to J. 0. Goodale, West Peabody, $1.. 

Peppers. 1st to James Wood, $1 ; 2nd to C. A. Campbell, 
Ipswich, 50c. 

Potatoes. 1st prizes to J. W. Parkhurst, Boxford; Wm. K. 
Cole, Boxford; 3 to Elbridge Noyes, Newbury. 2nd 
prizes to E. L. Hall, Amesbury; 6 to W. H. Brown, West 
Peabody; Frank Batchelder, Danvers; 3 to Endicott 
Farm, Danvers; A. F. Curtis, Boxford; H. C. Ken- 
drop, Danvers; Mrs. Geo. Von L. Meyer, Hamilton; H. 
W. Munroe, Lynnfield ; A. M. Harrigan, Wenham. 2nd 
to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich. 



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Euta Bega. 1st to Mrs. Gr. V. L. Meyer, Hamilton, $1; 2ud 

to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, 50c. 
Squash. 1st prizes to J. W. Parkhurst, Boxford ; Mrs. Geo, 

V. L. Meyer, Hamilton ; Willis G. Dodd, Peabody ; Frank 

Batchelder, Danvers; N. P. Clark, Danvers. 2nd prizes 

to J. W. Parkhurst, Boxford; W. K. Cole, Boxford; B. 

P. Danforth, West Peabody; Mrs. H. W. Mason, Ipswich; 

Frank Batchelder, Danvers. 
Turnips. 1st to Mrs. Geo. V. L. Meyer, Hamilton, $1; 2nd 

to H. M. Killam, Boxford, oOc. 
Mangle. 1st to W. H. Brown, West Peabody, $1 ; 2nd to Mrs. 

L. C. Fenno, Eowley, 50c. 

Flowers 

Begonias. 1st to J. S. Lawrence, Topsfield, $1. 

Collection of cut flowers, cultivated. 1st to E. F. Dwyer & 
Son, Lynn, $3 ; 2nd to Frank H. Anderson, No. Andover, 
$2. 

Collection of cut flowers, native. 1st to Florence M. iVverill, 
No. Andover, $3 ; 2nd to John Killam, Boxford, $2. 

Bouquets for Vases, 1st to Florence M. Averill, No. An- 
dover, $1 ; 2nd to Margaret Wood, Topsfield, 50c. 

Bouquets, native. 1st to Margaret Wood, Topsfield, $1 ; 2nd 
to Florence M. Averill, No. Andover, 50c. 

Basket native flowers. 1st to Mrs. C. W. Paul, No. Andover, 
$1. 

Basket garden flowers. 1st to Mrs. W. E. Northey, Topsfield, 
$1; 2nd to Peirce Farm, Topsfield, 50c; 3rd to S. D. 
Peirce, Topsfield, 

Arrangement of native flowers and autumn leaves, 1st to 
Margaret Wood, Topsfield, $2; 2nd to Clara A, Brad- 
street, Danvers, $1, 

Floral designs cultivated flowers, 1st to Mabel Danforth, 
West Peabody, $3 ; 2nd to Florence M, Averill, No. An- 
dover, $2. 

Floral designs native flowers. 1st to Mrs. C. W. Paul, No. 
Andover, $3 ; 2nd to Mabel Danforth, West Peabody, $2. 

Collection of Pansies. 1st to J. W. Peirce, Topsfield, $2; 
2nd to Florence M. Averill, No. Andover, $1. 

Dahlias, large flowering. 1st to William Symonds, Marble- 
head, $1 ; 2nd to William Symonds, Marblehead, 50c, 

Dahlias, Pompon & Lilliputian, 1st to E, F. Dwyer & Son, 
Lynn, $1. 



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Dahlias, single or Lilliputian. 1st to "W, H, Symonds, Mar- 
bleheacl, $1 ; 2nd to W. H. Symonds, Marblehead, oOc. 

Cactus Dahlias. 1st to W. H. Symonds, Marblehead, $1 ; 2nd 
to W. H. Symonds, Marblehead, 50c. 

Double Geraniums. 2nd to Arthur Elliott, Peabody, $1. 

Verbenas. 1st to Florence M. Averill, No. Andover, $1. 

Twenty-four garden annuals. 1st to Florence M. Averill, 
No. Andover, $1 ; 2nd to Peirce Farm, Topsfield, 50c. 

Twenty-four Calendulas. 1st to Florence M. Averill, No. 
Andover, $1. 

Twenty-four double Victoria Asters. 1st to Florence M. Av- 
erill, No. Andover, $1, 

Twenty-four branching asters. 1st to Florence M. Averill, 
No. Andover, $1. 

12 Phlox. 1st to Wm. Symonds, Marblehead, $1. 

12 Nasturtiums. 1st to Arthur Elliot, Peabody, $1. 

24 Pansies. 1st to Margaret Wood, Topsfield, $1. 

24 Zinnias. 1st to Mrs. W. E. Northey, Topsfield, $1. 

24 Marigolds. 1st to Arthur Elliot, Peabody, $1. 

24 Dwarf Marigolds. 1st to F. M. Averill, N. Andover, $1. 

24 Petunias. 1st to Miss Helen Holmes, Georgetown, $1. 

Display of Coxcomb. 1st to Mrs. H. W. Mason, Ipswich, $1. 

12 Scabiosas. 1st to K. F. Wellman, Topsfield, $1. 

12 Delphiniums. 1st to F. M. Averill, No. Andover, $1. 

12 Salpiglosis. 1st to Mrs. H. W. Mason, Ipswich, $1. 

Collection of Sweet Peas. 1st to Mrs. H. W. Mason, Ips- 
wich, $1. 



Grain and Seed 

Peck of Field Beans. 1st to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, $1. 
Peck of Winter Rye. 1st to C. A. Campbell, Ipswich, $1. 
10 ears Flint Corn. 1st to H. Jones, Georgetown, $2 ; 2nd to 

A. S. Longfellow, Groveland, $1 ; 3rd to J. W. Yeaton, 

Georgetown, 50c. 

John S. Laivrence Special. 

Best 25 ears of corn grown in Essex Co., to H. Jones, George- 
town, $10. 

Best single ear of corn grown in Essex Co., to Ealph Jones, 
Georgetown, $5. 



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Beead and Cake 

Loaf Graham Bread. 1st to Mrs. T. P. Killam, Boxford, $1. 
Loaf White Bread. 1st to Jennie Nason, Boxford, $1. 
Loaf Brown Bread. 1st to Ruth Webster, West Boxford, $1. 
Display of Cake. 1st to Jennie F. Nason, West Boxford, $2. 
2nd to Mrs. Joseph Nickerson, Danvers, $1. 

Canned Fruits 

Collection of preserved fruit in jars. 1st to Mrs. Ernest L. 

Souther, No. Andover, $3; 2nd to Mrs. H. F. Dodge, 

Ipswich, $2 ; 3rd to Mrs. C. H. Potter, Topsfield, $1. 
Collection of Jellies. 1st to Mrs. C. H. Potter, Topsfield, $2 ; 

2nd to Mrs. T. P. Killam, Boxford, $1; 3rd to Mrs. 

Ernest L. Souther, No. Andover, 50c. 
Pickles. 1st to Mrs. H. F. Dodge, Ipswich, $2 ; 2nd to Mrs. 

C. H. Potter, Topsfield, $1. 
Display of Raspberries (canned). 1st to Mrs. C. I. Aylard, 

Wenham, $2. 
Display of Currents. 1st to Elizabeth Peabody, Topsfield, $2 ; 

2nd to Mrs. H. F. Dodge, Ipswich, $1. 
Honey. Comb honey. 1st to A. H. Wellman, Topsfield, $1.50. 

Paintings 

Grat, 50c. to Mrs. A. E. Smith, Middleton; 75c. to Mrs. H. 
T. Fletcher, Topsfield; $1 to Mrs. H. D. Wilkins, Mar- 
blehead; 75c. to Mrs. Chas. Tuttey, East Boxford; 75c. 
to Mrs. 0. T. Wood, Danvers; $1 to Mary Currier, 
Amesbury; $1 to Gertrude Bradstreet, Topsfield; $2 to 
Mrs. F. E. Richardson, Rowley; 75c. to Mrs. Haskell, 
Beverly; $1 to Mrs. Poole, Topsfield; 75c. to C. G. 
Wallis, Salem; 75c. to Elizabeth Kimball, Hamilton; 
75c, to Sarah Phillips, Topsfield ; 50c. to Evelyn Perley, 
Ipswich. Special to Mrs. E. R. Randall, Topsfield. 

Grange Exhibit 

$50 First premium to Danvers Grange. 

40 Second premium to West Peabody Grange. 

30 Third premium to Topsfield Grange. 

20 Fourth premium to Beverly Grange. 

10 Fifth premium to Boxford Grange. 
Grat. Hamilton and Wenham. 



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CHILDREN'S AND YOUTH'S DEPARTMENT 

Judging. 1st prize to J. E. Eastwood, Danvers; 2nd and 

3rd divided between H. B. Eeid, Amesbury, Mass., and 

W. B. Law, Lynnfield. 
Collection of Vegetables. 1st to Jack Proctor, Ipswich, $5; 

2nd to Ralph Foster, No. Andover, $3. 
Collection of Vegetables, less than 10 varieties. 1st to 

James Wood, Topsfield, $3; 2nd to Ralph Foster, No. 

Andover, $2; 3rd to Ray Welch, Danvers, $1. 
Peck of Potatoes. 1st to Howard Gordon, Danvers, $2 ; 2nd 

to G. S. Barnaby, $1.50; 3rd to W. B. Law, Jr., Lynn- 
field, $1. 
Best plate of seven Green Mt. Potatoes. 1st to Clement Dole, 

Georgetown, $1.50 ; 2nd to L. F. Gerry, Georgetown, $1 

3rd to G. S. Barnaby, Middleton, 75c. 
Seven Potatoes, any variety. 1st to J. E. Eastwood, Danvers 

$1.50; 2nd to Ben. Evans, Middleton, $1; 3rd to W. B 

Law, Jr., Lynnfield, 75c. 
Ten ears Flint Corn. 1st to Thomas Cummings, Peabody, ^ 

2nd to Marguerite Smith, Peabody, $1.5"0; 3rd to Ethel 

Waters, Peabody, $1. 
Five ears Pop Corn. 1st to Elmer Jones, Georgetown, $1; 

2nd to Clinton A. Elliott, Peabody, 75c. 
Single ear Flint Corn. 1st to Marguerite Smith, Peabody, 

$1 ; 2nd to Thomas Cummings, Peabody, 75c. ; 3rd to 

Lester Gerry, Georgetown, 50c. 
Five ears Sweet Corn. 1st to Lester Gerry, Georgetown, $1 ; 

2nd to James Wood, 75c; 3rd to Mildred MacDonald, 

Peabody, 50c. 
Eetail Package of Fruit. 1st to Jack Proctor, Ipswich, $2; 

2nd to Stanley De Quay, Georgetown, $1.50; 3rd to C. 

Harold Merrill, Danversport, $1. 
Squashes. 1st to Ed. Hopping, Boxford, 75c; 2nd to W. B. 

Law, Jr., Lynnfield, 50c. 
Pumpkins. 1st to John Wilkins, Georgetown, 75c. 
Cabbage. 1st to W. B. Law, Jr., Lynnfield, 75c.; 2nd to 

Chas. Preston, Danvers, 50c. 
Cauliflower. 1st to J. E. Eastwood, Danvers, 75c. 
Muskmelons. 1st to Ed. Hopping, Boxford, 75c.; 2nd to 

Lester Gerry, Georgetown, 50c. 
Cucumbers. 1st to Gertrude Russell, Danvers, 50c. 
Turnips. 1st to Howard Gordon, Danvers, 50c. 



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Beets. 1st to Eoy D. Gushing, Danvers, 50e; 2nd to Chas. 

Preston, Danvers, 25c. 
Beans. 1st to Ealph Foster,No. Andover, 50c.; 2nd to Ed. 

Hopping, Boxford, 25c. 
One quart Shelled Beans. 1st to Christian Bugnon, George- 
town, 50c.; 2nd to George Paignon, Georgetown, 25c, 
Carrots. 1st to Ed Hopping, Boxford, 50c; 2nd to Howard 

Gordon, Danvers, 25c. 
Parsnips. 1st to Elwood Neil, Danvers, 50c. 
Tomatoes. 1st to Lester Gerry, Georgetown, 50c. ; 2nd to W. 

B. Law, Jr., Lynnfield, 25c. 
Peppers. 1st to Ed Hopping, Boxford, 50c; 2nd to Howard 

Gordon, Danvers, 25c. 
Onions. 1st to James Wood, Topsfield, 50c; 2nd to Adeline 

Belanger, Danvers, 25c. 
One Squash. 1st to Dana Killam, Topsfield, 50c.; 2nd to 

"W. B. Law, Jr., Lynnfield, 25c. 
One Pumpkin. 1st to Ben Evans, Middleton. 50c.; 2nd to 

James Wood, Topsfield, 25c. 
One Cabbage. 1st to Gertrude Russell, Danvers, 50c ; 2nd to 

Ealph Foster, N. Andover, 25c. 
One Cauliflower. 1st to J. E. Eastwood, Danvers, 50c; 2nd 

to Stanley De Quay, Georgeto-wn, 25c. 
One Watermelon. 1st to Lester Gerry, Georgetown, 50c. 
Vegetables sold to Customers. (Bills attached). 1st to J. 

Harold Seely. Salem, $3; 2nd to Stanley De Quay, 

Georgetown, $2. 
Collection of Asters. 1st to Doris Green, Peabody, $1 ; 2nd 

to Evelyn Munso, Georgetown, 75c; 3rd to Thurlow 

Brown, Georgetown, 50c.; Grat. to Kathleen Hallahan, 

Peabody, 25c. 
Collection of Cut Flowers. 1st to Jack Proctor, Ipswich, $3; 

2nd to Cleon Barnett, Danvers, $2; 3rd to Eodman 

Nowers, Danvers, $1. 
Collection of Dahlias. 1st to Sumner A. Perkins, Danvers, 

$1; 2nd to Albert Berry, Middleton, 75c; 3rd to Gladys 

Smith, Peabody, 50c. 
Collection of Zinnias. 1st to Ruth S. Preston, Danvers, $1 ; 

2nd to Franklin Eeed, Peabody, 75c; 3rd to Linden 

McCracken, Peabody, 50c. 
Collection of Gladioli. 1st to Sumner A. Perkins, Danvers, 

$1 ; 2nd to Jack Proctor, Ipswich, 75c. 
Collection of Eoses. 1st to Jack Proctor, Ipswich, $1. 



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Collection of Petunias. 1st to Bessie D. Brown, George- 
town, $1; 2nd to Cleon Barnett, Danvers, 75c. 

Collection of Verbenas. 1st to Jack Proctor, Ipswich, $1. 

Collection of Nasturtiums. 3rd to Mary Whiting, Middleton, 
50c. 

Collection of China Pinks. 2nd to Clinton Elliott, Peabody, 
75c. 

Scoring three loaves of Bread. 1st to F. W. Mangold, Dan- 
vers, $2. 

Loaf Wliite Bread. 1st to Mary Cannody, Peabody, $1 ; 2nd 
to Eachel Foster, No. Andover, 75c; 3rd to Virginia 
Blaisdell, Georgetown, 50c; Grat. to Maiy L. Sears, Dan- 
vers, 25c. 

Pot of Baked Beans. 1st to Pearl Jones, Middleton, $1 ; 2nd 
to Mary ^Vhiting, Middleton, 75c. ; 3rd to Isabelle Dur- 
kee, Middleton, 50c. 

Collection of Canned Fruit. 1st to Pearl Jones, Middleton, 
$2. 

Collection of Jelly. 1st to Pearl Jones, Middleton, $2. 

Collection of Pickles. 1st to Pearl Jones, Middleton, $2. 

Specimen of Darning and Patching. 1st to Edith Haines and 
Grace Bagley Peabody, $1; 2nd to Gertrude Lfcach and 
Louisee Burbeck, Peabody, 75c. 

Miniature Model Farm. 1st to Esther Perley, Boxford, $5 ; 
2nd to Centerville School, Beverly, $4. 

Buff Cochin Bantam. 1st cockerel and 1st pullet to Eoy Os- 
born, Middleton. 

Pair Ducks. 1st to John Whittier, Boxford, $1; 2nd to S. 
A. Perkins, Danvers, 50c. 

Pair of Geese. 1st to S. P. Couch, Danvers, $1. 

Pair Pigeons. 1st to Leland E. Hutchinson, Danvers, $1; 
2nd to Harold Blodgett, Danvers, 50c. 

E. I. Eed Cockerel. 1st to Ethel Kelly, Middleton, $1. 

Aehitt Leghorns. 1st. ckl., 1st and 2nd pullet to W. B. 
Law, Jr., Lynnfield, $2.50. 

S. C. E. I. Eed. 2nd Cockerel, 1st cock to F. C. Frame, $1.50. 

E. C. E. I. Eed. 1st cockerel, 1st and 2nd pullet to F. C. 
Frame, $2.50. 

Pair Eabbits. 1st to Fred Weeden, 50c; 2nd to Ealph 
Greaves, 25c. 



75 
School Exhibit 

1st prem. to Centre School, Middleton, $5; 2nd prem. to 

Centre School, Georgetown, $3; 3rd prem, to South 

Grammar, Groveland. 
Collection of Drawings. 1st to Centre School, Middleton, $3. 
Collection of Drawings of Fowers and Fruit. 1st to Danvers, 

$3; 2nd to Methuen School, $2; Extra 1st to Methuen 

High School for Art work, $3. 
Sewing. 1st to Peabody, $3 ; 2nd to Methuen, $2. 
Basketry. 1st to Methuen, $3; 2nd to Centre School, Mid- 

dleton,_$2. 
Cooking. 1st to Methuen, $3. 



Manual Training 

Book case. 1st to James W. Frost, Georgetown, $1.50. 

Table. 1st to Eoland Winn, Central School, Methuen, $1.50 

Stools. 1st to Arthur Carlson, Arlington St. School, Methuen, 
$1; 2nd to Eaymond Metzer, Ashford St. School, Me- 
thuen, 75c. 

Umbrella Eack and Hat Trees. 1st to Paul H. Young, Mid- 
dleton, $1. 

Lathe Work. 1st to Stanley DeQuay, Georgetown, $1. 

Tabourettes. 1st to Leslie Winslow, Methuen, $1; 2nd to 
Edgar Leach, Methuen, 75c. 

Any Article. 1st to Harry Hiomade, Estin Eamsbosthan, 
Herbert Hoeppien, Chas. Weinhold, Wm. Nealey, Ed. 
Campling, Warren E. Stowers, all of Methuen, 75 cents 
each; 2nd to Archie L. Jones, Middleton, Eugene Keyes, 
Wm. Nealey, Eaymond Metzner of Methuen, 50 cents 
each; 3rd to Warren Stowers and Eaymond Metzer, 
Methuen, 25 cents each. 

Article made at home. 1st to Helen Miller, Maple St., Dan- 
vers, Eena Batchelder, Wenham Centre, $1 each; 2nd to 
Marion Powers, Danvers, 75 cents; 3rd to Margaret Kir- 
by, Danvers, 50c. 



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KEPOET OF COMMITTEE ON TEEADWELL FAEM. 

The farm has continued under lease to Mr. Dunleigh for 
the last three years, the lease having Ijeen renewed during 
that time. 

The only improvement made since the last report is the 
driven well near the barn, the supply of water for the stock 
having been insufficent during the dry seasons we have had 
in recent years, making it necessary to drive the stock some 
distance for water, in winter. A four inch well was driven 
in the bottom of the old well, which has now been in use 
more than a year, and the supply of water seems to be ample. 

The Society has continued to use the farm for its annual 
fair, and it is an ideal location for such a purpose. 

Two very dry seasons and one very wet one, since our last 
report, have caused short crops on the farm, but with the 
ground now in good condition, the outlook is better for the 
coming year. 

Following out the suggestion at our annual meeting it is 
hoped to have some co-operative experiments on the farm the 
next season. 

Committee Treadwell Farm, 

Chas. H. Preston, Danvers 
Frederick A. Eussell, Methuen 
Charles J. Peabody, Topsfield 
Walter H. Brown, West Peabody 
William S. Nichols, Salem 



11 

RECAPITULATION 



Awarded for Plowing $ 6.00 

" " Drawing, 20.00 

Farm and Pet Stock. 

Awarded for Bulls, $26.00 

" Milch Cows, 47.00 

" " Heifers, 19.00 

" Calves, 21.00 

" Fat Cattle, 3.00 

" " Draft Horses, 2.00 

" " Driving and Saddle Horses, . 67.00 

" " Stallions, 6.00 

" " Ponies, 10.00 

" " Sheep and Goats, 19.00 

" " Swine, 23.00 

" " Poultry, 294.00 

" Pet Stock, 17.50 

Farm and Garden Crops. 

Awarded for Grains, $ 19.50 

" Seeds 1.00 

" " Vegetables, 93.25 

" " Fruits, 89.25 

" " Flowers, 58.50 

" " Plants, 1.00 

Domestic Manufactures 

Awarded for Canned Fruit and A^eg.,..$ 17.50 

" " Bread, cake, etc., 6.00 

" " Needlework, 20.00 

" " Paintings, etc., 37.50 

Awarded for Agricultural Implements, . . $3.00 
Awarded for Grange Exhibits, $160.00 



$1,087.00 



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CHILDEEN'S DEPAETMENT. 

Awarded for Poultry, 13.50 

" Pet Stock, 6.00 

" " Stock Judging, 16.00 

" Grain, 6.25 

" Vegetables, 52.75 

" Fruit, 4.00 

" Flowers, 21.75 

" " Canned Fruit & Vegetables, . . 6.00 

" " Bread, Cake, etc., 9.25 

" Needlework, 3.50 

" " Farm Models, 9.00 

" " Penmanship & Manual Tr'ng 44.75 



$192.75 
$1,279.75 



The total amount of $1279.75 was awarded to individuals 
in twenty-five cities and towns in Essex Co. 



Amesbury, 


$5.50 


Marblehead, 


5.50 


Andover, 


4.50 


Middleton, 


40.00 


Beverly, 


39.00 


Methuen, 


21.75 


Boxford, 


62.25 


Newbury, 


265.00 


Danvers, 


213.50 


North Andover, 


. 82.50 


Georgetown, 


38.50 


Peabody, 


96.50 


Groveland, 


3.50 


Rowley, 


23.75 


Hamilton, 


20.25 


Salisbury, 


4.25 


Haverhill, 


9.50 


Salem, 


6.50 


Ipswich, 


128.25 


Topsfield, 


142.75 


Lynn, 


19.50 


Wenham, 


29.00 


Lynnfield, 


15.50 


A\''est Newbury, 


.50 


Manchester, 


2.00 







$1,279.75 



79 



DR. ESSEX AGRICULTURAL, SOCIETY IN ACCOUNT WITH 
W. S. NICHOLS, TREASURER. 

JAN. 1ST. 1914 TO JAN. 1ST, 1915 

Balance of last account 

Balance of Fair account 

Rent Treadwell Farm 

State Bounty 

Interest on Mortgage 

Interest on Deposit 

Donations 

New Members 

On principal of mortgage 



Tent 




$400.00 


Poultry Coop 




400.00 


Tent (Fair 1913) 




56.90 


Lumber (Fair 1912) 




11.20 

142.33 

29.95 


Insurance 




Repairs Treadwell Farm 


26.29 


Permanane improvements 




Fair Grounds 




96.25 


Do Well 




196.70 


Sec'y Salary 




200.00 


Sec'y Expense 




25.62 


Treasurer's Salary 




50.00 


Treasurer's Expense 




5.00 


Premiums 




1087.00 


Premiums, Children's 
Balance 


dept 


192.75 
57.05 




$2,977.04 



CR. 



$372.17 

203.35 

199.92 

976.95 

352.58 

7.07 

85.00 

30.00 

750.00 



$2,977.04 



DR. 



ESSEX AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY IN ACCOUNT WITH CR. 
W. S. NICHOLS, TREAS. 



Tents 




$272.99 


Music 




44.99 


Police 




106.50 


Hay & Grain 




94.45 


Printing 




187.30 


Advertising 




43.05 


Judges 




17.50 


Baseball 




31.00 


Labor 




226.17 


Mass. Agricultural College 75.00 


Repairs 




158.04 


Dinners 




57.00 


Ribbons 




38.20 


Ass't to Sec'y 


& Clerks 


65.15 


Balance 




203.35 




$1,623.69 



ACCOUNT OF FAIR 1914. 



Gate Receipts 
Midway 



$1,291.69 
200.50 



Poultry entries 



$1,623.69 
131.50 



This account has been examined by me and found correct. 

Charles F. Ropes. 



8o 



CONSTITUTION 

OF THE 

ESSEX AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY 



Article 1. There shall be a President, £0111* Vice Presi- 
dents, a Secretary, and a Treasurer, who shall be Trustees, 
ex-officio, and one Trustee from each city and town in the 
county. The' President, Vice Presidents, Secretary and one 
Trustee from each city and town in the county shall be 
elected at the annual meeting by ballot, and the Treasurer 
by the Trustees annually at their meeting in November. 
Nomination for Trustees may be made by any member or 
members of the Society from the city or town from which 
he is to be elected for at least one week before said meeting 
to the Secretary, and he shall prepare ballots for the same. 

Article 2. There shall be an Annual meeting of the 
Society, at such time as the Trustees shall determine, at which 
all officers shall be elected. Twenty members at least shall 
be necessary to constitute a quorum for the transaction of 
business. 

Article 3. If at any meeting of the Society, or the trus- 
tees, the President and Vice Presidents shall be absent, the 
members present may appoint one from among them to pre- 
side at such meeting. 

Article 4. The President, or in case of his absence, either 
of the Vice Presidents, with the advice of the Trustees, may 
call a special meeting of the Society; or whenever a written 
application, with the reason assigned therefor, shall be made 
l)y any twelve members of the Society to the President and 
Trustees, they shall call such meeting. 

Article 5. The meetings of the Trustees shall be held 
at such time and place as they shall from time to time agree 
i;pon ; seven of whom, with the presiding officer, shall make 
a quorum. 



8i 

Article 6. The Trustees shall regulate all the concerns 
of the Society during the intervals of the meetings; propose 
such objects of improvement to the attention of the public, 
publish such communications, and offer such premiums in 
such form and value as they think proper (provided the 
premiums offered do not exceed the funds of the Society) ; 
and shall lay before the Society at each of its meetings a 
statement of their proceedings and of the communications 
made to them. 

Article 7. The Secretary shall take minutes of all the 
votes and proceedings of the Society and of the Trustees, 
and enter them in separate books, and shall record all such 
communications as the Trustees shall direct. He shall write 
and answer all letters relating to the business of the Society. 

Article 8. The Treasurer shall receive all monies due 
or payable to the Society, and all donations that may be made 
to it, for which he shall give duplicate receipts, one of which 
shall be lodged with the Secretary, who shall make a fair 
record thereof. . The Treasurer shall from time to time, pay 
out such monies as he shall have orders for from the Trustees ; 
and shall annually, and whenever thereto required, render a 
fair account of all his receipts and payments to the Society 
or a committee thereof. He shall give bonds for the faith- 
ful discharge of duty in such sum as the Trustees shall di- 
rect, and with such sureties. 

Article 9. A committee shall be appointed annually by 
the Trustees to audit the Treasurer's accounts, who shall re- 
port to the Society; and the same being accepted, shall be 
entered by the Secretary in his books. 

Article 10. In case of death, resignation, incapacity, or 
removal out of the county, of the Secretary, or of the Treas- 
urer, the Trustees shall take charge of the official books, 
papers, and other effects belonging to the office that may be 
vacated, and give receipts for the same, which books, papers, 
etc., they may deliver to some person whom they may appoint 
to fill the office until the next meeting of the Socieiy, at 
which time there shall be a new choice. 

Article 11. *Any citizen of the county may become a 
member of the Society by paying the sum of three dollars 
to increase the permanent fund of the institution. 



f .Abttcle 12^. A committee shall be raised from time to 
time to solicit and receive subscriptions for raising a fund 
for encouraging tbe noblest of pursuits, the Agriculture of 
our county, the same to be sacredly appropriated to that pur- 
pose. 

Article 13. All ordained ministers of the gospel who 
reside within the county shall be admitted honorary mem- 
bers of the Society. 

Article 14. In addition to the usual number of Trustees 
annually elected,' the past Presidents of the Society shall be 
honorary members of the Board of Trustees. 

Article 15. The foregoing constitution may be amended 
by a proposition of the amendment in writing by a member 
at a regular meeting; the same to lie over for the action at 
the next annual meeting of the Society. 



♦Members will receive from the Secretary a certificate of 
membership. No fines or assessments are ever imposed. Mem- 
bers are entitled to vote in all its transaction, with free use of 
the Library and a copy of the printed Transactions each year. 



Members of Essex Agricultural Society 



AMESBURY 



William F. Vining John J, Mason 

E. E. Tuxbury J. P. Little 

Eben True T. W. Lane 

George T. Morrill L. Hollander 



E. A. Goodwin 
M. Perry Sargent 
Edmund Gale 



"William Tucker 
J. L. Smith 
B. F. Smith 
George R. Ripley 
A. G. Playdon 
J. W. Moor 
Geo. E. Kline 
F. H. Johnson 
E. K. Jenkins 



ANDOVER 

John A. Jenkins 
Alice C. Jenkins 
Ballard Holt 
Milo H. Gould 
F. H. Foster 
G.C.Foster 
Geo. "W. Foster 
J. H. Flint 



Mrs. J. Downing 
John N. Cole 
Geo. W. Buchan 
Joseph H. Blunt 
Charles U. Bell 
Samuel H. Bailey 
George L. Averill 
James J. Abbott 



J. F. Andrews 
S. A. Abbott 
N. D. Appleton 
R. H. Bancroft 
Willis Bell 
0. B. Burnham 
C. E. Caldwell 



BEVERLY 

0. Caswell 

M. L. Chamberlain 

A. E. Clark 

P. E. Clark 

Alex. Cochrane 

Mrs. C. Crampsey 

A. H. Davenport 



Philip Dexter 
Andrew Dodge 
F. A. Dodge 
W. F. Dodge 
I. Foster, Jr. 
W. B. Foster 
F. W. Holden 



84 



Loren Holden 
Asa F. Lee 
W. C. Lorning 
E. A. Lothrop 
E. D. Lovett 
John W. Lovett 
C. A. Mason 
George Mason 
J. A. Masters 
H. P. McKean 
W. C. Morgan 



J. F. Morse 
J. G. Munsey 
J. M. Murney 
F. Norwood 

C. J. Norwood 
J. C. Phillips 
Lawrence Perkins 
Mrs. J. C. Phillips 
Chas, Pickett 

D. L. Peckman 
Ezra Preston 



E. C. Sawyer 
I. Schurman 
Frank Seabury 
Wm. D. Sohier 
S. H. Stone 
E. F. Trask 
J. W. Trask 
A. Wittum 
J. A. Wallis 
Aug. Williams 
H. W. Woodbury 



D. A. Anderson 
C. F. Austin 

G. B. Austin 
W, I. Chadwick 

E. H. Killiam 



BOXFOKD 

H. L. Cole 
William K. Cole 
Chester Killiam, 
Clinton B. Nason 
J. H. Nason 



John Parkhurst 
E. E. Pearl 
J. M. Pearl 
H. N. Towne 



Henry C. Allen 
H. Bushby 
A. J. Bradstreet 
J. W. Barton 
W. B. Carlton, Jr. 
W. B. Carlton 
Ellsworth J. CuUen 
M. P. Doane 
Clarence Day 
W. C. Endicott 
F. W. Fisher 
John Higgins 
Eben Jackson 
J. C. Jodrey 



DANVERS 

F. 0. Kimball 

G. A. Knight 
J. C. P. Legro 
Jacob Marston 
Chas. McTiernan 
C. S. Moore 

H. Newhall 
Joshua W. Nichols 
A. Nichols 
T. H. O'Neal 
G. A. Peabody 
M. S. Perkins 
W. G. Perkins 
J. 0. Perry 



M. C. Pettingill 
J. Frank Porter 
George Pratt 

E. C. Roberts 
J. F. Roberts 
Geo. B. Sears 
W. H. Ropes 
H. G. Sears 
H. 0. Very 
J. C. Wing 

C. H. Preston 

D. P. Rogers 

F. A. Whitman 
J. F. Wliipple 



85 



Elias Andrews 
Chas. Moulton 
Herbert Andrews 



ESSEX 

Aaron Low 
Herbert Low 
Josiah Low 



Eufus Choate 
F. E. Watson 



M. N. Boardman 
Thos. Downs 
Henry Hillard 



GEOEGETOWN" 

M. L. Hoyt 
J. F. Jackson 
G. B. James 



D. Oscar Nelson 
C. M. Witham 
J. W. Yeaton 



J. W. Wonson 
Geo. M. Wonson 
F. G. Wonson 
J. C. Shepherd 
Alex Patillo 



GLOUCESTER 

W. F. Parsons 
C. Marr, Jr. 
S. F. Haskell 
J. S. Dolliver 



S. Curtis, Jr. 
B. F. Cook 
F. Conant 
W. A. Pew 



C. C. Batchelder 
Eandall B. Day 
E. H. George 
Samuel B, George 
G. E. Hills 



GEOVELAND 

H. K. Kennett 
N". E. Ladd 
A. S. Longfellow 
P. H. Martino 
L. K. Pemberton 



D. T. Eowe 
H. H. Spofford 
Edward M. Stacy 
L. A. Woodbury 



E. L. Agassiz 
A. C. Cummings 
W. J. Daley 
G. E. Dodge 
A. P. Gardner 



HAMILTON 

G. H. Gibney 
A. Johnstone 
H. E. Johnstone 
D. L. Haskell 
I. F. Knowlton 



S. P. Mandell, Jr. 
Geo. V. L. Meyer 
A. E. Potter 
E. L. Wildes 



86 



HAVEEHILL 



J. A. Bean 
A. W. Butrick 
H. W. Cheever 

D. Cogswell 
John C. Day 
J. Dewhurst 
J. 0. Ellison 
Albert Emerson 

E. A. Emerson , 
C. B. Emerson 
H. C. Fegan 

H. E. Frost 
J. E. Gale 
A. Haseltine, Jr. 
Charles Haseltine 
C. M. Hilton 
J. L, Hobson 



James Howe 
H. H. Hoyt 
C. G. Johnson 
L. Johnson 
L. H. Kimball 
W. B. Kimball 
George C. Martin 
William McKee 
J. C. Merrill 
W. H. Moody 
lieslie K. Morse 
A. A. Ordway 
W. W. Osgood 
Frank Peabody 
Daniel Peters 
F. G. Phillips 
Thomas W. Quimby 



Jas. Eidgeway 
A. W. Eiley 
W. C. Sleeper 
H, K. Swasey 
Martin Taylor 
W. M. Thornton 
J. D. Tewksbury 
A. E. Towne 
H. W. Towne 
H. E. Wales 
C. W. Webster 

E. F. Webster 

F. S. Webster 
Ira J. Webster 
A. G. Whittier 
H. S. Wilson 



IPSWICH 



F. E. Appleton William G. Horton Geo. H. Sprague 

F. E. Appleton, Jr. W. F. Kinsman A. L. Sweetser 

C. A. Campbell Joseph Marshall L. J. Wood 

Herbert W. Mason M. Whittier 

James O'Kane 

I. E. B. Perkins 



W. F. Gould 
J. B. Grant 
G. H. Green 
A. Hodgkins 



Mr. Eilev 

Harry E. Murdock 



Mrs. Annie P. Eice James F. Appleton 



LAWEENCE 



C. E. Wingate 
H. K. Webster 
V. M. Victor 
W. H. Sylvester 
J. J. Stanley 



D, Saunders 
Caleb Saunders 
Thos F. Eyan 
H. B, Eobinson 
H. P. Eeilly 



E. P. Richardson 
W. E. Parker 

S. S. Lewis 
Jas. W. Joyce 
Joseph Jackson 



87 



Lewis G. Holt 
A. L. Griffin 
Edward Flynn 
William Fitzgerald 
J. F. Finn 
A. W. Dyer 



M. K, Ciirran 
G^ W. Copp 
F. J. Ball 
M. E, Austin 
M. B. Ames 



W. E. AUyn 
G. H. Kittredge 
W. H. Gile 
C. M. Evans 
C. A. DeCourcy 



J. H. McKenney 
T. Merritt 
Jos. E.Mockett 
T. P. Ni^ols 
G. Norris, Jr. 
H. A, Pevear 
J. E, Butman 
W. W. Butman 
Chas. H. Eamsdell 
G. W. Richardson 
I. D. Eogers 
H. L. Rounds 
B. W. Rowell 



LYNN 

J. A. J. Sawyer 
John Sheehan 
Henry Stone 
G. L. Shorey 
J. C. Wilson 
Asa T. Newhall 
Edwin Bates 
W. E. Bates 
B. J. Berry 
H. N. Berry 
E. E. Bray 
Geo. A. Buzzell 
A. F. Chase 



Jos. M. Glark" 
J. A. Crosscup 
Edw. F. Dwyer 
N. Mortimer Hawks 
H. A. Heath 
F. I. Hopkins 
Mrs. M. E. B. 
Hutchinson 
William H. Joint 
Frank W. Mace 
Lyman A. May 
R. McBrien 



John M. Danforth 

A. W. Mansfield 

B. P. Yerne 

C. P. Thompson 
Geo. M. Roundy 
J. W. Perkins 



LYNNFIELD 

John H. Perkins 
Frank Newhall 
H. W. Munroe 
A. Mansfield 
Geo. E. Herrick 
E. F. Gerry 



C. H. Derby 
T. E. Cox 
G. C. Frolich 
M. J. Cain 



Frank Brown 
Amos P. Alley 



MAHBLEHEAD 

Miss A. A. Cole 
W. J. Dennis 



Edgar Gregory 
T. W. Paine 



88 



Lorenzo Baker 
T. D. Boardman 
J. H. Cheever 



MANCHESTEK 

C. E. Cotting 
H, L. Higginson 
A. M, Merriam 



J. F. Eabardy 
G. Wigglesworth 



G. W. Hoyt 



MEERIMAC 
John K, Sargent 



Bailey Sargent 



John W. Shirley 
Jos. E. Buswell 
J. S. Crosby 
J. S. How 



METHUEN 

C. W. Mann 
W. M. Rogers 
F. A. Russell 
C. M. Sawyer 



Walter Smith 
J. E. Thurlow 
F. W. Webster 



L. S. Wilkins 
William Berry 
Daniel Fuller 



MIDDLETON 

Henry Fuller 
John Jones 
A. W. Peabody 



B. F. Phillips 
Mrs. S. A. Stewart 
Fred A. Smith 



H. C. Lodge 
G. A. James 



NAHANT 

F. Merriam 
H. F. Otis 



A. H. Parker 



Elbridge Noyes 
B. Pearson, Jr. 



NEWBURY 

Chas. E. Adams 
Daniel D. Adams 



G. W. Adams 
J. K. Adams 



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N. Dole 
S. P. Hale 
Edwin lUsley 
D. H. Illsley 
P. M. lUsley 
Richard Jacques 
R. T. Jacques, Jr. 
Chas. F. Knight 



Carleton Little 
E. F. Little 
George Little 
William Little 
William B. Little 
C. A. Lunt 
C. Moynihan 



E. A. Koyes 
Justin Noyes 
R. T. Noyes 
Frank Perkins 
P. A. Perkins 
J. C. Rolfe 
Dan G. Tenney 



NEWBURYPORT 



P. T. Winkley 
J. C. Stanley 
J. B. Smith 
G. H. Plummer 
Chas. Perkins 
A. D. Ordway 
Asa T. Newhall 
Jos. Moulton 



F. S. Mosely 
C. N. Maguire 
Otis L. Kent 
W. R. Johnson 
C. C. Hewett 
T. N. Cook 
Jos. J. Conley 



Jas. C. Coleman 
W. H. Bavley 
C. S. Bartlett 
C. T. Balch 
J. W. Allen 
Rufus Adams 
P. D. Adams 



NO. ANDOYER 



John Barker 
J. C. Poor 
Edward Adams 
C. A. Appleton 
G. L. Burnham 
Geo. G. Davis 
B. H. Farnham 
Nathan Foster 
Mrs. B. Farnham 
W. B. Farnham 



J. F. Foster 
Nathan Foster 
Orrin Foster 
Ralph S. Foster 
C. D. Frost 
Newton P. Frye 
N. A. Gage 
E. W. Greene 
Walter H. Hayes 
G. D. Hinxman 



Peter Holt 
C. F. Johnson 
H. E. Kittredge 
Geo. E. Kunhardt 
G. B. Lorning 
Geo. Matthewson 
E. W. Moody 
C. W. Paul 
A. M. Robinson 
T. 0. Ward well 



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F. H. Appleton 
Edw. P. Barrett 
C. L. Beckett 
W. H. Beckett 
Arthur P. Bodge 

F. P. Bodge 
W. H. Bodge 
Jos. Bolster 
Mrs. E. Bradfort 
Daniel Brown 
Lewis Brown 
Otis Brown 

E. S. Brown 
Walter H. Brown 
Jos. W. Burbeck 
Geo. A. Bursley 
Wm. Busliby 
Samuel Buxton 
J. J. Carroll 
John J. Connor 
J. T. Cooper 
Jos. S. Crehore 
Geo. S. Curtis 
B. P. Danforth 
Wm. Distin 
Wm. Donnell 
E. A. Durkee 
E. E. Durkee 
Geo. A. Eaton 
Arthur Eliot 

G. C. Farrington 
Wm. H. Fellows 
H. K. Foster 
Mrs. N. Galeucia 



W. H. Brown 
A. H. French 
Loring Grimes 



PEABODY 

J. Oscar GoOd^le 
C. H. Goulding 
H. D. Graves 

B. G. Hall 

H. A. Harrington 

C. C. Hills 

C. E. Hinckley 

C. H. Hooper 

E. G. Kelley 
W. B. Kimball 

D. W. King 
Geo. H. King 
S. E. Knapp 
S. S. Littlefied 
T. F. Lyons 

E. B. Mackintosh 
Thos. Mannix 

J. H. McCarthy 
J. J. McGlone 
J. D. McKeen 
John Meagher 

B. N. Moore 
M. T. Mulcahey 

F. L. Newhall 
0. F. Newhall 
J. E. Osborn 
Lyman P. Osborn 
P. H. O'Connor 
T. H. O'Shea 
Wm. Osgood 
Alonzo Pearson 

C. M. Poor 

D. M. Poor 

F. W. Poor 



EOCKPOET 

Andrew Lane 
Horace Lane 
W. N. Manning 



Henry W. Poor 
Edw. H. Porter 
Ernest J. Porter 
L. E. Porter : , 
Levi Preston 
H. A. Quint 
A. Eaddin , 
M. A. Eamsdell 
Michael T. Eay 
T. J. Eeihan 
Chas. Eeynolds 
Jas. A. Eoone 
W. F. Sawer 
John Shannahan 

F. M. Shaw 
W. A. Shea 
W. E. Sheen 
Chas. Simpkins 
Jesse H. Smith 

G. E. Spaulding 
J. B. Stevens 
H. E. Stockwell 
C. E. Stone 

E. B. Thomas 
J. A. Trask 
Wm. N". Tweed 
E. M. Twiss 
A. W. Tyler 

E. A. Varney 
Wm. Watkins 
C. H. Whipple 
W. F. Wiley 
Mrs. T. Wilson 

F. H. Wyman 



J. P. Merridew 
Solomon Smith 



G. B. Blodgett 
Frank L. Burke 
G., F. Carleton 
G. E. Daniels 
P. A. Dodge 
Phineas A. Dodge 



91 

KOWLEY 

F. P. Todd T. P. Hale 

Miss Pauline Fenno C. P. Mighill 

Mrs. L. C. Fenno Daniel O'Brien 

Agnes H. Hale W. P. Smith 

Clara A. Sale J. H. Tenney 



G. \Y. Cr«esy 
W. S. Nichols 
Mrs. L. F. Batchel- 

der 
L. X. Benway 
Dennis L. Brown 
G. G. Creamer 
John Daland 
C, S. Emerton 
John P. Felt 
H. A. Hale 
W. A. Horton 



SALEM 

Miss L. B. Hood 
Mrs. J. M. Jnlyn 
E. F. Knight 
Philip Little 
William S. Lord 
David Merritt 
E. S. Morse 
J. D. Murphy 
Jas. Perkins 
William Potter 
David Pingfree 



E. S. Eantoul 
John Eobinson 
H. E. Eeynolds 
C. F. Eopes 
E. W. Eopes 
Chas. Sanders 
0. B. Shreve 

C. P. Spencer 
Patrick J. Tracey 
Ira Vaughn 

D. P. Waters 



Albert P. True 
Eobert Thornton 
J. F. Smith 
Wesley Pettengill 



SALISBUEY 

John Mudge 
W. H. Greenleaf 
F. H. Greeley 
Samuel E. Gilman 



N. T. Getchell 
J. Q. Evan? 
G. A. Dow 



Geo. H. Penney 
Jos. Newhall 



SAUGU& 

Louis W. Hawks 
Jos. Whitehead 



H. H. Atherton 



W. H. Bates 

A. F. Esterbrook 



92 

SWAMPSCOTT 
S. J. Pettingell J. M. Grosvenor, Jr. 



Geo. F. Averill 
F. W. Dearing 
E. E. Ferguson 
Ford Howard 
C. V. Jackman 
Dr. J. M. Jackson 



TOPSFIELD 

J. S. Lawrence F. W. Pierce 

James Marlborough F. H. Towne 

J. M. Meredith Geo. Wheatland, Jr. 

C. J. Peabody James Wood 

B. P. Pike I. M. Woodbury 



Chas. H. Leach 
J. D. Barnes 
T. W. Batchelder 



WENHAM 

H. H. Demsey 
Albert W. Dodge 
Geo. F. Dodffe 



Wm. P. Dodge 
G. A. Perkints 



Geo, Thurlow 
C. D. Ordway 
L. H. Bailey 
E. M. Boynton 
Ernest L. Currier 
Charles L. Currier 
G. G. Carr 
Geo. L. Flook 



WEST NEWBURY 

H. M. Goodridge 
J. R. Gordon 
Mrs. C. W. Gowen 
T. J. King 
William Merrill 
H. F. ISTason 
Richard ISTewell 



M. H. O'Connor 
C. W. Ordway 
H. J. Pierce 
F. H. Poor 
R. L. Smith 
Miss G. Stanwood 
Frederick Stultz 



93 

NEW MEMBERS DURING 1915 

F. W. Bearing J. B. Poor Willis Bell 

Topsfield Topsfield Beverly 

L. B, Goodale Ernest L. Currier Lawrence Perkins 

Danvers West Newbury Beverly 

John Lummus Charles L. Currier Hiram N. Towne 

Danvers West Newbury Boxford 

Ellsworth J. CuUen Clinton B. Nason John K. Sargent 

Danvers Boxford Merrimac 

J. C. Wing Joshua W, Nichols 

Danvers Danvers 



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The following is a list of members deceased, as returned to the 
Secretary by the trustees of the various cities and towns, not here- 
tofore reported: — 



B. B. Dodge 
Joshua S. Dodge 



Beverly 

Charles Head 
Eufus Larcom 



E. R. Endicott 



G. W. Chadwick 
J. W. Chadwick 



E. Bradstreet 
0. L. Carlton 
W. A. Jacobs 
B. E. Newhall 



J. E, Somes 
D. S. Bresson 
Alfred Bresson 



E. B. George 
E. Harrington 
M. H. Harriman 



B. F. Barnes 



J. K. Norwood 



BOXFOKD 

J. H. Webster 

Danvees 

E. P. Perley 

D. P, Pope 
C. B. Eice 

E. E. Woodman 

Georgetown 
E. P. Perkins 

Gloucester 

William A. Pew 

F. B. Ferguson 
John Corliss 

Groveland 

N. Longfellow 

G. H. Tenney 

Haverhill 

C. H. Fellows 

Lawrence 

D. S. Hall 



95 



Jos. W, Goodwin 
Eufus Kimball 



W. H. Butters 



Geo. W. Bray 
Edward Kent 



C. T. Bushby 
Thomas Carroll 
P. E. Farnham 
A. Lummus 
John Moulton 



Stephen Dodd 



D. H. Hale 



Wm. Bidi;erton 
Geo. Chase 



Geo, J. Pierce 
Geo. H. Poor 



Lynn 

M. V. B. Mower 
C. G. Wilson 

Manchestee 

W. M. Cheever 

Merrimack 

E. C. Little 

Methuen 

C. H. Hall 
Nahant 

C. F. Lovering 
Newbury 

James Noyes 
Henry L. Tenney 

North Andover 
Geo. E. Davis 

Peabody 

P. T. Nelson 

D. W. shorn 

A. F. Poor 

B. H. Taylor 
W. F. Munroe 

EOCKPORT 

Z. A. Appleton 
Eowley 

E. S. Hayes 
Salem 

J. S. Ives 

F. V. Wright 

West Nev^bury 

Wm. H. Poor 
Geo. C. Eogers 



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