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THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 107.—June 30,1006;

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 107.—June 30,1006;

June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
'S NEWSPAPER.

'S NEWSPAPER.

SCOTTISH A.A.A. CHAMPIONSHIPS. Starter—A. Ilrebner. R. K. K inn inmnnt, C. Pennyecok,ll. Barr, A.M. Bryson, T. Fraser, F. X. eatenberB, K. Whitton and o.llume. Referee—D, Kerr. Ttinekeepors—llerassj. Bartleman, D. 8. A. Hannah, sad A. Scot lies. Sea—Mr D.B. Darman. Tog twenty-fo
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
ARCHER?.

ARCHER?.

FIXTURES. rtnuc mr.ETINcs. Wad, Mora, and Fri, July 1,5, and B.—lnternational Meeting, at Toupee Wed., nun. & Fri, July 14 19, & 20.—Grand Western Meeting, at and Friday, Aug. 1,2, and 2.—Grand National, at °third Weslacolv. Thuraday, and Friday, V, 30, and 31.—Grand Northern, D
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
June 30, 1906.—N0. 2702. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY Cr.

June 30, 1906.—N0. 2702. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY Cr.

June 30, 1906.—N0. 2702. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY Tamer D. 1$ *Mrs G. HoeoTwill, Weald Kest 73 353 ... 46 214 .. 119 603 ... 11 *Mrs Berens, West Keot *Mrs C. Fast Shoes 15 Mrs E. M. Day, Here'orl Bowmen 76 341 ... 49 217 ... 119 59 ... 10 *Mrs A. C. Heathcote, Ramps. Co. 14 116...
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
Fares and Minn Lowther beat (*nutlet and Miss Morton. 6/3. 3/6. 6/3 Wilding and Miss W. Lonichurst beat llillyard and

Fares and Minn Lowther beat (*nutlet and Miss Morton. 6/3. 3/6. 6/3 Wilding and Miss W. Lonichurst beat llillyard and

Miss Pinckney. 6;0. 6/1. Wilding and Miss W. T.onghund brat Fares and Miss Lowther. 6/3, 6/2. SIMMS (INN( Chen). TUIID K Powell beat Young. 64. Pont bent Winston 61. 6/4 7'3 L Powell bent 6. B. Vernon. 6/1, beat Fleet. 116, 6/3. 6'2 63. Myers brat K. Powell. 5'6. 6/4. 6/2 Font b
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
Dolphin It.C.: E. A. Rasta I I harm R. 0.: T. B. Shannon Won by a length. 3311 T STOCK BANK ROWING CLUI.

Dolphin It.C.: E. A. Rasta I I harm R. 0.: T. B. Shannon Won by a length. 3311 T STOCK BANK ROWING CLUI.

A rrre was routed on Tuesday :nun k Church Hammernnibh Arid or. J. Keogh. 11. C. Voting, J. W. R. 0. Croft 11. J. It Hansa, S. A. T. B. Morris (at), F. W. Barnes . J. F. Lunch. S. Useath: " %V. Y. Hewer (at. ) , P. 1 (on.) It was a owl rare MI the way, sad then another lending.
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE NICHES REVISITED.

THE NICHES REVISITED.

THIS SPRING I fished again some Welsh gleams not seen for many years. Bettwa-y-coed is one of those places which aro charming from always remaining the same. It is now some thirty years since I received my first lessons in fly fishing by the Llugwy's banks, and now, after all th
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEW ZEALAND FOR SETTLERS. THE ENORMOUS DEVELOPMENT of the British empire and her " re:cr.:cm" possessions during the last fifty

NEW ZEALAND FOR SETTLERS. THE ENORMOUS DEVELOPMENT of the British empire and her " re:cr.:cm" possessions during the last fifty

years is one of the wonders of the present day, and, whilst it appeals to the national pride of all who can call themselves Britons, it offers also a wide field of enterprise to the youth of the overcrowded Mother Country. Articles appear from time to time in the public journals
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
NOTES AND QUERIES OM NATURAL HISTORY.

NOTES AND QUERIES OM NATURAL HISTORY.

SNIPE AND REDSNANK LAYING IN SANE NEST.—As an interesting confirination of the records in your last issue of snipe and redshank laying in the same nest, I may mention that I know of en instance of three eggs of redshank and three of the ruff being found in one nest in I 'Oland.
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
June 30, 1906.—N0. 2792. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

June 30, 1906.—N0. 2792. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

KENT y. MIDDLESEX. SECOND Tut third day's play at Tunbridge was particularly interesting, and there were many fluctuatiiina in the before, at six o'clock, the game was drawn. Kent had then their last man in. and tliirly•nine more runs were wanted. (In Saturday Warner and Payne t
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England