SIR, — The literature of fishing goes much further hack than Mr Harting'a date of 1492. Without going to Egyptian hieroglyphics, there must be a great deal of classical literature on the subject, and certainly Ovid, Pliny, Columella, Oppian, and other i others have dealt with th
A puffy wester'y wind was blowing when the ninth race was Sailed, and as some of the boat. were not ready the start was delayml till At that hour fourteen were ready, Mollie having one and Moddiridderco cad Sweet Sell two reefs down, the others carrying whole Mesons. loathe and
heats of a four oared race were ing the week, when waterside boys steered. and the thud heat toopla ces on Saturday. M Th► 'owes was from Harrod's Wharf to the club boathouse ►t Putney. ELT. E. B. Clarke, W. J. Norris, W. B. Jump. V. L. Hipwell (it.) E. J. Hill, E Earths, F. J.
THE NUMBER OF VISITOR 3 journeying to Reigate on Wedersday last to see their friends, look at the judging of the horses, and to take part generally in a pleasant social function was very materially augmented by the contingent of hunting men primarily attracted by the hounds. No
Jtainsr—Shirrs, Mr T. Evart: Devon% Mr J. Chick; South Wrong Mr B. W. Coster Shorthorns, Mr J. T. Hobbs: I forefords, Mr A. P. 'Turner: I, Mr T. Itarinester ; Bed Polls, Mr D. Taylor; AberdeowAngno, Mr W. Bchrorter: Black Wi.lah, Mr T. H. • Vaughan Cashensartin, Mr J. M. Grilith
Tailor and Outfitter, BIRMINGHAM : PARIS : 114 120. RESENT ST., & 22, GORIMILL, E.C., LONDON. Nicoll's Cloths are thoroughly shrunk by professional cloth workers at 114, Regent-st. - I i - r Nicoll's Cloth Shrinking Works, 114, Regent-street. 7
either from the Peas or from I be or, rte. The ooverts consist of 1200 acres, end each Pen is Four Acres in extent. Thus the birds are kept almost In their natural state. Fresh blood is introduced each Nag= from several different purees, great care being taken to this result, gr