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WE give below the times at which the events in the tournament on July 9 and 10, at Shepherd's Bush, will approximately begin with the order in which they will take place. The numbers are those given on the preliminary programme issued by the committee and already commented on In
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SIR,-.I have this morning received a copy of the Importation of Plumage Prohibition Bill (as amended by the Select Committee of the House of Lords). It will be of interest to all anglers to know that clause 5, of which the marginal note is " Saving Provisions," provides, inter o