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December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
NEW MODEL 16 BORE SUN.

NEW MODEL 16 BORE SUN.

Weight under 61b. A light, handy, and well-balanced weapon, bored on a New System, giving the Pattern and Penetration of an improved cylinder 12-bore at 40 yards, and a wide killing circle at short ranges. MEDIUM GRADE BUNS. Special No. 2 Model Ejector. Fitted with Detachable Lo
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
13XCELLENT NEW YEAR PRESENTS. —ll.b.irc A. and D. EJECTOR GUN. hi beat Also 12-bore ttiViOß °.ri Detachable i did b

13XCELLENT NEW YEAR PRESENTS. —ll.b.irc A. and D. EJECTOR GUN. hi beat Also 12-bore ttiViOß °.ri Detachable i did b

:l rr oc e e 6ur . value; ,CIS; shooting guaranteed.—Addrom J. Prestbury-road, Aston, Birmingham. QECON DHAND GUNS.—Several Pairs of EJECTORS. In n.13(11- {l3ll. list on application. Trial ground teen .ninutas' roll from I and Bove. WA. St. Jamei'ortreat, B.W.
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 118.—Dec. 80, 1911. -- _

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 118.—Dec. 80, 1911. -- _

THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 118.—Dec. 80, 1911. the quarter of the steamer. Again, the writer can cite the followng haphs/ard experience of his own. Sculling a Thames skiff past k'arlow Quarry Woods, he found a steam launch just pushing off from at of the i
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
V ~ ti h H h J, on foot with carriers, I did not follow the waggon road consistently, but

V ~ ti h H h J, on foot with carriers, I did not follow the waggon road consistently, but

often took to the woods and byways. There is not much traffic to Kassinga Fort, so day by day 1 hardly met a soul, and only overtook a few waggons. All the way till we reached Cunene River our water was in di rt y . mudd y pools or the lagoons of a partly dry river, which we fol
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE S.H.

THE S.H.

HOUNDS MET on Thursday in last week at Wield Wood, and if the morning was decidedly moist, at any rate there proved to be a scent. After a couple of blanks. • fox of the right sort was dislodged from Vlroodridden, and hounds drove him across the open to Dighton Wood. He went on
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
Cherry Ripe—Cbristine) who is a fine bold . jiimper and s t art . 4 at 7 to 1, won

Cherry Ripe—Cbristine) who is a fine bold . jiimper and s t art . 4 at 7 to 1, won

in hollow style from Koepitycker and ()niche Odds of 5 to 1 were laid on the unreliable K uro ki (by . Florizel 11.—Great Dame) for the Paddock Hurdle Plate which he was only opposed by • couple of moderat es , ono of which bolted early in the race, and the old geldin g read i l
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
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December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
NOTICES TO ADVERTISERS.

NOTICES TO ADVERTISERS.

DEPOSIT SYSTEIL Macy readers olio ask for protection &galas' Irsedulent advertisers. the ►field Las entered upon the following system deposit : intending buyers. in connection with advertisements. may forward the amount of theurchath money, acknowledged to both vendor an d the p
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
LENGTH OF BARBELS.

LENGTH OF BARBELS.

81R,-With your wider experience of guns and their behaviour you will bo able to givo " Woodcock " the information he desires. May I, however, give my opinion for what it is worth. Two years ago I tried a 16 bore with 29in. barrels. and I was certainly more successful than with t
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England