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'S NEWSPAPER.

'S NEWSPAPER.

Fourth Edition, AHISTORY and DESCRIPTION with Reminiscence of the FOX TERRIER, by RAW DON D. LEE, wither of Modern Dom" tc , profuse by Arthur Ward's,. Handsomely bound, It contains WO lawn.. nineteen pWtra i ts, and sundry elynettes. hole ng brought thoroughly up t late. sod be
December 1, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

was in for a good thing; but, without any attempt at bunting, hounds stopped and never hit off the line again. Certainly there was a drain which might bold a fox; but, as a couple of bounds went clean through it, it was evident this was not the cause of their defeat. Wrrazany. T
December 1, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE WEST NORFOLK.

THE WEST NORFOLK.

Wntvnenon, the fixture for Wednesday In last week, proved all that could be desired. To start with, Mr Vincent entertained the field. A beginning was made with Valliant Wood, when a fox was found immediately. Setting his face for the open he ran straight up to the Kishury, when
December 1, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
LEA MARSTON NEETING.—Nov. 23.

LEA MARSTON NEETING.—Nov. 23.

C. .ge ra Slipper—steward—J. Bonen. Reeling. Hon See.-11r L. Willary, . CURDWORTII STAKES, for all ages that hare never won more than one course, at LI. 5.. each ; winner .EB, t eond V; !limbs. Mr R. J. Fry's f b Dona Day - lion. If. Adderley ns f d p ("minsdream, by Lord of Ear
December 1, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE LATE MR JANES BIGGAR.

THE LATE MR JANES BIGGAR.

It was with genuine regret that we heard of the d. alb of Mr James Biggar, of Chapelton, Dalbeattie, N. 8., which occurred on the 20th ult. from an attack of pneumonia. Mr Biggar was one of the most enterprising, intelligent and energetic agriculturists in thu kingdom. and his d
July 7, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
DRESS, WATERPROOFING, &c. - -- ESTB. 1839. THE ORIGINAL

DRESS, WATERPROOFING, &c. - -- ESTB. 1839. THE ORIGINAL

July 7, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
ALFRED WEBB MILES

ALFRED WEBB MILES

& COMPANY, 12, 10, and 8, Brook Street, Hanover Square, London. W.. Lave now on view the JEWEST BTTLZS for :.suininer SIJITING& TROIIIIRINGS. OVERCOATINGS and invite an Inapection of name, or pattern% would Ise 'tent poet free on application. The Shown.in% contain a arlert of ti
July 7, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
CONTINUOUS WROUGHT IRON 4 STRAINED WIRE FENCING.

CONTINUOUS WROUGHT IRON 4 STRAINED WIRE FENCING.

STRAINED WIRE FENCINC. from 9d. per yard. WROUCHT IRON FIELD CATES, from 29/. each UNCLIMBABLE FENCINC, from 4/1 per yard. WR T i reF a l eTtare" L f!!"V a per t yl or r,F °ttageB, CORRUGATED IRON FENCING. heights Paces from 4/S per yard. ' CORRUGATED IRON NAY BARNS AND CORN STO
July 7, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
ORIENT-ROYAL MAIL LIME.

ORIENT-ROYAL MAIL LIME.

ORIENT -ROYAL MAIL LIME. a - NIGHTLY RAILINGS THOM LONDON, PLYMOUTH. MAMETLLES, NAPLIMI. ORIENT-BOYAL MAIL LINE to AUSTRALIA. sad NEW ZEALAND, Csllia GIBRALTAR. MARSEILLES. NAPLES. PORT RAID sad COLOMBO. ORIENT -ROYAL MAIL LINE SAILINGS: To Loads m °ROY,. 6297 July 13 ... July 20
July 7, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
MODERN DOGS GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

MODERN DOGS GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

RAWDON B. LEE, F.Z.S., Kennel Editor of "The Field," An hor of the "history and Description of the Fox Terrier," of the "Collie or Sheepdog," Ac, Profusely Illustrated in Celktype, from Drawings by ARTHUR WARDLI. Thai two bare been thoroughly brought up to dale, various fresh il
July 7, 1906 - Field - London, London, England