ANGLING, ON DRIFFIELD BECK. WHEN, A FEW WEEKS AGO, a friend, who is a member of that most select of fishing chits which preserves and cherishes the Driffield Hick, e.sked we to join him in a few days' fishing on the water, I was in no sort cf houbt ay to my answer. Everything th
HOLT LOCK SAILING CLUB. JULY 21. Tan weekend racing on the Clyde in charge of the Holy Loch P. 0., whops programme consisted of six matches sailed from Bunter's Quay. This club is one of the most active and enterprising on the Firth. It is established principally for the encoura
Wl= YACHT CLV). JULY 23. Tunas has been some unfavourable weather at Calshot Castle this MINIM but all was atoned for by the splendid conditions which prevailed for the fifth regatta of this club in the Solent claws. Although there was a fierce sun, yet the heat was tempered by
the lath, and it is probable the otter was lying out of mark in the strong holding below Preston Kirk. This always seems a difficult place to led, as tie water is very and dark and shade(i. However, there was another good line further up, and on reaching the big drain front the
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Bpas 14 4 n b 2 Total Blytbe.. . 17.3... 1 ... 1 Manua ~ 17 ... .. 3 Fieldcr bowled two no 3 If 31 31 30 CHISWICK PARK v. PLATED at Ch 'wick Park t n Jul) SO. S. CA/11511 Tsui. N. Capt. McCanlbh Errs . 11 E. (lei Lim a A. C. b Chattell 51 Copt ('. E. Wihten b A. C. }lnnis 48 R.