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SOUTH DORSIT HOUNDS.

SOUTH DORSIT HOUNDS.

ON Thursday (Feb. 11), after meeting at Adminston, the South Dorset had a woodland hunt in the heath country. Moreton Plantation is a very large covert and well stocked, but the foxes always have the greatest objection to leave it. When Mr Radcliffe pub hound.s into the Rhododen
February 20, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY G

Swinfonci road was crossed, and Waloote half reached, at a swinging pace, which increased as a bend rightward was made over the be autiful pastures of the neighbourhood. Kilworth Rouse was reached and passed, and the Sticks gained in twentythree minutes of beautiful ride, the ti
February 20, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
Feb. 20, 1909.—N0. 2930. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. HILT, Cumin, IT Wou's Cluo—Meacwili.

Feb. 20, 1909.—N0. 2930. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. HILT, Cumin, IT Wou's Cluo—Meacwili.

Feb. 20, 1909.—N0. 2930. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Cumin, IT Wou's Cluo—Meacwili. bones to Marseilles, Pau, and Nice, where training would not be interfered with, ands owners would bo able to benefit by the E 20,000 offered as added money by provincial societi
February 20, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
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February 20, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
PS NEWSPA_PER. Vol. 113.—Feb. 20, 1909. BRITISH YORBEITEY. I.—Afforestation and Sporting Rights. No same of afforestation can be initiated without

PS NEWSPA_PER. Vol. 113.—Feb. 20, 1909. BRITISH YORBEITEY. I.—Afforestation and Sporting Rights. No same of afforestation can be initiated without

taking into consideration the sporting rights which affect so mat er i a ll y the well-being of all classes of land. Bo long as wild anim a l s and birds, fercr nature, exist, so long will the subject o f sport be inseparab!e from the full enjoyment of country life. Thi s natura
February 20, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE ALTAIIIRA CAVE PICTIJRZI3.

THE ALTAIIIRA CAVE PICTIJRZI3.

DURING the last few years the interest of naturalists and antiquarians has been aroused by preliminary notices of the wonderful sketches of prehistoric animals discovered in 1879 by Mr M. de Snutuola in the cavern of Altamira, at Sautillane, near Santander, Spain. This cave, it
February 20, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. vol. 113.—Feb. 20, 1900. WATCHING A COME AT ALTO/I.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. vol. 113.—Feb. 20, 1900. WATCHING A COME AT ALTO/I.

Fares was quickly seen to be very large even a long time before the time het for the first slip. Not until eleven o'clock came did there seem any chance of making a commencement, but then luckily a slight breeze blew up, and very quickly everyone made their way down to the Rye H
February 20, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE MARXETS.

THE MARXETS.

COWL-MARE Lass, Fes. 15.-Sales of British wheat at the statute markets last week were rs. at 334.8 d., against 51,530qm. at 33e. Id. last year. Sales of barley were 62,553qr5. at 275. 84., against 78,297 q rs. at 265. fd.; and of oats were at 17s. Ild., against 37,345qr.i. at I
February 20, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S

DOG BROWS AND MILD TIMM Harlow (Calla Club's Bbon).-31arell 3. Sec, Mr J. IL Jacque (Gamekeepers' Dog Show).—March 1 and 5. See, Ur H. J. Lotkerood Bannerol.: (Old raglan Club).—Mant 9. Mr F. W. Mtwara= (Belle VIA Gardens).—March 23.21. and 23. See., Mr A. de Vero Besaelerk lemm
February 20, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
TANTALLON G.C.

TANTALLON G.C.

Tag winter meeting was held a t North Ilerw - lelt on Saturday under ideal conditions, a field of thirty, including two amateur ex-champions in J. E. Laidlay and R. Maxwell, competing for the century gold medal leer.) Ross cup Itandicap!. Maxwell and J. R. Galrdner. another Scot
February 20, 1909 - Field - London, London, England