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ON THE WILTS AND GLOI

ON THE WILTS AND GLOI

BORDER. Duke of Beaufort's. THE MOST NOTABLE of recent performances will probably be considered the long hunt of Friday in last weec, when an extraordinary extent of country was covered , the dog hounds wearing down their fox by dint of sheer perseverance after displaying those
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Taxal. C A 11141, Y P' • A:T ra e l

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Mew College.

Mew College.

President—Yr O. Traigh. Secretary—Yr O. IT. Y. Edeleten, C. C. Pery, W. H. Ogilvie, and O. C. Robson. Tnn meeting was decided on Thoradny Inn drenching rain. There was capital performance by Blake In the strangers' long jump handicap. Brief details: !rent :F. C. Cobb. 6 . vds. 1
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Dec. 4, Lion, and i a Limerick reached after o few more t by himself to win. from Soham until

Dec. 4, Lion, and i a Limerick reached after o few more t by himself to win. from Soham until

she Lilted. C. well run by both puppies. Sporting Lion had the two of Way of the World, bat ran none too well with his game, and was n ear ly beaten by the letter. Monte Carlo easily led and beat the hard-run Blunt's Surprise. Gresham was a length the faster, but had little to e
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THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

iITILDFORD AND DISTRICT CLUB MEETING.—Nov. 27. Stewards—Mann H. Robert., R. Wbite, F. Blake, W. G. ?bone, E. C. Mauler Flag Steward —Mr J. White. Slip Steward—Mr A. W. Harvey. Hoe. See.— Mr Grainger. Judge—Mr J. Walker. lilipivr—J. H. Skinner. LUTLETON STAKES (open), tot all age
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PS NEWSPAPER.

PS NEWSPAPER.

present year, and even Rudyard Kipling's story of " The Knife and the Naked Chalk," although it is about the chalk hills and dewponde, requires the aid of the supernatural to eke it out. But while something has been lost, something has been gained, and Howard Pyle is seen to gre
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Vol. 114.—Dec. 4, 1909.

Vol. 114.—Dec. 4, 1909.

December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE BELGIAN CREW.

THE BELGIAN CREW.

December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England
 
it they had had their full team it is doubtful ehrther the result would have been reversed. Hampstead in the

it they had had their full team it is doubtful ehrther the result would have been reversed. Hampstead in the

course of the season suffered three defeats; but, in view of the fact that they disposed of Kingston Hill by five goals. they may la. said to have at least shared the honours of the campaign. Kingston Hill in twenty-three matches 170 goals and lost only thirty. Hampstead in twen
December 4, 1909 - Field - London, London, England