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Vol. 108.-04. 90, 1905. A CASUAL SPORTSMAN. LY NOTICEABLE of late it the vent. On some mornings it has while

Vol. 108.-04. 90, 1905. A CASUAL SPORTSMAN. LY NOTICEABLE of late it the vent. On some mornings it has while

at tini:•s there has not been rte necessary, and bounds havo I. And yet the weather has been nd drier atmosphere than was the has been, except for a few hours, iday of last week—a day which attempted to hunt on account of id the exceeding closeness of the were at Cornsay, and fo
October 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, TIIE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 108.—Oct. 20, 1906. THE ATHEBSTONE. Oxs hears of a satisfactory and enjoyable morning's

THE FIELD, TIIE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 108.—Oct. 20, 1906. THE ATHEBSTONE. Oxs hears of a satisfactory and enjoyable morning's

sport haring been enacted on Friday in last week, when hounds were taken by train to Rugby to hunt the far side of the country. The early hours were devoted to Mr A. James's coverts at Coton House where the pack honestly and successfully bustled the cubs about' ultimately killin
October 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
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October 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
SPORT IN FRANCS.

SPORT IN FRANCS.

SPORT FRANCS. IT WOVLD BE 17SWISE to exaggerate the deplorable scenes which occurred at longeltamps lad Sunday. Theout burst is but the manifestation in a more violent form of the spirit of discontent which the public outside the inclosures leapt to dis- play when the least misha
October 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY, OCT. 18.

THURSDAY, OCT. 18.

WHILE RACING, ON THE ONE HAND, is declared to be on its last legs, we find racecourses constantly adding to their attractions. The morement of the hour is in the direction of the cheapest inctosures, in which one may bet, "Kitty " having each a big finger in the racing pie as to
October 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
OUR HORSE SUPPLY.

OUR HORSE SUPPLY.

Sts,-1 take it that everyone agrees with me in thinking that all. or nearly all, the best half-bred fillies bred over here are bought by agents for foreign countries, and as this has been going on for a great many years, we now and ourselves In the position of having few good ma
October 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

sum and substance of his dissertation Is that the manufacturing industries have been encouraged and developed to the neglect of landed pursuits, and that the time has come fur France. as for other countries, to make an earnest endeavour to alleviate the unhealthy migration and c
October 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
Oct. 20, 1906.—N0. 2808. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Oct. 20, 1906.—N0. 2808. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Europe, and even of northern Africa. within tench of oar home markets. These improcetniiiits in gear have enabled Me area of fishing operations to he extended to what may practically be mauled the natural limits of distrbutton of the more important foodfiihes hitherto drought to
October 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

the day hares were scarce ; consequently It was as well that the programme was rot larger. The trials were of the usual standard, fully testing tho n erits of the greyhounds. In the Peterborough Stakes holm Wood, after being led to a circling hare by Aged Reau, was a little too
October 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
FAIMIT PEI NEETING.—OeT. 16.

FAIMIT PEI NEETING.—OeT. 16.

NEETING.—OeT. 16. I:. W. 04•.rh. T. W. M. 0 Warn. Snip MINI W. Telt,. W. A. Men. It. Mr 11. Clark. Nipper- -W. STAKES. for airy., at £3. 10A. each; winner 7 sub,t. Mr T. Men.on's bk d p F Alecander's d Aged heat F. Bea by Goxeomb—Pienie If. royente %v. 31. U. bk d) Mr F.. W. NI d
October 20, 1906 - Field - London, London, England