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HORSE SHOW ?MOSES.

HORSE SHOW ?MOSES.

Loan MUD/GAIL'S Blow Newport.).—Nov. and 2".. Sec., Trodegar Estate Office. [ow, of Light Hones are also held in connection with the glows of the various agricultural societies, the Sutures of which will be found in the Farm Department.l [Advertisement.)—saturant INSPECTION or C
October 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
BIG GAME SHOOTING IN BUENA.

BIG GAME SHOOTING IN BUENA.

FEW PEOPLE REALISE the responsibility Mound by • sportsman who has arranged to take out, shall we say, es indiffereutly-armed tyro, who, besides being a stranger to him. may also be au indifferent shot, unacquainted with the language, or with only a smattering of it, and put him
October 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
t lANDOX CRUM' MP.

t lANDOX CRUM' MP.

lANDOX CRUM' MP. Comma y. Ots Wonsiensas.—As exciting game at Tanen Park ended in a win for the Casuals. Burin the And half great pan and skill were displayed. The ivabllity of 11. Corbett to We his place made mate ilieerenee to the Casuals' attack. bet J. einionds. of Oxford Uni
October 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
Oct. 24, 1903.—N0. 2652. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY if

Oct. 24, 1903.—N0. 2652. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY if

Oct. 24, 1903.—N0. 2652. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY Macdonald (threecrnarter backs). 3. W. Prentice, I. W. Peters (half back". T. Ballard. J. like. J. Mole. J. H. Glover. W. Baia. A. Anderson. A. S. Molnar, I. Y. Glover (forwards). t QUEEN'S PARE V. Taints.—La this Scottish Leases ma
October 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
D±ILLgOIII3IE G.C.

D±ILLgOIII3IE G.C.

Txc first and second rounds in the annual hole tournament for the Dalbotude cup were decided at Carnonstie on Saturday with the following result—First round : G. W. B. Kerr (5) beat J. Watson (8) by 3 and I W. Anderson (11) beat R. W. Low (3) by 3 and 1 D. Anderson (+ 1) a b ye;
October 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c. Dr J. M. BARRIE says: "WHAT I call the ' ARCADIA.' in 'My Lady Nicotine' is the

TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c. Dr J. M. BARRIE says: "WHAT I call the ' ARCADIA.' in 'My Lady Nicotine' is the

'CRAVEN' Mixture, and no other." 1-In. Sample Tin. Postage 3d. extra. • MY LADY NlCOTlNE."—"Pettigrew will be welcomed he comes, but he is • married man, and we seldom nee him nowadays. Others will be regarded as intruders If they ere smoking common tobaccos, they must either he
October 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE. RICE BROTHERS, SP= NS & MUTAIT TAM.

UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE. RICE BROTHERS, SP= NS & MUTAIT TAM.

UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE. RICE BROTHERS, SP= NS MUTAIT TAM. AND GOLFING COAT. Inv&twill, to Sportsmen. Rainproof without Rubber. I, cut ou a principlo registered by us; gives complete Freedom and Ease in every position, is well-biting and smart in appeanince, and ca. tromely comfort
October 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
125,REGENT ST.

125,REGENT ST.

oZOM•W GRANT & COCKBURN, XILITABY AND SPORTING Tailors and Breeches Bakers, Legging, Gaiter, and Glove Manufacturers, LEATHER BREECHES MAKERS BY 6111... WARRANT TO N.M. KINC EDWARD VII. Special attention given to GENTLEMEN'S HUNTING OUTFITS. FISHING, SHOOT a I a NG, & YACHTING.
October 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE PATENT I 9 enk THE IDEAL Sporting Coat. 4 FOR GOLFING. SHOOTING, FISHING, RIDING. DRIVING. MOTORING, &G.. &C. IN

THE PATENT I 9 enk THE IDEAL Sporting Coat. 4 FOR GOLFING. SHOOTING, FISHING, RIDING. DRIVING. MOTORING, &G.. &C. IN

EVERY NO STRAIN NO TICHTNL Our .7 BEWILO adaptable and materials, Rives greater ease and comfort than any sporting garment ever invented. IFor.loft £3 3 0. (Waterproofed if desired.) SOLE MAKERS AND PATENTEES, NORTON & BENNETT, TAILORS, 44, CONDUIT ST., BOND ST., LONDON, W. Nam
October 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England
 
CORNHILL,

CORNHILL,

"Know exactly what Is needed for every part of the Globe."— Extract from " NOTES ON OUTFIT," to Royal Geographical Society's "Hint, to Travellers."
October 24, 1903 - Field - London, London, England