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May 18. 1901.—N0. 2525. TILE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

May 18. 1901.—N0. 2525. TILE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

X.C.C. AND GIOUJD v. Is the absence of 8. Basjitsinhji through indiapoeition. the Buren eleven c mid not be expected to do full punks to the varied menrtasent of bowline made ready for their entertainment at Lord's last Monday, and, when it that C. B. Pry was also snable.to take
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY a:

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY a:

Harrow, 9 to 1 apt Caiman, 10 to 1 agwt General Peace , 100 to 9 each against Merry Methodist and Clarehaven, 100 to 7 agst Stealaway , 100 to 8 agst Alvescot, 25 to 1 each apt Courlan, Santoi, and St. Nydia, 1030 to 35 apt Minns, 33 to leach apt Pelliseon Merry Gal Dominie 11.,
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
May 18, 1901.—N0. 2525. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G

May 18, 1901.—N0. 2525. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G

Mace in the One Thousand Guineas, was beaten a long way from home. The evergreen Little Red Rat won an All-Aged Selling Race in good style, but no one was inclined to make an advance on the eelhng price of 400 me; and a Plato of a mile and • half was won by Black Sand. WEDNESDAY
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
HAYDOCK PARK KAY KERTING.

HAYDOCK PARK KAY KERTING.

Stewards—Hon. C. froward, Copt. L. H. Jones, Hoo. G. Di ccon A on, Lord Gerard, Lord M. Betatron) , Lord Dectea. Mr A. Knowles, and Mr T. Craven. Handicapper—Mt T. F. Dawkins. Judas—Me W. Ford. Clerk of Me Seats.... Mr 8. B. Ford. Starter—Mr R. l'Anaon. Clerks ql Me course and S
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
IZZBA.T. AP.C=B.

IZZBA.T. AP.C=B.

TIVISDAT, 9.—Weather unfavourable; *drizzle of rain throughout 35 arrows. 36 arrows. 60 yards. 50 yards. Total. L Bits. Ser. Hits. Ber. Hits. Ser. Mrs Cowan ... . 11 37 ... . 14 60 Miss Goodman Mrs Murray l 2 41 72 arrows. 72 arrows. OD )ards. 00 yards. Hits. Elm Illts.Ser. Mr Di
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
'TOM COLLI6I BOAT CLOD.

'TOM COLLI6I BOAT CLOD.

Tax school sculling was commence] on Wednesday and the final heat was rowed yesterday (Friday). The coarse was from Eton Brous to the Rushes, and back to Windsor Bridge, a dictate of mealy thus miles. Mr B. S. De Havilland acted as starter and umpire. - 1 P. H. Thomas H. D. Seal
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER•

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER•

soon after the change of ends, thus making their total seven, and finally, to finish the perio 1, Mr Freake again scored. In the last peri• al the Cavalry began well, as, after reaching the front of the Orleans' goal, they managed to ke.p the ball well in their opponents' quarte
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
Vol. 97.—Mai• IP, 1901.

Vol. 97.—Mai• IP, 1901.

May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
'S NEWSPAPER.

'S NEWSPAPER.

pollack, 113 samara, forty-nine whiting, and three lam. Bass are numerous around the mouth of the luny, and mackerel have arrived in the bay, while mullet have !pushed close inshore at Waterville river.—D. Morecambe Bay).—A fairly large quantity of dabs have been taken this week
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
GILISHAX'S SCHOOL.

GILISHAX'S SCHOOL.

Tar annual sports were hold at Volt on Saturday. The championship was won by Harvey with 915 marks, Mack being wend. The house champion. ship fell to Merman. Mile, Open Mack, 1; Clare. 2; Lewis ml, 3. Under Fourteen : Thomas, 1 ; Beck ma, 2. — T hrowing the Cricket Ball, Open: M
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England