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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TH]E SMITHFIELD eCLUB CATTLE StlOW. I i The annual exhibition of fat cattle, sheep, and pigs W opeued yesterday, in the Agricultural Hal1, Islington, London, under circumstances which threaten tor make it the most disastrous that has ever been Subscribers-only content

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    THE ROYAL AGRIOULTURAL SOCIET I AT OABDIFFk . This important meeting commenced at Cardiff, on Won. dsay, under favourable ausplces. Appended will be foanuI the awards for etoek. HORSES, Class L-Agrlieultural stallion, foaled before January 1 -t u5. zu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SMITIELD CLUB CATTLE SHOW. The annual exhibition of fat cattle, sheep, find pigs held by the' Smithaeld diub was oponed yesterday, in the Agricultural Hall, London. Tlhcre is a large increase in the number of cattle and sheep, and Subscribers-only content

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    BIRMINGHAM SHORTHORN CATTLE SHOW AND SALE. The sixtil annual ahotv and sale of Shorthorn cattle, under the ausipices of the Birminitghain Agricultural 13xhi- liition Society,was held in Bingley flall, yesterday. The entries this yeair were misel more tsutmesous than Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BATH AND WEST OF ENGLAND AGRIOUL- I TURAL SHOW. [By our Oeirb Rcporter.] OXFORtD, Monday This year the Bath and West of England Agricultural Show is being held in the classic city of Oxford, and although it is Somewhat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SMITHFIELD CLUB CATTLE SHOW. I The eighty-first annual show of fat cattle in connection with the .Suithfield Club opened yesterday, at the Agrictil- C turnl Hall, Islington, and taking it altogether, the exhibi- o ktion is fully equal to Subscribers-only content

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    LE EDS SMITHFIELD ISHOW. Followuing in the wake o' the other seasonable fat sto ic shows, that of the Leeds Smithfield Club, Wbich openil on Tuesday possessei not only thi interest which of rigit belongs to Itself but the Subscribers-only content

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    I1MPERIAL PARLIAMENT, :;Dy PNmVAIn TiLEGRAP.I- IROM OUn 0W REPORrERS. ) HOUSE OF LORDS, MONDAY. Their Lordselips met at five o'clock. The report on ameendments to the Sligo and Leitrim and Northern Counties Railway Bill wvas agreed to. IMPORTATION Of Subscribers-only content

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    THE YORKSHIRE SHOW AT' DM DIFFIELD. (FaROe OUR OWN REUonTYne.) From the opening day's experience ibis year's show of the Yorkshire Agricultural Society promises not only to maintain but surpass the customary success of these occrsions. In almost every Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THlE YORKSHIRE AGRICUiLTURAL I S.HOW AT BKiPrONg .| FROMX OUR OWN REPORTERS.) The tbirty-ninth annual meeting ot the Yorksbire Agricultural Society was opened at Skipton yesterday, and in spite of the very unfavourable weather prevailing when the gates were Subscribers-only content

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    The Nayland Burglary.- Committal of the Prisoner Prior. Ata special Sessions, held on Friday, at Boxford before the Rev. N. VV. Hallward (Chairman), Sir Cha«. Rowley, Major Rowley, F. Lambard, Esq., and Col. Focklington, Charles Fiior {alias "BiU") was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Smithfield Club Cattle Show. The annual Cattle Show of the Smithfield Club com- menced yesterday morning in the Agricultural Hall, Islington, when the judges proceeded to make their awards. The exhibition of stock occupied the floor of the hall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AGRICULTURE. THE LATE MR. JOSEPH HARDING We take the following tribute of respect to the memory of the late Mr. Harding from the Ayr Advertiser, knowing its insertion will be very acceptable to many of our farming readers :- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    girtjjs. Carriages, anb Deaths. ■♦- Births. BLATCHFORD- At Portreath, Illogan, Dec. 9, the,wife of Mr. W. H. Biatchlord, of the Corawall constabulary, of a son. CLEMEN..- At Newquay, Dec. „ the w if. of Mr. Philip J. Clemens, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BOYAL CORNWALL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. MEETING AT PENRYN. - ♦ - ■ On a bright Msy-day Tremough is a plaasant sight for those who take interest enough in natural beaaty to induce them to visit oue of the moat enticing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOTES ON THE STOCK [By an Agricultural Correspondent.) The numbering of the catalogue was generally acknow- ledged to be a great improvement upon former years, and if telegraph numbers were used to show the class in the ring b<_» Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AGRICULT URE. I The SMiTHFIF.r.n Cattle Show.- The seventy-third annual Cattle Show of the SiuithrieU Club commenced on Monday at the Agricultural Hall, at Islington, and it was evident that the effect of the stringent regulations of the Privy Subscribers-only content

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    ~rrapfa.ia. Aii anonymous donation of one thousand pounds has been made to tiie «' Society for the Employment of Aduit.onal Curates iv Populous Places." This is a proof that there is Mill some of the good old fee.ing left Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AGRICULTURAL NOTES (Written specially for the Essex Standard.) The alteration in the weather has proved most beneficial to farmers, the change from wet to dry having enabled them to make progress with the arrears of out-door work. All, or Subscribers-only content

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    AGRICULTURAL NOTES (Specially Written for the Essex Standard.) With better weather and gentle spring showers, the prospects of farmers are getting brighter. There can be no doubt whatever but tbat better times for agriculturists are greatly needed. Of course Subscribers-only content

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