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April 21. 1900.—N0. 2469. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

April 21. 1900.—N0. 2469. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

sad Shady for half the Journey. where Busby Stoop reOred. sad Pirskate was Joined by Mordicua, with Shady. Ari Ong, and Old Acquaintance seat. At the distance Yordicus challenged P lZal sto. and. druwiltit awy was cleverly by half a length; a 1 said a bay ad ttiledt VOW IN A WOR
April 21, 1900 - Field - London, London, England
 
'S NEWSPAPER.

'S NEWSPAPER.

RACING IN QUEENSLAND. THE DEVOTION TO SPORT is a striking characteristic of Australians. This sentiment is far more pronounced and universal in Australia than in the old country. In England the amusement of the many which is the passion of the few, is if awed with indifference b
April 21, 1900 - Field - London, London, England
 
WHEELS AND WAYS.

WHEELS AND WAYS.

NOTES AND COXMUTS. ACRISIS appears to be approaching in the affairs of the International Cyclists' Association, which, if the latest reports are to be relied upon, threatens it with disruption. The association was established some years ago for the organisation and control of in
April 21, 1900 - Field - London, London, England
 
GREAT YARMOUTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

GREAT YARMOUTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

Tins meeting was held on the Recreation ground on Saturday last , in moderately flue weather. The Victor Ludorum medal was won by Collier ma for the third time in succession—a record, the previous best being twice in succession. The half mile, open, and under fifteen, and long j
April 21, 1900 - Field - London, London, England
 
CAIMAIVONBRIRZ G.C.

CAIMAIVONBRIRZ G.C.

Tat ladies' spring meeting took place last week with the following results Healey medal: Miss L. Burke Wood,llo —16=94, 1; Miss Q. Burke Wood, 100-4=96, 2. Walker challenge bowl, medal (scratch): Miss (1. Burke Wood,lol, 1 ; Miss L. Peers, 107, 2. Prize given by the captain (Mrs
April 21, 1900 - Field - London, London, England
 
senior clams, where he secured the premier rosette for Lord of the Valley, bred by Mrs C. t, ree nall.

senior clams, where he secured the premier rosette for Lord of the Valley, bred by Mrs C. t, ree nall.

second winner in Ws clue was Tip Top Charmer, belonging to Mr W. MilwanlJones. Mr Neill %as very cotuipiclons in the heifer classes, heading both with typical animals of promise the younger 011/ bred by himself, while the two.year-old Mtn bred in Jersey. The second card in the s
April 21, 1900 - Field - London, London, England
 
BOLTOI BAST= HMI SHOW.

BOLTOI BAST= HMI SHOW.

THE annual horse show at Bolton on Easter Monday attracted considerable int,rest among north country breeders. Mr T. A. Crook and Mr P. Davies judged the heavy horses, and in the stallion class gave precedence to Sagacity 11., by Wisdom 11., owned by Mr James Forshaw. The horse
April 21, 1900 - Field - London, London, England
 
BY ROYAL W. _f•

BY ROYAL W. _f•

April 21, 1900 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER.

NEWSPAPER.

XXVII
April 21, 1900 - Field - London, London, England
 
UNDER KEEPER seeks BrIIIIITION age 21, height eft. strong sal psalm well up in searing pheasants, partridge,. fc logjda wiring. and rabbit trapping, end ail dodge • keeper ; disengaged April 21; good refereusee.—Wirass apply H. Borehsm, Were:duster, Wilts.

UNDER KEEPER seeks BrIIIIITION age 21, height eft. strong sal psalm well up in searing pheasants, partridge,. fc logjda wiring. and rabbit trapping, end ail dodge • keeper ; disengaged April 21; good refereusee.—Wirass apply H. Borehsm, Were:duster, Wilts.

UNDER KEEPER seeks BrIIIIITION age 21, height eft. strong psalm well up in searing pheasants, partridge , . wiring. and rabbit trapping, end keeper ; disengaged April 21; good refereusee.—Wirass apply H. Borehsm, Were:duster, Wilts. 'ANTED by a Young Mau, a SITUATION ASSISTANT PE
April 21, 1900 - Field - London, London, England