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MOLE 3 IT THE GARDEN.—A mole working In loose earth In a flower bed H iery hard to catch in a trap, bat may very easily be shot by firing direct clown, not sidewaya, whre the Is seen to heave. A mole may generally be caught heaving between 5 and 7 p.m.—C. S. W. AI ZRICAIf WIED.—
THE I.C.C. CHALLENGE PRIZES. Is the penultimate round of the above competition tin which Mr W. 11. Cazalet was the bye) Major Cooper-Key defeated Mr C. E. Tatham by 3 sets to 0, the first two being love-sete. The final round in the preliminary ties was played on Saturday lan, Ju
KENT. The puppy chow In connection with this hunt was held at the kennel.. Nfonl. on Monday, the judges being Mr W. M. Wrougblon. Master of the Woodland Pytehky. and Mr C. McNeil, late Master of the North Chlitwo'sd. The entry consisted of seven couples of hitches and eight coupl