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THE PRICES OF GRAIN

... of Annandale. President—Geo. Graham, Esq., C.E. Vice•presidents—Provost Hunter, Govanhill ; Bailie Thomas Graham, East Pollokshields ; and Major Thomas W. Chalmers, Hilihead. Directors—Messrs John Shankland, John Morton, James Roddick, William Thomson ...

THE ANNANDALE OBSERVER, SEPTEMBER 9, 1887

... Spikes (bulbs inclu ded)-1. John French. Hardy Animals, 6 varieties (lit by Mr .Dames Urquhart, Esirlesfieid ; 2nd by Society)- 1, John Anderson. Moss Roses (by Mr Coltart. Carlisle)-1, J. Downie. Roses -1, Thomas Irving; 2, R. FarnelL Carnations, 6 varieties ...

Published: Friday 09 September 1887
Newspaper: Annandale Observer and Advertiser
County: Dumfriesshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 2432 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

AND AOVESTIBES

... holding the show. Death Mr Alexander Hardie. Our obituary of to-day contains the notice of the death of Mr Alex. Hardie, whose name was well know to anglers throughout Annamlale. Born in the vicinity of Dumfries, Mr Hardie came to Annan nigh century ago, where ...

HODDOM FLOWER SHOW

... gh Callander. Peers, cooking-1, Hugh Callander; 2; Jamea M‘Duneld Apples, dessert—l and 2. Thomas Patersun, The Nursery, Erclefachan Applea, cooking—l, Thomas Paterson; 2, James Mc- Donald. Ouneberrim-1, Tboa. Pateraon; % James U'Ouff. Red Currants—l ...

THE ANNANDALB OBSERVER, OCTOBER 7, 1881

... Stlrks 1 and 2. John Jaitline, Thorlieshope. Quey Stirk—l, J Paterson ; 2, little. Avhmhi’kk.—Boll from two seven years old -Thomas Franklin, Kirklinton. Bull Btirk-l, T Franklin; 2. Struther*; commanded. Jamas Cameron. Cow three yi-ars old and upwards, ...

CATTLE

... Galloway Cow. from three years old and upwards-1, D. Hardie, Priesthaugh ; 2, J. & L. Beattie. Two - year - old Galloway Quey-1 and 2, John Bell, Misses. Two Galloway Ox Stirks-1, K. Common ; 2, David Hardie, Priest. Keogh. Galloway Quey Stirk-1, Christopher ...

An Aged Harvester. -Mr K, haugb, Liddesdale, who is yc working in the harvest field last Langholm South U.P. Chcrt

... iambs—Thomas Beattit Two ewes Andrew Thomson, dinning. Border Leicester and Downs age—John W. J. Paterson, Terr CATTLE. Galloways.— Bull, from two to t John Beattie, Braidlee. Bull stirk- Harlawhill, Greentick. Cow, fron and upwards—l>avid Hardie, Pri ...

THE ANNANDALB OBSERVER OCTOBER 8. 1880

... PeildorhiU.” Galloway BuU Stirk—U David Hardie, Priepthaugh; 2, David Brown. IVwvi; ccunraemled. John Paterson. Galloway Cow l. David Hardie, Prineeasof Drumlanri# ; •J. David “Fanny VL «>f DnimJanrig; commended. David Hardie. “Lou-ia IV. Nino entrioH. Tw.oyoar-tdd ...

THE ANNANDALE OBSERVER, AUGUST 26, 1887

... Queen . of Queen., Lyonn&ise, Pride of Waltham, &c. Upon the same stand the same firm had a choice wort. meat of coniferte, hardy heaths, aid climbing plants. In the open class, in flowers and fruit, W. Houlistou, gardener, Blackyett, and W. Anderson, gardener ...

THE [ANNANDALE 0138ERVEB, JULY 1, 1887

... place at the Nlanaaato Gorge ? Foreiguer : hardiness of constitution, because the young cattle found the charge ea regard.. Reck not proven. Yes. Stranger : I am that man i and you are not nearly so hardy as the native cattle, which J„,,,,,,, Ri t ...

OBSERVER, AUGUST 22, 1890

... Mrs Bell, Howrigg. Any distinct variety not specified in schedule-Thomas Paterson. Grertelne, Carlisle. Pair any pure breed hatched in 1891-1, Swan & Lockhart, haglesfield ; 2, Thomas Paterson. 1A Tara. Game-1 and 2, R. Irving, Milton, Carliwlr. Any other ...

HODDOM PLOWER SHOW

... &promos was farther enhanced by a collection of palms from Holden) Castle, and • rare rolled ion of plants from Caatlviiiilk. Mr Thomas Paterson, Itoclefeeha•, showed a boa of floe rose blooms. Cut flowers were shown in splendid form, and vegetables (which were ...