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Buzz CLAY pipit- Some years ago it was possible to obtain new clay pipes, black instead of white; perhaps charcoal was Incorporated with the clay- anyhow they were black. Now lam unable to either obtain or even hear of such a pipe. Can any reader of the Field help in the matter
WIDNZSDAY, Fee. . —There wawa great change In the weather. and the tbeimonieter was not much above freezing point when the sixty-one competitors Male out for the l'rix ?Brien, named after the winner of the Grand Prix du Casino five years ago. There was not much wind, and the bir