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"GAPES" in Game and Poultry

"GAPES" in Game and Poultry

Take this Fell Disease in time, and avoid heavy mortality by using Sold in Tins. Post Paid. Price 2/4, 4/5, or 6/7. Bellows for applying Blackerite, 2/6 each post free. Samples of Foods for Pheasants, Partridges, Wild Ducks. or Grouse, Post Free of SPRATT'S PATENT LTD., 24 & 25,
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
CONTENTS:

CONTENTS:

Tenant Right, its Meaning and Origin. Tenant Right, Considered from a Landlord's Point of View. Tenant Right, Considerel from a Tenant's Point of View. The Effect of Tenant Right upon Agriculture. Tenant Eight by Custom, Contract, and Law. Valuers and their Action. Valuers' Asso
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
Now Ready. Woo wet. AHISTORY and DESCRIPTION with numerous Mug. Dation' of FOX by RAWDON D. LEE, author of **Modern

Now Ready. Woo wet. AHISTORY and DESCRIPTION with numerous Mug. Dation' of FOX by RAWDON D. LEE, author of **Modern

Dom" ad Handsomely bound, It contains MP pages, nineteen @unary vignettes, the whole being brought thoroughly up to and beetdes eon• taloiny fresh and add Donal material In the Maury patron of the work. Include, sundry new inustretions. Ms., the Rev. J. Russell with one of his f
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
CIIDWORTH DOG SHOW.

CIIDWORTH DOG SHOW.

the auspices of the local fanciers' organisation, the fifth annual show took place on Saturday, the 28th ult., under circumstances which but for the excessive beat would have been perfect. Mr F. C. Hignett, as was the case last year, judged all breeds, and the entry showed a sub
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
NOITS V. LLICASEIBT.

NOITS V. LLICASEIBT.

V. LLICASEIBT. RAIN interfered with the game between these counties at Trent Bridge, play on Tuesday being restricted to two hours and ten minutes. As a consequence a draw much in favour of the visiting county resu'ted. Gunn (W.) was unable to assist Notts and Dench once more cam
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

SURREY v. OETORD UNIVERSITY. [SECOND Noma.] Tar University, at the close of play on Tuesiay, June 24, bad lost three wickets for 41 runs, and wanted 1.6 to Nave the innings defeat. After twenty had been added by Medlicott and Evans the bowbng gained the 4 erhand. Evan, alone app
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
TEE LADY'S KELT.

TEE LADY'S KELT.

.ACERTAIN AMOUNT OF CONDESCENSION is always bestowed by the fisherman upon the foiriwoman. Perhaps he having angled since primeval days and she being comparatively a novice in the art, it is pardonable in him, and the bows to age, if not to the superionty, of his knowledge and s
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
Y.I.A. CEITIPICATE I OP RAIING, 1902.

Y.I.A. CEITIPICATE I OP RAIING, 1902.

0'75 Length. Beim. Girth. Yacht. Hie. ft. ft. ft. 44 B.A. Bating. Date. My Lady Dainty Lug. . 1711 ... 411 ... 510 ... 214 ... 810 ... 1812 ... 25 June Paz Lug. . 24 . 10... 610 . . 7 . 10... 1•04 .. 11/5 2319 .. 16 June Bonds II Cut.... 2858... 7 . 79... 814 ... 112 ... 1516 ..
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
CHESS.

CHESS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS. P. G. L. P.—Problem received with thanks. H. S. B. (Weybridgs).—Paostsm No. 1538 : 2. . . . . P takes P and no mate on the nest move. A. C. (Bath).—PROBLEM No. 1538: 1.. . . . P to B 3; 2. B 6 (as you say), consequently if Kt moves. then K take' P. W. X. E. (B
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
ANGLIAN BOAT CLUB.

ANGLIAN BOAT CLUB.

Om Tuesday evening In last week a tub four•oared contest took pace from the club's boathouse at Strani-oa-the-Oreen to the obip at Mortlake. FIRST HEAT. A. V. Pivot, P. 0. Finigan, W. U. Ltne, B. Mason (et.), B. Johnson COI.) E. B. Swann, IV. U. Harriers , It. Norman, W. L. Had:
July 5, 1902 - Field - London, London, England