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01.04.r.0. GILBERTSON & PAGE Ltd., Game Food Manufacturers, Hertford, Herts.

01.04.r.0. GILBERTSON & PAGE Ltd., Game Food Manufacturers, Hertford, Herts.

LENO'S GAME FARM, Near Hl= HEMPSTEAD, HUT& IMO. INSPECTION INVITED. E I EASANTt3' EGOS , from Black-necked ss per cent. geerenteed fertile; 110 to 100. to to 40e Jane toe. Der Phearantrko, Collor* Farm, BRAMSHOTT GAME FARM is now T ORDERS for PHEASANTS' EGGS for the Demon from g
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
E. A. PEARCE,

E. A. PEARCE,

Yachtsman Yacht Agency, Effingham House, Arundel St., W.O. Telephone-2445 Telegrams—" Sosboat. London." 2e5U-TONS handsome and well-fitted STEAM YACHT for CHARTER: state rooms; boat. include sailing cutter and steam launch; grand order througbout—Apply Z. A. Peas it. as shore. L
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
wee gatierie..• 6E His Maleafy The Her Majesty The Queen. Her late Maj, sty Queen Victoria. H.I.M. The Empress of

wee gatierie..• 6E His Maleafy The Her Majesty The Queen. Her late Maj, sty Queen Victoria. H.I.M. The Empress of

Rorsie. I.M. The Empress of Germany. The Empress Frederick of Germany. H.I.M. The Empress Eugenie. R.R.E. The Duko of Cornwall and York. R.R.H. The Duchess of Cornwall and York. T.R.H. The Duke and Duchess of Connaught The Imperial Family of Russia. The Imperial Family of German
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
Made In 6 sizes. 26in. to 481 n. wide.

Made In 6 sizes. 26in. to 481 n. wide.

Ns!, PATTIRNS AND PATENT SPRING /FLAMM/. Supplied promPtly by all Ironmongers. BANBOXIA, lIIIS JIIITERIEB LTD., Brownie.
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
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5 Tim Caowns. BACK BROWNS TIMID. 24, OLD BOND STREET, W.
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD.

THE FIELD.

SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1001.
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. NATIONAL HUNT CONNITTEL

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. NATIONAL HUNT CONNITTEL

A meeting of the committee was held at Messrs Weatherby and Sous' Office, 6, Old Burlington-street. London, W., on Monday last, May 13. Present Cul. C. Itivers , Bulkeley (in the chair), Mr W. H. P. Jenkins. Capt. W. Hope-Johnstone, Col. J. A. T. Garrett, stewards ; Mr B. T. Bas
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
PIGEON SHOOTING AT HIIRLIIIGHAW.

PIGEON SHOOTING AT HIIRLIIIGHAW.

SHOOTING began on Friday with a £3 handicip and a £l5 cup added (eighteen competitors). The birds, aided by a strong wind, flew well, and by the end of the fi fth round Mr Guy Chetwynd and Mr F. Freake only were left in. In shooting off the tie it wa4 not until the twelfth round
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THZ HABITS OF SALMON. SIR,—In my letter to you of April 25 on the above subject I fear I did

THZ HABITS OF SALMON. SIR,—In my letter to you of April 25 on the above subject I fear I did

not make my meaning re discoloured salmon sufficiently clear. The fish referred to had all the appearance of having been a long time in fresh water, and were not slightly tinged copper colour, as those usually seen in tidal waters. It seems to me that Sir Herbert Maxwell is taki
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE ESSEX HOUNDS. A STRANGE COINCIDENCE, on Friday , the 10 th , these hounds were swimming their otter in

THE ESSEX HOUNDS. A STRANGE COINCIDENCE, on Friday , the 10 th , these hounds were swimming their otter in

the deep muddy waters of the river Boding, within live.and.twenty mites of Whitecbapel, handled by a former follower of the Calmstock Otter Hounds, the while these latter were hinting the fair river Otter in distant Devonshire. At Shonk's Mill, at 10.30, hounds were pat to water
May 18, 1901 - Field - London, London, England