""Ch. Chiming Bells", the Supreme Champion at Cruft's, 1958. Also winner of 17 c.c.s; 17 bests of breed; b.i.s., Manchester, 1956; reserve b.i.s., Manchester 1957; res. b.i.s., Paignton, 1955. Her well-known home-bred daughter, "Ch. Blenmar Bianca", is the recipient of 12 c.c.s; 12 bests of breed; Supreme b.i.s., Edinburgh, 1959; bi.i.s. Edinburgh (first day), 1958; winner of Gundog group, Blackpool, 1959; holder of hte Pointer Bronze and the President's Trophy for the Best Setter or Pointer in the British Isles; and President's 100 guinea Trophy. She is proving equal to her dam and also her sire, "Ch. Pennine Paragon", winner of 8 c.c. who is as fit as ever, and like all the Blenmar dogs is agood laster."
-- Blenmar Kennels ad, "Our Dogs", Christmas Issue, 1959
"In 1922 Ernest Scott sold to Bob Maloney of Pittsburg, U.S.A., a pointer bitch, "Ch. Lansdowne Prairie Queen". She became the foundation of the famous Herewithem Kennel and won the supreme award at Madison Square Garden's Championship Show (the Crufts of America). After the last war, to show something of his gratitude Bob Maloney gave Ernest Scott a pointer dog by the name of "Herewithem Royal Flush". Ernest soon won C.C.s and qualified him in the field to make him a champion. In one litter sired by Flush, Ernest picked out a bitch puppy which was eventually sold to 'Bill' Parkinson of Garstang. This bitch eventually became supreme champion at Crufts -- it was "Ch. Chiming Bells"."
-- Edmondson and Robertshaw, 1978, The Pointer: Faber and Faber, London