THE KENNEL. 1 = la CM should !be to bold Ilk only lbs .p Is "Lies Ant" be a stop tn. SPANIEL WANTED; breed, provided the dog is paths& drops band and works owls, as Maims ea laud or fir a geed dog.—Addren Kr AMOR. Mee WANTED, together or separately, oe Labrador or Irish Innen: b
SEASON 1905. W. and B. FREEMAN. will be AUCTION, et Aldridge's, ]lertin'►ley non Frido,r. Jul; 14, oboe. 1.30 o'clock. 60 POINTERS, SETTERS, RETRIEVERS AND SPANIELS Lieut.-Colonel Sir HENRY SMITH, O. M. PELHAM BURN, Esq.; W. STIRLING STUART, Esq.; Dr G. MARTYN, W. IL JOHNSTONE,
Such reports as have come to hand from the Yorkshire and Derbyshire moors are even more favourable than these from Scotland. Good stocks of birds were left on the majority of the moors, the wintering was favourable, and the weather during the pairing, nesting, and hatching perio
Tea canine society formed three years ago in Nottingham appears to be awakening up the latent fanciers, for undoubtedly the show of dogs held on Saturday last was not only the large at, but the best that has, of late years, been held in this town. Three hundred and twenty dogs,
v. XIIBBIELBU3GII NEW. A match was played at Murrayfield on June 2% victory inclining to the visitors by five matches to four. In the bjoined details the names of the New Club's representatives are given first O. W. Walker 1, J. L. Lawson 0; S. M. Macpherson 0, E. D. Simson 0; W.
was the Duke of AthoWsTe of Atholl, and Mr Thos. V. Smith's Seelbach followed, williethe third position was filled buruCulol a LE. D. Maloolm's Nora Mese A beautiful heifer, which telly beams c o he: o 7ton of the breed, after aump uire had been called In. bade win in He three-y
--Having read your criticism of my design appearing in the club year book, I should like to explain a few matters concerning the same. The designing competition was for a cruiser not more than ".;ft. over all, and suitable for the Humber estuary. A Humber cruiser, to my mind, is