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Vol. 1111.—Dec. 80, 1911.

Vol. 1111.—Dec. 80, 1911.

December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
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December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
Dee. 80,1911.—N0. 8079. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

Dee. 80,1911.—N0. 8079. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER.

away to the right through Commons, crosehur the Cashel- Moonset road, and continuing on by Rathordan Fort. They caused the Cjahel•Fethanl Hoed sad wont on throtugh George s Land and Baiumbell. but a thick fox seemed to •puit smut, and the pack was run out of it within two fields
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
Tin TURF. TT WAS MENTIONED in the Field of last week that if we go strictly by the book the

Tin TURF. TT WAS MENTIONED in the Field of last week that if we go strictly by the book the

American colt S wee p er 11. can made out to quite as good a horse as White Star, and, even putting collateral form aside, this opinion is held by marry people who closely watched the two-year-old running of hut year. Sweeper 11. first ran in the Fifty-ninth Triennial at Ascot,
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
ART PUBLICATIONS.

ART PUBLICATIONS.

fh s of the very best art books of the year which is so near its close is John Lavery and his Work, by Walter Shaw-Sparrow (London : Kegan Paul, Trench, Triibner and Co.; 10s. 6d. net). It would still have been one of the best books if it had only consisted of the numerous illus
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
TEI NAGAZII2I. Tea fourth part, Winter, of an inquiry by Walter Sedgerick into the weather of the seventeenth century appears

TEI NAGAZII2I. Tea fourth part, Winter, of an inquiry by Walter Sedgerick into the weather of the seventeenth century appears

In 'a Mt..- ralogienl Magazine. It refer* to the weather as described in the diaries of Pepys and Evelyn, and the conclusion is that " it not appear that cold winters were more frequent or mild white." ' less frequent then than they have been In the past fifty year s that the av
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
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December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
LANCASTER'S NEWSPAPER.

LANCASTER'S NEWSPAPER.

TETI CYLINDIRS. "True Cylinders," by F. N. Horne, several points occur to BM—After reading both contributions to the one. For my part, I should like to know (1) whether theme that lost so much weight belonged to a best-quality g; discussion on were the barrels of Whitworth fluid
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
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December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
Trearchr : D. James (beek). I. Evans. G. Evans. D. Vaughan(. ball W. Spitler `throe -quarter backs), L. Roberta ,

Trearchr : D. James (beek). I. Evans. G. Evans. D. Vaughan(. ball W. Spitler `throe -quarter backs), L. Roberta ,

D. W. Jones backs), Ivor Jones, F. Davies. J. Hayward. P. C. Evans. B. Meredith, B. Fear, J. Criddle, J. Williams (forwards). Referee. Mr W. Featherstone. • LEICESTER (Si) v. FARE (11). —At Leicester on Tuesday there was not so much difference between the sides as the points wou
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England