Title: "CLONMEL DOG SHOW. Greyhounds a feature of an excellent display".
M/S of a man in robes (a monk?) holding the lead of a greyhound, a man and woman stand next to him. M/S of a row of different types of dogs with their owners. M/S of two judges examining a shaggy looking dog with a female owner. M/S of the judges examining a row of Spaniel puppies.
Panning shot along a row of people standing behind roped off enclosure, some have their dogs with them on leads, including some very lively Springer Spaniels. M/S of a line of greyhounds with their owners, one by one the dogs are taken to stand on a platform where the judges examine them. M/S of a judge examining a dappled greyhound belonging to a young woman. M/S of a judge looking at a row of bull dogs with their owners. C/U of a black and white greyhound (maybe a whippet or a Lurcher?). C/U of a speckled greyhound. C/U of an Airedale terrier. C/U of another unidentified type of terrier.
Note: this story is very similar to another Gazette story from 1924 - DUBLIN'S GREAT DOG SHOW in G 1070. AH 2000.
Note: 'Clonmel' is spelt as 'Clonnell' in some old records. AH 2000.