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ACETYLENE

ACETYLENE

Amongst many otbera the following Mentions hare been fitted throughout: ILIMMERFIELD, PENBEURST. for Right Lord Ronald Sutherland-Gower. OTELEY PARK, ELLESMERE, for C. F. X. Main - CRAWLEY* DOWN. for J. W Buckley. Rao. HIGHFIELDB PARK. WITHYEAM. SUSSEX. Montague HUNTSLANDB. I Or
October 18, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
O r t.tK 1902.—N0. 2599. PIELD, THE COUNTRY. GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

O r t.tK 1902.—N0. 2599. PIELD, THE COUNTRY. GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

October 18, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
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4 THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 100.—Oct. 18, 1902, WINES. &c. 0 OP to
October 18, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
Sports of the World

Sports of the World

Edited by F. G. AFLALO, F.R.G.S., F.Z.S. WITH A PROFUSION OF NEW AND ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS. Part 1. ready Oct. 27. 'THE SPORTS OF THE WORLD" will be the best popular work of its kind ever presented to the public. It will provide a vivid narrative of Sport in It s var i ous bran
October 18, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE ROAN ANTELOPE.

THE ROAN ANTELOPE.

THE ROAN ANTELOPE (Hippotrapus equines) is a rare animal, and is confined to certain regions, where it is only found in limited numbers. I had seen a lot of country before coming across the roan antelope. The first time I saw them was in the beginning of 1899, on the summit of t
October 18, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
CARMICHAEL OPEN MEETING. Stewards-Sir W. R. C. Anstratber, Messrs W. B. Jardine, W. Paterson. W. Bartholomew, and R. Paterson. Hoa.

CARMICHAEL OPEN MEETING. Stewards-Sir W. R. C. Anstratber, Messrs W. B. Jardine, W. Paterson. W. Bartholomew, and R. Paterson. Hoa.

See.-Mr It. Paterson. dodge-Mr Rawl!. slipper-E. Wilkinso.a. Slip Stecar4J. Bootician. Flay Steward — B. Jolly. WESTBAW is rAKES, for dog puppies, at Et 10s. each; winner second E3l, third and fourth £7 each, four winners of two courses 10e. ex h; 72 entries, 29 accept. ler W. B
October 18, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
Oct. 18, 1902.—N0. 2599. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Oct. 18, 1902.—N0. 2599. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Blood. who ran up a short sequence of driving points, egein.° - •w e tly. The Lure led a couple of lengths , and ran round killed. on about Loo k 11. • fine trial. Royal Dot was clear for the turn but after Xnucich antheasmasyear and, repeatedly spinning round Grahamstoi edger r
October 18, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
XERMABIEIT BLOOD STOCK SALES.

XERMABIEIT BLOOD STOCK SALES.

BLOOD STOCK SALES. WEDIZIDLT.—As • general rule, big figures are not very common at the autumn sake, and nothing very great in the way of prima was effected at to dare sate. Still, Mr Somerville Tattersall has issue 1 a fairly attractive catalogue of yearlings, and just about hol
October 18, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
Vol. 100.—Oct. 18, 1902.

Vol. 100.—Oct. 18, 1902.

October 18, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
BIRD-LIFE AT HAMPSTEAD.

BIRD-LIFE AT HAMPSTEAD.

ONLY ABOUT FOUR MILES FROM CHARING CROSS, but with stretches of unbroken country landscape, woods, and meadows. Hampstead still remains a favourite resort of many birds. Since I first came to reside there more than twenty years ago, I have always paid some attention to the bird
October 18, 1902 - Field - London, London, England