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THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Feb. 27, 1909.—N0. 2931. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS AND strzscmsn& All communications intended for the Editorial Department should, in order to prevent delay, be addressed to "The Editor of the FIELD, Windsor House, Breams Buildings, E.C.," and not to any person by name. Any contr
February 27, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
TRAVEL.

TRAVEL.

A. C. O.—(1) The Channel Wands end Western Normandy. by 0. B. Black, price 2s. 6d . (A. and C. Blackl. (2) We should preer Jersey. (3) Ft. Helier, at the Grand Hotel. (4) Easier would be • suitable time for your visit. E. E. Prt.a.—Canada in the Twentieth Century, by A. G. Bradl
February 27, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THZ H.H.

THZ H.H.

IN spite of the unfavourable conditions, hounds managed to snatch a day's bunting on Thursday (Feb. 18) from Bighton. Finding almost at once in the wood, they had • fox away to Lanham. A view bolloa in the direction of Wield Wood now demanded attention, but the fox had gone back
February 27, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
SIR WILLIAM COOKE'S HOMMEL

SIR WILLIAM COOKE'S HOMMEL

BY permission of Mr Whitworth and at the invitation of Mr Wickham Boynton, Sir William Cooke brought his hounds to Burton Agnes Hah on Wednesday (Feb. 17) for a day in the Holdernees country. A large number of the members of both hunts were present, and were lucky enough to part
February 27, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
ON THE WILTS AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE BORDER.

ON THE WILTS AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE BORDER.

Earl Bathurst's. IN THIS EXTRAORDINARY SPELL of winter by night and summer by day to which February , in lieu of fulfilling its traditional vocation, is treating the hunting community, the added aggravation of seeing sport brought to a standstill at the time when the best of the
February 27, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE LIBRARY.

THE LIBRARY.

THE DOCTRINE OF DISCENT.• Tee object of M. Deperet, as explained by the editor of the series, is to give a summary of the work of the principal authors of the evolutionist theory, including therein Darwin's precursors as well as his successors. Professor J. Arthur Thomson has we
February 27, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS. LANZ, Faa. 22.-The supplies of British wheat at the statute markets last week were 61,094qr5. at 3fe. Id.,

THE MARKETS. LANZ, Faa. 22.-The supplies of British wheat at the statute markets last week were 61,094qr5. at 3fe. Id.,

58.301qra at 6d. last year. The larger sales at an enhanced price constitute a Very satisfactory feature. The supplies of British barley were 53,372qm. at 27a. 11d., against 75,314qr5. at Ns. sd. last season. Here, as is more usual, the price rim appears to be the consequence of
February 27, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE CHAMPIONSHIP ROTA DIFFICULTY.

THE CHAMPIONSHIP ROTA DIFFICULTY.

IT IS EVIDENT from the discussions that are taking place in Scotland on the amateur championshijo rota that the subject is gaining in keenness of interest an proportion as the period when the ultimate decision has to be made becomes shorter. The Tantallon Club at North Berwick,
February 27, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
ZAIR'S

ZAIR'S

CELEBRATED
February 27, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE KENNEL CLUB CALENDAR AND STUD BOOK,

THE KENNEL CLUB CALENDAR AND STUD BOOK,

Price 101. Bd. By Post, 115. 1908. EDITED BY KDWARD WILLIAM JAQUET, Secretary of the Club. Vol. TES ONLY RECORD PUBLISHED ENGLAND OF DOC NON AND FIELD TEALS. Third Edition, IkL net, by post THE TERRIERS. Second Editlos, price 6d. ask, by post 1 Is. THE NON-SPORTINO DOOS. Summed
February 27, 1909 - Field - London, London, England