FM °RNAMEN CAL TitEES,SH RUBS, and AMERICAN PLA IS. r a r ,. F or e r r. Trees. In largo quantities: all are well grown , and certain to give scarf ar..ion. Agricultural and Garden Seeds see grown extenstre'ys Bedding Plante and every Carden requisite. Plans and estimates giv .
February 7, 1874 - Field - London, London, England
Horse.-0n the 12th, 68 brace of grouse were killed by Messrs J. D. Lawrie. A. J. Lawrie, H. D. Lawrie, W. E. G. Lawrie, T. P. Hope, W. Hone, W. W. Hope. and T. C. Hope. Birds plentiful, no disease. Nest day the same party shot brace in a few hours; beery rafts ; while ou the 140
IT. (IMAMS) GUN CLUB. SAT raPAT, Are. IL-Members mustered in full force this afternoon, the 0 ,..a.i0n being the monthly meeting of the Gun Club of England. At the last meeting, it will be reureuilsired, Mr F. Inard won the hands )me chalknee cup outright. Proceedings started wit
THE BELGIAN ARDENNES.—WiII one of your readers kindly give two or three comfortable resting pla^es in the Belgian Ardennes where some fly fishing (trout) and flies can be had in September ? PERSONA. SALMON FISHING IN FINLAND.—Can any of your readers give me information about the
Tar annual tournament was commenced on Tuesday in somewhat stormy weather, seventy.alz players, drawn from all parts of the country, tuing conclusions for the silver medal (scratch) and several handicap prizes. With an unbroken string of succemes on his own course for the last n
S. FISHER, 188, STRAND• NEW IDEA IN TRUNKS The *EUREKA ^ Trunk la Portable Dreeming.Case Ettedwithconrentent sltdtng drawers; henre the bottom of Trunk as &Tensible es the top. Entirely avoids confusion or tumbling over of contents. and prevents articles at the bottom from kem c