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rdINTON HIINT.—For SALE, either Twot u rchod nab of cotton on three reception 04 bling, coach Wawa and AlroarNotirla. DLLCKMOBE

rdINTON HIINT.—For SALE, either Twot u rchod nab of cotton on three reception 04 bling, coach Wawa and AlroarNotirla. DLLCKMOBE

VALE, Somerset, Dorset Neighbouring Counties.—Mr W. T. CORPE'B REGISTER contains particular. of HUNTING and BOXES, Emotes awl Residences to LET tPurniabed and Unfurnwhedi and for SALE. FM by posh—thrice% 0, Prinos'a-street,
January 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
£2500_ SOMERSET. near Wine eanton.—Yor wish I 8 acres an., dialing laud. pretty old•tashiontd litEdb DENCE; UM* reception rooms. bed

£2500_ SOMERSET. near Wine eanton.—Yor wish I 8 acres an., dialing laud. pretty old•tashiontd litEdb DENCE; UM* reception rooms. bed

some, dra.linT room, capital aloes • Ivens shady gardens, meeting tot two, and good farm minding,'• &handbill& supply excellent =l e er Anglicansad RAI churches; within live Enna Vale nennels. Freehold.—Agent, Fir Wtraasis T. Cokes, Yeovil.
January 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
BRITTLE ROOFS IN HORSES.

BRITTLE ROOFS IN HORSES.

NOTHING 18 MORE ANNOYING to the owner of a horse taxes the patience of the shoeing smith more severely than brittle hoofs which he has to shoe. The cause of this condition has been the subject of inquiry for • long period. Some authorities have held that it was due to the custom
January 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER. Vol. 101.--,Tan. 24, 1903,

NEWSPAPER. Vol. 101.--,Tan. 24, 1903,

&IRIAN LID Tit Is asatsatltioa for Maw' was bud with 1 ardor. fl an wars *sly tarty a J. N. Walters as mist J. W. Withers LI VP R. Tawbarsl N 1- Ir P. Nathrilascs ...-- 101 LI P. HUNG W O. C. Liskert — 11 The Int two tabs= by burst. awl the divllad by P. J 411. IT —Ladles' W. Ly
January 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE PERCY FOXHOUNDS.

THE PERCY FOXHOUNDS.

Sixes Mr Alec Browne took command of this country the pack has shown fine sport; indeed, it has not been surpassed since Lyon was at his best in the seventies and eighties of last century under the mastership of those good sportsmen the Duke of Northumberland and - Mr Richard Bu
January 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
LOCH LEVEN SKATING CLUB•

LOCH LEVEN SKATING CLUB•

Starter—Ys B. S. Young. Jeutge—Sfr nawson. norkeepar and Hon. Sec.— Mr J. Kirk. AT this club's meeting held on Loch Leven on Saturday, the one mile club championship was won by W. Dolling, Kinross. In the first round be won, his beat in excellent style in dmin. Masc.; and in the
January 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER.

NEWSPAPER.

appreciative 'emulate that reach this country from U. to time. lasmania appears to be the headquarters of the breed in theca:then continent so far, but the geld Is steadily widening and competition growing keener. The report on the manurial experiments in 111D2, conducted at the
January 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
"FIELD" WATCH

"FIELD" WATCH

Fine English Half Chronometer, with all latest impr)vements. In Hunting, Half Hunting or Crystal Glass, 18-ct. Gold Cases, £25 (in Silver, ZS). BEST LONDOI MAKE. CASH. re :
January 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
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January 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
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January 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England