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THE LATE DR RICHARDSON.

THE LATE DR RICHARDSON.

THE conning enthusiasts who played so prominent a part in the stirring times of the " sixties and early " seventies, are gradually and surely ebbing to the vanishing point. Very very few of them are now in actual service, many having retired yearn ago, and their names and record
October 25, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

winning her race of the season. In the same stable is Lady Drake, who, by carrying off the County Nursery, for which eleven ran, gave Fallon' his third winner. Ba cornfield was an apparent certainty for the Bridge Haalicap, but St. Lunaire a four - year.old with let 2lb, the oil
October 25, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
t FOOTBALL LEAGUE.

t FOOTBALL LEAGUE.

Norm Fenner v. Sroxa.—Played at Nottingham on Saturday afternoon, and resulted in the defeat of the home team. In the first half Notts Forest had the wind in their favour, but signally failed to penetrate the defence, and Just before the interval Capes scored for Stoke. On cross
October 25, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.. THE IRISH WOLFHOUND.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.. THE IRISH WOLFHOUND.

" PADDY was strolling along the footpath in one of the streets of Kendal when two dogs, it is said in chase of a cat, rushing past, knocked him down, causing injuries which resulted fatally in a few hours. An odd part of the matter was that at the inquest, held on the 17th inst.
October 25, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
GARDENING, &c. Do & pA 11 . . TD. HO RTICLD ERS ULTURAL, NORWICH. BUILDS CONSERVATORIES DESIGNED TO SUIT ANY

GARDENING, &c. Do & pA 11 . . TD. HO RTICLD ERS ULTURAL, NORWICH. BUILDS CONSERVATORIES DESIGNED TO SUIT ANY

SITUATION. Gassier,. Free. ; T ESTI:KAT= HEATING APPARATUS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, For W INTER GARDENS, CONSERVATORIES, DWELLING HOUSES, No. 73.—SPAN-ROOF CARDEN FRAME. . __, _ Ht. by 4;ft . .. 211 81 12 ft. by Eft. £s 12 6 Sfi. by at 4 lett. by eft. ..... 7 5 0 No. 75.—MELON & CUC
October 25, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
KEEP SOUND HORSES nr estNo

KEEP SOUND HORSES nr estNo

KEEP SOUND HORSES nr HOPLEIUROYA for their Feet, NEURASTI{ENIPPONSKELESTERIZO For their Legs, PASIATREUSIS for the Throe CLARK'S CONDITION MEDICINE For Silky Coat and Good D►gestion, cußrs EIBROCATIOII For Sprains and Braises. . . . W. CLARK, 528, Oxford St., W. IMPORTANT TO ALL
October 25, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
ROSOUT

ROSOUT

-- ( liegi.) FOR LADIES, With D.I.Y. Cuffs. Regd. (Devon Imperial Yeomanry). From 50/- As supplied to H.B.H. Princess Stories of
October 25, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
PUPILS AND SCHOOLS. THE COLONIAL COLLEGE

PUPILS AND SCHOOLS. THE COLONIAL COLLEGE

TRAINING FARMS, Thorough preparation for AGRICULTURAL or PA& TORAL LITZ in part of the world. SPLENDID CLIMATE. Estate of ACRES. Till Information from the Principal st above address. or from Mr Jonssos, Victoriast. Westminster- AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, ASPATRIA, CI7M BERLAND. Close
October 25, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
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PETER F. HEERING's
October 25, 1902 - Field - London, London, England
 
TRINITY FOOT BEAGLES.

TRINITY FOOT BEAGLES.

True pack met on Thursday week lad at the Coach and Horses, Fulbourn. Crossing the railway, hounds drew towards Quy, put up_ a hare in the turnips, and had the misfortune to chop her. However, another was soon put up, but did not last long, being pulled down in about ten minutes
October 25, 1902 - Field - London, London, England