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  2. CRICKET.

    Thoroughly pleased from a cricket point of view with their match against Yorkshire, the team did not leave Sheffield until Wednesday afternoon, when they travelled by the ...

    Article : 2,821 words
  3. THE MATCH AGAINST THE PLAYERS.

    I shall leave the Players' match to be discussed next week, only remarking that it was very hard lack for M'Donnell's finger to be so bad as to keep him out of the game, ...

    Article : 181 words
  4. THE QUAIL SEASON AND A GUN TAX.

    Sport with the gun is so intimately associated with sporting dogs—and about twothirds of all the breeds are sporting dogs in some sense or other—that I do not think it is ...

    Article : 634 words
  5. THE MATCH AGAINST THE GENTLEMEN.

    There was a good deal of difficulty in getting together a team to represent the Gentlemen of England, the chief trouble being to get amateur bowlers of sufficient merit. I ...

    Article : 2,390 words
  6. THE KENNEL.

    Them is an excellent system in vogue in England, where judging is invariably done by men who have some special knowledge of the breeds which they adjudicate upon. ...

    Article : 966 words
  7. THE WEIGHT OF COCKER SPANIELS.

    The weight of cocker spaniels has recently been raised from 25lb. to 30lb. by the Victorian Poultry and Dog Society. The [?]er of this amendment (Mr. S. H. Whittaker) arged ...

    Article : 184 words
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