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SUMMERS & PAYNE

SUMMERS & PAYNE

SOUTHAMPTON. 110-Tons chased KETCH: most spacioniimil airy seem. laudation; eleetrki light; large compouion dal( home magnificent cri.iser. 115-Tons YAWL; nearly now, handsome, fast, and well found; outside lead 100-Tons steel YAWL; and powerful. 50-Tona KETCH: corritorta der fa
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

COACHMAN can be strongly RECOMMENDED, thoroughly experienced, rids and drive single or pair: age height Oft. Yin. weight 9 atone: one boy. Me 6; abstainer.—"L. A. D.." Gm th Home. St. John's. Woking. RIDLEY H. RYDER, Esq., highly RECOMMENDS hie COACHMAN : rides and well, single
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
IarFOERG BUTTER BO

IarFOERG BUTTER BO

BUTTER BO Keeps BUTTER BARD, FRESH, & SWEET In the Hottest Weather Neither Ice, Water, or Chemicals used. TM ICEBERG Box as • Refrigerator, Eakin Butter Lowy, Isolating It from oilier commodities. Al for privets commercial use. Fer Larder sad d er transit direct et-it.Da. Mode II
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
LIP RETRIEVER to be SOLD by Davies' Duke; perfect mouth, and IL sole use sailer is away soldier am Price Mery o*-

LIP RETRIEVER to be SOLD by Davies' Duke; perfect mouth, and IL sole use sailer is away soldier am Price Mery o*-

LIP RETRIEVER to be SOLD by Davies' Duke; perfect mou th and IL use sailer away soldier Price Yi PEDIGREE Fist-coated RETRIEVER BEN, fait: Ike:wines timid . —Apply Wass,. LABRADOR RETRIEVEk for RALE, by Mr Roland Ward's Bramble VArala ' Sam ex Mr Roland Ward's Nc[ ~'caat toe pedi
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
HIGH CLASS HARNESS HORSES, MATCHED PAIRS of CARRIAGE HORSES sad COBS Speciality. 411 are and, 6 old. They have been

HIGH CLASS HARNESS HORSES, MATCHED PAIRS of CARRIAGE HORSES sad COBS Speciality. 411 are and, 6 old. They have been

carefully selected from the best breeding districts end are splendid Wee of the well bred carriage bone. They have been most carefully mannered by experienced retnemen to St them tor private carriage.. and are ready for immediate me In town or country. They are perfectly sound a
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
c RITCHELL'S HOUSE, Lockerley. Hants Gone mile from Dunbridira @tattoo. B.W B.) To I, T. from M chaelruax next. on

c RITCHELL'S HOUSE, Lockerley. Hants Gone mile from Dunbridira @tattoo. B.W B.) To I, T. from M chaelruax next. on

a three-year' tea." or annually. this ally placed Gentleman's RESIDENCE, iitsading in acres of ornamental 'rounds. containing three recepfion and seven be 1 rooms, enuseryatory. and excellent °Moss; stabling for three horsea cowl howl). harness room, and other outbuildings. doub
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
By order of the court of Chancery.—Cumberland and Lan gcin: hirs.—A valuable Freehold and Customary Freehold Residential and Agricultural Estate.

By order of the court of Chancery.—Cumberland and Lan gcin: hirs.—A valuable Freehold and Customary Freehold Residential and Agricultural Estate.

known as Du don Hall &data, in the parishes of Broughton-in- Ma, Dtmnerdale.a ith-Seathwaite, and Angerton. in addre, and Jlpba and Hillom, in Cumberland, lying in the valley of the rivet Duddon. comprising 3087 saes, Principally of mountainous woodland sal grazing land, with th
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
LONDON.

LONDON.

" Gadd lemass," May 31. 1902, mays : " One of the best we have ever seen. Most realistic and up-to-date, approaching the conditions under which one shoots nt game." GROUSE DRIVING. " Conlay Wentleman." : We hare never seen I irivin,4 infdligently GUN FITTING by Specialists. LESS
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
A GROUSE PICTURE.

A GROUSE PICTURE.

MESSRS FROST AND REED, of Clare-street, Bristol, have awakened old memories of the twelfth of August, and have raised expectations of the coming grouse season by forwarding for our investtion one of their latest "photogravure engravings." We may characterise it as a little ambit
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

OXFORD v. UXBRIDGE. NOTICE.] Winn this match was resumed on Saturday last, Oxford, with two wickets in bend, were leading by 214 runs, so that there was a psospect of an interesting h. se the wicket wore very badly. On the wh de. the chances of victory seemed to be in favour of
July 12, 1902 - Field - London, London, England