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December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
BERKSHIRE TROUT FARM

BERKSHIRE TROUT FARM

Perks. THE MURK FISHERY, q u i ck o Wake. -- to the necessity clearance of several pools we can offer u quantity of fine Yearling and Two-year BROWN and RAINBOW TROUT dammed Primps If delivery taken in January.— Vor reply as above. ABROW FISHERY, Pembridge, Herefordshire.—Oge,Tw
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
WII CoMMINcIi IM TIIM

WII CoMMINcIi IM TIIM

CoMMINcIi IM TIIM " QUEEN " of Ju. 6, 1912. This spirited writer requires no introduction to the readers of the Queen, who, acquainted with her works, will not be surprised to learn that " Meadowsweet " teems with strong situations and vivid characterization. They will find in it
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
still stands unshaken, though one by one its buttresses are being undermined. But it will soon be wellnigh the only

still stands unshaken, though one by one its buttresses are being undermined. But it will soon be wellnigh the only

relic of the " Great Britaine " which John Speed loved so well. Not merely do the promises of prosperity loudly proclaimed as the immediate outcome of the People's Budget remain unfulfilled. We are at present enjoying only the prospect of enormously increased liabilities from Ol
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
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December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
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December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
peek maintained a holding pace they ran over the maturated greeds's& by Wootton Field and Bishop Feeley, the fi rst

peek maintained a holding pace they ran over the maturated greeds's& by Wootton Field and Bishop Feeley, the fi rst

check ooeurring close to the canal near Lower Studley Copse. Walters regained • touch of the line when ho oast on to Hay Lane Wharf and up to the Swindon road. Then the odds seemed greatly on lasing the fox, and for • time the huntsman's efforts met with no encouragement. It was
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
SCATTER RIFLE.

SCATTER RIFLE.

Bra.—ln spite of being considered—by those who have never tried the sport—as something a trifle worse than a pot hunter, I look upon days of 'creeping" with a small-bore rifle as some of the most sporting and enjoyable I have spent. The knowledge of woodcraft and of the capabili
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
ANGLING IN 1911.

ANGLING IN 1911.

310 S T FISHERMEN will remember 1911 as tho year of drought, when no rain worth mentioning fell from early 1 Juno to late October, when even such well-furnished rivers au I the chalk born Itchen and Test grew low, and stale, and weary. Trout fishing, indeed, waa for the most par
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
ARCHERY.

ARCHERY.

HOUGH NONE OF THE SCORES by which the various championships were won during the past season were particularly high, some unusually good ones were made at olub meetings, no records, however, being broken. All through the year that important factor as regards archery, the weather,
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England