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ASCETIC AID THE GRAND NATIONAL

ASCETIC AID THE GRAND NATIONAL

RACE -TRAIN CONVERSATIONS, when the travellers pretty well know each other, aro often instructive and productive of much interest ; indeed, it proved to be the case last Saturday, when returning from Sandown Park, concerning Ascetic, the steeplechase) sire. The topic was the Bur
February 21, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL COURSING CLUB.

NATIONAL COURSING CLUB.

T ------ HE WINII.It )lEKTINU of the National Coursing Club was bold at the Exchange Hotel, Liverpool, on Tuesday bat (the day of the Waterloo Cup draw). There was • better attendance than usual, the members pas at being the Right HOD. the Earl of Sefton ipresident., and Mr J. H
February 21, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
ETON COLLEGE.

ETON COLLEGE.

THE final bent of the college mile wu run on Wednesday at Eton la favourable weather. There were five .tarters, and the contest resulted as follows : W. Hore•Jo. es, 1; 0. H. Jackson, •t; A. C. Macnabh, 3; A. 1). Knox, 01 H. 0 Hamilton, 0. Knox wu the first to show in front, tut
February 21, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
Feb. 21, 1903.—N0. 2617. TEI CLU). ON WEDNESDAY the members of this club and their friends to the number of

Feb. 21, 1903.—N0. 2617. TEI CLU). ON WEDNESDAY the members of this club and their friends to the number of

nearly 200 held their annual banquet at the Hotel Cecil. The Earl of Denbigh was in the chair, and among the pests were the Earl of Mayo, Gen. Sir Percy Fielding, Mr G. A. Boulenger, of the British Museum (Icthyological Department) ; Mr Armstrong, editor of the Globe; and Mr Bad
February 21, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

reports is that there exists no such body Is this country. I may here mention that a movement is on foot for the purpose of endeavouring to establish something of the sort in the British Isles, and if you hear more of it in the near future I hope you and all your friends who are
February 21, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
SHOOTING NOTES AND QUERIES.

SHOOTING NOTES AND QUERIES.

THREE SEM AT ONE SNOT.—On Feb. 12 two snipe rose shout twenty yards from me. I fired at one, and as I pulled the trigger a second crossed, and a third sprung twenty yards further on, when all three fell to the single shot. Have you ever heard of a similar occurrence ?—R. A. MILL
February 21, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
I ic, rc t- K li to Kt 3

I ic, rc t- K li to Kt 3

t - to Kt 3 iiiiii:sl3 (74) to K Bto K 3 Hroßtq Kt to B It takes Hi Resigns (O.
February 21, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
'S NEWSPAPER.

'S NEWSPAPER.

each other, cestlaulag the R. 0.8. till the drake are completed. wire Use geetleasen go off backwards. right shoulder in, on a large circle, sect lodise continue backwards, left shoulder In, round on mall le middle. A. the academes complete once round the big alrob, and FOUST',
February 21, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
HUNTING. J. DEGE &SONS, Bravolarnimet,

HUNTING. J. DEGE &SONS, Bravolarnimet,

LEATH:ZAN, AND ALL MESSRS J. DERE and BONS beg to draw attention to their STOCKINETTE MELTONS For HUNTING COATS. These Clothe, being Elastic. not only enable them to make a smarter fitting coat, but give greater comfort to the wearer than the ()WIWI Yelto which. however they res
February 21, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
DRESS, WATERPROOFING, &c.

DRESS, WATERPROOFING, &c.

February 21, 1903 - Field - London, London, England