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iMMNaO3 /Th " ) CONTINUOUS BAR a ... WROVGIiT IRON ORNAMENTAL CIATE3 I. RAILING . MESH 4 , CAUGE I

iMMNaO3 /Th " ) CONTINUOUS BAR a ... WROVGIiT IRON ORNAMENTAL CIATE3 I. RAILING . MESH 4 , CAUGE I

PtC QUOTATIONS FOOQUATTITIF.S T On PEEL., or P•atTICULnAS. WROT IRON RAILING E CORR 4 PALE FENCING . -- Sr/105. ;OLD COVE .. ROOFING CATALOGUES . / 0 4 DON: 11 LGINSTER STREET. DUBLIN. • cINDCISDALt IRON WORKS. • • _ - LASGOW.
December 25, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
HUNTING.

HUNTING.

—An account of the presentation appeared in the Field of last week in the Hunting Notes B. and G. E. P.--We should have been very pleased to publish your respective accounts if they had witched us in Mine for last week's paper. C. 'F.—You do not say how long your home has had hi
December 25, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
MANAGEMENT OF CATTLE.

MANAGEMENT OF CATTLE.

TILE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES of good management are the same in regard to all breeds ot cattle; tho differences due to locality, breed, and seasonal circumstances are in detail only—arc, in fact, superlicial, though very important oconornioally. Th erefore, when ono speaks ot the
December 25, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
16-BORES.

16-BORES.

SIP,—I should be very grateful to any of your readers who have changed from 12 to 16-bores if they would give their opinion about the latter, as I should be Interested to bear if other people's experience corresponds with my own. This year I got a pair of the 16's built and fitt
December 25, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
CHINA CLAY A MINERAL.

CHINA CLAY A MINERAL.

THERE is obviously wide difference, both legally, mineralogically, and commercially, between" china" clay and normal clay such as a brickmaker would dig for his kiln. Quite recently the Court of Appeal decided that the lattercould not be ranked as a " mineral " to be " reserved
December 25, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
A POTTED TROUT AND ONE OTHER.

A POTTED TROUT AND ONE OTHER.

MIEN arrTiutit;The;Tter meadows, flushing the ditches till they flood the tables and drench the grasses with water seeking its way back through the herbage to the river •by way of ditch, drain, and carrier, the wise old trout who know their business may be found in narrow ditche
December 25, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
The arrow shows the direction of the wind.

The arrow shows the direction of the wind.

B, having been an overtaking yacht in Fig. 5, cries "clear" by going off to leeward at (7), and then comes back to (3) or (6) and makes A keep out of her way under clause (h). The old rules, containing as they did tho words "clear ahead," might have been interpreted to regard B
December 25, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

experiences of the last few weeks have been of value. The men play with far moro judgment and steadiness than in their early games, and a result the forwards are getting a chance to prove their worth. In the second division the most important game was at Mauldeth, where the lead
December 25, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
Tor \'yea•

Tor \'yea•

Tor requisite angle. The fastenings fur the barrels necessarily depart considerably from the conventional form. Instead of the hinged joints and grips being situated beneath tiro lower barrel, they are placed symmetrically on either side. The ejector mechanism is likewise lateral
December 25, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Nu. 5. .1 SECTION up 711 V. STICIIIANI it was.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Nu. 5. .1 SECTION up 711 V. STICIIIANI it was.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Nu. 5. .1 SECTION 711 V. it was. cult to interpret, but it appears to Six —S 3. 5. 8 10, W 4, 7, W 3. If this interpretation is correct. then the parr has spent three years in fresh water before going to the sea as a smolt. To summari
December 25, 1909 - Field - London, London, England