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B OOM P. ;S c . ' 0 PANY 8 INDIA, CHIN A , A UE3TRALIANANYAIL BERVIOEI: P. & FREQUENT

B OOM P. ;S c . ' 0 PANY 8 INDIA, CHIN A , A UE3TRALIANANYAIL BERVIOEI: P. & FREQUENT

RAILINGS to 0 IBRA LTA R. MARSEILLE:, ADEN: KIT 'IRAs:MEE., CA ST RA ITS, CHIN A, JAPAN,AUSTRALIA, and NEW ZEALAND. & O . PLEASURE CRUISES By the well-taown I.T. WOO tone. From London and Leith: 91 Gas July 29 to Aug. 11.—Norway. From 12 Gab Aug. 13 to Aug. 26.—Norway. From 12 F
July 17, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
FOR A YACHTSMAN'S LIBRARY.

FOR A YACHTSMAN'S LIBRARY.

Bound Volumes of the " YACHTING AND BOATING MONTHLY." In half leather, 10s. each. In cloth, 7e. 6d. Postage 6d. extra. Five volumes. HORACE COX, "Queen" Newspaper Office, Windsor House, Bream's Buildings, E.C. LEITZ PRISM FIELD GLASSES for TRAVEL. SPORT. MILITARY. MARINE. and OP
July 17, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THZ FRENCH ARMY AND POLO.

THZ FRENCH ARMY AND POLO.

POLO has existed in France for the better part of twenty years, tlouris.hing mainly at Bagatelle, where the international tournament, which was inaugurated in 1893, has at various times attracted teams from England, Spain, and America, though Deauville, Compiegne , and lately Ca
July 17, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
BUXTON DOG OEM

BUXTON DOG OEM

BUXTON DOG FOR the third year in succession, Buxton Show, held on Saturday, was spoiled by rain. Fortunately, the executive had provided for this contingency by insuring the "gate." The entry was good, especially in the bulldog, fox terrier, and Pomeranian sections. In a small GR
July 17, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
ANGLING. PASSING CONNZNTS. "AND WHEN SHE WON'T, SHE WON'T, and there's an end on't." Your chalk-stream trout are rather like

ANGLING. PASSING CONNZNTS. "AND WHEN SHE WON'T, SHE WON'T, and there's an end on't." Your chalk-stream trout are rather like

that in these days of unsettled weather and meagre fly. Particularly are they like that when heavy muses of thunderous cloud obscure the sky, when hot fitful gusts of wind stir the tree-tops, and when in tbo stifling, breathless intervals the whole world seems to be waiting for
July 17, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON OLYMPIC GAINS.*

THE LONDON OLYMPIC GAINS.*

Tna large octavo volume containing a revised report of the recent competitions in many branches of sport, styled the Olympic Games, bespeaks a vast amount of industry and enthusiasm on the art of the compiler, an active member of the British Olympic Committee. His official posit
July 17, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
ISTATIS YOR BALI AZD

ISTATIS YOR BALI AZD

TO LIT- LONDON: Walton and Lee A. 11. Turner and Co. Hampton and Sons J. A. Lumley and Dowell Okborn and Mercer at Mabbett and Edge J. D. Wood and Co. • Leta and Warner ......... Maple and t'o. Griteble and Wallace • Tre..ltlder and Co Lilchfleld. Gale, and Lloyd E. l'aton and S
July 17, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 114.—July 17, 1909. A NULLAH NEAR JALLIPML-11.

'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 114.—July 17, 1909. A NULLAH NEAR JALLIPML-11.

NEXT YEAR I sent off the faithful Hamzar again, and, sure enough, got a wire from Bunji, telling me of a la rge h erd containing two good heads. " More than six spans," said the delighted Hamzar, when at length I arrived at th e nu ll a h . The first day I camped near the entran
July 17, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
ITZWIABICIT BLOOD STOCK BALM

ITZWIABICIT BLOOD STOCK BALM

Tar. trade in what are considered the choicest lots of blood is always fairly good. The price for yearlings varies a little from year to year, but when really fashionable blood cornea to market good money is generally forthcoming, and this is especially the case , when an import
July 17, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE WATER WAG CLUB.

THE WATER WAG CLUB.

JULY 12. Tea " crews' • race—helmsman and "crow" change places for the occasi on —which had been postponed from the 7th inst., was sailed In a light nor'- westerly air, thirteen boats starting. at 6.35. The triangular course gave a reach, a beat, and a run, and Amorelle, sailed
July 17, 1909 - Field - London, London, England