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THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

L. B. mares to IL L. P. L. WILIAM Paassm—We haw of no midi golds for Engird. D. W 11.—The air has been rosined, aid is a very laterecting sample. L. P. L.—Tbe telebts =AMU. ISAMUd at the (Moss Works, Brim sad a letter to thou would ao doubtdere. bring you the informa- tics you C
June 13, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G: Keigeht bowled three WS-1;s, and Roberts six ncaelle.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G: Keigeht bowled three WS-1;s, and Roberts six ncaelle.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G: Keigeht bowled three - 1;s, and Roberts six ncaelle. CA111911901 Uniszastrr.—Fraer 'salsas. King . 47 ... 17 US ... Lester Clark Clark bowled two wldes. aed Bates one wade. 124 ............... 2 ... 2 ... 28 ... 4 I Clark 7.5... 1 ... 75 ... 0 Clark bowl
June 13, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
SERVICE WANDERERS.

SERVICE WANDERERS.

WANDNETII9. L. Stewardson not out W. James b Warner J. Levi b Lord 24 J. Grant b Warner 7 Les.byes 3 w 1 Total 128 RI/AN/CIA. C. T. Warner c Levi b Grant 7 Capt. Cross b Stewardson 8 N. A. W. Scott c Wilmot b Stewardson 9 E. G. Scribble not out Byes 121.b1w 3nbl l7 Total 333 FRE
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THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 101.—Juse 18, 1903. LivnPooL:

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 101.—Juse 18, 1903. LivnPooL:

H. B. Steel 1 b w b Peel A. B. Leather b Weddell T. G. 0. Cole b Weddell 0. W. B. Ainsworth c Mackenzie K. b Marsden C. S. Hannay Mackenzie b Peel 37 W. Hilton c Farmer b Maxwell 52 IL J. Edmondson b Weddell In the second innings of Liverpool 14; 11. F. Bardawell (not out) s—'-'
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HORSE SHOW FIXTURES.

HORSE SHOW FIXTURES.

ROYAL Anniertrrast Socirrr OF (London).—Jane 3to 27. Sm. Sir Ernest Clarice Rawzi.son.—June V. Hone Show SILCY Hour Saow.—June 30. Sea., Hr Gregory Dint !Shows of Light Hones are &Igo held in connection with the rhowa of the various agricultural societies. the datums of which wi
June 13, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
June 13, 1903.—N0. 2633. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GE NEWSPAPER. VIZ CLEANING OF CORDITI RIFLES.

June 13, 1903.—N0. 2633. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GE NEWSPAPER. VIZ CLEANING OF CORDITI RIFLES.

fits,—l have a 103 and a Mannlicher, and they give me such infinite trouble that I almost wish that cordite had never been invented. I carry in my pocket a small bottle of cordite cleanser " and a pun cleaner, and after getting a shot I give the rifle a slight ad interims cleani
June 13, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
TEE GUN CLUB.

TEE GUN CLUB.

SATURDAY, JUNE 6.—The Lincoln Handicap, with .e 23 added, attracted eighteen entries, the dividers of which were Mr H. Hicks, a new member, who killed several birds with the second barrel on theedge of the boundary, and Mr H. C. Bentley. The Members' Challenge Cup fell to Mr Gre
June 13, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. vol. 101.--June 18. 1908.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. vol. 101.--June 18. 1908.

June 13, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
-if' 103 19 99 19 95

-if' 103 19 99 19 95

- if' 103 19 99 19 95 Hit!. Set.
June 13, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
Jams 13, 1903.—N0. 2633. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Jams 13, 1903.—N0. 2633. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

• BOAT TRIP DOWN THE DARLING. NB TWO BIGGEST FLOODS on the Darling River (New South Wales) within my experience were in 1810 and 1811. The Darling IS by far the loosest and most important of N.S.W. rivers. Rising In Queensland, it passes into the extreme northeast of New South W
June 13, 1903 - Field - London, London, England