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THE LIPHOOK GAME FARM

THE LIPHOOK GAME FARM

(Wow the oldest and principal (lame Farm). +l•ASAiloak. 4 td Orders now being booked in large or small quantities, to hitch es per cent. to cent from stock birds, patent large movable pens. LIM produo,d on this system hatch birds Mgt* a% strong as eggs from wild birds, and mach
February 23, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
STRADEY CASTLE PHEASANTS' EGGS

STRADEY CASTLE PHEASANTS' EGGS

FOR THE COMING SEASON. UARANTEED FRESH DAILY from the pheasentrim.. In large or small quantities, from naged or blaek.necked birds am preferred events! quot ations iur orders of 1000 and ups aryls, to 10 per cent. fertlldg guaranteed. APO,— MANSEL LEWIS, STRADEY CASTLE. LLANELLY
February 23, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
KOITI CARLO.

KOITI CARLO.

Fmn. 15.—The contest for the seventh Triennial Championship has occupied the best part of this week, and has brought together more competitors than the Grand Prix du Casino, though this was due to the fact that none of the English competed for the latter. There were only eighty-
February 23, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
CAXBBIDGZ lINIVZRSITY.

CAXBBIDGZ lINIVZRSITY.

'Tar UNIVERSITY V. LINIOX.—In this match, on Wednesday, at the Univers:ty ground, the Light Blues bad s very good team iu the field, the two Internationals (Sager and D. IL Bedell-Sivright) returning to the ranks. As A. E. Hind is now devoting his attention to the cinderpath, a
February 23, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
Pr lIISILOKE COLLIGE.

Pr lIISILOKE COLLIGE.

Pr COLLIGE. rr..i.text —24 r R. A. Neil. rfre-President—Mr H. T. Rich. gam. J. W. Horne : H. W. Workman, W. G. /Elia, H. Fletcher. C. Jackson. Tern meeting was held on Monday and Tuesday under adverse oxiditions. The etranTers' three miles handicap went to the Light Blue crave-co
February 23, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE KING AS FARMER.

THE KING AS FARMER.

KING EDWARD VII. is not the first sovereign of these realms who has identified himself with agricultural and stock breeding pursuits, but it is perfectly safe to say that the farming industry has never had upon the Throne, not even in George 111. himself, a warmer or more enthus
February 23, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
HAIR RESTORER.

HAIR RESTORER.

The Finest Dressing, Specially Prepared] and Delicately Perfumed. A Luxury sand a Necessity to every Modern Toilet. " HARLENE" produces Luxuriant Hair. Prevents it Falling off and Turning Grey. Unequalled for Promoting the Growth of the Beard and Moustache. The World_ Renowned R
February 23, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
FISHING TACKLE, &c.

FISHING TACKLE, &c.

Tnr Fit:to It in to Hardy. of Moot,. owe the nnpremacy we have achieved maker., They have left all competitors hot behind." `HARDY' RODS GOLD MEDAL AT PARIS, 1900. THEIHARDY' RODS DEFY OOMPETITIONs
February 23, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
SALMON AND TROUT

SALMON AND TROUT

FLIES, ROD t, REELS, LINES, &c., for all parts of the Globe. Flies Dressed on the Model Perfect Hooks, or Limerick & Sneck Hooks. •• • _ I - • - COMBINATION SPOON PHANTOM," For Salmon, Trout, Pike, and Bass. The "Combination Spoon Phantom" inning hail iv,:tvits designates, 4.uni
February 23, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
FEMALE AILDIEWT3.

FEMALE AILDIEWT3.

LARuEsT SALE IN THE WORLD. In Roxeg, IVd. and N. 9d. each. BEECHAM'S TOOTH PASTE ECONOMICAL. EFFICACIOUS, ci.EANSES THE TEETH PERFUMES THE BREATH , In Collapsible Tubes, One Shilling each. Vol. 97.—Feb. 23, 1901. CYCLING, &c.
February 23, 1901 - Field - London, London, England