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Vol. 114.—Nov. 6, 1602

Vol. 114.—Nov. 6, 1602

November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
ENGELBERG

ENGELBERG

(In centre of Switzorliu ld). 8400 ft.; 2i hours from Lucerne. Winter Sports in Highest Perfection. Hotels Cattani. Latest Comfort. Moderate Terms. Recommended by the Travel Edito► of the •'Queen." Prospectus from
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
RAE'S HOTEL is nicely situated within two mike of Osetlemaine railway station, when passengers are met by oar at any

RAE'S HOTEL is nicely situated within two mike of Osetlemaine railway station, when passengers are met by oar at any

time by previous application. The shooting is good; grouse, 'cook, snips, dock, bares, Sc.. over • mountain, WAN acres, valley, and ow land.—Wat. E Has, Psoprietor.
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
FOR LEAVES & GARDEN REFUSE

FOR LEAVES & GARDEN REFUSE

ON I I); £4 18. 6. PAID.) CAN BE PUT TO NUMEROUS USES.
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE LAW TIMES,

THE LAW TIMES,

THO JOURNAL OP THE LAW AND THE LAWYERS. 102 NOV. 6 1909, CONTAINS : Topics of the Week. The Status of a Married Woman. Occasional Notes. Notes of lteceut Decisions. Law Library. Legislation and Jurisprudence. Parliamentary Summary. 'riminal law Notes. Penal Reform League: Annual
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
'S NEWSPAPER.

'S NEWSPAPER.

INSURE YOUR HUNTERS, Six Months' Policies at
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEWSPAPER.

NEWSPAPER.

makings of a gallop, though only a cub was in front of them. He was a plucky little fellow, however, who set his mask for Furness, and no doubt would have given some sport bad he not been headed at the first road by a lino of vehicles of every description. Ho turned back, theref
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
I.LiIVELLTN britGARDEV Cu t.

I.LiIVELLTN britGARDEV Cu t.

WEST BAINTON STAN FS. for pupoice, t £3. lee. each ;.elnaer £l'. second C.i. ; 6 Raba Mr J. N. Neale's bd d North Ur 0. Fenwlek's bd w d etrieal Gopforth, by Feat Pair—Com} N heat I Forr.irr, by Briers Hey—Ferry Lee Maid lir J. i le's bd Lott...rum Bock,l WM. Armstrong's f b .4
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
NORTH BI /LTON KEITING.—Ocr O.

NORTH BI /LTON KEITING.—Ocr O.

R. U. Donnell& H. Marshall. J. IL Marshall. and Tr Trotter. Flop Strewed-0. Chopple. Stip Stara rd—J. Gibson. Jertge— Mr J. Cutter. SI i pper— T. Hutton. TENANTS' STAKE, for all at S.?. 10s. each winner £l2, second It, with prize for the tenant nominating the winner, given by Me
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
LOlll9-EARGI 1240E1 CARTRIDGZB•

LOlll9-EARGI 1240E1 CARTRIDGZB•

PERHAPS MORE FREQUENT than any other query addressed to the shooting department of tnis paper is the request for instructions as to the mode of charging cartridges for long-range shots at wildfowl, which are iii the habit of observing an inconveniently respectful distance from t
November 6, 1909 - Field - London, London, England