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THE JURISDICTION OF JUSTICES. READERS OF THE FIELD will be aware of the fact that a bona fide claim of

THE JURISDICTION OF JUSTICES. READERS OF THE FIELD will be aware of the fact that a bona fide claim of

right, set up in detene • to a summons fo•r trespass nt petty sessions, suffices to oust the jurital•et•ou of the justices, and leaves the prosecutor to seek his remedy in a civil court by first establishing his disputed title. But as to what constitutes a bon fide claim of r gh
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
WYE ARCHERY CLUB.

WYE ARCHERY CLUB.

Tar first ;wire eeting was ebot irtheßossoronnd on June 10, when the national round was shut, and the prizes were afterwards given away by the lady president. 41 arrows. 24 arrows. 60 yards. 50 yards. Total. Lime. Hits. Ber. lilts. Ser. Hits. Eler. Golds. Miss Hanel Oakeley Mrs
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
C. O. Rou b Mugllstoa Byes 5 w 1 Total ....,

C. O. Rou b Mugllstoa Byes 5 w 1 Total ....,

C. O. Rou b Mugllstoa Byes 5 w 1 Total v. COLLEGE. PLATED on the College ground on Saturday last. 8:ore inn. led inn. A. Conan Doyle b Robertson 3B o nub b Robertson A. H. Wood c Sharp b Reams 21 a Robertson b Dross 4'. O. H. Sewell and b Robertson 44 Gro=e b Winterbottam 75 J. G
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
1101113.317 v: 8011:111

1101113.317 v: 8011:111

8011:111 Tar county eleven. at Taunton last Thursday, included P. B. Johnson, the Cambridge cricketer, and H. P. Montgomery, au offi cer i n the Marines and old Marlburian, while the veteran F. T. Welman kept wicket. The South Africans left out A. Bisset, Reid, and Lava. Sinclair
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD SPORTS PROTECTION AND ASSOCIATION.

THE FIELD SPORTS PROTECTION AND ASSOCIATION.

Tee Earl of Mansfield presided yesterday (Friday' over the seventeenth annual meeting of the above Association, held at Limner's Hotel, Bond street. There were also present Lord Westbury, Mr W. S. Rowe, Col. H. Warde, Capt. E. M. Showers, Mr James Powell, Mr Geo. E. Lodge, Mr W.
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THANES CONSERVANCY IN 1900.

THANES CONSERVANCY IN 1900.

TIIE general report issued by the conservators of the river Thames last week deals with the work of tho boird during the year 1900. From the angler's point of view it is a decidedly disappointing document. For instance, while comparatively little material has been dredged out be
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
'8 NEWSPAPER.

'8 NEWSPAPER.

A on the results of some experiments in planting Rhine salmon ova in Ireland may be of some interest to your readers, as not only noes it throw some additional light on the question whether salmon return to their native rivers or to the rivers they are placed in, but as incident
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
HUNTING, OTTER HUNTING IN EAST LOTHIAN. THE FINE WEATHER which prevailed list week when we were in the district of

HUNTING, OTTER HUNTING IN EAST LOTHIAN. THE FINE WEATHER which prevailed list week when we were in the district of

the Fast Lothian Tyno, along with the result of the hunt of June 4, naturally led one to expect a proportionate increase in the numbers of sporting people at the meet of the Dumfriesshire Otter Hounds on Juno 6, which was intimated for the Railway Hotel, Haddington. In spite of
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
ICI IiALKELD'II HOUNDS.

ICI IiALKELD'II HOUNDS.

IiALKELD'II HOUNDS. Tea puppy show in connection with this hunt was held at Hor.t Hill on the 11th inst., when there was a large gathering of those interested iu the bunt, farmers, and puppy walkers. In spite of the bad luck d ue t o th e ravages of distemper, eh had corned o ff
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE HAUNTS OF BRITISH SNAKES.

THE HAUNTS OF BRITISH SNAKES.

LYfiAVING OUT OF CONS' E the rare smooth snake (Coronet/a austriaca), the distribution of which is limited to a few localities in the South of EnAand, it is interesting to observe the n dere of the precise areas chosen by adders and ringed snakes for their hunts. Every field nat
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England