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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vs phioce. The latter has not been shown alone. A handsome it pair presented by Mr. John Gamre, of Great Rissington, el l was awarded the second prize. I tl ia The Herefords number 143. forming a, larger contingent vi Subscribers-only content

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    whole class was commended, The l first prize is won by a pair owned by Mir. J. Garne, St Great Rissington; but althiugh they are younger and di probably of better quality, they are not so evenly mnatched ai as Subscribers-only content

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    being very promising shorthorns. A well - bred white heifer, 19 months old, ex- hibited by Mr. J. Game, Great Rissington, easily carried off first prize; but she only fetched 34 guineas, at which price she was knocked down to Subscribers-only content

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    Walker, Student Gloucester Theological College. After the ordination the following were lieensod to euracies :-Rv. A. F. Bartlett to Great Rissington; Rev, R. F. Cory, Chippeub ami; ltev. J. Daslington, Dymock ; Rev. G. H. Dry, St. Gabrielts, Bristol; Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    show. He has a long pedigree, and has won a very largo number of prizes. Mr. John Garme, of Great Rissington, Gloucestershire, another well-known breeder and exhibitor, *ars very successful with his short- horns. ie carried off the second prize Subscribers-only content

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    cow classes, first awards v ere earned by Mr. Alfred Ii, W1, Darby, Little Ness, Sbrewsvbury; Mr. John Garne, Great Rissington ; DMr, ThomnesE. Walker, Studley Castle ; Mr, P. A. Evans, Vflingtou, Shrewsbury; and MIr, Andrew Price, Bagley Hall, Subscribers-only content

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    Bingley Hall sale, nor indeed at any Auction in the country. It was shown by Mr. J. Game, of Great Rissington, and obtained the i50. prize for the best bull fn the show, and was bought by Mr. Yeomans for Subscribers-only content

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    best of the lot was "Pippin Pansy," a roan heifer, two years old, the property of Mr. J. Garne, Great Rissington. She is a splendid show heifer, and has already won several prizes at agricultural exhibitions. Several persons were anxious Subscribers-only content

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    Lord Starhop', Chevening, Sevenoaks, took thesecondprize with -.Primrose Dame," a three-year- old heifer, Lred by Mr. J. Gamne, at Great Rissington. She las won several prizes at agricultural shows, but the buyers fought shy of her alto, and she was Subscribers-only content

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    was zAwaided 'to "Pe.neloper," agrand roan, 17 month4 old,, thei io4of "Adonis2nd," bred and shown by Mr. Jobna Gaine, Great Rissington. In the ring he led the class caiiatlly, the bidding for him being continuedi until; tgs* iAs reacbed, at Subscribers-only content

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    through, there remained Baronet, a beautiful roan,, by Sir John Carew II., and shown by Mr. John Game, of Great Rissington, Glouces- tershire;- British General, by Blainnoce, exhibited by Mr. Robert Harrison, Underpark, Grdsmont; Royal Victor by Eastern Emperor, entered Subscribers-only content

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    Walter BLrch, 2 Sefton, via Sesforth, near Liverpool-short- horned roan hull. Best sbort-borne?! heifer, crlved in 18I6-1. John Garae, Great Rissington, 5. O., Glouester- shire-short-horned rel heifer, Larly Ebury 5th; . 2, William H. Mleade, Balyinartle, Ballinabassig i -'hort-horned roan Subscribers-only content

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    Gloucester Rev. ExsxsN arENOLLYS. Quedgeley Rectory Rev. S. LysOnS, Heempstead Court Rev. T. PZTEBs. Eastington Rectory Rev. HENRnY RICE, Great Rissington Rectory MORNING PERFORMANCES IN THE CATHEDRAL. TUESDAY, September 13-AFULL CATHEDRAL SERVICE. The SERMON will be preached by the Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    T. Matthews, Buckland, Faringdon; 2, Messrs. W. lHosl-on and Son, Hayle. Class 40.-Heifer, calved in 1884-1, Mr. John Garne, Great Rissington, Gloucestershire; 2, Rev. R. B. Kennard, Mlarshall, Blandford, Dorset. Class 4I.-Pair of heifers, calved in 1884-1, Mr. John Garue; Subscribers-only content

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    months old.-Anyone having found the same will have expenses paid by Mr. A. B. Stratton,] Crawley, or Mr. Collett, Great Rissington. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. 77XCURSION TRAINS will run as under : S SATUR DAY, JuLY 3. For WEYM OUTH, Channel Subscribers-only content

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    SEcUBTAUY-Mr. J. Edlen-Ilirtre, Sliptan. The awards were as follows- CATTLE. Pull, exceeding two years old-hIs, St., Mr. John Garme, Great Rissington. Ilighty-co menofded - Messr va~s. T. end P. toriie, Moretoni iolarslh.Ferntis Bull, uder tir eassId-Ite, 5t., M~r. JetiuGara ; Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. BUCKINGHAM, HARVEST TrcANrSoIVINC SERVICES.-ServiCes to comr- memorate the successful ingathering of the harvest were held in the Parish Church on Sunday, October 3. Holy Communion was celebrated at 7 a.m., and again at 8 anm. (with choral Subscribers-only content

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    of George Welford, hit Lrn Esq. M.D., of Hunter's Hall, Sunderland. 10i as Oct. 28, at the Pacish Church, Great Rissington, by the 20( "Rev. W. Bateman Blake, Thomas, youngest son of the set late Gervaso Wood, of Croxdlen Abbey, Subscribers-only content

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    sideration of the Local Government Board.-The Bench consented to the matter being adjourned for twelve weeks. Alfred Lane, of Great Rissington, in the employ of Mr. Cornisb, Churchill, was charged by Supt. Cope with being drunk and disorderly, and refusing Subscribers-only content

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    the Hospital. DEATH OF A VALUABILE Cow.-Oiie of the most valuable Shorthorn cows in Mr. John Garue's herd at Great Rissington met with her death during the night of the 15th inst. in a manuerwhich would be impossible to many. Subscribers-only content

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