The Warkworth Journal, Oct 10, 1923 - Despite the very wintry weather on Friday, Warkworth Fair drew a very large crowd, almost equal to their best years, while the exhibits in nearly all lines were more numerous than last year, a high standard. A new feature at Warkworth Fair was the Stock Judging competition open to young men under twenty-five who have not attended an Agricultural college. When the contest was called eight young men presented themselves. They were required to judge one class of each of the following kinds of stock, heavy horses, dairy cattle, sheep and bacon hogs. Cash prizes were offered for the best work in judging each of the classes, and a silver medal with a suitable inscription, was awarded the contestant standing highest in the aggregate of all classes. The number of cash prizes awarded any one competitor was limited to two. In the event of any one competitor obtaining a sufficiently high standing to win more than two classes, the prizes would revert to the competitor standing next highest.
Read the entire 1923 Agricultural Fair results as published in the Warkworth Journal over a three week period: