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STOW 4 SON,

STOW 4 SON,

)AL'IIT AND BOAT BUILDL RS AND AGENTS, SHOREHAM, SUSSEX. 41:1TERS an,! I'M HT, yreuy model Sailing C.B. &wt. ut ali Yauut., (Jig-, and ay, in .toek. . . _ _ for rryuirs uud rat. Pateut xlip aud yuluou. FOR SALE, 22ft. new liquid fuel STEAM LAUNCH. h-ft. da to : 20it.x,cona.l.m1
February 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
W. W. GREENER'S

W. W. GREENER'S

WORLD-RENOWNED
February 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
HARWoons ?At A , 1 . . .r ° . .lw T.c . 14041\00 . 4 Arttl'Fflet lo l I

HARWoons ?At A , 1 . . .r ° . .lw T.c . 14041\00 . 4 Arttl'Fflet lo l I

11 , 1 1 ' ll Sdale I \ lIN a Z HARWOOD'S PATENT.
February 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
POLO AND HUNTING SADDLE.

POLO AND HUNTING SADDLE.

: SORE BACKS SCARCELY POSSIBLE. TIIE Serge-lined Flock-stuffed Panel is entirely dispensed with. 'l•h • under part consists of a light leather Numnah. pad :ed with soft, springy felt, and coveted nett the horse pith smooth. soft leather. It is buckled to the animal inde end-ntly
February 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
G. & J. ZAIR'S WHIPS

G. & J. ZAIR'S WHIPS

Sold by respectable Saddlers throughout Great Britain and Ireland. FOURTH SHEET
February 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
Feb. 2, 1901. No. 2510. YACHTING. YACHT CLUB ROAM FIXTIIIIII Sunday to Feb. 3 to 10 . — Mareilles luk•ntational

Feb. 2, 1901. No. 2510. YACHTING. YACHT CLUB ROAM FIXTIIIIII Sunday to Feb. 3 to 10 . — Mareilles luk•ntational

Regatta Monday to Thursday. Feb. 24 to March it.—Panne• International Regatta Tared') to War, March to At ril +.—Nice International Regatta THE FIELD, . THE• CO UNTR . -GENTLEMAN'S N
February 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
DECADENT TROUT STREAMS.

DECADENT TROUT STREAMS.

MY experience of the feeding of fish turned iu from nurseries mainly confined to two small moorland streams, the Avon and Erme, but I believe my remarks will apply to most West-country rivers. The association connected with thee* two rivers turns in thousands of young trout ever
February 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
FLY-FISHING IN TIDAL WATERS.

FLY-FISHING IN TIDAL WATERS.

Sint,—From what has been already written on this subject it would appear that the salmon that rise most freelybi salt water are the more tineivilised and unedlicatial fish. Such, for instance, as the salmoniche of Newfotindland. or possibly. as appeared in a recent I. tier. of B
February 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
:WSPAPER.

:WSPAPER.

V 4.1. 97.—Feh. 2. Will. shot was a difficult one to make at dusk in a cramped position on the face of a cliff. The bullet missed. The markhor turned and rushed up the detritus at the base of the cliff. rp this ev en a markbor could travel slowly. Before lie had reached the top,
February 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
from behind a rock, followed by the marknor, magas% ground. such ca es it is always worth while waiting. The

from behind a rock, followed by the marknor, magas% ground. such ca es it is always worth while waiting. The

In trkbor will not let the go very far alone, and his movements may be pretty accurately predicted by theirs. The does dropped down the cliff tacit, but the marklior refa-ed to descend, much to the indignation of the shikaris, ixcaute this was contrary to all established custom.
February 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England