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July 8, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
NOW OPEN.

NOW OPEN.

In the Heart of the New Forest. VOREST PARK HOTEL , Brocketthurst, .0 Hants.-'Thin new !Intel, which supplies a bong...et-11,d want. is situated a most charming and most accessible part .4 the Forest, is fitted with every modern comfort and and lighted thrtmgbout by electricity.
July 8, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
LANG GUNS

LANG GUNS

ARE SOUND, HANDY, PERFECTLY BALANCED. SINGLE TRIGGER, SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE. FIELD. dug. 16. 1902 e " Thoroughly typical haa pr actical use for some . consists of few parte little liable to get out of order or to impaind by dust or dirt. . . put through a very mars test . . . wor
July 8, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
Schultze Gunpowder.

Schultze Gunpowder.

. . 41,. $1,4‘%%s To be o,taitet in Canisters and Cartridges trait al Gan Deakrs throughout the World. WHOLESALE ONLY: THE SCHULTZE GUNPOWDER COMPANY Ltd 28. GRESHAM STREET. LONDON, E.C. 1..1- • - weh t 7_ „ , - -0-0"
July 8, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
WILLIAM FORD, Gnnmaker, Fitter, and Barrel

WILLIAM FORD, Gnnmaker, Fitter, and Barrel

Borer. tar Cum gm, or trim the at art bob r& sun OF AID =mum Sorg for Catalosoo, Prow ST. MARY'S ROW, BIRMINGHAM!. Monti= gawk 0 °ORD I E Do U 450 HAMMER...) LEBO. Mao (\nide Double 400; treble grip. ordinary accurate; good Lando. maker. highly dnished: Weight to take abroad. bu
July 8, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
CARRIAGES, HARNESS, is KEA-STREET BAZAAR.— 13addlery et shrew ready and by bee RE CARRIAGE d New and arse pdosd. and

CARRIAGES, HARNESS, is KEA-STREET BAZAAR.— 13addlery et shrew ready and by bee RE CARRIAGE d New and arse pdosd. and

to Carriages mammal; ham( A 3 ta will Sal Vassar. Baker= is S peg CARRTAGEB by AUCTION.—The next PERIODICAL MALE by ADO lON the Carriage lesser. PL. trill Ally at o'clock precisely. far ails should oat se or before the WM. Manager. and IVIORGAN & CO. Ltd. have recaived several C
July 8, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
11. c. Don c Walker b Warlock 19

11. c. Don c Walker b Warlock 19

c. c Walker b Warlock 19 A. A. T 3 er not out — 23 1 Total -. 16! let Inn. 2nd inn. 0. IT. Walters et I loomau b Burrrotra 6 c Braman b Gilbert V. U. Turners Buchanan b Burrows LI b (lilbett 25 11. Walker c 'fyer b Gilbert P. T. Nautili; a c b Reid . ... It c Mamma b rows Buchana
July 8, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

MATCH for the Clyde one.deign %don clam; prizes, and t 1; coarse as in the previous matches. Tacht. Owner. I Y ac ht. Owner. H.Vagrant Mr J. Oubhins. Tigris ..... Mr T. O. Wotherspeon. Statute.. Mr A.T.Sharman Crawford. Start. 11 a.m. Tigris came out ahead on the Red round. bat
July 8, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
XIIRRATPIELD v. BABERTON.

XIIRRATPIELD v. BABERTON.

Tins return match was played at Juniper Green on the evening of June 30, ldurrayfield winning by nine matches to fivo. Details (Murrayfield representatives given first): E. D. Simeon 1 J. King 0; 11. K. Mitchell 1. E. A. E. Burnett 0; J. D. Brown 0. W. P. Drummond 1; T. Gillespi
July 8, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
'8 NEWSPAPER.

'8 NEWSPAPER.

July 8, 1905.—N0. 8741. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G: CRICKET. !SOUND v. AIIIITILLIA. ALlBoren the third of these matches, a hick began at Leeds lest Monday, and lasted throughout three flue days, ass nut without its interesting epochs, and terminated In a critical position. it an.
July 8, 1905 - Field - London, London, England