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SHOOTING, SNIPE, PHEASANT, AND WOODCOCK IN JAPAN. W MILE WILDFOWL undoubtedly affcri the best sport to the gunner in Japan, snipe, pheasant, and woodcock run them very close indeed for second place. And perhaps more particularly so is this the case with the snipe, for (bough no