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A nate cf 165 took part in the summer meeting at Ifortonhall on Saturday. The conditions were ahaoluttly perfect-not too

A nate cf 165 took part in the summer meeting at Ifortonhall on Saturday. The conditions were ahaoluttly perfect-not too

keen putting gnen', a subdued light, and no wind • and low scone were plentiful blackberries. The inducements toe diopetit:on were the Wrdier silver club (scratch), the Gordon•Gilinuoir cup (handicap% and four other prizes. J. V. Macdonald, the spring medallho, led for a conside
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
Pif.R iMsl NIpIORIAL. PJAII; or 500 rovs; 1 mile.

Pif.R iMsl NIpIORIAL. PJAII; or 500 rovs; 1 mile.

NIpIORIAL . PJAII; or 500 rovs; 1 mile. Cant. J. Orr. Ewing's e Thrush. by Mime! Thrush— Chemistry. 4 yrs. Het Mr W. R. Wymlliam'er Athi, 3 yea. 94 Mr W. E. Elsey's Puss. 3 yew. 7st Mr T. J. Thompson's Mark Antony, 3 yrs, 7st 81b J. A. Wheatley 0 Betting 5 to 1 on Thrush, 5 to 1
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
ETON COLLEGE BOAT CLUB.

ETON COLLEGE BOAT CLUB.

Tna final heal or the make ,rulin2 104 !env. an Falnnlay vetting. orcr a court.• Imm the Worn.: up 10 '4:m411,101k. Ii Ml !Ma !fridge Mete re (fort •roier rill Ile+ a II•e t r T. F .1. N. nortl as Anrter nod and 31r U. F. Winter tuck the Onus.
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
INDEX TO CONTENTS.

INDEX TO CONTENTS.

Answaas TO luinses.-Eyre Fencing in England ; Fencing Question; Chides Edward Mathews; The Royal Show at Derby; Turf Controversies; ho Climbing Accident in New Zealand; Cuckoo- Spit; Iteafforrstation; The ional C iuncil for the Exploration of the Sea; 'Elie Pointe d'Arrit ; Geog
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
A STOLEN EVENING.

A STOLEN EVENING.

T _ HE ANGLER STEALS many a space of time in the course of his career, daya, weeks, even months being registered among his unlawful perquisites. All are sweet, but perhaps sweetest of all is the evening stolen after the beat of a summer's day passed in the hum and toil of London
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 107.—June 30, 1906.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 107.—June 30, 1906.

M .T. Merlin (3rd). Baron R. Goorgand MY& ; Mr 0. P. Roth (tn.l).:Nlyds ; 'apt. (211 d). - .. 1)E ES, value 1150; entrance L 3; 44 subs. 31 Mr V. Barker (divided L 13 . -4 2 1 Mr Greig ;ditto) 26 lion. F. Thelhaison (third prise, Ll 5) lllllllllO 261 Mr Joan 21 11r Newtown......
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
PS NEWSPAPEIt.

PS NEWSPAPEIt.

roan. Lord Calthorpe's white bull Elvetham Monarch was absent owing to an accident, so that a renewal of his combats with Sir R. Cooper's bull had again to be deferred. The two-year-old buds were unusually numerous, no fewer than fifty-aix having been catalogued. Cumidering the
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
is S moor—

is S moor—

S moor— A. Haley c and b !Janis 34 IL D. Holden run nut 0 C. Pickwo.4l 0.4 out II 11. W. Evene b l'hackreh H. laver b .......... de. ..118 Total &mom • A. N. Hooper ant oat .......... 15 It. N. Rowbotham w b Ricketts A. D. Rall not out. ti Byes dc. Total I. Thackrnh did not bat !
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
ROSS 227 & 228, HIGH STREET, EXETER; 3 &33, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON, w, Clerical, Naval, & Military Tailors & Outfitters.

ROSS 227 & 228, HIGH STREET, EXETER; 3 &33, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON, w, Clerical, Naval, & Military Tailors & Outfitters.

ROSS 227 & 228, HIGH STREET, EXETER; 3 &33, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON, Clerical, Naval, & Military Tailors & Outfitters. FOR THE SUMMER SEASON. NEW 731EIBIGIWO. " " (for gentlemen), unit both 111. P. (dolor Protection) Collars turned down. . 4 I . "Rovut" Ooat, thwelvearter.l. .• •
June 30, 1906 - Field - London, London, England