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Aug. 13, 1904.—N0. 2G94. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLE-M.'. N'S NEWSPAPER. BOWLING ANALYSIS, Esser.—Fits? Immas.

Aug. 13, 1904.—N0. 2G94. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLE-M.'. N'S NEWSPAPER. BOWLING ANALYSIS, Esser.—Fits? Immas.

Aug. 13, 1904.—N0. 2G94. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLE - M.'. N'S NEWSPAPER. BOWLING ANALYSIS, Esser.—Fits? 0. M. L. W. O. W. I. W. Gunn (J.)......... 41 ... 8 ...138 ... 2 Jones Hallam ...... 433... 12 ... 93 2 Flmnston Anthony ......... 31 ... 1 ...113 ... 1 Gunn (0.) 6 0 ... 2
August 13, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
Tint annual summer meetingof Leven's leadingclub was held on Friday and Saturday of last week. On the opening day the

Tint annual summer meetingof Leven's leadingclub was held on Friday and Saturday of last week. On the opening day the

club's gold and silver medals (scratch) and the jubilee medal (handicap) were the bones of contention among a field of twenty-eight. The sold medal was won at 80 by W. Henderson, and the silver medal was teed for at 83 by W. N. Besse, D. O. Crole, and A. G. Tait. The beet handic
August 13, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
Pryntp Thane c Campbell 1;

Pryntp Thane c Campbell 1;

ihrehall • A. Duncan 1 b w /fireball A. Micklem b Campbell 4l Sir F. w b Campbell I U. Nlarryett It Canipbeil W. Slill b Campbell PEMBROKE LODGE at. Bournemouth on Monday In 1.. Break in c Arnold b Player A. Prichard b Head 0. Meakin lbw b 2l I. It. Meakin b Player ll M. Brander
August 13, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
PORTSMOUTH

PORTSMOUTH

(For Gentlemen). From - - 55/. With D.I.Y. (Devon Imperial Yeomanry) Cuffs, Regd. FOR WEAR. The coolest in Summer, The warmest in Winter. Cotton and Linen Imitations of our Coats are chilly and damp feeling all the year round, besides being vastly inferior fabrics which do not p
August 13, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
UNRIVALLED for producing a healthy, sleek. and 'dewy surface on the coma 0f Greyhound,. Foxbounds, errkse, Wae,d and Samoan • coated Dogs. nsars ne._ R Ingle. sr. OA. Poet Free. ND cO.. Blentlieettunte. 100, New E. BROWN & SON'S MELTONIAN BLACKING.

UNRIVALLED for producing a healthy, sleek. and 'dewy surface on the coma 0f Greyhound,. Foxbounds, errkse, Wae,d and Samoan • coated Dogs. nsars ne._ R Ingle. sr. OA. Poet Free. ND cO.. Blentlieettunte. 100, New E. BROWN & SON'S MELTONIAN BLACKING.

UNRIVALLED for producing a healthy, sleek. and 'dewy surface on the coma 0f Greyhound,. Foxbounds, and • coated Dogs. Ingle. OA. Free. ND cO.. 100, E. BROWN & SON'S MELTONIAN BLACKING. Is asei Benders Boots Soft, ~arable, and )ter- proof. E. BROWN a SON'S BOOT PREPARATIONS (Przut
August 13, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
DORTON & PAUL'

DORTON & PAUL'

CONTINUOUS WROUGHT IRON FENCING. STRAINED WIRE FENCING. flan ad. TREEII does, IIMOUCIIT 6 IRON FIELD GATES, trout 29/—..oh. UNCLIMBABLE Falai% from 4/4 UOOCNT-IRON PALMING far Cottages. from CORINICATEO IRON FENCINC, • all height,. Primo trout 4/- per IRON ROOFS AND IR! OF EVERY
August 13, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
LIVE STOCK.

LIVE STOCK.

IMPORTANT SALES OF PUREBRED JOHN THORNTON and CO. will SELL by AUCTION as [0110113: THURSDAY NEXT, AUG. 18.—Lord Northbourne's Hammonds, and Mr H. F. Plunsptre's SOUTHDOWNS and SUSSEX CATTLE. at Tunbridge Wells. TUESDAY, Atm. 30.—About Fifty !SHORTHORNS !rota Mr George Itarriso
August 13, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
Chapter I.—The Start from Home. Chapin II —From am, tle to Cook's Inlet. Mmr 111.—dt Kenai and Rossiloll. r IV.—Hunting Bears on the lia"rilaud. Chapter V.—Kusalloff River and Lake Tu',Lemma. Chapter Vl.—Hnnting the White Sheep. Chapter Vll.—Moose Hunting in the Fore it Primeval. Chapter Vlll.—Back to Renal. Chapter IX.—Retrospeetive.

Chapter I.—The Start from Home. Chapin II —From am, tle to Cook's Inlet. Mmr 111.—dt Kenai and Rossiloll. r IV.—Hunting Bears on the lia"rilaud. Chapter V.—Kusalloff River and Lake Tu',Lemma. Chapter Vl.—Hnnting the White Sheep. Chapter Vll.—Moose Hunting in the Fore it Primeval. Chapter Vlll.—Back to Renal. Chapter IX.—Retrospeetive.

Chapter I.—The Start from Home. Chapin II —From tle to Cook's Inlet. Mmr 111.—dt Kenai and Rossiloll. r IV.—Hunting Bears on the lia"rilaud. Chapter V.—Kusalloff River and Lake Tu' , Lemma. Chapter Vl.—Hnnting the White Sheep. Chapter Vll.—Moose Hunting the Fore it Primeval. Chap
August 13, 1904 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE LATE C. BRUCE LOWE.

THE LATE C. BRUCE LOWE.

IDITID BY WILLIAM ALLISON.
August 13, 1904 - Field - London, London, England