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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    Darbam, Stokesley; 2end S, J.B. Willianison, Great Asyto, LEecicsTEa On LoNo-wooLcn Smirrsr-Aged ram, I and 2, R h I Harrison. Lealholm:; 3, R. lierson, liirby Bridge. Sharlina ,ram, J. d S B. Muffi, Esoby Fn2 and S, t. Hfrrlison. Pen Subscribers-only content

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    Rose 3rd, and belonging to Mr. Sharp, were selected for the first and second places; while Mr. E. Harrison, of Lealholm, Gro3mont, was placed third with Rose of the Esk, a very attractive calf, whose only failing is that she Subscribers-only content

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    a largely t attended meetinug of voters on Friday nigcit in Cite Shep. t herds'. Ilail, Loalhiolm. T31H district of Lealholm is reputed to be the veritable stronghold of Toryism, and at the last Nortb Riding election obtained a somewhat Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. FOXROUNDS. BseSWOI1TH ..... Thu.. Nor. 12 ).arrington .,.. , antur., Nov. 14..Nottoai .... ... ICA lon., Nov. 16t..ihowrierhre . l.,::....... ines., Nov. 17. .Aeeworth Moorlop ,,:j Thur., Nov. 19.. Askern .....---.lJ.a. Saret., Nov. 21. Grest Houghton ,.,,,t Subscribers-only content

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    6,.Cadeby Hall ... 12. 0 p ut Sat,,Apr l0 .Tealby CrossBoads .12. 0 th is Esn sa ..... _.. lmrs.,April8 .Lealholm ................11.. 0 wi :Friday,Aprh9..Iloxby (to finish) ....... .10330 ha it, well Apl. 7.. Bishop Barton .......... IL 0 001 Subscribers-only content

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    20. .B1crkwithshaiv Bar. .._ .,10.30 CraEVaNrD ,.. ...... Satur,, Nov. 13 ..GuLlborough Park ...... 10.30 l3slecrDAI~a.. .. Tens., Nov. 9... Lealholm _...11 0 Friday, Nov. 12. .Cross Btts ..... __ 10,30 lAnL Y.&nWo:n0eG'5,Wed., Nov. 30 ..lRedbournoPark.....l, 0 Friday, Nov. I0.,BarrvwJI.l...... Subscribers-only content

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    Feb. 24..Halnaby .. t Fri.. Feb. 25. .Piercebrldge . .--- ..... t Sat., Feb. 26..Staindrop *-......I........ EsgnrA.....-.. .Thus., Feb. 24 .Lealholm ................ Ho aWOrn . Tue3., Feb.22.. Neasham . IL Sat,,Feb.26 ..Seamer . f YoRK D A Tne... Feb. 2-2.. Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPVINTMENTS. trgĀ¶'ndtTr?.rO FOXHOUNDS. EAMSWORTE '.htL, Feb. 24 .sAkem . - Sat., Feb. 26 ..Great kfouZbton ....1045 BznA, .......... Fd., Feb. 25..Hutton BonviIlle ....13 B'*at. Feb. 26..Newby1Gates ........... . 'Mon.. Feb. 28..Sernutss Ual I SaO WedL. Mar. 2..Sioo sifiI.... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1..SaEortoinRBibblesdale ..1I. 0 THE IS<D, ALE (WHT.VZ) ROUTND. Thij pack hatei been showing excellent sport lately. February 24th. -Met at Lealholm, found close by, asd had a sbort spin to ground. A aecond fox, from Danby Park, afforded a splendid Subscribers-only content

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    principal awards were as follows :- h 531,11arO-uoeDr CATrLE.-Two or three years old bull, Meisre. R a and G. Hdarrisoin, Lealholm, Grossnont; 2, G. Jackson, Seamer. Yearling bull, J. Maskilt, Brsndsby, EAsingwold. Bull calf from sixa to twelve mouths old, Subscribers-only content

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    one of its 'principal centres of this well-known and seraiceablehorse. AmIoI g the principal prize-takers were-Cattle-Messrs. II. and 1i. 'Harrison, Lealholm; Mr. W. D. Petch, Skelton; -Mr. 11. Rudsdale, DIanby; and Mr. T. Place, Kirby Grangu. Sheep-Messrs. Harrison, Horses-Clevelard bays-Mih. Subscribers-only content

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    'Tark Farm, when Bradley1 the water baiiff, sent word to Sir Charles that by pressing on to Crorntley Gill, near Lealholm he wouldgu teean utter before reaching Farness . arn. Sir Charles atonce called off the pack, end awaytheywent to Subscribers-only content

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    a cattle, but a horse district. The exhibits included some very useful-looking milkers, and Messrs. R. and . Hairison, of Lealholm, showed a fine bull, wnder two years old, in Prince Magnus. In the sheep depart- ment the same gentlemen Subscribers-only content

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    last year at Doncaster. Mr. T. H. Hutchinson, Catterick, was first in Leicester two-shear rams: Messrs. I and G. Harrison, Lealholm, Grosmont, bemg second; while the ramn shown by Mr. E. F. Jordan, Eastburn, Driifield, was reserved and highly comuended. Subscribers-only content

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    BINGLEY AGRICULTUBAL BROW. Taennt utal show te Airedale Agri- csltural Soy. eth was held 'in Myrtle Park, Bingley, Jyesterda5. Though not an unmitigated success, the exhibition of yesterday was sufficiently encouraging to induce the promoters to cast away the Subscribers-only content

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    sad G. Harrison; 2, W. D. PBtch; 3, AL Morrison, Faceby Lodge. . One- year.old heifer,. B. sad. G. Harrison, Lealholm; 2, W. D. Betch ;3, F.E.-C.-Dobson, Dronaosby. Heifer calf under twelve months, land 3,11. and G. Harrison, Leslhoha; 2h Subscribers-only content

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    highly cmedd a4 Hall, Nottinzbam; Scottish Blanche, roan, a v 5 n 29 d old. at Commended, GCoerc Earrison, Underparl. Lealholm, Grosmont, Yart; Prinnceeo Marc, roan. 1 y 6 no 24 d old. e Commnended, Gheorge Harrison, Underpack; Bose Bleroni, Subscribers-only content

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    E.,Eslack F. L., end tlornisean A, te Heath H. B., Fulneck, Moravian Ladies' Scht, F'lliecli. id Stanser L Ki., Gainsborough, Lealholm, Gatnshoron'lh. ly. Wilkinson Ht, (dainshoroughi, private rtuteon. Clark K, Tihe Hart~lepoula, and Fowlmng E., The ERartlepools, Girls' re High Subscribers-only content

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    others, the one be- longing to 1r. William Bell, Ratcheugh. Alnwiok, and the -thor to 31r. J. W. flarriso, UCnderspark. Lealholm, Grosmnont., had conferred upon them similar honours. A koeen contest was wvitnesoed n the class for cowq9 in milk Subscribers-only content

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    Henry Dudding. Riby Grovn, Martian; Henry Dudding, Sihag Aito: George Harrison, Emperor of Watserloo 33rd, John 'V. Harrci- son; Underpark, Lealholm, York. 'Morning Crnwn; Richard Stratton. Union Jac;k: John Waind, Anknaesc, Kirbymoorsicle, Sir George: 5. Deane Willis, Gr-ant Chip; commended, Subscribers-only content

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