PHEASANTS' EGGS !!! - FRESH & FERTILE r A : FROM 2.500 PLR DAY • GAME•FOODS• BISCUIT MEALS 3, GRADES OGAPUPPY . FOODS a . H. C L,AJR, K, l'Aartufac.turer & Pheasant Bregde s r e . RABBS CROSS, REDDITCH. 'Ay 40. Page Catalogue . Post Free. J C HAS HAD OVER 30,YEARS PRACTICAL EXPE
For the successful rearing of Pheasants, Partridges, and Wild Ducks from the shell. INITATED BY ALL. EQUALLED BY NONE. Time are no cheap in these Food', are added to tarp, otots. 'sect 'ld ' 4 311 all fr - one bulk. FURNITURE, &c. GOLD MEDAL PARIS EXHIBITION, 1900• MUSGRAVE'S NE
MERRYWEATHERS' NEW PRICE LIST OF PUMPS TO BE DRIVEN BY OIL ENGINES, STEAM ENGINES, WIND ENGINES, WATER WHEELS, ANIMAL OR MANUAL POWER, OR BY ELECTRICITY. 4 Engine Driving Writs 'supply Pump. Bow. Dookey. or Bullock Pump.
Lad another fa'se point near the fence. A well run trial Dyne setter. Lady Minnie, handled by Lauder, and Hutton Drake, by Kn ,wlton, were not down long before it was found Minnie was a very smart galloper, tut decidedly shaky in backing her opponent, and her first point was a f
Tie 111.Rountl and Individual Gymnastic Championships of Scotland were decided in the Atheneum Gymnasium, Glasgow, on Saturday evening. News P. Stroud and A. Long acting as judges. The items of competition were horizontal slid parallel bars, steady rings, mid rope climbing. Amon
Titer sports were spread orer the latter part of the Easter term, and most the times were spoilt by wet weather and high winds. 100 Yards, Seniors C. E. Dodson, 1 ; E. R. Reynolds, 2. Time, 12 sec. Juniors H. Sutcliffe, 1; 0. Bombidge, 2. Time, ltisce.— Quarter Mile, Seniors C.
TUX above club held their spring meeting on Saturday and April 6 and 8. The course is in first-rate order, but owing to the laj of the season there has not been any growth of grass on the gr coupled with the high winds on both days, made the put Many of the well-known names, suc