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MR M. WATERBURY.

MR M. WATERBURY.

team leaves a considerable balance of unemployed out of a total of twenty eight members. This is not the sole instance of hardship, bemuse the most responsible position in a team is almost invariably No. 3, very occasionally the "back" assuming that importance; but in any case t
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Brigade of Guards Saba Items' ill 11w rood lit Park North Devon Ilouldsworth Cup 1011111% the final on July 22 Ist l'uldstream Guards beat Irish Guards by 9 goals at Freminglon on Aug. 25 North House beat Inter Valk' by 7 to 2. goals to 4. CouMY Kildare Ilunt tome.. team, In the
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
DR T. G. LONGSTA.FF.

DR T. G. LONGSTA.FF.

he has in his pottsession Tn the words of the New York A'ation, it is not now for others to suggest that he should allow his evidence to be examined; it is for him to demand an inquiry, and to pixie not only his memoranda but himself unreservedly at the disposal of an impartial
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEIL thiearttele. but first of all it should be mentioned that the status said that lie created a very favourable

NEIL thiearttele. but first of all it should be mentioned that the status said that lie created a very favourable

impression, but at this of every racing year is almost entirely judged by the three-year. period of the year the ground was hard. and he walked somewhat olds. A great year means that its three.year-olds are exception- feelingly as he paraded round the outer Birdcage before the r
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
E 1:I EL!). 'l'll E I; NEWSP.k

E 1:I EL!). 'l'll E I; NEWSP.k

December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
ELI). THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

ELI). THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

the head of the Oval ground staff. His antics, however, was not very marked. and it does not- appear probable that he will seture a regular plate in the side. The only player who obtained all ten wickets in an innings in a match of note was J. B. King. who did so at a cost of fi
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
SPORTING LIONESS beat ENOLTSU Ceircver.

SPORTING LIONESS beat ENOLTSU Ceircver.

SPORTING LIONESS beat ENOLTSU COMP TON STAKES (members), for all ages, at £1; winner .£l. 10s., second £2. lUs.; 8 subs. Mr W. H. Smith's r d Sp•rtsng Messrs D. Crooke and Taylor's Mystery, by Strange Mystery—}beat d Sporting &Aker, by Gram- Beacon Light pus—Sporting Flame Mt E.
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
Winning Owners.

Winning Owners.

At the head of these stands Mr Fairie with six horses, who won between them twenty•three races, value £31,719, the highest total gained since 1899, when the late Duke of Westminster headed the list with sixteen races worth £43,955, fifty-four races, value £411.795 standing again
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
Winning Koreas.

Winning Koreas.

Giving precedence to age, it is doubtful if In modern days there has been anything to surpass Dean Swift (one win in a rather unlucky year, £180.5), who, it is said, will spend his winter at his owner's place at Childwickbury, with a view to another City and Suburban. Of the fiv
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
GROWTH OF RAINBOW TROUT IN SWAZILAND.

GROWTH OF RAINBOW TROUT IN SWAZILAND.

Wg have received the following very interesting letter from Mr R. T. Coryndon, Resident Commissioner for Swaziland. The account contained in it of rapid growth of rainbow trout in new rivers is very striking: The following account of very rapid growth of rainbow trout may Intere
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England