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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mie; yr. arholad iar. =ddec~hiieuad uy cwrs"& bydol" y~;cae . ei ebiyn I. mewn pyiiciaa- Baesneg yii benaKJ;. - Yn Airedale y Mae y Gwyddnau; &;c a Duivinyddiaeth yn gwbl r waha',s y Celfydd- ydaini,&c. yn cyireryd &wy; af cwrs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    would, be a great mistake if we were to give up any of our colleges. The Union of Rotherham and Airedale has not been an advantage te us. There are fewer stud- ents in the United College, than there were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wigan; G. G. Pike, of Derby; G. Red- ford, D.D., of Worcester; H. J. Roper, of Bristol; W. Scott, of Airedale cottage; T. East, of Birmingham; J. R. Beard, D.D., of Manchester; - Harvey, of Glasgow; - Baird, of Paisley; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Bed'lington Terriers........... 18 ... 22 ..20 a of Irish Terriers .. .... 1....... . I 6 ..13 c 'he Airedale or Waterside Terrie~t ... . 1 ...I 8 I na Aberdeen Terriers*' .......0:.... - .. M Od Wir-lhaired Terriers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hut the Dandie'Dinmouat terrie rs,a see especially the bitches, are of much more than ordi nary :es, merit. 'Bedlington, Irish, Airedale, wire-haired fox, [dl -Scotch, and Yorkrshire terriers constitute a, good display, cx. but some- of the- classes are weedy.' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRES9ONDENCE rn NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. 41o l Ielers Od-ended fopu'licationS nus~es be accomipani~ed ~ in id not ndades f h'nnfr nece~atily for Wi F" abiein i'tcifraii fte Edittr. re in hi nwr oQWCW2 r it7ics in hecoutrile Qt ai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOG SHOW AT WARWIOK.: The seco~ndannual ehibitnat.. Warwiolt of spartinlg and other dogs, took place yesterday, in the new xlfxibi- tion Butilding in the Coventry Road, near to tho Great Western Railway Statibri. Last year the Show was ell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deer- hounds,.greyhoands, and spaniels ; while some of the non- sporting- classes were unusually strong and numerous, articulirly.the Bledlington and Airedale terriers. The 'Vi council ivere pleased to-reeord the first visit from Royalty. re' The Prince-and Prinoesos Christian and suite, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Np.m 4 TRIAL STAKES (Opn.for 14 Bog and Ditch Puppies, I a at L3. I0s. earul. I n MIneheath beat Airedale T Trustful beat Ternis Ball I rr isemnExN CouneS. .- d l'acheath and Trustful divided, after running an undecided. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hopeful Sammy gsogt Mr. Smitis's Handsome Louis 00-. Mr. Mansell's Musketeer aget Mr. Binghsam's Presthury Park dec Marquis of Anglesey's Airedale agat Mr. Crump as Winlove Mr. Turner's True Girl agit Mr. iDsrlinnon's Dully Cregson p Mr. Jesnon's Shades of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jlones's Hopeful Sammy beat AMr. Smith's Handsome Louis Mr. IBingham's lPrestbury Park best Mr. Mansell's Mlusketeer u Marquis of Anglensey's Airedale beat Mr. Crunip on Winlove ir. Darlineon's Dolly Gregson heat Mlr. Turner's True Girl Mir. Lawrence's ilver Pippin beat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sepped. well. The FOUR OAKS PARK, STAKES, 30 PuPipies. at 4Xl6s. Hopoful Satiosny bt Miss Statoe I Antiquity heat Dil0ath Airedale beat DaLily Grgeson B benheim' Pippin bt Dorchester IV.. I Hopeful Sammy bt Airedate I Antiquity bt Blenheime Pippin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and A. Chatwin. Several Iiigleclass rosiugh-haired terriers were shown in Class 19, 3\1: A. Walker being first with a pretty Airedale terrier; a Skve, the propertv of lr. A, MecK(errosv, Jun,, was seonid, and a retty Bedlington, owned by BMr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    can have it by giving dicription.- Address, 22B, Daily Post. e9108 L OST', in the neighbourhood of Belle Walk, Meoeley, Airedale Terrier Dhog: amnsers to Bob. Name mcil addres on collar. Anyone detaining him will be proseauted.-Rewad, iIf returned to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mi'. latdens'3 liarchioncss It. beat Mr. Cliff's Cosicluslost M.1arqust of Anglesey's Aber Menai beat Mr. Mayer's Mlachehath Mlarsiuls of Atiglesey's Airedale beat; Mr. Parks's Lurgan Jim Dlr. Stone's Spinuinig Jenny beat AMr. Cox's 'T'urcomau Mr. Sa1ck's Nancc beat Mr. Stone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    steownrd, sue~it te other hard weorkinrgardcutosa aTire RtIGIILIY STAK i~n, for Tlwenty itppia t£.ls ah Cambrshisruore It'. betst dina. I Airedale wtithdrawn. Aber Menita beat black QUU0eeri. Camhrrsrrrcire ii. heat Alber oMens. urTIle IIEDNESIO1I0I SiICSfo 11All-ag.os, at £3. l10.q.each. yArsak Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , ght chatnp;ioese nrre OlOrtnunity getting price I'ls.. i. Prier moedrrv-G... MSti llHow, AUreA.w . ct2:i TiktOiS.-Graed black Spaniel, a~lo Airedale Purppy; prie breed, fullpedigree. Che.ap.-Blaeon, 4, .trces Street. BLrm. c4706 11 6Sale, Feoter Mothor, Colie bith'J wbelped lhse i2h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dalziell. (L. Upcot Gill) In these numbers the writer deals with the Bedlington, the Skye, the Scotoh, the Irish, the Airedale, and the Welsh terrier ; with the Schipperke, the King Charles spaniel, the Blenheim spaniel, the pug, the Pomeranian, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ford's side v. Mr. Woods's side (Cambridge... ................................106 Benn, f., Leeds Buckingham v. Woodhouse Temperance.. 106 Greenwvood, T., Meaniwood v. Airedale Wanderers .. .-.. 106 Burrows, A., Colne v. Keighley ..................... f105 Hochiseimer, H., Early Risers v. Brighton St. Peter's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had the two first men in the mile handicap and carried off in the most com- fortable style the handsome Airedale challenge cup, a trophy which they won last year, and which they have only to win once more to Subscribers-only content

 

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