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ASSOCIATION DI CDAL

ASSOCIATION DI CDAL

Mr (1. W. Jarman... 1 10 ... 10 Mr H. C. Toth Mr T. Milton 1 0 10 Mr C. E. Ilrameld... 1 ... 8 9 Mr E. W. Borott 2 ... 0 10 Mr C. W. H. Tucker 3 .. 6 Mr .1. M. Cann CLUB CUP. Mr H. C. Teek Mr E. W. Bovett ... 10 Mr C. W. It Tucker Mr W. Thompson... 3 —lO Mr T. Milton..._ 1 7 Mr
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
Week. International Cup and other prima 9 9

Week. International Cup and other prima 9 9

Week. International Cup and other prima 9
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEWTON PARK FIRST WIRER MEETING.

NEWTON PARK FIRST WIRER MEETING.

awerde—Bari of Durham. Lord Allngfon. Lord Rendleabans , Lord Mon. 0. Howard. CspE. Martell, Mr W. Redfern. Handirapper—it a n: Dawkins. 0. E. Robinson. klarter—Mr A. Coventry. Clerk the Seales—Air Manning. Slakekolder—Yr 8. B. Portsnan•Dalton. Clerk Coarse—Mr W. 804111. SATURDA
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
be they authors or writers, amateur cultivators, or professional gardeners themselves. Commenced in the fourth v o l ume w

be they authors or writers, amateur cultivators, or professional gardeners themselves. Commenced in the fourth v o l ume w

i th its supplement. &c., was published in 1889, and now iu i.uot come s two more supplementary volumes, making in all six of the c omp l et . work. It is a remarkable produc ion of horticultural ability, and we wish Mr Nicholson had had full and coin:nand over this work front s
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
ROWING.

ROWING.

FIXTURES. Saturday, June 15, dc.—Eton College 8.C., Novice Sculling Saturday, June l3.—Walton Amateur Regatta Tuesday, June IP, and following day.—Dublin University B.C. Regatta Wednesday, June 19.—Ibls R.C., Whiff Handicap Wednesday, June ID, dc.—Eton College 8.C., Junior Pulli
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
end of th 3 line and Nebula to leeward. Vanity took the mud through standing too for in, and remained

end of th 3 line and Nebula to leeward. Vanity took the mud through standing too for in, and remained

fast so long that her chances were utterly destroyed. Viers soon showed the rest a clean pair of heels, but Cerigo and Nan had a grand race in the heat until halfway between the West Osse and the Mouse Lightship, when Nan famed thu smaller boat, and left her steadily, though not
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
MAIDSTONE LADIES' G.C.

MAIDSTONE LADIES' G.C.

Jums 3 TO 7. Flaws MT.—Medal winners for 1901 for challenge bowl presented by Blair Dfaconocbie : MIII3 Trew (record score), 96-8=88; Miss W. Hallowes, 112-12=100; Mrs W. A. Hill, 102-10=92. Szrowo Dar.—Bogey competition for prize presented by Mrs Macconochie Miss Pochin, 2 up.
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
CARDS.

CARDS.

FOYER .\r„—The card can be taken back without penalty. BIIIDOT.—The D Age Manual, by John Doe (Mudie and Sons, London). E. B.—At the state of the score, we think a no•trump declaration was justifiable. K. K. T.—The laws do not touch the question. We think a fresh deal is the onl
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
BRIDGE.

BRIDGE.

TUE TO PARTNER'S ORIGINAL LEAD AGAINST A DECLARATION. Sig,—After considering Mr W. H. Whitfeld's valuable criticisms in the Field of May 11 upon the system of play suggested by me in the Field of April 20, it becomes evident that the proposed plan is susceptible of improvement.
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
GARDEN NOTES AND WIRERS.

GARDEN NOTES AND WIRERS.

THE TREE LUPINE (Lupins arbor us).—The white and yellow forms of this shrubby babitod species are now very beautiful, soft grey-leaved bushes being covered with hundreds of soft yellow or white spires of towers. There are now blue, lilac, purple, and parti'ooloured forms. all ha
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England