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LATEST MODEL PRISMATIC tIELD CI ASS.

LATEST MODEL PRISMATIC tIELD CI ASS.

ADVAMTIGEI3.—Mounted in Magnalimn. aidch and stronger than Aluminium. Most convenient form of focussing by cautral milled head. EXTREME PORTABILITY. Xl2 Size weighs 181 oz. Prices: =9 MO, £9. 10.. (wholesale Only). N ew pest free from Lemon Branch-. 92. HATTON GARDEN, E.C. Our G
June 8, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
bury, Mr J. Dellville, and Mr A. &tart) met the E team (Mr N. Daring, Mr J. 0. Jameeon, u

bury, Mr J. Dellville, and Mr A. &tart) met the E team (Mr N. Daring, Mr J. 0. Jameeon, u

subglute for Mr G. Eustis, Mr G. Curtis, and Mr F. Wise). When play commenced, Mr llmeltine, who we were glad to see, played, he nicked in and took the tall well up to the E end, where he missed the mark. A hit out followed. when Mr Ilmeltinc at once obtained possession and scor
June 8, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
Juno 8, 1901.—N0. 2528. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Juno 8, 1901.—N0. 2528. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

X.C.C. AND GROUND v. SOUTH AFRICA'S. Al:Moron the compliment was paid the South Africans of placing a very foraLdable eleven in the held against them last Monday, it proved to be sot a whit too strong for the emergency, as its victory was in doubt up to the middle of the last in
June 8, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
BOWLING ANALYSIS. 0. N. R. W. 0. X. R. W. 37 ... 10 ... 96 ... 6 Tyler 3 0

BOWLING ANALYSIS. 0. N. R. W. 0. X. R. W. 37 ... 10 ... 96 ... 6 Tyler 3 0

... 6 ... 0 19.2... 1 ... 71 ... 2 Woods 5 0 . 15 . 0 Craidleld bowled one wide and Gill two no balls. &WOAD INNING,. Cranleld l9 1 ... 81 ... 2 Tyler . Yowler Beaund 26 4 . 83 . 4 Gill Woods Crmnleld Braund ow ... 0 .16 .0 3 . 0 .17 .0 MOS. Lockwood 27 4 . ... Lees ll 3 39 .01
June 8, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
RUGBY SCHOOL v. TRIIITY COLLZ3E. OXFORD (12 a-side). i• 11,,by, ~n bcore z

RUGBY SCHOOL v. TRIIITY COLLZ3E. OXFORD (12 a-side). i• 11,,by, ~n bcore z

RUGBY SCHOOL v. TRIIITY COLLZ3E. OXFORD (12 a-side). i• ~n bcore z &Finn. 6.-1.... k I. C. Ilannay A. Thompson b Kershaw I• I' 01 A. 1). wdca cA. K. Hauuay K r-bor b C. B. I, A. 0. Par ous b Bernard T. A. Tap'. Hot out 113c551-1,1 1 F. C.l'r H. W. F. W. C. O. TILL , -w w I V. H.
June 8, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
Lieut. Newton and Smith did not

Lieut. Newton and Smith did not

on tKLIVOTON SCHOOL V. GZNTLIIMIN.—PIayed at York i C esday last. !acmes Focklington School, 136 0. Wood 36. F. W. Mitchell 32) y Yorkshire Oentlemen, 114 (Capt. Fleming 40. H. D. Cadman 29). COLUMN V. TEI DERBY GRASSHOPPER/I.— Denstone on June Score*: Deruitone College, 1 r 2 f
June 8, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
TEE FAEOES.

TEE FAEOES.

We published not long since some notes on the Farces, and last week the notice of a pamphlet by Messrs Cook and Son, which gave particulars as to the way thither and tourist possibilities. Now our Consul, Mr Villiers, issue' areport on the islands, which, while dealing with matt
June 8, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEW THAMES YACHT CLUB. JUNE 1. Tan racing season opened in the Thames on the above date with the matches

NEW THAMES YACHT CLUB. JUNE 1. Tan racing season opened in the Thames on the above date with the matches

"down Elwin " from Southend to Harwich. This year the entry was a particularly poor one, only firs yachts coming up to the line to compete for the two races on the programme. Whilst the larger yachts and class racers were savaged in the time.honoured matches of the New Thames Cl
June 8, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE lIELWANHLKA CUP TRIALS.

THE lIELWANHLKA CUP TRIALS.

As there was a fresh south-west breeze in Southampton Water on May 31 Mr Lorne C. Currie's three boats were pot afloat from Stevens Brothers' yard a day earlier than was intended, for the continuance of the trials. A course of about sir miles was arranged which gave an easy reac
June 8, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
DOG SHOWS AND JUDD TRIAL&

DOG SHOWS AND JUDD TRIAL&

Losses, PROPLIe4 PALAU( (Toy and Foreign Dogs).—June 11, 11. Bee., My A. M Sparrow Borounr.—Jane IA 13. Bee., Mr H. Liddell. Cot 12, 13. Bee., Mr A. A. Beanclerk gnus snoir.--June 19, M. Bee., Mr T. Whitfield Raucous Caen (lox Terriers).--June 21. Sec. Mr C. Craft Liu 23, 24. Be
June 8, 1901 - Field - London, London, England