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C. W. ANDREWS

C. W. ANDREWS

11\111111. Gun 6' Rifle Makers. New ratters, Lee-Enfield Action, high velocity Magazine Sporting Rifle for Big Game Shooting. Bore 375, Firing 270 Grain Bullet. Very powerful and superior to a Double Rule, sighted to 300 yards. BESTOFALL SPORTING • STICK (PATENT). - I bindle Cow
March 3, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

to hark. Ash is, perhaps, the bark they most prefer. Another good method of feeding rabbits is to fasten a truss of clover hay to the ground by mean,' of a stake driven through its centre, and place a sheet, of corrugated zinc over all. The rabbits will eat every particle, and n
March 3, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
rnOD torso.

rnOD torso.

rnOD Thomas and Marrelt beatK.lll7f; and Wood. 11/5, 15/10, 15/11 Chesterton and Abbott beat Belson and Lee, 15/13, 17/14. Thomas and Martell and Abbott. 15/11. MO. Miss Unearth and Miss Bateman. owe 1. a bye Mica Murray and Min M. E. Brown. snatch., beat 31134 Lannowo and Miss E
March 3, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. CRICKET.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. CRICKET.

WARWICKSHIRE C3IIITY CC. pointed out by the chairman, Mr 11. Cortland. at the annual meeting of the county club out Thursday that, although many i:itches were dra .11 by Warwickshire last season. the team hod ateraced seven an hour more than its opponents on the ground Et Edgbas
March 3, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE STOCKHOLM TOKEN/J[llft Ti. mixed master. and amateur tournament resulted, as expected, in favour of the mastere. and also in

THE STOCKHOLM TOKEN/J[llft Ti. mixed master. and amateur tournament resulted, as expected, in favour of the mastere. and also in

order of merit. The first prize could only have beon dispnted by Bernstein. Schlcebter being the favourite, and but for the formers mishap in the came with &Lars). which we are Informed was Lost by a blunder in the online, he would have been first. Of the home players Moiler wit
March 3, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
March 3, 1906.—N0. 2775.

March 3, 1906.—N0. 2775.

March 3, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. W.15:1144- 9 99 Col. C. P. Orlow 97 7 a= 90 _

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. W.15:1144- 9 99 Col. C. P. Orlow 97 7 a= 90 _

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. 9 99 Col. C. P. Orlow 97 7 90 W. Stead 97 - 7.90 Capt. liwWord lOO 10 90 C'o. A. n. Mein - 19 88 Z. W. Wilson lO5 —l5 90
March 3, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
DOTAL MTN DEVON O.C.

DOTAL MTN DEVON O.C.

Vas. 21.—Monthly medal : Finn Class: B B. Ilasefield, 97-10=67 (wins memento); H. Hlnde, 113-7=84 4 . Second Clam: 7.. el. Elger. 103-14.99 (wins memento); S. P. Thompson, 106-13=93; H. N. Harrison, 109-13=96. FM. N.—Monthly medals. Firm et E A. Sykes 75 75 W. RI 6 = 78 A. Moore
March 3, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
SHEEP IN WET WEATHER.

SHEEP IN WET WEATHER.

A SPILL of wet weather is perhaps even more disconcerting to flock owners than snow and frost of considerable severity. Especially is this the case where the flocks are largely dependent upon the produce of arable land for their maintenance. In the Case of sheep kept 011 permane
March 3, 1906 - Field - London, London, England