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By JOHN BICKERDYKE. POPULAR UNABRIDGED EDITION, REVISED. WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS. The contents of the book comprise the following subjects: The Art of Boat Sailing and Choice of Boats. Weather, Tides, Life Saving at ka. Baits and Row to Find Them. The Best Methods of Sea Fis
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ONE-LEGGED SPORTSMEN.—Hav in notice,l in your issues of July 30 and Aug. 6 that the late Mr I leury Evans, of Jura. after losing a leg, was able to become a proficient deerstalker, and also to ride to hounds with the Meynell hint. it would be a great kindness if any of your read
at the Newmarket July Meeting, and when lie went to the poat on Wednesday he had the full confidence of his trainer, and was, in the language of the racecourse, " expected." Bred by Sir R. Waldie Griffith, the St. Is colt is by Ladas—who sadly wants a few good winners out of St.
THE EXTENSION of the utilisation of homing pigeons In all parts of the world has been strongly marked during the present year. The Japanese have employed their services, and messages have been conveyed from the vicinity of Port Arthur to Chefoo, across a broad expanse of sea, wh