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BROMLEY. WESTMORELAND - ROAD. WYN- Bsßo.—This charming VILLA RESIDENCE is situate within one minute of Bromley station, from which there

BROMLEY. WESTMORELAND - ROAD. WYN- Bsßo.—This charming VILLA RESIDENCE is situate within one minute of Bromley station, from which there

is a frequent train *ern% to the City and Victoria: there Is a *patio= garden in rear. including tennis lawn. Accommodation: three reception rooms, nonearvatom eight bed rooms, dowsing room, bath room (h. and c.I. domestic offices on ground door. Rent £7O per annum. — Apply Mr F
August 24, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
RAG iamrs.

RAG iamrs.

HINTS TO PLAYERS.—T. IN THE CASE OF MANY BALL GAMES, much has been written concerning the beat methods of play, the separate strokes and their value, and kindred subjects, but with rackets this is not so. Year by year in the Public Schools Champ:onship and in ordinary games one
February 23, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
N O NE MODERN ET. ARTISTIC ARTISTIC BUNGALOWS & OTHER STRUCTURES. I Constructed of Wood, Iron, or other Materials. fides

N O NE MODERN ET. ARTISTIC ARTISTIC BUNGALOWS & OTHER STRUCTURES. I Constructed of Wood, Iron, or other Materials. fides

romped in any part of the country. STAMM, LOOSE BOXES, ILLUSTRATED OATALOGUSS FRS& Special Designs and Competitive Estimates free on receipt of particulars of requirements. BROWSE & LILLY LTD., FOSNEY WORKS. RTADINO.
August 31, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
RED DEER OF EXMOOR.

RED DEER OF EXMOOR.

With Notes on those who Hunted them, ROBERT D'AUBERVILLE, 1070. to ROBERT ARTHUR SANDERS, 1906. AROHIB:A.LD HAMILTON. (" CINQFOIL.I Preface by •Lord Fortescue.
August 31, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
Denny Bvo., 10s. Bd.. by post, 111. THE

Denny Bvo., 10s. Bd.. by post, 111. THE

ART OF WILDFOWLINO. ABEL CHAPMAN, F.Z.S.. Member of the British Ornithologists' Union, Author o "Bird-Life of the Bordera, ' Joint Author "Wild Spain." With Thirty-Six illustrations by the Author and Three by Charles Wbymper. ESSAYS ON SPORT AND NATURAL HISTORY. By J.. E. HARTIN
August 31, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
-- I : .. • GUILD TAILORS saro .

-- I : .. • GUILD TAILORS saro .

August 31, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE REAL HARRIS TWEED. O Superb sod, and Lave arrangements to receive Weekly Consignments of these Renowned Goods in the

THE REAL HARRIS TWEED. O Superb sod, and Lave arrangements to receive Weekly Consignments of these Renowned Goods in the

most Select Shades and Original Designs. The CHAR of this Xaterial is quite Ancoptional, being Hand-loom Woven with Homespun Yarns. Another Special Feature is that the Wool is all Dyed with Natural Vegetable Products gathered in the Island. This Tweed well deserves the title " H
August 31, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
ALDRIDGE'S.-COACH HORSE SALES ALDRIDGE'S. Bt. Martin's-lane, London. Beason 1907. Horses. Wedneaday, Sept. The Venture, London and Windsor. Wednesday, , The

ALDRIDGE'S.-COACH HORSE SALES ALDRIDGE'S. Bt. Martin's-lane, London. Beason 1907. Horses. Wedneaday, Sept. The Venture, London and Windsor. Wednesday, , The

Perseverance, London and Dorking 33 Wednesday, Oct, Th e London and EPoom and Eastbourne and Brighton . 4l Wednesday. Oct. 16. The Royal Blue, Bournemouth. Catalogues forwarded in due cow and B. application W.FREEMAN.
August 31, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
PUGS AND Toy SPANIET.S.

PUGS AND Toy SPANIET.S.

There were well-filled classes of pugs, but most of the winners were well known. In fawn dogs Miss Burnett's Master Jasper secured the championship for dogs, defeating Miss Little's Coggles of Btroushalt and Mrs Wright's KlUarney, while in fawn bitches Mrs Currie's Sylvia (who i
October 26, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
TELESCOPIC SIGHTS. gra,—Your correspondent "Bodes" has not been fcctunato th e matter of telescopic sight* for rifles. Re describes two

TELESCOPIC SIGHTS. gra,—Your correspondent "Bodes" has not been fcctunato th e matter of telescopic sight* for rifles. Re describes two

on which his experience as been founded,nnd justly condemnsthem as imperfectly .designed. Before awaiting a reply ho proceeds to lay down Ma views as to what should be the "requirements" for real effiowncy. With some of these I agree; from others I am obliged to differ, for they
October 26, 1907 - Field - London, London, England