THE NORFOLK GAME FARM are now BOOKING ORDERS for turning into coverts. Several Thousand strong and healthy Birds for delivery in October for Stock or Shooting. "SPECIAL QUOTATIONS FOR LANCE QUANTITIES." Apply S. J. BELL, WEST BILREY, KING'S LYNN.
FOR SATURDAY, AUG. 15, 1903. CONTAINS: Topics of the Week. Ravable Ocetipa•lone. Declaratory Julgm3uts or Drank Bcottl.ll Notes. Irish Notes. Coinmenta on Case'. The Conveyancer. Occasional biota.. Note, of Recent Declaims& Samuel Warren Q.C. and Novelist Legislation and Junapri
Crown 81'0., cloth. price Se. each. ----- es The volunirs are also i.sned halt-Found in leather, with suitor, price 7s. ad. net each. THE PARTRIDGE. By the Rev. H. A. MA( PHERSON. A. J. STUART-WORTLEY, and GEORGE BAINTSBURY, With it Illustrations and and various Diagrams. THE PR
chances. but still batted in fine furm, his driving helps rseellent. On Wednesday morning. Yorkshire being 4117 runs ahead, load flasks declared the Yorkshire innings closed with four nickels in hand, thereby giving his bowlers five hours and forty minutes shkh dispose of Middle
Fees TILADTRO. C. C. Mott o Ll. W UUam. b Oars A. J. Mott b Walthall G. Inglis st Aspinall b Gen ....... Capt. Willes b Oore . W. G. lisgby run out A.B. Blew c LI. Williams b (tore C. L. Blew c Ban Yes b Gore F. F. Blatherwick not out V. Ll. Williams o Beckett b Ogre W. F. Lund
Capt. Tatman b Troutrbton 44 J. I. Henson o Ttoughton b Costley l9 B. E. H. Bathurst at Tabrun b Troughton GRANVILLE (L ham. at Beckenham on Aug. 5. GRAD F. Cockell c Cnrwen b Torrens 10 H. D. Banning c Cargill b Torrens 4 C. E. %endle b H. Z. Baker l7 H. E. Lincoln b Torrens J.
Prams the last daysof Mouses of herds and Commons wire ragas:ill in a friend!) and practical manner a the final touches to the Irish Land Ilia. There say its amending. The Nationalist numbers, individ, acre lanilitilse in their arnica! attitude. though thcre were attempts at cri
ABOUT eighty reproductions of cricket pictures from the pavilion at Lord's and private collections adorn the volume* edited by Mr Hutchinson, and serve to illustrate the history of the game ins& interesting manner. A great number of them must be familiar to those who are likely
THE TURF. NOTES AND ANTICIPATIONS. ATT ERS ARE VERY QUIET in the Turf world jut nowthey invariably are in the month of August—and little or nothing is heard with regard to the St. Leger, though it is little more than three weeks hence. Al far as an be Judged, the opposition to R
Irritant, Flying Star ne‘t. tirida..n for three furlongs, when the Queen of the Vale filly drew ar. but .I,lde the distance Irritant went ahead. followed by 11) our and •..n by a length; a length and a half between oecond and tlurd ; the ',atm lkotgal filly was fourth. Berryflel