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THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLLILMS NEWSPAPER. GRAYLING : A RECANTATION. Mill mintier the one is. rile beet. mill 4:111101111g the

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLLILMS NEWSPAPER. GRAYLING : A RECANTATION. Mill mintier the one is. rile beet. mill 4:111101111g the

i swluhle evade . . WE HAVE A DIM MEMORY of having read somewhere that Matthew Arnold was a fisherman. Whether that be so or not, he could not have turned two lines more aptly to our purpose. For three full weeks have we been nursing the unconquerable hope; for three full weeks
October 3, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
KINGSBURY.

KINGSBURY.

THE last game of a well-supported and (apart from the natural con sequence of wet weather) successful season was duly contested of Saturday last. The sides were—Mr Itol,isuoix Tenni : Messrs Keili nest, Mr L. Stephen, E. Covell, and W. Robinson (back), and Wembley Park : Messrs
October 3, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

OPIN COMPETITION AT PAM. MAIICITISTER. A open competition for amateurs and professionals was held on the e %Miens coursed the Manchester toil Club In Trafford Park, Manchester, Wednesday. Prises to the amount of £4O were offered for competition •titosig4 the prolessionels, the a
October 3, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
Os Saturday, the Septernber Bogey medal was played for against "the colonel." The day, though close, was an ideal one

Os Saturday, the Septernber Bogey medal was played for against "the colonel." The day, though close, was an ideal one

for scoring, but the links were at full medal stretch. First class: E. J. Bruoe (8), 3up ; J. S. Gaunt (7), 2 up; E. A. Sykes (scr.), H. H. Barker (scr.), J. Bairstow (2), T. B. KeiShley (5), and P. Holmes (8). 1 down ; 0. S. Brook (6) and E. N. Longhorn (7), 3 down; A. Moore (6
October 3, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE YIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

THE YIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

all. Ido not add any lime because the soils I have to amnia, contain suScient lime, and beak she contains about to 30 per cent. of lime. My method is as indirect one. Pot No. 1 always gives the best yield, and No. 4 the worst. By comparing the yields of Pots 2 and 3 with that of
October 3, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
HIEING SHORTHORN AND JERSEY MILE.

HIEING SHORTHORN AND JERSEY MILE.

Tea elaborate investigations that are being carried out under the auspices of the Somerset County Education Committee at. the county experimental fann, Bickenhall, in testing the rt lative richness of the milk of different breeds and the results that accrue from mixing the vario
October 3, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
A LARCE STOCK OF ROLLED STEEL JOISTS ALWAYS ON NAND.

A LARCE STOCK OF ROLLED STEEL JOISTS ALWAYS ON NAND.

PI s%- 111 , t.N NaTICUI Aks U .1 ink Nil. BOULTON & PAUL Ltd., Norwich. MUSGRAVE'S PATENT STABLE FITTINGS. COLD MEDAL PARIS EXHIEITION, 1900. CRAVE'SI,2, 1 • By Breda! AptiMidment to Ilia Maim*, &Da Xing. 'he Prince of Balm, the Duke of klaxedlohure. the Emiiren , Frederick of
October 3, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
MUSGRAVE & CO.. LTD.. BELFAST.

MUSGRAVE & CO.. LTD.. BELFAST.

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October 3, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
WRINCHION

WRINCHION

S'. Lawreac: Works, And 57, Holborn Viaduct, LONDON, E.C.
October 3, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
LIPHOOK

LIPHOOK

GAME FARM (Now the oldest end principal Game harm). Several thousand PHEASANT POULTS ; also ADULT BIRDS Par priors sad full particulars APPLY TO Ma. as above PHEASANT POULTS & ADULTS.
October 3, 1903 - Field - London, London, England