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BAILY'S MAGAZINE OF SPORTS & PASTIMES.

BAILY'S MAGAZINE OF SPORTS & PASTIMES.

No. 1902. 9. The New Proposals for Field Trigs. By G. T. Teesdale Buckle. 9. A Hundred Tears Ago. LO. International solo: England v. America. 11. The Sportsman's Library. 11. ri c k e t—Futile Test Matches. 13. School Riding in the Lluntiug Field. 14. "Our Van —Racing: Po o; Bea
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
PISTIIES.

PISTIIES.

W. W. D.—A. owes in the first and odd games of each set. R. T.—Of course the committee can adopt what mares they choose, provided they do not depart from the rules of the club, but obviously their action in your case is mean- G. T. T. (Whitley).—Although no provision is made for
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE KING'S CLIMBER SPANIELS.

THE KING'S CLIMBER SPANIELS.

Ba,—ln your delightful supplement of the 21st inst., speaking of Clumber spaniels, I think you are somewhat in error in saying that the first couple introduced into this country were presented to the then Duke of Newcastle. They were undoubtedly brought from France, but by Capt.
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
YORISHIZE v. SURREY.

YORISHIZE v. SURREY.

Tea licadingley ground at Leeds last Wednesday evening was the scene ul a remarkable victory by lorkshire over Surrey by an innings rums. Stain had prevented a ball being bowled on Tuesday, and seeing that, as the result of the first days play, Yorkshire were still tioenty-mho r
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

the off side was quite beyond all praise. He was at the wickets two hours and forty minutes, and hit one five (four for an overthrow) and sixteen fours. At the luncheon interval Macdonald nod Cranford were together, and the total stood at 234. On resuming, the Derbyshire bowling
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Hampton made 10`gs. less, in spite of his illustrious lineage. The filly by Jeddah

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Hampton made 10`gs. less, in spite of his illustrious lineage. The filly by Jeddah

out of Miss Shy was not sold, but the Klimek colt out of Oneen of Holland made 300ga., Mr Pu!linter being his purchaser. Capt. Fife sent up a couple, and wild them both, a filly by St. Frusqiiin out of Reverse going to John Watson at 5.10g5., whilea St. Simonmimi colt was knocke
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE CONVALESCENT WYE.

THE CONVALESCENT WYE.

AM NOT one of the Wyc's Fishery Board nor an owner of any of its angling rights; I am not even one of its many and accomplished poachers elated with a glut of splendid fish and ill-gotten gain, nor am I a net proprietor at pains to prove how many cf the gallant beauties escape t
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

REPORTS FROM RIVERS, LAKES, &c. STOUR (Nfiblk).-Heavy thunderstorms on Tuesday coloured the river again.-8. TAUNT': (Dnnlns Castle).-Mr O'Grady has killed four salmon, all under Sib. in weight. -Bianr. RTBBLE.-The river hns been low, and nothing can be hoped for until a heavy fl
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
July 5, 1902.-Nu. 2594. of 41b., 41b., 41b., 411 b., Mb., 551 b., Mb., 61b., fib ,, 611 b., Alb..

July 5, 1902.-Nu. 2594. of 41b., 41b., 41b., 411 b., Mb., 551 b., Mb., 61b., fib ,, 611 b., Alb..

and A 11,., on Newgarden ; Mr G. W. Greenhill, one of Mb. on Woodlands; and Mr U. W. Greenhill, a salmon of blb. on the Castle fishery —J. EN kItIRT. - (gmalea). —Bright, warm weather 7 reveille, but there is a good stock of fish in the river. Daring the week Mr W. Goat, fishing
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
SOLENT FIXIVRES.

SOLENT FIXIVRES.

SlR,—The programme of racing of the Royal Temple Y.C. has just been issued. and the day selected by the club for racing in the Solent classes clashes with the fixture of the Soul hampton Town Regatta, which has been a Solent fixture since 1881, and which for many years has been
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England