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SICO■D LIMNOS.

SICO■D LIMNOS.

Heathoot- Gregor,' 5 0 10 .. 0 Amory 25 . 7 . 62 . 2 Bouhani-Carter. 6 2 15 0 Burn Burn and Boutiain.Oarter each bowlel n wide, and Healhcot.Amory bowled two no balls. B. 8. SIDR.—FIZST LININGS. Bowes 'Mately 25 1 ...120 6 Barnard 7 . 1 . 1 Woreley Bowes and Evans each bowled a
June 7, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
BEADING (12 wide)• rday last. Score inn. A. J. Stevens b Farquharson . T. H. Olive: b Clinch H. Browning not out Byes /sc.

BEADING (12 wide)• rday last. Score inn. A. J. Stevens b Farquharson . T. H. Olive: b Clinch H. Browning not out Byes /sc.

0 17 Total 205 , and U.F. Ayres did not bat. Innings C. J. Ayresb Replicas 0 F. C. Beeves b Stevens E. liswurt b /Ulf 0 E. A. Rattle sot out Total )t. bat. T. KILL! COLLItin. SCOTS I 'OLLIOI. W. B. Wood cot out N. 9. limbos a Uratstos b _ ------ - ----- - Wiekendon oot oot 4O Le
June 7, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

XOTrS v. SUSSEX. Tan issue of this match, begun at Nottingham on Monday, turned on a matter of five minutes. On a pitch to some extent affected by rain and subsequent sunshine, the Notts batting, weakened as it was by the enforced absence of Ounn (W.), J. A. Dixon, and W. B. Goo
June 7, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
Vol. 99.—June 7, 1902.

Vol. 99.—June 7, 1902.

June 7, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
Total .......... 16 Cookel ropy* So sad traVilk

Total .......... 16 Cookel ropy* So sad traVilk

Total .......... Cookel ropy* So (b bye; —total 00. SUDS V. 1.1 DOWlA—Played on Saturday lent at Bede. !R og° Bude 153 (for Ave wickets) tradepp declared closed (A. W. H. Dickinson 106) i Lew Down, (A. I. Bimsdu 27. D. DATe7 OXFORD lINIVERSTTY. THE UNIVERSITY V. KENT. Owtxa doubt
June 7, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. ---------

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. ---------

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. PLY-FISHING IN THE WESTERN PYRENEES. Set. 2, 181 went to eramicio Vie lr:dra river who:u the French had attenattsd to ism A number had 1 drowned to the Wigs, removed, at the plate; fc rdable previous to the iota. wounded had been re b
June 7, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
June 7, 1902.—N0. 2580. ON THE COAST OF CONNEILLE.A.-I. A NY MAP OF IRELAND will show Kilkerrin Bay with the

June 7, 1902.—N0. 2580. ON THE COAST OF CONNEILLE.A.-I. A NY MAP OF IRELAND will show Kilkerrin Bay with the

Twelve Pins of Connemara almost overshadowing its thousand islets, but few maps mark definitely the exact locality hereinafter described. The village which gives its name to the district boasts but two houses (the inn and the post-office) apart from a few scattered hovels, which
June 7, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
second or third year. Likeall the bluebells, this little species from Southern Europe will grow freely in nearly all soils

second or third year. Likeall the bluebells, this little species from Southern Europe will grow freely in nearly all soils

and situations, and should certainly be included wherever flowering bulbs are appreciated and grown. SCARLET ORIENTAL POPPIES.—After the tulips are over it is to the peonies and the poppies that we look for bold flashes of colour in the garden, and when seen at their beet nothin
June 7, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
ADVERTISER, giving up fishing, has a " HALFORD PAK:ELIAS "- Dry FLY a Farlow's beet Salmon Trolling Red, both practi.

ADVERTISER, giving up fishing, has a " HALFORD PAK:ELIAS "- Dry FLY a Farlow's beet Salmon Trolling Red, both practi.

COO as new: awl other Rode Pc., to DISPOSE OF cheaply. Rods can be seen by appointment in London district.— Address " Rod," Piccadilly, London, W.
June 7, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
111 M. THE KING. SCANTLEBURY

111 M. THE KING. SCANTLEBURY

M. THE KING. SCANTLEBURY COMMIN, SPORTING TAILORS, 100, REGENT ST., LONDON, W., ORIGINAL AND ONLY MAKERS OF THE REGD. SPORTING COAT As supplied by us to HIS MAJESTY THE KING, N.R.N. THE PRINCE OF WALES. H.R.H. THE DUKE OF CONNAUCHT. H.R.H. PRINCE ARTHUR OF CONNAUCHT. N.R.B. PRINC
June 7, 1902 - Field - London, London, England