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JEFFERY'S

JEFFERY'S

GUNS, Al r, &a Price Lists o' tins lid Mos Pat Fria BAR-LOCK HAMMERLESS GUNS N 0.3 Quality, M illustration ... Electors ... 114 Now-eductara- Theme No. S pattern Gana have thoroughly sound and reliable action.. 'The Ejector Mechanism of thalami complicated system obtainable, awl
August 1, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
30-grain charge. 33-grain charge. O LOADED WITH 4 Smokeless Shot-Gun Powders 1 0Wholesale only. can now be obtained from all

30-grain charge. 33-grain charge. O LOADED WITH 4 Smokeless Shot-Gun Powders 1 0Wholesale only. can now be obtained from all

62. LONDON WALL, LONDON, EC. (lunmakers & Ammunition Dealers. N' ( 11 "RED-STAR" ( " F ELIX --- ~ I 42-grain charge. 42-grain charge. 1 11 High-class Cartridges at Popular Prices, LOADED WITH Smoke l Shot-Gun Powd
August 1, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
PRINCE OF WALES, R.Y.S.

PRINCE OF WALES, R.Y.S.

THE JUBILEE RACE OF 1887. Capt. E. du Boulay. THE QUAY AT BLAKENEY. Edward Walker. Illustrated. By Full Page Drawing by THE SAILING MATCHES OF THE LONDON.RIVER BARGES. Page of Drawings by li. If. D. Simmonds. THE RACING IN THE 7-METRE CLASS. Illustrated. By Barbara Hughes. RACIN
August 1, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
Aug. 1.1908.—N0. 2901. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Aug. 1.1908.—N0. 2901. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

TEE KADLOW Y THB COURTESY of Dr Dyer and Mr Shrivel! I had an opportunity last week of inspecting the experiment& which they have been carrying on since 18E14 on Mr Shriven's farm at Golden Green, Hadlow, near Tonbridge. These experiments hare often been described, but only, to
August 1, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
ROEHAMPTON.

ROEHAMPTON.

Closely contested games hare again marked the concluding stages of the season at Roehampton, and there has been every evidence of a reluctance on the part of players to bring the season to a close. Even on Friday in last week there were many to take part in members' games, besid
August 1, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
NORTH DEVON'.

NORTH DEVON'.

NORTH DETON, POUR GOALS; ROW, NORTH DEVON HUSSARS, Otil COAL. the players being—North Deron : Major R. A. Sanders, Mr C. Hinchliff, Mr Lyon Clarke, and Major Lamont (back); Hussars: Capt. Arundel Clarke, Major Bayly, Lient.-CoL Wilson Hoare, and Capt. C. R. Terrot (back). The cl
August 1, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

HAD the casual observer been asked his opinion upon the attendances of the first two days, it would probably have been to the effect that they were under par. As a matter of fact, matters were very much the other way; only Goodwood is one of those courses where visitors are not
August 1, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

lire bens. This system 14 fair alike to the readers and the authors. us II enables the former to appraise the value of the article, and insures for the latter the credit that lw!tings to their work. The eimients are chastilksl In alphabetical Linter. a system whit+ has the advan
August 1, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 112.—Au3. 1. 190.1. GODWIT SHOOTING IN NEW ZEALAND.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 112.—Au3. 1. 190.1. GODWIT SHOOTING IN NEW ZEALAND.

AUCKLAND, AS ALL THE WORLD KNOWS, is built on a narrow isthmus lying between the South Pacific Ocean and that turbulent stretch of water separating New Zealand from Australia. Ten miles or so to the southward this isthmus narrows to a mere strip of low-lying ground. and it is on
August 1, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
SHOOTING NOTES END QUERIES.

SHOOTING NOTES END QUERIES.

• NAMED WOODCOCK.—Referring to my previous letter on the subject of a ring found on the leg of n woodcock shot in Andalusia and rnentione 1 in your Issue of July 13, I have ascertained that the ring in question was placed on a young pigeon in Cardiff in 1901. This bird was lost
August 1, 1908 - Field - London, London, England