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Vol. 100.—Oct. 11, 1902.

Vol. 100.—Oct. 11, 1902.

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HAYDOCIC PARS OCTOBER MEETING. Enniskillen, Sir Robert Wilmot, Hon. C. Howard. Hon liarar d-D l eco nson, Cant. Lord B

HAYDOCIC PARS OCTOBER MEETING. Enniskillen, Sir Robert Wilmot, Hon. C. Howard. Hon liarar d-D l eco nson, Cant. Lord B

, resford, Lord Mr Starter —Hon. E. Handicapper—Mr W. F. Lee. Corral and Stakehatder - Adt O. Frail. FRIDAY, OCT. 10. D RY WEATHER, Haydock is one of the best courses in the Inorth of England, but it cannot stand a heavy rainfall, an d a forty-eight hours' consistent downpour ma
October 11, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
TRAVEL PICTURES BY PEN AND PENCIL.t

TRAVEL PICTURES BY PEN AND PENCIL.t

TN a book with a hundred illustrations, more than half of which are full-page, and ninny of them beautifully coloured, Mr Mortimer Menpes presents to public notice the result of his travels many lands. It is rather en art than a travel book, though the text by Miss Menpes is cha
October 11, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
SUFFOLK 111 THE PAST.T

SUFFOLK 111 THE PAST.T

SUFFOLK THE PAST.T THE county of Suffolk, the most eastern in England, though not , perhaps, boasting the history which pertains to others of this country, is not so happy as to have absolutely none. It can boast of many fine antiquities in the way of churches, ruined castles, ea
October 11, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
Oct. 11, 1902.—N0. 2598. great wealth was a ".discommodity," in time of civil war it was very liable to spoliation.

Oct. 11, 1902.—N0. 2598. great wealth was a ".discommodity," in time of civil war it was very liable to spoliation.

Leaving " thirg vegetable," he presently turns his attentioo to those creatures which live by breathing, omitting all aortes.of venemous h the adder, snake, and slow there."worm In his remarks on cattle tates that from " one haven ewas carried to London about 900 loads of butter
October 11, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
Al GLING.

Al GLING.

October 11, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

are a source of revenue to their respective countries? A sportsman's licence in British East Africa costa £5O, and yet there is no lack of men ready and willing to pay this sum, and I certainly think that big game bunters would pay the same for shooting in Portuguese territory a
October 11, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
Argentina . ..... ... ... .:03,00) Australasia Various ........„ 101,000 ... 50,0)0 ... 25,000 .„ 50,003

Argentina . ..... ... ... .:03,00) Australasia Various ........„ 101,000 ... 50,0)0 ... 25,000 .„ 50,003

Total 1.931,0)0 1,049,090 WA) In addition to these totals, there wer3 883,000 sacks of flour exported by the United States. The item " various " principally comprises Levantine, As!a'ic, and Euxine ports oth3r than those under the English, Russian, and Roumanian flags. Chile has
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October 11, 1902 - Field - London, London, England