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Historical Tidbits

   

Researched By: Dean Tomes

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bulletTHE BLACK AND TAN TERRIER, Beaconsfield has been sold to an American buyer and will probably be shown at New York.
**Canadian Kennel Club Gazette (1891), Vol. III, No. 2, p.17
bulletTHE BLACK AND TAN TERRIER, Vortex, has, we are sorry to say, been poisoned. He was the last Terrier Mr. Geddes had, and he feels his loss greatly.
**Canadian Kennel Club Gazette (1891), Vol. III, No. 3, p.36


BROOMFIELD SULTAN

bulletThe black and tan Terrier, Broomfield Sultan was whelped Sept. 15th, 1889, and was bred by Mr. T. Ellis, Manchester, England. He is owned by the Rochelle Kennels, New Rochelle, N.Y., and has won numerous prizes both in England and America, including 1st open class Crystal Palace, 1890, in a class of 59; 1st junior class and special for best dog or bitch of the breed in the show; 1st novice Leeds; 1st novice, Birminham; 1st Darlington; 1st Bacups, 1890. In America, 1st and special for best dog of breed, New York; 1st Washington; 1st and 2 specials, Chicago; 1st Hamilton; 1st Toronto; 1st and special, Ottawa; 1st and special, Montreal, 1891. He is a grand Terrier, good back and stern, grand legs and feet, and good head.
**The Kennel Gazette (1891), Vol. III, No. 11, p.178