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HORSES WANTED.

HORSES WANTED.

To GENTLEMEN having HORSES t o FELL.—WANTED. high-class HAREEM§ HORSES and HACKS with action to SELL on COXHISSION. An exceptional opportnntty now offers for matched pairs and other desirable bosses. Terms on application.—TELZSLEY'S Commission Stables, Windham -place, W. to carr
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
HORSES FOR SALE.

HORSES FOR SALE.

TREIReDATFY SALES AT ALBERT RATE. MESSRS TATTERSALL beg to f ive notice that their THURSDAYIP BALESbe continued dnring the Bales on Mondays and Thursdays. MESSRS TATTERSALL will SELL by AUCTION, near Albert-gate. Hide Park. on Mon' dim July It the ouverty of • gentleman, RAY CFE
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
lIICESTRASIIIII ♦ DERBYSHIRE.

lIICESTRASIIIII ♦ DERBYSHIRE.

lIICESTRASIIIII DERBYSHIRE. Tarn return match was oolumencod at Leicester on Thursday, in cold and threatening weather, and rain cartel el the process - lingo for nearly en hour. The wicket was soft, but not difficult The home conn'y were still without their fast bowler, Woodcock
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWPAPER.

ATHLETIC SPORTS. FIXTURES. Saturday, July 10.—At Strathaven, Vale of Avon A.C. SaturdaY, July 19.—At Ball's Bridge, Dublin. Ireland v. Scotland Saturday and Monday, July 19, 21.—Ayr F. and A.C. Pattirday, July 98.—At Barrhead, Arthurßo F.C. Saturday, July 94.—Hawiek Cycling Club
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
SPORTING DOGS AT ALDEIDGE'S.

SPORTING DOGS AT ALDEIDGE'S.

(Friday) the usual weekly sale of dogs by Menge Freeman in lit. Martin's lane had special interest inasmuch as it was an attempt to sell the whole of the contents of a large and well-known kennel. Its proprietor, Mr 8. E. Cannon, was compelled to take this course, as his farm at
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER•

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER•

LADIES' CHALLENGE PLATE, for Eishtoars. MAL Hi AT. BSA' Station.-llnieersity c o l leg e, Orford 1 0 Berke Station.-Eton Coll,ve Boat club. (Crews as before.) Eton rowed 19 and 35 strokes In the first half and full minute, and University 17 and 34. Just at first Eton led, but Cn
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
PLYINOUTE V. NORTE DEVON.

PLYINOUTE V. NORTE DEVON.

V. NORTE DEVON. At Roborough on Friday lad week the recently formed North Devon Polo Club was defeated by the Plymouth Polo Club by nine goals to four. The teams lined out as follows: Cant A. Redden. 1: Limit. the son. L. Lambert. R. N. A.. 2: (lent. L. Bryan, 3: and Cant. C. Owe
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
Tilt HUNT TOURNAXINT AT YORK.

Tilt HUNT TOURNAXINT AT YORK.

HUNT TOURNAXINT AT YORK. In the Hunt Tournament to he held at York next week ties have been drawn as follows—First round : A. Cleveland v. Badeworth : B. Lord Zetland's v. Holderness (first team): C. Holdernees (second team) v. Bramham Moor: and D. York and Minty v. Lord Yitswill
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
WEST KENT ARCHERY SOCIETY•

WEST KENT ARCHERY SOCIETY•

SECOND Pain Martina, JULY 7.—The weather was Intenselhot. At the conclusion of the meeting the prizes were presented by the Lady Paramount. 8607erds. 60 850 'was. Torn/. Loses % FIRST CLASS. Bits. For. Hits. cr. Hits. Fer. Holds. Mrs Berens .... 40 198 ... 19 87 ... Sa ... 4 5 M
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
HIRRYORD ROUND ARCHERY CLUB.

HIRRYORD ROUND ARCHERY CLUB.

NINTII MULLING, JULY P.—Weather fine at first, but rain coming= prevented more than three dozen being sh,t at yards. 70 yards. 60 yards. Total. Hits. ficr. Hits. Bcr. Mita. Bcr. Golds. Mn Armitage Mn Williamson Visoosaimis Harlarton... 18 70 6. M. Thomas ...... Him M. Bridgford
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England