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MODERN DOGS

MODERN DOGS

Great Britain and Ireland. RAWDON B. LEE, Sennel Editor of the "Field," Author of the "Illetoey and Description of the Fox Terrier," of the "Collie or Sheep Dog," &c. Profusely Illustrated is Oollotype. from Drawings by Arthur Wardle. These Volumes are wells rinted, the Illustra
December 2, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
Na 550.—Decomber, nal 10. Some farther Rzpericnceu with Grayling. By J. Dud Taylor. 11. A Hundred Tears Atm. 1!. Half

Na 550.—Decomber, nal 10. Some farther Rzpericnceu with Grayling. By J. Dud Taylor. 11. A Hundred Tears Atm. 1!. Half

a Century's Hunting Raoullectione. 111. By Capt. J. F. King King. 13. The Sportsman's Library (Illustrated). 14. Autumn the Theatres. Quid. The Gimcrack Stakes. By W. South Dixon. It John Boors (with portrait). 17. "Our Von" Rscind.— French Racing ?canon. Hunting, the Opening of
December 2, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
Nov-SPORTING DOGS.

Nov-SPORTING DOGS.

The FOREIGN Does were a moderate lot, and although there were an Esquimau: and a Thibet mastiff in the catalogue we failed to find them on the bench. First and third awards went to Mrs T. Allen's Persian greyhounds, Lightning and Sharki, they being separated by a very nice Norwe
December 2, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE ALBRIGHTOII HOUNDS.

THE ALBRIGHTOII HOUNDS.

Tins pack had a capital day on Saturday from the Wheel o' Worfield, and, after the spell of frost in the early part of the week cancelling the fixtures of Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, there was a big field out. After a preliminary spin in the early part of the morning, hounds
December 2, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
LUDLOW HOUNDS.

LUDLOW HOUNDS.

SO TAR these bounds have had moderate sport. Cubhunting began early in September, and for four weeks they did well, cubs being plentiful and scent good. After that came a spell of dry weather and hard ground, during which not much was done, and hunting was almost stopped altoget
December 2, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
BURBERRY-WEAVE REPRESENTS THE HIGH-WATER MARK OF COMFORT, SECURITY, UTILITY.

BURBERRY-WEAVE REPRESENTS THE HIGH-WATER MARK OF COMFORT, SECURITY, UTILITY.

BURBERRY-PROOFS represent to all civilised peoples the highest possible tinment in weatherproof apparel, but BURBERRYS have now eclipsed their former efforts, and place before the public an innovation of uti,lreamt-of possibilities, so remarkably suitable for withstanding the el
December 2, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
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December 2, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
Vol. 106.—thm.. 2, 19115.

Vol. 106.—thm.. 2, 19115.

December 2, 1905 - Field - London, London, England
 
FIFTY YEARS' FOXHUNTING. By J. M. I. ELLIOTT. Price 6d. ne . POULTRY FOR TABLE AND MARKET versus FANCY' FOWLS.

FIFTY YEARS' FOXHUNTING. By J. M. I. ELLIOTT. Price 6d. ne . POULTRY FOR TABLE AND MARKET versus FANCY' FOWLS.

With Exposition of the Fallacies of Ponitry Farming. Bp W. S. TEOETMEIER, F.Z.S. Price 2.. 6d. London: HORACE COE. Windsor Hon" Masals Buildings. Law LO.
December 2, 1905 - Field - London, London, England