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NOW READY.

NOW READY.

UTTLE CHERIE; or, the Trainer's Daughter. Br FLORENCE DIXIE . plenty of Incident . . and intereiting." LITTLE CHERIE; or. the Trainer's Daughter, Br LADY FLORENCE DIXIE . Commit.," Life.—"A lively tale of racing." LITTLE CHERIE; or. toe Trainer's Daughter, Br LADY FLORENCE DIXIE
November 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
RUGBY v. COVENTRY REARS ALL.

RUGBY v. COVENTRY REARS ALL.

PL4TBD at Rugby, Oet. 28. In the particulars appended rames are riven first: A. Y. Watson H. E. Cashinore ;H. V. MortieDaviin 1, C./11110; E. Kitchener 10. S. Norris 0; E. A. St. Hill 1, T. Meredith 0; E. L. D. Cole 0. J. Makepesee 0; Rev. Dr James 0, A. Eardealey 3. Rugby score
November 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
S NEWSPAPER,

S NEWSPAPER,

Vol. 98.—Nov. 2, 1901. THE HEBTFORDSIUME HOUNDS. IN this country the land is full of flint stones south of Hitchin, and where the ground is cultivated they work up to the surface, sometimes completely covering the soil, and a flinty country is never noted for scent. But the Hert
November 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE CHESHIRE BEAGLES.

THE CHESHIRE BEAGLES.

Ov Tuesday, the 29th ult., these hounds had an unusually fine afternoon's sport for so early in the season. Our fixture was Mouldsworth, and a wet morning accounted for a very small field, co i ting of Mr Percy Roberts (deputy master), Mr N. Caine, Rev. Mr Caine, Mr B. Arkle, Mr
November 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
Guinea Pig beat New Uomo

Guinea Pig beat New Uomo

I BoMarton beat Proud Gallant. Irv. Pio and divided. CYLINDER STAKES, torah ages, at 22.105. each ; winner 212, second 24; 8 cube. Mr A. T. Newboll's bk d New j la s C. Glover's bk b Gleam, by Player, by Falconer—Holiday....Fine Morning—Good Lather Mr R. Hardy's be b Hailstone,
November 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
A WOLF HUNT ON SKI.

A WOLF HUNT ON SKI.

Wirav travelling across the dreary fjelds of Norsk Finmarken we one day came across sign of a wolf , and that evening by the camp fire one of our Lapps, a, smart, active, young man of about thirtr, described how on one occasion he and a companion succeeded in running down and ki
November 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
WHIST.§

WHIST.§

THE main feature of this book is what may be described as Dr Pole's whist verses brought up to date. In addition there are a few pieces of general advice to the player, and some remarks on the relative merits of straight and duplicate whist given in verse. There are also notes o
November 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
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November 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
DITCH MILE WELTER HdNDICAT. of r son, added to a sweep-

DITCH MILE WELTER HdNDICAT. of r son, added to a sweep-

stakes of each: D.M. (1 mile). Mr E. A. Wigan's b f Solci're, by Socerer—Nemesis, 3 Yrs, 7st 41b. Sir R. Waldie-Griffith's Emperador, 3 yrs, fist. Mr R. Monro's Goosander, 4 yrs. 7st 12Ib S. Loates 3 Mr Prentice's Sea Flower, 5 yrs, Set 12Ib O. Madden 0 Duke of Devonshire's Laus
November 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
SOUTHERN COUNTIES CHESS UNION.

SOUTHERN COUNTIES CHESS UNION.

match between Kent and Sussex In the 5.C.C.11. competition was VAwasl on Saturday at the City of London Chess Club. When time the scores were to in favour of Kent. with four games unfinished. Theis were sent to the y tha t be adjudicated upon, and he guys all the four PM drawn,
November 2, 1901 - Field - London, London, England