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ONE-TRIOSER EJECTOR GUN,

ONE-TRIOSER EJECTOR GUN,

HAND - DETACHABLE LOCKS NU SCREW TO TURN NUR PIN TO DRA'' The illustration above shows the Westley Richards gun with the cover plate removed by hand from the action and the ease with which the locks can be reached. After the wettest day all you have to do is to lift out the lock
April 13, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
PRISM CLASSES.

PRISM CLASSES.

Large Object Glasses. Rigid Body. IRIS DIAPHRAGMS. Mc& entirely in our own Works in London. MORE LIGHT THAN ANY OTHER. Number Indicates Itagnification. Binocular. No. 12 47 10 0 No. 16 lO 0 No. 20. No. 25. With Central FOCUSSING NOTION, LI extra earth slava. MONOCULAR (Single Tu
April 13, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
ANGLER'S DIARY TOURIST FISHERMAN'S GAZETTEER for 1907,

ANGLER'S DIARY TOURIST FISHERMAN'S GAZETTEER for 1907,

Containing a Record of the Rivers and Lakes of the World, to which is added • List of Rivers of Great Britain with their nearest Railway Stations. Also Forms for Registering the Fish taken during the year, as well as the Time of the Close Seasons and Angling Licences.
April 13, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
If. C. T —The London Sporting Park, Crlcklewood, N.W. Igoe team.- -A little book ou the subject by Mr Alinglon,

If. C. T —The London Sporting Park, Crlcklewood, N.W. Igoe team.- -A little book ou the subject by Mr Alinglon,

published by Murray, price 54. Lax— (1) • The partridge season in Carina y is from Sept. 1 to Ow. 1. (2) The foruardners of the birds on the opening day depends, as in England, on the weather cond It ions, favourable or otherwise, during the previous period. E. K.—Mr J. 11. Stew
April 13, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY if KING JANES VI. LC.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY if KING JANES VI. LC.

Tea spring mooting wee held on the Moncreiffe bland course on Saturday, when the Imrie cup (scratch) was won at 79 by G. M. Somerville, the Puller. inkstand by A. Smith with 81-6=75. and the Kinnard cup by K. Mackay With 82-6=76. The usual handicap sweepstake competition resulte
April 13, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
A. H. Belcher 9B 14 = 84 Major Stocker 92 8 = 84 F. C. Mercer Col. Scott lO4 18

A. H. Belcher 9B 14 = 84 Major Stocker 92 8 = 84 F. C. Mercer Col. Scott lO4 18

= 86 J. M. Miles H. V. Jones 95 8 = 87 Capt. Fairlie, RN lO4 16 = A. Howell 9B 10 = 811 J. F.lliott C. G. Sagden lOl 1° = 89 J. Bertram College shield : Major M. lone' Col. Stewart 9l 15 82 H. P. H. Spenoer ...... !Dept. firee C. Mercer B6 2 . 84 Cspt. Trotman & Har rise n 94 10
April 13, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
SOUTH DORSET ROUNDS.

SOUTH DORSET ROUNDS.

ON Saturday at Pokeswell tho South Dorset had a long draw before finding, and it was not until they reached Owertrioigno that a fox could be found. Here in a gorse close to Mr Bond's house a brace was loon atoot, hounds racing through Mr Bond'a fir plantation and out over the bo
April 13, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
CHAMP D'OR AND NAIROBL

CHAMP D'OR AND NAIROBL

Next week the Craven Meeting will introduce racing at Newmarket for the present season ; and on Tuesday Beckhampton'e Pride may win the Long Course Selling Plate and Ulalume has rather a taking appearance In the Crawfurd Stakes. The Visitors' Plate may go to Komombos or Tacitan
April 13, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
Apollo IV. for two miles, when Cheap Jack drew to the front, but fell three fences from home. Remounted quickly,

Apollo IV. for two miles, when Cheap Jack drew to the front, but fell three fences from home. Remounted quickly,

Chem) Jack soon caught the three horses in front, won by ten lengths; a length and a half between second and third; Apollo IV. fell, and Fortune, pulling up, was shot the post. for second place. SELLING NTEEPLECIIASE PLATE of 50 sots ; n miles. Lord Essex's b g Dirkhamplon. by D
April 13, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
PROTECTION OF NESTS FROM ROOKS.

PROTECTION OF NESTS FROM ROOKS.

Snit,—ln reply to N. B.'s inquiry, the usual method of protect. ing nests of partridges from winged vermin is to put a cover above the nest, always leaving sufficient room for the bird to go on or off the nest. This should be done, if possible, as soon as the bird commences to l
April 13, 1907 - Field - London, London, England