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A SYSTEM OF FIGURE SKATING.

A SYSTEM OF FIGURE SKATING.

Being the Theory and Practice of the Art as Developed In England. By T. MAXWELL WITHAL Cheap Edition. Illustrated by 156 Diagrams In crown Bro., net, by post 2s. 3d. London: Windsor Hodge, Braua's Buildings. Vol. 107.—Jan. 20, 1906. Price each ; or the Three Parte, in case, 38,
January 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
" PEACE lIA2'II QUEEN VICTORIA'S PRIZE -TO THE FAITH FULEST! Not to the Cleverest ! nor the Most Bookish! nor

" PEACE lIA2'II QUEEN VICTORIA'S PRIZE -TO THE FAITH FULEST! Not to the Cleverest ! nor the Most Bookish! nor

the most Precise, Diligent, and Prudent! But to the HIGHER TESTS OF MANHOOD THAN BATTLE EVER KNEW."
January 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
FOREST del ORNAMENTAL TREES. „. Alt I If I, n,II Iti. .. r I 11., • 111. II IN ••

FOREST del ORNAMENTAL TREES. „. Alt I If I, n,II Iti. .. r I 11., • 111. II IN ••

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January 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. VoL 107.—March 10, 1906.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. VoL 107.—March 10, 1906.

March 10, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
TOOTELLL IN SCOTLAND.

TOOTELLL IN SCOTLAND.

• EDINBURGH 1 . 31V....e11if V. At to; MOll..—lt Wan that Ibis Mara match at Craigliwkhart, Edinburgh. on nould go a long way towarile deciding the Scotch club cliampion.hip, but the 311111 e emmeetely by a high wind. and muted In a draw without scoring. The foreanl4 nod half la
March 10, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 

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SCANDISAVIAN RED DEER

SCANDISAVIAN RED DEER

ACCORDING to Professor Einar fiUmberg, In Arkie Zooturti, Vol. 111., No. 9, red deer in Scandinavia inhabit two widely sundered areas, the one in the south of Sweden and the other in the west of Norway. In former data the tirst-named habitat probably included the greater portion
March 10, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
TUE FAUNA OF LAKE TANGANYIKA.

TUE FAUNA OF LAKE TANGANYIKA.

Tea shove was the subject of nil the papers submitted to the Zoological Society at the scientific meeting on Tuesday evening. when Mr Tomes, V.P., recopied the chair. Mr It. T. Gunther exhibited specimens of the medusa found in tire lake, with diagrams of the development of the
March 10, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 10.—March 10, 1906.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 10.—March 10, 1906.

whether they be lined with leather, fibre, or brass. Not only are they dirt proof and far more powerful, but also they arc as efficient backwards as forwards. Some of the latest cars are fitted with the brake pedal coupled tip through a compensating bar or similar device to the
March 10, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
TYPE AND ACTION IN SHIRES.

TYPE AND ACTION IN SHIRES.

TYPE AND ACTION SHIRES. LAST WEEK'S SHIRE HORSE SHOW was so prolific in the matter of interesting and exciting decisions in the judging ring that a good deal was beard among the onlookers as to what really constituted the ideal Shire horse. In a case of the kind it may be desirab
March 10, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
March 10,_1906.—No. 2716. THE VIVA THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NOMPAPtit.

March 10,_1906.—No. 2716. THE VIVA THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NOMPAPtit.

March 10,_1906. —No. 2716. THE THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S beet produced in these trials must be regarded as encouraging in the highest degree, and it will be interesting and instructive to see if this standard can be maintained over a series of years. Mr G. Clarke, who is responsibl
March 10, 1906 - Field - London, London, England