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CARSTRIDGt:3PORTING ..so,

CARSTRIDGt:3PORTING ..so,

CARSTRIDGt:3PORTING WITS T.S. Black, Schultze, Amberite or Ballistite Powders. RIFLE AND REVOLVER CARTRIDGES With Black or Smokeless Powder. Nickel Coated Bullets for " Express and High Velocity Sporting Rifles. OF ALL COMMANDS ARO 'MERL TWO 'WESTLIa" RICHARDS 12-bore EJECTORS. a
January 30, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
C.FARLOW &CO.'s!). 191, Strand, London, W.C.

C.FARLOW &CO.'s!). 191, Strand, London, W.C.

Telegrams; "fireetakeart, London!, 711:l Pt 'V' I XIS. OGDEN SMITH, PARK MDR. RYON PARK CORNER. SAW. Trlcpbone CBi9 lierned. Works: Junction. CASTLECONNELL RODS. UNIQUE RECORD. " ALL THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS for LonrcliataneeCasting have been won with the above Rods. Bola Nam : •
January 30, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
HUNTING NOTES FROM IRELAND.

HUNTING NOTES FROM IRELAND.

THE WEATHER HAS IMPROVED very much during the past week, and is now mild and spring-like. The Kildare were at Kilkea Castle on Thursday of last week, finding any number of foxes in the home coverts, but nothing could be done with them. In the afternoon Colonel de Robeck brought
January 30, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
Jan. 30, 1904.—N0. 2666. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Jan. 30, 1904.—N0. 2666. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

ON TIM NORTH-WESTERN LINE. WITH AN INTERVAL of three days' duration, hunting was VI resumed in the Vale of Aylesbury on Tuesday, the frost being sufficiently out of the ground by mid-day for the Whaddon Chase to keep their fixture at the house of that good sportsman, Mr Joseph R
January 30, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
GATWICK SECOND JANUARY WRITING.

GATWICK SECOND JANUARY WRITING.

%wards—Mr C. A. Egerton, Capt. W. Hope-Johnstone, Mr J. B. Lairll. and Mr F. Jmehir—Mr C. E. Robinson. Stnrtrr—.Mr A. Coventry. of the "karm , —Mr W. C. Meaning. R. K. Mainwarint. Vert* of the Course—Mr G. H. Verrall. State/adders—Messrs Peak and Co. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27. " /NH, T
January 30, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
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January 30, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
ONCE AGAIN.

ONCE AGAIN.

THE SALMON SEASON OPENS ONCE MORE, and many waters await us. The loved haunts are calling to us, and there is sweetness in every voice. We almost feel that some river banks wo know will be jealous if they do not feel our tread at the appointed time. Some rocks even may resent ou
January 30, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
TYPE IN DOGS.

TYPE IN DOGS.

SINCE THE TIME when dog shows were first held it has become a habit, or, if not exactly a habit, a means of expressing an opinion of the worth of one dog in oomparison to the worth of another, by saying this is the right type and that the wrong. The dog exhibitor has in this wor
January 30, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
CONRIE DOG SHOW. Tun ninth annual exhibition of this association was held in the local public ball on Wednesday, 27th

CONRIE DOG SHOW. Tun ninth annual exhibition of this association was held in the local public ball on Wednesday, 27th

inst. Only to some extent, and that principally In the matter of numbers, did the show suffer from the recent spate of exhibition which always comes on at this period of the year in Scotland, the quality of the exhibits generally being quite up to former years. Mr A. MoConnell,
January 30, 1904 - Field - London, London, England