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lIIIIGLI-POWL.

lIIIIGLI-POWL.

WAS LATELY SUGGESTED by a correspondent that the Intnxiitetion of Indian jungle-fowl Into English coverts might be worth trying. if only to vary the monotony of killing nothing but pheasants and ground game which Is usually experienced In a big day's covert shooting. The esperhu
January 28, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
BIG GAPE IN ALA/IL.

BIG GAPE IN ALA/IL.

Elm—The writer of the article on this subject in your issue of Jan. 21 appears to me to have drawn several erroneous conclusions from his perusal of my friend Mr W. H. Osgood's account of his expedition published in No. 24 of the North American Fauna (U.S. Biological Survey), a
January 28, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
DARTMOOR FOXHOUNDS.

DARTMOOR FOXHOUNDS.

Tams bounds met on Saturday at Wraugatou station, when the morning was fine, but a N.E. wind made matters far from pleasant on the open moor. A large field nevertheless assembled to (ho Master (Mr W. Coryton), who was accompanied by his twe sous and daughters (two), and there we
January 28, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
Vol. 105.—Jan. 28, 1903.

Vol. 105.—Jan. 28, 1903.

January 28, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
NORTH 01 IRELAND.

NORTH 01 IRELAND.

Tins snowstorms, or rather the blizzard, which visited the north of Ireland with such severity on Jan. 16 put hunting out of the question for many days, and only in some districts could hounds leave their kennels till late in the week. The County Down Staghounds could not possib
January 28, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
• DOI •ITILOPI WITH HORMEL

• DOI •ITILOPI WITH HORMEL

Wass Mr Scions in 1899 contributed an article on the pukti i(•obua vardani) to the pages of The Great awl Small Ott Mt' of Africa, he considered that this antelope, whose range in South Africa hail always been a very limited one, was probably then exterminated in the only distri
January 28, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
ThE VIM, THE COUNTRY GENTIAMAN's NtiWsPAlign. toA.—Jan. 28, 1805,

ThE VIM, THE COUNTRY GENTIAMAN's NtiWsPAlign. toA.—Jan. 28, 1805,

ThE VIM, THE COUNTRY GENTIAMAN's NtiWsPAl i gn. toA.—Jan. 28, 1805, THE FARM. RURAL UT THE RIDDLE OP THE WEEK the shar p frost white bad possession of the earth for about ten days pie way, and • return of milder conditio ns was esperiesesd. Though wfileienlly severeto render the
January 28, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
1905 M1CC131.3111-•• RC ED

1905 M1CC131.3111-•• RC ED

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January 21, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE YIELD, THE COUNTRY on'TLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. LKESSRS WALTON and LEE, SURVEYOR.. W. Pio. tan " Walton's. 21 . 7(X) will.

THE YIELD, THE COUNTRY on'TLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. LKESSRS WALTON and LEE, SURVEYOR.. W. Pio. tan " Walton's. 21 . 7(X) will.

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January 21, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
ARDENER (Read Working), married, h er table sad ewes mesas= DENER (Head Working), age . he Right Nom Lord MONTYN

ARDENER (Read Working), married, h er table sad ewes mesas= DENER (Head Working), age . he Right Nom Lord MONTYN

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January 21, 1905 - Field - London, London, England