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Guns, Ammunition, &c.

Guns, Ammunition, &c.

July 3, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD. THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD. THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

July 3, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
Tito at of four Plates 6/-

Tito at of four Plates 6/-

DIGBY & FLETCHER, Castor, Peterborough•
July 3, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
Goddard's Plate Powder

Goddard's Plate Powder

July 3, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
PEARSON'S MAGAZINE.

PEARSON'S MAGAZINE.

JULY, 1909. Prick 6d. CONTENTS: THE PAIN OF PARTING. Frontispiece From the Motion by Lady Alma-Telma. PICTURES FROM THE L. Via der Veer A TOUCH OF THE RUN. Nom de Plume Illustrated by Rene Dull. THE HAPPY MEAN. Radcliffe Mania Illuttisted by Will Houghtos. THE USES OF ADVERTISEM
July 3, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
POLO ABROAD. Ort..n&

POLO ABROAD. Ort..n&

There is every indication that the coming Ostend polo season will be very successful, for a number of English and Continental players have intimated their intention of competing in the three weeks' tournaments, which will conclude on Saturday (July 31). At least ten Spanish play
July 3, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

OXIA MAURO. WE CALL THEM OXIA MARSHES from the little island of that name between Ithaca and the mainland of Greece. The muddy Potamo, flowing from the mountains of Thessaly, south-west through Roumelia, enters the sea opposite Oxia, through an immense extent of low-lying, spars
July 3, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
TIM FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

TIM FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

ago, was backed down to 5 to 4, the Malton-trained Young Pankhuist being a good second favourite at 5 to 2. Certosa either could not or would not make any sort of show, but Young Psnkhurst was fully equal to the occasion, and won *very easily indeed, after having been in front t
July 3, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
Mr L. Bramsey'm o by Nabot—Black Duchess, 7st 7lb E. Weide Mr 1,. E. B. Romans Junket, Tat 121 b

Mr L. Bramsey'm o by Nabot—Black Duchess, 7st 7lb E. Weide Mr 1,. E. B. Romans Junket, Tat 121 b

Mr A. Belmont's Doncourt, Tat 12Th Mr W. T. Sharpe's Witch Finder, Ist 41b Mr P. Rallie Marquette. 7st 91b J. Howard Mr W. W. Daily's Cupola, 7st 9lb Mr E. Drisselea's Alone, 7st. 91b Mr 11. I'. Methane's Van Zandt, 7st 7lb Mr 1,. Neumann's Miss Erten. let 41b Betting: 7 to 4 ag
July 3, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. vol. 114.-July 3, 1909.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. vol. 114.-July 3, 1909.

seeing the Barotse and other tribes competing in c,anom Far the chief event of the regatta, the championship of South Africa in fouroars, there were five starters, and East London, rowing in really good English style, wan a fine race from Cape Town by two lengths, though nut nit
July 3, 1909 - Field - London, London, England