GOULBURN DOG WINS DOUBLE

Mr. F. Chapman's cocker spaniel, Shanendoah, scored double at the Cocker Spaniel Society of N.S.W. third championship show...

November 1, 1948

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Picture Highlights from Yesterday's News: Dogs

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The Cocker Spaniel Society of New South Wales held a show at Granville showground yesterday...

March 20, 1949

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LOCAL AND GENERAL

COCKER SPANIELS

The Cocker Spaniel Society of N.S.W. held its fourth championship show in Sydney on Saturday in aid of the Spastic Centre...

March 22, 1949

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COCKER SPANIEL SHOW

Proceeds of the sixth championship show of the Cocker Spaniel Society in the Showground next Saturday...

November 29, 1949

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BULLDOG AMONG THE SPANIELS

SUBJECT for a Bateman drawing—as the bulldog which went to a spaniel show—seven-weeks-old Lindsay Lenmonica, was the only "outsider" among 148 cocker spaniels at the sixth championship show of the Cocker Spaniel Society of N.S.W. held at the Showground yesterday...

December 4, 1949

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Cocker Spaniel Society

The President of the Cocker Spaniel Society of New South Wales (Mr. J. Streeter of Sydney) addressed the inaugural meeting of the Cocker Spaniel Society of Newcastle and Northern Districts...

June 9, 1950

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ARMIDALE DOGS WIN IN SYDNEY

Further laurels were gained by Armidale dogs in Sydney on Saturday. At an exhibition conducted by the Cocker Spaniel Society of N.S.W. ...

13 April, 1953

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LOCAL DOGS

SUCCESSFUL AT THE ROYAL.
Local dogs were well up in the awards at this year's Royal Easter Show.

With an entry of 185, Cocker Spaniels topped the list...

April 1, 1959

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The ears of a champion

Australian champion Carlsvale Cordon BIeu, known to his friends as Don, waited to go before the judge, his ears snug in a bright purple snood...

18 April, 1979

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