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ORIENT-PACIFIC LINE

ORIENT-PACIFIC LINE

To AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, & TASMANIA. THE following STEAMSHIPS will leave as .L under foe IFRIIMANTLE, ADELAIDE, MEL. BOURNE. and SYDNEY, with Ufa at Plymouth. Gibraltax, btaneiMS. Naples. Port 3s. a w Colombo, and taking passengers for all poets in A Tons. London. OPRIRItw. 11
November 29, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
BOOKS, PUBLICATIONS, &c.

BOOKS, PUBLICATIONS, &c.

SIXTH EDITION. "low rabd.V. mine In;. net. SAUNDERS' PRACTICE OF
November 29, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
LETTERS TO SEA FISHERS.

LETTERS TO SEA FISHERS.

JOHN BICKERDYKE. POPULAR UNABRIDGED EDITION REVISED. WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS. The torrents following r The Art of Beat Sailing and Choice of Boats. Weather, Tides, Life Saving at Sea. Baits and How to Find Them. The Best Methods of Sea Fishing front Shore Beate, and Ocean St
November 29, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
IN

IN

November 29, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
TRAVEL.

TRAVEL.

G.—(l) At Biarritz the Grand Hotel. Place de la Malris, goad; the charge for tension Lir. o day. (3) It would be beat, at thin see.on, to arrange for pension. (3) You would not get any hunting. (4) The hotels at flembastian are the Continental, Londe's, and Angle• terre; charge
November 29, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
SPORT IN FRANCE.

SPORT IN FRANCE.

E WEATHER IN FRANCE has not beea favouraMe for outdoor sports during the last week or so, sad several shooting parties, notahly one to be given by Baron Alphonse do Rothschild, have been abandoaed, while the frost was so Coyote last Fri lay that the Enghien Steeplechases could n
November 29, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
Nov. 29. 1902.—N0. 2605. no novelty for a headed fox to make a detour , not seldom a very slight

Nov. 29. 1902.—N0. 2605. no novelty for a headed fox to make a detour , not seldom a very slight

one, to gain his point. Away on the right lay the Spring. field Spinney, with its open Quorn earth, and also John O'Gaunt, but as Thatcher could get no line that way it does not seem improbable that the fox, when headed, turned under the lee of the hill, and, approaching nearer
November 29, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. vol. 100.—NoT. 29, 1902.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. vol. 100.—NoT. 29, 1902.

THE SHIRES. LAST WEEK we were revelling in a protracted Indian summer, and now we are shivering with cold at the covert aide or trying to get the inkpot as near to the fire as possible. A good scent and extra mild weather is generally a harbinger of a severe blast, and I feared
November 29, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE OXENHOLME STAGHO

THE OXENHOLME STAGHO

UNDS. Tin fixture was at Lord Henry Bentinck's place at Underley on the 20th, a large field assembling at the North Lodge at twelve o'clock. The quest was for a stag which has been outlying in the district for some two years. The coverts behind Underley were drawn, and very soon
November 29, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
ABSTRACT OP FIRST CLASS RACES AND PRINCIPAL HANDICAP MATCH SAILED IN 1902. Wind notation: 1, light ; ra, moderate ;

ABSTRACT OP FIRST CLASS RACES AND PRINCIPAL HANDICAP MATCH SAILED IN 1902. Wind notation: 1, light ; ra, moderate ;

f, fresh ; strong. When a yacht's name is printed in italics it denotes that she flubbed that. but did not take Mat prize. cub. Winner. Other Third yachts order of arrival.
November 29, 1902 - Field - London, London, England