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FOREIGN SPORT, COLONIAL =TATE& [See also page ell] ' A. LUMLEY and DOWELL'S i s ORWEGIAN ANGLINGS. 10 June 30.—UNDAL

FOREIGN SPORT, COLONIAL =TATE& [See also page ell] ' A. LUMLEY and DOWELL'S i s ORWEGIAN ANGLINGS. 10 June 30.—UNDAL

RIVER; last season 163 salmon and grilse caught same period: tam. "UNE-JULY.--GuIa.—BONAES BEAT; very sporting section; farmhouse, UNE-JULY. STJORDAL RIVER BEAT, yielding heavy catches; good farmhouse. "UNE to Auguat s.—Sundal.--GRAVEM BEAT; farm. "UNE 1 to July 13.—RAGE BEAT, G
May 4, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
4, 1907. —No. 2836. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

4, 1907. —No. 2836. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

May 4, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
PHEASANTS' 6000 BIROS EGGS PENNED.

PHEASANTS' 6000 BIROS EGGS PENNED.

Chinese are strongly recommended. Also Crossed Mongolians. Egg prn.l.lml in or CAPT. W. FREEMAN, The Manor House. Beckford, Tewkesbury. Thornton Dale, Pickering, Yorks, and Ishwell Thorpe, Norwiek, Aosociate of the Game Ottitil awl ts'orfolk and Ponehino l'rerention Societe?, or
May 4, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
CAME

CAME

GAME, POULTRY, &c. PHEASANTS' EGGS froe bra, pena, moved twine weekly on to fresh pasture • speciality. Mao Slack.eekeil and Special tor orders of orders even epeeial attention. Sato per guaranteed. NOW Iit.oXING ORDERS. For prime, /Lc, appli EDEN RICHARDSON, above, Animist* Gam
May 4, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
HARDY'S RODS

HARDY'S RODS

CANE BUILTwEarIIoraWTROX OREENHEART RODS. Th. "FIELD," .June, I t is to llessrs Hardy we owe the supremacy we have achieved as rodmakers. They have left all competitors hopelessly behind."
May 4, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE OLD COACHING DAYS.

THE OLD COACHING DAYS.

A FEW YEARS AGO the lover of four-in-hand driving at this season took care to make himself acquainted with the various coaches which were to be put on the roads leading in and out of London during the summer season; hut to-day the number has almost sunk to zero, for other times
May 4, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
May 4, 1907.—N0. 2836. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G: BURNET COUNTY C.C. THE LATE REV. W. H. BEALE

May 4, 1907.—N0. 2836. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G: BURNET COUNTY C.C. THE LATE REV. W. H. BEALE

of the members of the Harms' eleven of 1818, Mr Heide died last week at Brighum In his forty-eighth year. In his only match against Eton he scored nought and twenty-live, and as he caught C. T. Studd in the second innings when he had made aver fifty ho may be said to have had a
May 4, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

appeared once in the same match, when for Find Two'Ne he Mini' thirty-five and took 011 e wirket for I hirl y-t o. Ilia only appearance iast season wax when he p tor I tie I'M% ersay against W. G. Grace's team, scoring two four, so that in the cour,e of tour years he ling on'y i
May 4, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
Tins is the second volume on the butterflies of the series of works on the British Indian fauna. It Is

Tins is the second volume on the butterflies of the series of works on the British Indian fauna. It Is

uniform with Vol. L, and gives descriptive accounts of three families, the Papilioniche iswallowtailst, the Pieridir (whites), and five sub-families of the Lycamidas (blues). In the classification of the different genera of the Papiliontdie the author has followed the arrangemen
May 4, 1907 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

told me in Hoorn I could rely on no bed there either. In the summer it were different. Then it might, though it does not, sic for the charm of its level sands with such places as Scheveningen and Zandroort on the North Holland coast; it has at least some sort of accommodation th
May 4, 1907 - Field - London, London, England