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7S NEWSPAPER.

7S NEWSPAPER.

June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
GAZDZN.

GAZDZN.

C.—Wurrr.—Try Helmsman, The Briton and Trojan, all good white border carnations. Taus.—Smith's weed killer, which you can obtain from most chemists, will probably meet your require. ments. A. N. T.—The common butterwort of the bogs ( Pingsicula outgaria), formerly used in Northe
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
RISES ; II inbs.

RISES ; II inbs.

Capt. Dough, ... 1 double 2 :Angles Dr Cowper won the tie. SILVER SPOON; It subs, - --- Capt. Douglas Ur Lee White . NrStreet 4 ... .. 5 . Mr J. Quayle 6 . 3 , Twynam's and Dr Cowper's teams
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Vol. 97.--Julle Ir, 1901.
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 97.—June 15,1901.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 97.—June 15,1901.

GLOUCEBTERSKIRI v. Woaresrrasurar, at Bristol, when play ceased on Wednesday were 29 runs on, and their opponents only bad seven wickets in hand. But for the rata which fell on the last day there is very little doubt that the game would have been brought to a definite conclusion
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
RICHMOND HORSE SHOW.

RICHMOND HORSE SHOW.

.Todges—Hacks, Sr R. Green.Priro and Mr R. T Hermon Hodge. Harnes3 Horses. Gen. Sir Henry Enna and Mr A. E. EtSIM Polo Ponies, Kr W. S. Backmaster. SINCE the last show the executive Nava had to lament tha death of the late secretary, Capt. Fitzgerald, who did such excelent servi
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
ROTES AND ANTICIPATIONS.

ROTES AND ANTICIPATIONS.

BROADLY SPEAKING, the racing may be divided into three parts—spring racing, summer racing, and autumn racingand with the conclusion of the Epsom week the spring racing may be eaid to have come to an end. So far as it has gone, however, the season may bo said to be an interesting
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Jane 15, 1901.—N0. 2529. C. F. Way, 15, beat F. W. Brambeer, tbree-nixths, 6/1, 6,2 E. M. Hall, four-sixths, beat C. Gordon Watson, 15.2, 6,0, 6,1 T. 1). Steward, 15, beat J. Heinmant, 15.3, 6,2, 6 . 8 H. A. Parker, scratch, be it E. A. Phillips, owes three-sixths, 6.3, 6/3 S. 0
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 97.—June 15, 1901.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 97.—June 15, 1901.

farm at Iping, and" the family tortoise "? and, lost though not least, his mother Antic llolt, ho brought him Us !bawl at East Harting, Se:, %dila the inherited through her own mother, Anne Forl, a daughter of Sir William Ford, of Winchester, and niece of Sir Edward Ford. of Upp
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
GENERAL READIR.

GENERAL READIR.

to the lovely district through which runs the river Dart will scarcely fail to have their steps directed to the ruins of Berry Pomeroy Castle, which may be regarded as one of the moat interesting relics of antiquity to be found in Devon rich as that county is in things of the ki
June 15, 1901 - Field - London, London, England