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THE COACHING CLUB.

THE COACHING CLUB.

Tuonon there is some reason to fear that the pastime of coaching is not in so healthy a state as it was a few years ago, lad Saturday's meet of the Coaching Club must not be taken as direct evidence, either one way or the other, the persistent rain of the morning being quite eno
June 2, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
LONDON FOOTBALL ASSOCLILTION.

LONDON FOOTBALL ASSOCLILTION.

annual soneral meeting of Phis association was held last Tuesday nt Winchester Ilouse. EA'. Mr F. J. 11. presided. After the minutes of the special general meeting. at which lord Einstein] had degared carried the resolution for the adini4sion dohs to membership. had fled, Mr I'.
June 2, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
POLO NOTES.

POLO NOTES.

LAST SATURDAY—the most important afternoon of the polo week—was unfortunately spoilt, for there was a heavy rainfall on Thursday night, and further showers on Friday, while those on Saturday morning banished all hopes of play. The interesting fixture between the Rugby team and t
June 2, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE KENNELS

THE KENNELS

OUR FRIENDS IN WALES are nothing if not energetic, especially in matters concerning dogs. They are strong enough to hold their own opinions, and their thoroughness assists them in being carried out. Not long ago a determined stand was made against certain exhibitors at the shows
June 2, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
:tine 2, 1906.—N0. 2788. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

:tine 2, 1906.—N0. 2788. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

RAMVBOTTON DOG SHOW. Tuts meeting took place last Saturday, the 26th inst., Mr M. Marsden judging all except collies, that were. taken by Mr H. Ainscough. The Lest POLNTER or Scrrzn was Mr Crabtree 's Mallwyd Bounce, an English setter, shown in splendid coat and condition. The p
June 2, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
IMPROVIIIIIFf OF DAIRY CAITLF.

IMPROVIIIIIFf OF DAIRY CAITLF.

NVHERE DAIRYING IS FOLLOWED in one or other of its branches tbo financial results must depend to a large extent on the quality of the cows. For a considerable time attention his been directed to improvements in methods of dairying and the actual manufacture and preparation of da
June 2, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
TILE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

TILE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

must be detrimental to a breed, it is true that much of the &erecter of an animal is evidenced in its bead, and in pedigree breeding the character of the breed must be maintained, though, of course, breeding for a different style of born is useless; but if a type has been fixed
June 2, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
GARDEN NOUS AND WIRIER

GARDEN NOUS AND WIRIER

MINIS PRECOX. -As the name indicates. this fine hybrid broom :C. racoons x albus) is one of the earliest to flower. Growing Gft. to eft. In height, it is remarkably floriferous, and grown as we have seen it In a large bed, the effect of the countless little creiumeoloured, butte
June 2, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
Jung• 2, 1906.—N0. 278 ts.

Jung• 2, 1906.—N0. 278 ts.

June 2, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
HOW TO WRITE FOR THE PRESS.

HOW TO WRITE FOR THE PRESS.

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June 2, 1906 - Field - London, London, England