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DODDWUALL DAISY beat THE FLEA.

DODDWUALL DAISY beat THE FLEA.

HODCOTT OPEN STAKES, for all ages who have never won more than two courses in any stake ; members V. se, non-members Et. 10s. each; winner LT, second £3 ; 6 subs. Mr J. Eighteen's w bk d Easton, Mr 3. H. Lawrence's bd d Langimhs (I. Sensitive), by Grampus beat best stow Perry, b
December 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
Dec. 8. 1908.—N0. 2919. THE FLELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEW SPAPER.

Dec. 8. 1908.—N0. 2919. THE FLELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEW SPAPER.

Dec. 1908.—N0. 2919. THE FLELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEW SPAPER. Atriehoseris platypllyna, locally known u tobacco plant, are rolled into cigars and smoked. Perhaps the most important statement in the article is ens relating to the smoking of wild tobacco. This is practised by
December 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. vol. 112.—Dec. 3.1900`

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. vol. 112.—Dec. 3.1900`

ineton Bobs, Denne Diamond and Views* and Neasham Ranger. The ground at Widford, where we were all the morning. was ideal for the purpose, and there was really too much game, especially pheatuints. Capital work was seen in the rough covert and brambles with which that part of th
December 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
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December 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G:

interests in the existing A elsas, it irss carried without opposition, sad roads follows: Te subirtitele for the present A clam, rule X. 27: The A. dam canoe shall be sharp at each end. Length shall ant nosed lett. Beam not over Mt. Depth outside Dom lop of avk at middle line to
December 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE 001111 TRY 0

THE FIELD, THE 001111 TRY 0

TI! •001 YOWL AID AMITY. IMRE IS NO DOUBT WHATEVER that the To= Ann Anon Mouth) pack ate doing well this season. On Thursday in last week they met on the farthest outposts of their country. Clagodby Hall, when the Decoy did not bold • fox, but just outside they picked one up, wh
December 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER. TEI NEW FOREST HOUNDS.

NEWSPAPER. TEI NEW FOREST HOUNDS.

Ow Saturday these bounds had one of those good moorland gallops which are always so much enjoyed by their followers. The meet was at Burley Lawn, a pretty spot just outside Burley village, where the New Forest ponies are eo fond of feeding en the verdant grass which abounds ther
December 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE MEATH.

THE MEATH.

Poetusz, in the questionable shape of grand scent, smiled briefly on this pack on the 26th, the meet being at Colonel Stuart's Irish seat Dowestown, near Woven. It was a lovely morning, balmy and clear, with a nice little crispness in the air, replacing the dull heat to which pe
December 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE HILDABE HOUNDS.

THE HILDABE HOUNDS.

Tux week, which began well at Kildare, finished brilliantly with a good day's sport on the 26th and a red-letter day on Saturday, perhaps of as high an order as one will have the pleasure of chronicling again this Beason. On the former day the meet was at Grange Cor, which was b
December 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England
 
Dec. 5, 1908.- Nt'. 29191

Dec. 5, 1908.- Nt'. 29191

December 5, 1908 - Field - London, London, England