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SOLD BY ALL CROCERS AND OILMEN.

SOLD BY ALL CROCERS AND OILMEN.

LEVER BROTHERS. LIMITED, PORT SUNLIGHT. The name LEVER on VIM Is a guarantee of purity and excellence.
July 2, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
Dern: Oro., Pries Se. net. "HORSES, ASSES, ZEBRAS, MULES, A nd MULEBREEDING," by W. B. Tegetmeier, M.B 0.U., F 2.8.,

Dern: Oro., Pries Se. net. "HORSES, ASSES, ZEBRAS, MULES, A nd MULEBREEDING," by W. B. Tegetmeier, M.B 0.U., F 2.8.,

and C. L. Sutherland, C.1.E.. F.Z.B. late of the War Office attached to the British Co.m mission Philadelphia Exhibition, 1e76; International Juror, Paris Exhibition, 1818; Assistant Commissioner. Royal Commission on Agriculture, IC9. Ulna. Crated by thirty engraving, London: Ro
July 2, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
Fourth Edition, price 511. wt. AHISTORY and DESCRIPTION with Reminiscences of the FOX TERRIER, by RAWDON B. LEE, &litho( of

Fourth Edition, price 511. wt. AHISTORY and DESCRIPTION with Reminiscences of the FOX TERRIER, by RAWDON B. LEE, &litho( of

Modern Dogs," te.. profuse illustrusions by Arthur Wardle. Handsomely bound, it contains Patel, nineteen portraits, and sundry vignettes, the whole boiler brought thoroughly up to due, and besides COW tabling fresh and additional material in the literary portion of the work. Inc
July 2, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
July 2, 1904.--No. 2688. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

July 2, 1904.--No. 2688. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

DOG SHOW AT ARNHEIM. A VERY SVC F:SSFI'I. EXHIBITION OF DOGS under the auspie,a of the Netherlands Terrier Club was held in Arnheim on June 24 and two following days. Mr George Raper adjudicated upon most of the English varieties, and amongst the other judges Count Hylandt had h
July 2, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G WINaTITLD ECULLI.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G WINaTITLD ECULLI.

Tor. am eltampion‘hir trill TMfie 7 ;ll°7l T.ar on 3Tondar..Toly lg. Ths will start ahout 515 p.m. A preliminary will, if tak3 pine.. on Friday. July 15, at 1.15 p.m. he made the ?Tr F. T. Pitman, It, Au .tin Friars, Lot later than six o'clock on Friday, July t 3. COLLEGI JOLT C
July 2, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
Tammuz v. lIATIPSHIRE.

Tammuz v. lIATIPSHIRE.

Tammuz v. AS was only to expected, having regard to the relative strength of the Yorkshire had difficulty in beating Hampshire on the Headingley Ground, Leeds. The match was commenced on Monday, and after producing some variable cricket, ended on the second afternoon in a victory
July 2, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
HAND•BSABED WILD DUCKS.

HAND•BSABED WILD DUCKS.

Sin, —ls there no way more in accordance with the instincts of sport than the penning of artificially-bred wild ducks, for the purpose of liberating them to be shot? I cannot help thinking that the modification described below will be more to the taste of shooters generally. The
July 2, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
GENnnires SINOLU.

GENnnires SINOLU.

SINOLU. FIlt.T ROUVIV. W. C. Crawley T. M. Maerognr• F.Andrenn beat 11." l'hilleti," 6/1, data had byes I 0. M. Milne a bye; A. D. James A. Cranley a bye; E. I'. Jane , ' D. NI. Hawes beat A. L Irvine, 61, 11..1. W. E'..tl*ry and S. M.iliony 2 6, 6,1 bail ROI AV. C. Crawley beat
July 2, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
FOOTBALL. THE ENGLISH TEAM IN lIIIIITILLIA.

FOOTBALL. THE ENGLISH TEAM IN lIIIIITILLIA.

Or( Jana :5, at Sydney, the vieiton defeated New South %Valets by points to 6. At Sydney on Juno 23 (be gained yet attutites defeating Use by 1Y wattle 6.
July 2, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER,

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER,

July 2, 1904.—N0. 2688. that a year at lust should be spent in gaining some knowledge of the country and its resources. and also of the common language necestery for the direction of labour. Wa strongly recommend anyone contemplating farming in the Nile Valley to carefully study
July 2, 1904 - Field - London, London, England