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MINOR SPORTS AND PARTIMER,

MINOR SPORTS AND PARTIMER,

There are those who sr° in the universal devot'on of our youth to sports and pastimes, at a time when the • erious business of life den ands the whole of oar national and individual energy, a serious degeneration • f character. But while we may, perhaps, have reason to deplore t
December 28, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
TILE POSITION OF AGRICULTURE.

TILE POSITION OF AGRICULTURE.

The past year, it is to be feared, has served to extend the resourcefulne s and experiences of the agriculturist rather than to improve his financial position. Measured by a pecuniary standard, the first year of the new century must unquestionably be reckoned one of the very wor
December 28, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
EDENBRIDGE AND TUNBRIDGE CLUB MEETING.- Dr.r. 26. M. fl. 71rmen. R. W. Ashby,a. C. reuroon, W. Frinkr. W. Ede, H.

EDENBRIDGE AND TUNBRIDGE CLUB MEETING.- Dr.r. 26. M. fl. 71rmen. R. W. Ashby,a. C. reuroon, W. Frinkr. W. Ede, H.

and C. T. 01;r C T. 01 er. Steward—Mr W. Ailby. Jrn , r,fe—Mr H. R S'ippPr— A. er. DAY CLUB STAKES. for all-acte I at tl. 104. each ; winner I. 10... seron4 tl. 8 14. Mr A. Wards w by ' , eat (Mr A. T.. Clarke's r w Chi!Uwe, Tu -English Oak . I by Falconer—Real Lace Mr R. w I.k
December 28, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
DEATH OF JIB WILLIAM LIDDELL.

DEATH OF JIB WILLIAM LIDDELL.

DEATH OF WILLIAM LIDDELL. To old coursers, particularly frequenters of the Lurgan meetings in their heyday, the death of Mr Liddell will be heard with regret. He was a well known figure at the great Irish gathering in the late sixties and throughout the seventies, and he always h
December 28, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
Dec. 29, 1901.—N0. 2557. THE FIELD, THE COUNTnY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Dec. 29, 1901.—N0. 2557. THE FIELD, THE COUNTnY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

places irrigation within reach of all, even if unprovided with much capital. But, after all, it is perhaps hardly fair to lay the whole blame upon the squatter, who is invariably illiterate, ignorant, and miserably poor, and without an example of farming on a largo scale it will
December 28, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. THREE WEEKS IN FINISTERE.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. THREE WEEKS IN FINISTERE.

IF THE LENGTH OF ONES HOLIDAYS BE LIMITED, the question how to get as complete a change al possible iu a abort time becomes one of importance. To those who set out with this object Brittany can be safely recommended. To all Brittany has something to offer; the sportsman can get
December 28, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
A THAMES ESTUARY GRILSE.

A THAMES ESTUARY GRILSE.

ONE OF TUE FISII REFERRED TO in Dr Murie's art Ole lest week, on the " Salmon and Trout of the Thames Estuary," proves to be a salmon (Sal mo velar) in the grilse stage. We were given an opportunity of inspecting it, and must say it was the worst speeimei of a grilse we had ever
December 28, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
STEELHEAD AND PACIFIC SALMON.

STEELHEAD AND PACIFIC SALMON.

QINCE St) MUCH has of late been said of the steelhead salmon I ri I, I took the opportunity of studying its habits and sporting qualities in its native waters. First, his sporting qualities, which I will touch for baing sncond to none, the Atlantic salmon included. Ile has all t
December 28, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
WINNING YACHTS OF ROI.

WINNING YACHTS OF ROI.

C. lic:vo J. T. Tali A. H. Roy•. A.O. Tc phlm J. BoTwra Sir Jnm - e Pender W. W. Linton Hope NichoLon C. LT. Even . on J. J. Frain) A. E Sp&k T. IL 11. ntle A. F. Fyr.n A. Welsb-rg Col. V. Begot Unton Hope C. Elibbi Llaton Hop,. Sir T. Glen Cants Wct M'u Ctßt ext. J. Orr-Ewing C
December 28, 1901 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Injury to the beasts whilst drinking. A handle Is provided at each end for convenience in moving, and the prices named include strong, broad wheels, suitable for moving or resting on soft ground. Other types aro heavier and more expensive, while many are low priced, but so light
December 28, 1901 - Field - London, London, England