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Demy 4to. profusely and beautifully PPIO• hi& Ma. By CAPT. C. H. STICIAND. P.R.0.5., F.Z.S. Capt. Stigand, who, with the co-ope-ation of Mr D. D. Lyell, has earned the gratitude of all big game bunters by their admirable book " Central African Game and its Spoor," now presents a
39, STRAND. SECOND-HAND GUNS. This stock of Second-hand Ejectors, Hammerless, and Hammer Guns by all the best known makers, must be seen to be appreciated. The exceedingly low price at which they are offered places a highly finished weapon within the reach of everyone. Sportsmen
unsmokabk. The ideal kid should be light in colour and texture, and can only be predated on light soils. Fields fifty acres in extent can now be on some of the progressive farms of the finest Virginian leaf—a beautiful sight whoa, jest at the ripening stage, it is of. a .bright
IT IS SOMEWHAT SURPRISING that of the large quantities of tobacco consumed annually in Great Britain that more is not imported from British possession. (a few years ago it was only 08 per cent. per annum). It is of paramount importance to the prosperity of agriculture in a colon
Voyage of H.M.S. Erebus and Terror under the command of Capt. Sir James Clark Ross, R.N.. and his treatise on the class Ares in Cassell's Natural History, which was edited, in six volumes, by Professor Martin Duncan. Then came his Monograph on the Swallows, commenced (with C. W.
IT is with groat regret that we have to announce the death of the well-known ornithologist Dr Richard Bowdler Sharpe, ' which took place at Chiswick on Dec. 25 at the ago of sixtytwo. To the general public he would be best known as the head of the bird department of the Natural