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Now the eldest and principal Game Pam. holds thron;hlet the you the largest Stock et Birds. which is always apes to !nal:settee. Visitors met by appoiatraent. 1 10,000 Stool Birds. Orders now being booked in large or small quantities to hatch from 81 to 15 per cent. from stock b
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Show there net a single class for horses shoes in the saddle, a matter of feet a huge majority of the best salamis shows gave the idea that they would be moist =comfortable saddle horses. Their somewhat steep ebou'ders, long hacks, and high =lien are seen to the greatest advants
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A ussect. lot of hentent and harncts homes with a sprinkling of polo ponies were dealt with at Albert-gate on Monday, for which very fair sums were obtained, the following being the principal transactions: lady Claw, b polo p, Mge.; The Waif, gr polo p, :Age.; Silverdale, eo pol
fire,—Some misleading letters have lately appeared in the on this subject, the writers quoting statute law without making any reference to the common law of the land. Dealing first with the statute law. I fail to perceive that the Poisoned Flesh Prohibition Act, 186 , authorises