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ACORNS AS A ROOD FOR STOCK.

ACORNS AS A ROOD FOR STOCK.

As vita season when acorns aro strewn thick on the ground is again approaching the question of their feeding value assumes immediate importance. Fanners on whose holdings oak trees abound arc aware that all kinds of lave stock cat acorns, though some, notably sheep and pigs, con
September 12, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
PIICINTACII CONTENT! OF Till DOT MATTIS.

PIICINTACII CONTENT! OF Till DOT MATTIS.

A. . ' i 8.4 A . 4 c Foe thhtle (Solids. dereent.) 2 114 417 088 218 1415 Corn flower Cr/ignores cassias) Spurn 7 (Spergria armlets) Wll,l radial& (Mishears septa- r, m) .. l'cl sitar's, or redshani . (Ma govull persearia) Yarrow (Achilles nal/efelisso) Average of all weeds-- 21
September 12, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
► Skiiit; Vol. 11.2.—dept. 14 1908,

► Skiiit; Vol. 11.2.—dept. 14 1908,

► Skii i t; Vol. 11 . 2.—dept. 14 1908, by the bulky objects carried by slow-moving carte, d angerous this is to quicker vehicles is obvious, and yet we ha ve the extraordinary anomaly of only the speediest clams bei ng enni . pelted to carry rear lights' in spite of the fact tha
September 12, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
HAMPTONS DELIVER FREE BY MOTOR VAN OR RAIL

HAMPTONS DELIVER FREE BY MOTOR VAN OR RAIL

September 12, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE LATE WILMA' DAY.

THE LATE WILMA' DAY.

IT IS REDOLENT OF OLD TIMES that William Day's early experiences should synchronise with one, if not two, of "The Druid's" books, for the veteran trainer had passed his eighty-fifth year. He died at Southampton last Saturday, after a long illness. Bred and born in a racing stabl
September 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
other e 3 official&

other e 3 official&

It is probable that legislation of a simple kind would be necessary In order to prevent the exportation of horses earmarked for army purposes, and if this were put through there would be no difficulty in keeping every horse bred or subsidised under the grant in this country. The
September 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
/It%l. ■OI'SD. E. B. Mica Leal J. " atone.- 6,3. 4/6. 416. 6/3. 6/3. 'Amu' &mars (Worresienhiro Championship).

/It%l. ■OI'SD. E. B. Mica Leal J. " atone.- 6,3. 4/6. 416. 6/3. 6/3. 'Amu' &mars (Worresienhiro Championship).

/It%l. ■OI'SD. E. B. Mica Leal J. " atone. - 6,3. 4 / 6 . 416. 6/3. 6/3. 'Amu' &mar s (Worresienhiro Championship). Mlse W. A. tonahurat brat r ill; J. M. Grow. 6:2. 6:1 R. Ilaater.ley-Smith a bye: Mrs Pilkinittun retired alio , * E. M. 'larva beat Mrs Wlliama-Vanglian, 7/5, 6/3
September 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
BOOKS 07 Til I,IIIZ.

BOOKS 07 Til I,IIIZ.

07 Colour Pllselyropillpand •ThorliZrotanoloporie toot Canna Special summer number. London : Tao Suds. 1901 Price fa let. Magnates oilteal ---- 11Ster. 14ouU;;;;;•. Cope TOwn 710washead Tutor, and SnishalL Pries Is. 0/ystpie Gaines of London 1904. London: The Sporting Life. peke
September 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. VoL 112.—Sept. 5, 1906. LAU AUGUR ON TEN VIVRE!. I.—ON ms Shoal or Twnvo.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. VoL 112.—Sept. 5, 1906. LAU AUGUR ON TEN VIVRE!. I.—ON ms Shoal or Twnvo.

RAIN HAD BEEN BADLY WANTED on the lichen for some time, tut Sunday, Aug. 23, had teen a day of rain, drenching and continuous from dawn, and it had been quite impouilie to discover whether or not the eve had been dewy. Moreover, during the week there bad been more than one spell
September 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England