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ty. Becks Station.—BraserioseWlreic — ,. Osford . Bucks Station.—First Trinity, Cambridge Rowing 21 and 40 against 20 and 39 by First. Trinity, Brnsenoea were lending at the end of a minute. At the quarter mile post Itrasenosr led by half a length, end, rowing in much better form
July 10, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
Jul, 10, 1909.—N0. 2950.

Jul, 10, 1909.—N0. 2950.

July 10, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
BRA ANGLERS' POCK= BOOK.

BRA ANGLERS' POCK= BOOK.

IN issuing the new Part B. of the valuable little "Pocket (took" which gives members of the British Sea Anglers' Society so much useful information the committee calls attention to the now code of rules governing competitions for specimen fish and the cups. The area of the commi
July 10, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
and certainly in matters athletic wo are too prone to play met[ on their past reputations, and to ignore their

and certainly in matters athletic wo are too prone to play met[ on their past reputations, and to ignore their

advancing years. B. PRISINT-DAY BATTING. Sra.—My excases for troubling you with these remarks are that I have watched a great amount of fi rst clan cricket since tho days of Carpenter and Hayward. Two fashions havo into vogue with the general body of batsmen who play us our firs
July 10, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
gave no sign of recovery of his original form. Depending to a great extent on the ball that 'wings in

gave no sign of recovery of his original form. Depending to a great extent on the ball that 'wings in

the air, he could only Produce it when he pitched wide, or nearly wide, on the offside. When straight he was generally short, and since it is obvious that swerve must be more or less proportional to trajectory, besides having no terrors to a batsman who is not compelled to play
July 10, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
Russell did not bat. Innings

Russell did not bat. Innings

Capt. G. Howell c Rossiter b eon 1 E. S. Jerdvin b Giffard H. D. Banning 1 w b BMA 11 W. F. S. Smith c Gardner b Gil- Lard !ARE ACADEMY, WOOLWICH. lay. Score: ACADEMY. Oiffard c Howell b Banning 4O Wilson b Banning 11. F. ?Iron ne b Smith lO Sandford not out l7 es 9 bb lB Total
July 10, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
Total C. Hobbs did not but

Total C. Hobbs did not but

W. A. Lewis, F. L Sheppard, and ROYAL AITTLLERY v. HAM riAno at Portsmouth on July 2 and 3. Score: ROYAL Annular. lst Inn. Ind but Capt. Bridge:so Jephson b Strange l7 b Tragatt Capt. Christian c Jephson b Tragett Lieut. Robertson c Jesson b Strange lB c Jeplison b Jenson Capt.
July 10, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

George Miller's duties at Ostend will prevent his playing for the Wiltshire SchooL Another attraction at Roehampton next week will be the County Cup semi-finals on Wednesday, when Wirral (the holders) will meet Kingsbury, whilst Salisbury Plain will try conclusions with Rugby. T
July 10, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
CAUICIMAIIIS 1183ATTA. Tea Annual regatta of the Carrickfergus Sailing Club was held at Carrickjamas on July 3. There wail a

CAUICIMAIIIS 1183ATTA. Tea Annual regatta of the Carrickfergus Sailing Club was held at Carrickjamas on July 3. There wail a

strong westerly Worse at gunfire, although a little before it was blowing from the ,S.H.W., with heavy rain. With vreg ierlbreeze the rain cleared off, making It an ideal racing day. The were well represented except the big cruisers, these mlstly being away cruising. The program
July 10, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
AFTER THE iNVLATI.)N.

AFTER THE iNVLATI.)N.

chimney through which the hot air is being conieyed to the interior from the roofed-in trough in which a wood fire has been lighted for snaking the mixture of hot products of combustion and hot air which gives the balloon the necessary ascentional force. A modern hot-air balloon
July 10, 1909 - Field - London, London, England