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Aug. 1. 1902. —No. 2640. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY a:

Aug. 1. 1902. —No. 2640. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY a:

10E1 PAIL nava W played at Bookenhant en Saturday hat between Eden Park a team of Booth= when raises were—ies P. Duo Baker • Neat= wee rate the dew_ • . lamer Idea Park till time. There was but ball was missed good dual. end ere anal riding the ball what lay within a few tie The
August 1, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER. PRESERVATION OF PARTRIDGES.

NEWSPAPER. PRESERVATION OF PARTRIDGES.

Sts,—l am much interested in the letter of L. F.'s in last week's Field, and, like him, 1 am somewhat troubled as to the future of the partridge shooting of which I have the care. The country is open down land, and the shooting is mostly done by driving. Foxes are carefully pres
August 1, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
DISEASED GROUSE AND PARTRIDGES.

DISEASED GROUSE AND PARTRIDGES.

Ws regret to say we have received further specimens of dead grouse, and are afraid that the disease is manifesting itself in different parts of the country. A specimen which has been forwarded from North Wales has been most carefully examined by Mr Tegetmeier and one of the memb
August 1, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
EAST SUSSEX PUPPY SHOW.

EAST SUSSEX PUPPY SHOW.

Too snood puppy show in connection with the Bast Seams Foxhounds, of which the Hon. T. A. Brasvey is the popular master, took place on Tuesday at the kennels, Catsfield. The entry was not so large as usual, but the quality was well up to that of previous years. Toe judges were F
August 1, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
TES TICESAI POPPY SHOW.

TES TICESAI POPPY SHOW.

Tills event took place on Tuesday. under rather unfavourable circumstances, owing to heavy rain, but no amount of downpour seemed to have depressed the large company of ladles and gentlemen assembled to see theyoung hounds judged. The Hon, B. P. Nevin, late master of the West Be
August 1, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
NORTH BERWICK LADIES O.C.

NORTH BERWICK LADIES O.C.

TwEsrrdirt Er members took p•rt in the July meeting on Friday of lask week, the inducement benne one scratch and three hawitap prmes. The scratch prise was won by Miss Ada (Wiles Smith with a return of 62 (*and 12), and the test handicap worm sere as follow; Mims Chalrnen Mir 1
August 1, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. VoL 102.—Aug. 1, 1903.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. VoL 102.—Aug. 1, 1903.

Desford Custodian, and Earl Egerton reserve with Locking. Colonist. The half dozen brood mares formed an eminently West lot, and each of them was followed by a good foal. The premier award went oeos again to that grand old mare, Queen of the Shires, the property of Sit J. Rhoden
August 1, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
Aug. 1. 1903.—N0. 2640. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Aug. 1. 1903.—N0. 2640. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

the fled year, he did not see why they should despair. or talk. as some critics had talked, of failure. He was not alone in the belief that the of last month amply fulfilled the primary objects of Its being Arid, as set forth in the exhaustive report on the show system pf pared
August 1, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. vol. 102.-Aug. 1, 1903.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. vol. 102.-Aug. 1, 1903.

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August 1, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
GARDEN NOTES AND QUERIES.

GARDEN NOTES AND QUERIES.

Till Bull, OR RAMIE= LILY (Lilinnt testagettm).— This robust and distinct lily is now at its best in many gardens, and deserves notice not alone on account of its stately beauty of form, but also because of all garden lilies it is one of the easiest to grow. In the Collage Park,
August 1, 1903 - Field - London, London, England