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PR(ISSMECOriIigACNUDL).A RS ZEISS, GOERZ,', ROSS , In perfect con, . dition at greatly I reduced pricea. l CLARKSONS,I IMO, High

PR(ISSMECOriIigACNUDL).A RS ZEISS, GOERZ,', ROSS , In perfect con, . dition at greatly I reduced pricea. l CLARKSONS,I IMO, High

Holborn, W.C. Grit? / :t i rn i n t - 6 rd.) l 109, inotOrls St. and Navy%tnrea)l
February 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
LITCHFIELD, GALE, and LLOYD. AGENTS for SPORTING ESTATES, 3. Adineeon-street, Piccadilly. VI Telephone. Mayfair 4.5 en.

LITCHFIELD, GALE, and LLOYD. AGENTS for SPORTING ESTATES, 3. Adineeon-street, Piccadilly. VI Telephone. Mayfair 4.5 en.

LITCHFIELD, GALE, and LLOYD. AGENTS for SPORTING ESTATES, 3. Adineeon-street, Piccadilly. Telephone. Mayfair E.td. 1£39. SUITABLE FOR TING EVONSHIRE (near coast).—For SALE, exceedingly attractive RESIDENTIAL and SPORT INN ESTATE or 1250 ACRES, in ring fence, with well. Paced game
June 5, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
1600 ACRES OF SHOOTING. OLD MANOR HOUSE. VT.I.LTS (Great Western main line, two hours Paddington; in pleasant country, Hoft. 111)1—Charming

1600 ACRES OF SHOOTING. OLD MANOR HOUSE. VT.I.LTS (Great Western main line, two hours Paddington; in pleasant country, Hoft. 111)1—Charming

COUNTRY SEAT; four reception. eighteen bed rooms, three bath rooms; stabling for six; light mil; good mined shooting over the estate; old-world grounds. To LET. Unfurnished.—Apply and Co., as above. (5306.)
June 5, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
TELESCOPE SIGHTS

TELESCOPE SIGHTS

A SPECIALITY. N.B. Change ofAddress:
June 5, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
P. & 0 COMPANY'S INDIA, CHINA,. AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICES.

P. & 0 COMPANY'S INDIA, CHINA,. AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICES.

June 5, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
YACHTING & BOATING MONTHLY

YACHTING & BOATING MONTHLY

JUNE. Now on Sale everywhere. Portrait Study : Mr Arthur UnderhW, LLD To Russia in a Timber Ship (Illustrated). By J. R. Bagshawe. R.B.A. Whitsuntide at Hole Haven (Illustrated). By Charles Pears Frank Mason. R.8.A., Painter and Shipman (Illustrated). By A. E. Johnson. How to Bu
June 5, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
ROWING.

ROWING.

FIXTURES. 9, and three following days.-May Races, Cambridge Monday and Tuesday, Jame 14 and 15.-Boyne Regatta Thursday, Jaw 17.-41hrewsbury School r, Bedford Grammar School, at Bedford Saturday, Jana 19.-Walton Regatta Wednesday and Thursday, June n and !1.-Dublin Un'yersity Reg
June 5, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 113.—June 5, 1909.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 113.—June 5, 1909.

THE FINE LINE IN FISHIN4. WHEN THE SEA FISHERMAN is paternostering for fiat fishes, codlings, or whitings, a sort of fishing whichapart from the hope of prizes of another kind—has elements of usefulness from the culinary point of view, his first object is to get his baits to the
June 5, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
PEDIITIVI FISHING AND FISH HOOKS.

PEDIITIVI FISHING AND FISH HOOKS.

MOST FISHERMEN will be interested in the exhibit of the Royal Anthropological Institute at the Imperial International Exhibition this year, or at least in that portion of it which illustrates some of the methods by which primitive man levied his toll upon the denizens of the sea
June 5, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
Ms D. RBODIS Sinvnia.

Ms D. RBODIS Sinvnia.

ruttier and Corlield and Mr Gurney and trs Crenside. Mrs RllOlllll 81111 0111 ICI Jackson and Miss Espeut in the Ladies' Donhie Handicap, shilo Mr Mewburu, the lion. secretary to the Lawn Tennis Association, carried off the Veterans' Minato Handicap and Messrs Homidge and Willia
June 5, 1909 - Field - London, London, England