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THE PATENT ELASTIC STEEL HORSE COLLARS.

THE PATENT ELASTIC STEEL HORSE COLLARS.

Light, Strong, and Durable • Zen to the Horse, Complete in itself without lames. =lll2o:pensive This collar, closing on the neck as shown shove, is unique in the large surface of the true shoulders it covers, and to which the pull is equally distrionted by its being made of thin
April 4, 1891 - Field - London, London, England
 
TIER "SANDAL" HORSE SHOE.

TIER "SANDAL" HORSE SHOE.

The only practical Anil-lees Shoe ever introduced. No. 9 sod 3. No. 4. No. 4. No. 6. Outs We. 3/- 4/- 4/8 5/6 6/6 Per Set of Four complete. Made of plain, fulieed, or liodwal bar, with or with. out front or hind cantinas, feather-edged, knocked up, dc., and to It any kind of hoo
April 4, 1891 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FiELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. No. 1,997.—April 4, 1891

THE FiELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. No. 1,997.—April 4, 1891

FIGURE OP KIBIT. Sia,—As this matter is being practically taken in hand by a west country club and may be by other clubs, I wish to point out the advantages obtained by the employment of Col. Smith's developed formula (published in my letter in the Fieldot the 28th ult.) as comp
April 4, 1891 - Field - London, London, England
 
COURSING.

COURSING.

Naas. Miydock Park (88Plin) ••• 81IPPer * Barnum. Mr Medley T. Bootiman BLACX MI CLUB.---Yikaci 30 & 31. Autor-Mr N. If. Wentworth. Btispe7.="l. Robertson. Via titerarrt-Mr T. A. Bond. Foes Steward-Ur C. W. Frith. Boa. Me.-Sir T. Leak,. SUNBEAM STAKES, for puppies, at ,23. 10s.
April 4, 1891 - Field - London, London, England
 
MP CLUB. reathor most unfavonrablo, king ecorrod about midday : Hen. Net. A. J. Robertson 112 I ... C. A.

MP CLUB. reathor most unfavonrablo, king ecorrod about midday : Hen. Net. A. J. Robertson 112 I ... C. A.

8. leggstt 124 ... 10 ... 111 Vian4brngh ... 10 r P. C. Anderson 131 ... If ... 110 wind was blowing, and rendered ed in no return : Owes. Hap. 16,6 t. Mr P.O. Horne lle ... 16 ... 100 Mr P. 1.. Whitely:l4m 133 ... 10 ... 100 Mr.'. F. Fnrucombe 120 ... 16 ... 114 Mr E. Whitchoru
April 4, 1891 - Field - London, London, England
 
BURY ST. EDMUND'S BICYCLE CLUB.

BURY ST. EDMUND'S BICYCLE CLUB.

Handicapper mug Briefer —Mr H. H. Griffin. Starter—Br A. L. H neer oredgeo—Mew/ E. W. Lake anti H. J. Salmon. Timekeeper—Br J. V Richardson. Han. See.—Mr A. J. Last. A cantons assortment of weather prevailed during the eleventh minim: sports of the above club on Easter Monday, b
April 4, 1891 - Field - London, London, England
 
BERNS AND BUCKS v. SUSSEX. (A).

BERNS AND BUCKS v. SUSSEX. (A).

Played on the Marlow ground on Saturday. The weather was fine and the ground in good condition, but the high wind to some extent spoilt the play. Each Association placed a fairly representative team in the field, but not full strength. Sussex arrived one short, but G. H. Faulkne
April 4, 1891 - Field - London, London, England
 
be stopped. Bee waved on several occasions in a marvellous manner, and other kicks were either carried wide by the

be stopped. Bee waved on several occasions in a marvellous manner, and other kicks were either carried wide by the

wind or were discounted by the vigilance of Conolly and Collins, both of whom played a superb game. o n es mot ,s smart passing by the Arsenal left wing carried the ball right down and, alter a corner bad fallen to them in turn, some of the finest play in the match took place in
April 4, 1891 - Field - London, London, England
 
CAIIOEING.

CAIIOEING.

ROYAL CANOE CLUB FIXTURES. Saturday. May 2.—Kingston, 3 p.m.; Paddling—Canadian Canoe; Paddling and Sailing Renee Friday. May P.—Hendon. 5 p.m. ; Sailing and Paddling, Second Clam Challenge Shield Saturday. May le.—Hendon,ll 30 p.m.: Firer. Second. and Third Clam. Whit-Monday. M
April 4, 1891 - Field - London, London, England
 
Teague groupings of the goats to be observed, and air that, to breathe it, gives to life a new sensation.

Teague groupings of the goats to be observed, and air that, to breathe it, gives to life a new sensation.

those with a taste for farming can here see the Norwegise were of making butter and cheese. The cattle about the sieter came from Skiolden, on the Lyster Fjord, a long day's journey over the Kelm , ron. The cows, after their long winter's immurement in dark byres, look forward t
April 4, 1891 - Field - London, London, England