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PAR/. Tax Worcester Park Polo Club have closed a most successful season with the annual tournament for Mr Aston's cup. Tha semi-final was played on M,,nday in last week, when the teams lined out as follows—Red: Messrs G. Gush, E. B. Hampton, A. Price, and A. F. Houlder; White: Me
SOMERSET y. KENT. HEAVY rain during the early hours of Thursday meninx', followed by sunshine, had so affected the pitch at Tunrtton that Woods, upon winning the toss, considered it ex p e di en t t o pu t hi s in, and for a time the Somerset captain had some justification for h
Sts,--I have been much interested in your leading article in the Field of Aug. 6 on "Short-Charge Sporting Cartridges," and I quite agree with you that the advent of 33-grain powders has made more for progress in the direction of effective and pleasant shooting than perhaps any
CASTLE YACHT CLUB. AUG. 8. annual regatta of the Castle Yacht Club, at Calshot Castle, was commenced on quite a typical August day. Opening with almost a flat calm, that continued with intervals of light zephyrs so long that in nearly all the races the courses had to be curtaile