Loaded with "SMOKELESS <>DIAMOND " Can be ordered from all Onamakers. SHOOTER'S YEAR BOOK, 1909-1910, sent on receipt of stamped addressed envelope, CI:WIWI; & HARVEY (Ltd.), 3, Graceehnrch Street, London, E.C.
Atrmov.—Yon will find a lPd•ton auxiliary ketch more economical to run than a steam yacht of the same tonnage, and much more accommo• dation for the size. W. It. C. it.—We do not think that It would be advisable to fit the masts of such a schooner in taberna lea You certainly co
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL last monthly meeting of the conned of this scciity before the autumn rem% was held on Weilnowlay at the society a house IG, Iledforlamuare, W.C., the Earl of Jemey (onsidtint) in the emir. The Duke of Devonshire reported that the special committee had considcri
well. but just failed to find the mark on several occasions. Messrs Beddington, Graham, anti Bellville were all in good form. Wellington's only goal being obtained by Mr. Butler, who played well, and Mr. Hargreaves was also very prominent for the losers. 7TH HUSSARS, FIVE GOALS:
PALBSIITG AMONG THE FISHING literature of the year there are few things which are more valuable and interesting than the report on Scottish salmon fisheries. The new one, (Part 11. Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd; London, Wyman; price Is. 2}41.) is no whit inferior to its predecessor
Tanis was asmall field on 'Tuesday evening when a 120 yards handicap was decided, with the following result Final Meat: F. C. Levey, 12sec., 1; C. :owc., 2; T. B. Tartakover, scratch, 3. Won by four yards. (In Wednesday. at Burbiton, two events were decided, as follows—Marsh Cha
P. A. McAlister run ont 1 R. J. Hartigan b Warren B. E. Gregory c Needham b Morton 24 If. Carter e Chapman b Morton V. B. ltansford o Humphries b W. Carkeck b Warren Warren lB .1. A. O'Connor not out ...... ......... V. T. Trumpet o Humphries b W. J. Whitty b Morton' Morton ll3
scorpion -like creatures which may well be called gigantic when compared to scorpions, to which they present many points of resemblance. Mr Shipley has written the introduction to the Arachnida and king crabs and the sections on the Tardigrada (water bears) and Pentastomida, flu