Hounds have been having good sport on the Teifi, beginning on June 22. On July 1 they had a long draw, a six-mile drag, with, no doubt, the same otter, which they eventually found, and after a good tikenty-five minutes killed, while on the 3rd they had a capital three hours and
Tna puppy show was held on Friday in last week on an ideal summer day. judging took place outside the kennels, where the young entry could be seen to great advantage, six and a bait couples of dog hounds and seven and a half of bitches being put on the flags, and the judge% who
MHOUGH THE ENTRY at the annual show held in the Old JL Deer Park, Richmond, on Tuesday was not so large as usual, the quality of most of the exhibits, especially in the toy dog section, was first rate, and, in suite of the bad weather, the attendance was not much below the avera
Sra.--The very necessary and, if I may so read it, promised experiments with this invention in the direction of accuracy will he looked forward to with considerably interest.. A noiseless firearm will obviously confer a great advantage on the force' using it in warfare, but if t
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the day. but I only saw one fish rise, and him I killed on the sedge, first time of asking. The trout fought most fiercely for their size, were of a rich golden yellow when killed, hut became very black after an hour or two. _Nothing quite touched llb. in weight. —W. Ftsvcuss.
CROQUET ASSOCIATION CHALLENGE CUPS 'sumo. This popular meeting, which is confined to associates, commenced on Monday at Ruchampion, and was continued throughout the week. For the first three days thunderstorms were experienced, but on Thursday the weather unproved greatly. The p
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Sta,—ln a letter on melanism and albinism in the Field of March 27 Mr L. 11. Cox referred to the widespread belief that black leopards were had-tempered and difficult to tame. In the issue of April 10 Mr R. 1. Pocock, superintendent of the Zoological hardens, characterised this