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EREE FISHING to Visitors staying at DOLECOED HOTEL, Llancytyd Wells, Central lea; finest suite of sulphur baths in any hotel;

EREE FISHING to Visitors staying at DOLECOED HOTEL, Llancytyd Wells, Central lea; finest suite of sulphur baths in any hotel;

spacious billiard room; oertined sanitation and pure water supply; ei``hteen•hole golf links for hotel visitors; celebrated sulphur and chalyboate spas in hotel grounds.
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
INTERNATIONAL SPORT.

INTERNATIONAL SPORT.

WE HAVE NOW WITII US a team of South African cricketers who only the other day managed to score 692 rune in their match against Cambridge University. The Australian cricketers have, as everybody knows, been frequent visitors, and on the river Americans and colonials have shown t
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE RECOIL OF SHOT GUIS.

THE RECOIL OF SHOT GUIS.

SlR,—There is one sentence In Mr Hely•Hutchinson's letter published in the Field (June 8) to which I would venture to take exceplon. He says (referring to the diagram used for illustrating his letter), " if you could put point 1 against the shoulder the gun would n I shoot up."
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
ROYAL RICHMOND ARCM= CLUB.

ROYAL RICHMOND ARCM= CLUB.

HANDICAP 11EEVIII07, floe; slight N.E. Twenty members and seventeen visitors shot. 48 arrows. 24 arrows. (8) yards. yards. Total. Handicap. LAMER. Hits. Scr. Hits. Ser. Hits.Scr. Ad.led.Ois. Okls. Mrs Nott Bower 29 121 ... 2) 80 ... 49 203 ... 226 429 ... 3 Mrs Palliser 35 166 .
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
Juue 15, 1901.—N0. 2529. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Juue 15, 1901.—N0. 2529. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

TUN Forms Bow Maniac of the club was held on Thursday. June C. The weather was sunny and pleasant, with a cool breeze blowing. The scoring on the whole was not so good as usual, as only two ladles and one gentleman were over 300. very noticeable improvement has been made since t
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
XIDDLIMIX V. NOTTS.

XIDDLIMIX V. NOTTS.

at Lord's this season, with the exception of Middlesex v. Oloucestershire, bare invariably been brought to • conclusion well within **three days allotted to them. It may be that the turf has not been quite so favourable to the batsmen as on some other grounds, though ft has give
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
0. x. a. w. Llewellyn 95 .. 17 ... 51 ... 1 Baldwin Barton 24 .. 11 .. 40 ... 1 Wynyard Orals lO ... A... 93 ... Hill . .....

0. x. a. w. Llewellyn 95 .. 17 ... 51 ... 1 Baldwin Barton 24 .. 11 .. 40 ... 1 Wynyard Orals lO ... A... 93 ... Hill . .....

Llewellyn boirled one wide. fincoan laminae. Llewellyn 37.5 .19 ... 76 . 5 Orel/ Baldwin Wynyard 6.. 6 ... . Hill 1 11 . 1 Barton Steele lO ... - Steele bowled one Wl , lO. Bradley 9 . 91 . 3 Hearne Mason 42.1... 12 —lOO .. 4 Burner. Humphreys 23 ... ... 71 . 2 Murrell 0 ... 11
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
KENT v. NOTTS.

KENT v. NOTTS.

Tar erperience of the Notts team at Catford on Thursday was anything but pleasant. A cold wind blew throughout the day, end in weather which reminded one more of football than cricket Notts were kept in the field for over five hours. .At one time it seemed as if the bowlers woul
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
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June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England