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December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
FIELD TRIALS AND DOG SHOWS.

FIELD TRIALS AND DOG SHOWS.

THE FACT that several important shows were abandoned in 1908 because of the lack of entries gave rise to the belief in some quarters that interest in dog shows generally was on the decline, but as this year nearly 200 more shows have been held than was the case in 1908 it is pro
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
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December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
/Ovoid. of the Year.

/Ovoid. of the Year.

An aeronautical exhibition was held in London in Mao li, but it was very poor in comparison with the first great aeronautical salon held in Paris at the close of 1908. From July to October a very comprehensive exhibition was held :it Frankfort-on-Main. and from Sept. 25 to Oct.
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SEASON.

THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SEASON.

AS FAR AS THE BAD WEATHER of last summer perm itted. a fairly high estimate of school (Ticket could he formed from the performances of many of the best elevens. Unfortunately, rain robbed the Eton and Harrow match of a climax after the bowlers on both sides had brought about a m
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THERE IS AM' N EV II every side of ;in reasot activity and enterprise in hart icult tire. both industrial

THERE IS AM' N EV II every side of ;in reasot activity and enterprise in hart icult tire. both industrial

and testlietic. The her and crowded haracter of our plant and flower exhibitions. the strength of rho various societies devoted to hortit ulture. and the demand for garden produce of all kinds are indications of an enthusiasm whit sakes for development and prosperity. The land p
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE BLANKNET HOUNDS.

THE BLANKNET HOUNDS.

MONDAY'S sport was carried on from Longhills, the residence of Mr Eustace A. Smith. A fox found in his grounds was an obstinate customer, and it was some time before he would face the open. Even when he did so he merely contented himself by running for a few fields towards Giles
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER. ATHLETIC SPORTS. OXFORD UNIVERSITY. Pembroke College. UN/AVM:RAILS conditions prevailed on Monday, but several interesting cuniesne were provided. Chief amongst

NEWSPAPER. ATHLETIC SPORTS. OXFORD UNIVERSITY. Pembroke College. UN/AVM:RAILS conditions prevailed on Monday, but several interesting cuniesne were provided. Chief amongst

iheni was the performance of the public schools champion Shepherd, in the hundred,. whilst the longer race. Taylor and Knight both displayed capital form. the strangers 600 yards handicap only brought halt a dozen to the post, and the hurdle Blue, G. R. L. Anderson, followed up
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
CROSS-COUNTRY. Oxford University Ears and Hounds v. Oxford Zonate Essriers, Ox Saturday the University concluded the term's engagements. Rain fell

CROSS-COUNTRY. Oxford University Ears and Hounds v. Oxford Zonate Essriers, Ox Saturday the University concluded the term's engagements. Rain fell

heavily, and the going was in a somewhat unsatisfactory condition. Messrs J. F. Worsky (31agdaienl, A. W. Clewes (Magdalen). and G. C. Rolemn (New College) laid the trail, and for the first half mile the two pecks kept claso order. On swing the old Dullingdon ground Taylor, the
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
BUB-TARGET.

BUB-TARGET.

CHRONOGRAPH LAST week's article concluded with the suggestion that the transmission of tho motion of the firing pin to the little target used for registering tho aim taken, necessarily occupied a much longer period of time than is required for the expulsion of the bullet of an o
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England