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, B. Burns, W. E. C. Hutch in" Bowler, ukrodgcr, Burruwa, and Wilson. OXFORD lIIIVZISITY v. EVELYN& PLATBD at Hillintdon on Weduewtay. Seore: Ottoan lit inn. W. H. Died 1 b w b Richards C. A. I. Payne b Ilurrough ... n. 4 out 2 C. G. Farmer run out A. 0. Snowdon b Richards I at
July 14, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
11 . SPIPt1L. Vol. 108.—July 14, IMb. SHOOTING. GROUSE PROSPECTS. SCOTLAND. THE LATEST REPORTS from the moors encourage the hope

11 . SPIPt1L. Vol. 108.—July 14, IMb. SHOOTING. GROUSE PROSPECTS. SCOTLAND. THE LATEST REPORTS from the moors encourage the hope

that., nonwithstanding the unfavourable weather which prevailed in May by reason of late frosts and subsequent heavy rain, the coming groure season will be a fairly good cne. On many moors a sufficiently good breeding stock was left at the end of last season, and the winter havi
July 14, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
SPREAD OF PHEASANT DISEASE.

SPREAD OF PHEASANT DISEASE.

Ws sinoerely regret to announce that we are receiving daily numbers of pheasant.. affected with the prevalent incurable disease. The old birds, as well as the young, are in many ores aeverely affected, and the disease has extended to the farmyard hens which are employed to rear
July 14, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE WELD, TILE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER,. dried 1016 E,l,lion. in Super Royal 800. Icily wore Mai, 100 large Folding Plates.

THE WELD, TILE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER,. dried 1016 E,l,lion. in Super Royal 800. Icily wore Mai, 100 large Folding Plates.

Price ss. net. Your Holidays. The MOST UNTO-DATE GUIDE for TRAVELLERS. Before making your arrangement for Holiday Tours consult The Greatly Enlarged Edition FOR, 1906 The "Queen" Newspaper
July 14, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
SPORTING DIVISION

SPORTING DIVISION

OF THE
July 14, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
HORSES FOE SALE.

HORSES FOE SALE.

Norms Tele sA LDA b y e 4l Slu ee tii4cONTINURD for tins season. -- dates y Monday. TATTERSALL will SELL by AUCTION, at Knightsbridge. London, on Monday, July tho property or Lord Burton, ISELGRAVE, dark brown gelding, 14.2: quiet la double and single harness 4 mum". TATTERSALLw
July 14, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
Printed sad Publkbed aniebreal. wr ire=l, intan's Maw..

Printed sad Publkbed aniebreal. wr ire=l, intan's Maw..

Printed sad aniebreal. w r i r e = l, intan's Maw.. , mesa - WILKINSON & KIDD, SUM & HARNESS KERB, zB7ABUBNED 1780. EzeiarD AID OOLOYIII THE "KEITH FRASER SADDLE" Austrian Tres. TM best silvered e vet istredsosd Minters eel purposes. IUTTA PERCHA KICKING RICA Prevents /Komi Wokin
July 14, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
GRAFTON HUNT preferred.—WANTED to PURCHASE. a really nice moderate-sized ESTATE, extending to any area up to RCM or more if

GRAFTON HUNT preferred.—WANTED to PURCHASE. a really nice moderate-sized ESTATE, extending to any area up to RCM or more if

let and rent producing; a good Residence. containing about fifteen bed and dressing rooms (more or less), with usual reception rooms and offices; stabling for ten or more horses. A similar estate in Bucks would suit providing the situation for bunting is good.—Particulars to "Hu
July 14, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 108.—July 14, 1906.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 108.—July 14, 1906.

A I ESSRS N and LEE, 111, Mouatetreet. Gramenor square. London, ?elegem@ No. 3645 Gerrard. "Walton's. London." (in a high and rural situation, with extensive views, only a mile from a station within easy reach of yacht anchorage. and forty-eve minutes from the City).—To LET, Unf
July 14, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
WINTIIORPE If ALL ESTATE

WINTIIORPE If ALL ESTATE

embraces an area of . about 600 news. and comprises a noble ly residenee occupying a delichtliil sitnation on the outskirte of the picturesque village of Winthorle, and commanding eharming views ores a wide expanse of yeantry,with own parklands end the River Trent in the foregro
July 14, 1906 - Field - London, London, England