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TO RE LET FOR THIS SEASON.

TO RE LET FOR THIS SEASON.

over • sera of camerta: prottc hw a: u es prards wi f t st pb atwwt DU; coverts well placed: same strictly preserved; hotel acoommodation within two miles—Particulan of WALTON and 10. Monnastreek W. 110.900.1 ivtATLOCK BATH. —22030 will PURCHASE a highly attractive FREEHOLD NTRY
October 13, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
HOTELS FOR SPORTSMEN.

HOTELS FOR SPORTSMEN.

IROUT FISHING in Mid-Wales. BOLECOED HOTEL. Llanwrtyd, Weib, the Tbil e:lib Resent: -clani accommodation: finest suite s ulphur baits in any botel; eighteen bole gol links; rabbit warree. Illustrated Guide Book free,—Apply Maaager." g:•TLAND HOIEL . Cashel, Connemara, Ireland.—F
October 13, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
Suitable for all classes of Agricultural work No constant or skilled attendant required. Stat:onary Oil Engine for all ordinary purposes.

Suitable for all classes of Agricultural work No constant or skilled attendant required. Stat:onary Oil Engine for all ordinary purposes.

Small Horizontal Oil Engine, combined with single acting force pump. COST OF WORKING HALF PENNY PER HORSE POWER PER HOUR. POR U3B WITH ROCKLMINT, ROYAL DAY• LICHT. SIMILAR OILS. p to the of 1%1 owl. SLOOP mot enpiuw throe-quarter , of a million actual hone p.m er• and plan, ?..0
October 13, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
ILUMBUS CARRIAGE COMPANY

ILUMBUS CARRIAGE COMPANY

and _ 014: - with CORTLAND WAGON COMPANY. STATION WAGON. of the awful In.untry vehicle.; m'at• Pre tanoe remmat.le work. railway Patent ounce risk.. lamp.. and brake imbibed N.W.V. and leather The Meal of cornea.-
October 13, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
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ianan T • Colnrnbo• ore in style. and 11n,h. is Je and all hough I chi %tare' IN' *ear and tear or the road, Our will Orr can informat'un. OM WE WAKE LIGHT MOTOR BODIES TOO!! THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. a CORTLANO CARRIAGES L° Cv PORTI AND 5' LONDON w • I Bars A
October 13, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
HOKE-BRED SNIPE IN IRELAND.

HOKE-BRED SNIPE IN IRELAND.

Sin. —Many \vane experience of snipe in counties Cork, Kerry, and Waterfora enables me to support the views expr..ssed by B. In his letter of Oct. 6. This year on Sept. and 24 and Oct. 1 I was on three beats, and did not Nee one snipe for every ten I saw on the same ground in Au
October 13, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE PAST HORSE SHOW SEASON.

THE PAST HORSE SHOW SEASON.

TEAT THE POPULARITY OF HORSE SHOWS increases from year to year, that, if the weather be fine, the attendances continue to gain in numbers, and that there is no falling off in the quality of the exhibits, will be generally admitted by those who are in a position to judge of such
October 13, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
Oct. 13, 1906.—N0. 2807. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Oct. 13, 1906.—N0. 2807. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

the introduction of the Llewellin faintly. it was originally formed by an intermingling of the blood of the leading LaYeracks of the day with the strains kept by the late Sir Vincent Corbet and the late Mr T. Stutter, the former represented by Old Slut, the latter by Ptuebe, a d
October 13, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
ROYAL LIVERPOOL O.C.

ROYAL LIVERPOOL O.C.

nev. 3.—The autumn meeting commented on this day in capital weather, there being hardly any wind. The full mum., which was In good order, was played, and members competed. The principal scratch medal, the Ism* cup, wan won by Mr J. Ball with the capital return of 71, made uas fo
October 13, 1906 - Field - London, London, England
 
NOTES AND QUERIES ON NATURAL HISTORY.

NOTES AND QUERIES ON NATURAL HISTORY.

LATE STAY OP TEE WILLOW WREN. -it may 1w worth noting that 1 Raw a willow wren here as late an t tet. 2.—W. 11. I tAwsoN (Ilarrogate). FOOD OF inuir.-In reply to "Stanialatter's" remarks on the food of this hawk. questioning the correctness of my statements in connevtion with it
October 13, 1906 - Field - London, London, England