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CONTISTO Or Pitt 111.

CONTISTO Or Pitt 111.

Or Pitt Irs Siddons ... ... ... ... Galnaborough Infant Samuel-. ... ... «. Reynolds Winter's Sleep Adams The Horse Pair•.. Bonbeur Tile Bath of Psyche ... ... Lord Leighton Equestrian Portrait ... Landeeer and Millais The Vigil ... Pettis Youth on the Prow and Pleasure at the Re
March 8, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
prey, such as hawks of all kinds, crows, and magpies, are in many districts absolutely extinct. The woodpigeon's neat, with

prey, such as hawks of all kinds, crows, and magpies, are in many districts absolutely extinct. The woodpigeon's neat, with

its two white eggs, is a conspicuous object enough, and predaceous birds took fai r toll of their eggs and you ng , thereby keeping their numbers in some subjection. Every egg laid has as good a chance of producing a pigeon as it formerly had the reverse. We hear of ungovernable
March 8, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE MARINE INSURANCE OF A FOX TERRIER.

THE MARINE INSURANCE OF A FOX TERRIER.

MR JUSTICE KENNEDY yesterday (Friday) delivered judgment in Court IV., King's Division, in the action brought by Mr Lionel Jacob, Superintendent Engineer, Public Works Department, Irdis, to recover, under a policy of marine insurance, the sum of £lto for injury to a fox terrier
March 8, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
MEYNELL HOUNDS.

MEYNELL HOUNDS.

Them hounds met at Marston Monytgomery on Monday, and obtained a capital run. Marston Wood was blank, but moving to Eaton Woods hounds soon set their fox on foot, who, after ringing twice round these large woods, went away from the north end, hounds at first slowly running towar
March 8, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
to play a bold part. Drumree gave general satisfaction when he won at Kcmpton, and this is far the grandest

to play a bold part. Drumree gave general satisfaction when he won at Kcmpton, and this is far the grandest

young chaser in the Liverpool race. He is also one of the big, powerful sort, and though it is said by some of the Newmarket people that he is not quite clear in his pipes, he is very likely to finish in the first three. Drumcree has changed hands, and will be ridden by Mr A. Nu
March 8, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
DELAYS AT THE BOARD OF TRADE.

DELAYS AT THE BOARD OF TRADE.

THE fishery department of the Board of Trade is rapidly gaining as unfortunate a reputation for dilatoriness as the Local Government Board unconcernedly possessed for many years past; nor does it seem, as in the case of the Local Government Board, that the recent delay in dealin
March 8, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
[Div-ilied ]

[Div-ilied ]

[Div - ilied MONDAY.—For the twelfth, and probably the feat , meeting of the present season the principal attraction was the cup presented by Mr T. R. Dewar, M.P., which has to be won twice ere becoming the property of a member. This had secured the nice entry of
March 8, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

regularly, an early finish was quite assured. The Lacon Stakes fell to Mr Dowson's Delia, a bitch that will be better known as White Melody in Mr O. W. White's kennel. She certainly ran most consistently throughout the stake, and her win was a most popular one. Mr L. Barrett fol
March 8, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
REMARK (Tricks 1 and 2).—B.'s signal in the spades is to show no more of the suit. This is the

REMARK (Tricks 1 and 2).—B.'s signal in the spades is to show no more of the suit. This is the

convention now generally current against a trump declaration, though there are some who still advocate the retention in bridge of the whist call for trumps. Having regard to the frequency of an opening lead from ace, king, or king, queen; to the material advantage, in many cases
March 8, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
TRICK 3.

TRICK 3.

March 8, 1902 - Field - London, London, England