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December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
Deo. SO, 1911.—N0. 5079. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. WINTER FISHING. INTER—according to the calendar—begins at the winter solstice,

Deo. SO, 1911.—N0. 5079. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. WINTER FISHING. INTER—according to the calendar—begins at the winter solstice,

in other words the shortest day, and continues until the vernal equinox, when the sun "croseica the line," but this period, except for the first two or three weeks, is a very barren time for the madishertnan; both because the fishes that hare been hugging the shore during the au
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
t ASSOCIATION.

t ASSOCIATION.

Mon., Jan. I.—At Tufnell Park, England v Erase. Mon., Jaw I.—As llamyden Park queen's lark v. Northern Nomads Fiat, Jan. 6—At Acton, Foam T. Casuals Bat- Jan 6 —At Dulwich, A lleyn v. Cssaals Fiat, Jan. 6•—Al Ewell, Old Citizens v. Hampstead Bat„ Jan. 6.—Al Hampden Park. Queen's
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
O. H. Tripp (book' D. Lambert, E. Ham A A. Hudson. H. Cheethem. backs), R. O. C. H. E. 11.

O. H. Tripp (book' D. Lambert, E. Ham A A. Hudson. H. Cheethem. backs), R. O. C. H. E. 11.

Dodds, T. Allen. N. Maxwell, G. C. Souther*. E. Feerenside, E. F. Boyd (forwards). Referee. Dr L. C. Burrell. • URDU , (19) v. (0). The touring club was not as strongly represented ais usual in the match at Cardiff on Tuesday. Their wee a useful one and succeeded in fully extend
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE YIELD, TIM COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 118.—Dee. 30, 1911. ....._

THE YIELD, TIM COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 118.—Dee. 30, 1911. ....._

THE YIELD, TIM COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 118.—Dee. 30, 1911 . fatted in the final pool at the Sword Club. On July 21, Mr J. P. Blake won the amateur epeo championship with only one defeat in the final pool, in which five out of the eight feoccrs were competing ( or the
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
SKATING.

SKATING.

THE SKATING SEASON of 1910-11, thou g h disappointing out of doors in England (no speed championships being possible), saw a notable extension of artilicial ice facilities in the opening of the Manchester Ice Palace with a skating surface of 100 ft. by 140 ft. This enabled the N
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
THE FARM.

THE FARM.

IX 191 L THERE ARE FEW FARMERS who oan recall a season comparable with that of King George V.'s Coronation year. English farming suffers frequently from deficient rainfall in the summer and autumn, and in the past quarter of a century about half • dozen years stand out from the
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
Dee. SO. 1911.—N0. 8079. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY o:

Dee. SO. 1911.—N0. 8079. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY o:

D e e. SO. 1911.—N0. 8079. THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY o: also proved himself a redly . good horse, for he badly. and was some fivo or eix lengths behind his t:se ri eery as were fairly on their In . the race be quarter% but the winner cleared himself again, and tnished the stronger o
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
9'x►: CONTEAKT iiV THE 01.11 CH AlllnT A%I. THE NEW nY Thomne Rowtandson. 1799. lit the poit.e.ti:on of Ilesent

9'x►: CONTEAKT iiV THE 01.11 CH AlllnT A%I. THE NEW nY Thomne Rowtandson. 1799. lit the poit.e.ti:on of Ilesent

9'x►: CONTEAKT THE CH A%I. THE NEW Thomne 1799. lit the of 1) FADERS OF MR MOORE'S INTERESTING BOOK on in/unbent,* Colo: Thsir Origin and History will find difficulty its realising the extent of the revolution in locomotion that ha, eraidually taken place during the nime eventful
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England
 
nominating firma being Darracog, Gregoire, Peugeot, Lorraine- Dietrich, and Sunbeam. But even souse of these are only COOilitional. and unless

nominating firma being Darracog, Gregoire, Peugeot, Lorraine- Dietrich, and Sunbeam. But even souse of these are only COOilitional. and unless

the French manufacturers are deliberately reserving their entries until the twelfth hour the Grand Prix revival appears doomed. We believe that the Calthorpe and Arrol-Johnston firms intended to take pal e in te race, but could not secure drivers in whose capacity they confidenc
December 30, 1911 - Field - London, London, England