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Related article: It is in very few places that foxes can be legitimately bought. In some parts of Scotland, well out of reach of any pack of hounds, they can be trapped without much difficulty and consigned to anyone 33 466 BAILYS MAGAZINE. [Junk who wants them, and by so doing nobody is injured; but there is hardly a spot in England where foxes could be bought without materially injuring some neigh- bouring master. In the Fen country in Lincolnshire, it is said, foxes have increased and multi- plied to such an extraordinary extent, and have done a great deal of damage to the farmers. A good slice of the Fen country is absolutely unhun table because of the number and size of the drains, but even there they should not be sold to other countries, but if they can be trapped they could very easily be turned down in the huntable parts of Lincolnshire. Venlafaxine Online The Protection of Trout in Scotland. — In alluding to the Bill now before Parliament for a close season for trout in Scotland, at the annual general meeting of the Scottish Trout Anglers' Associa- tion, Sir Herbert Maxwell, Price Of Venlafaxine M.P., stated that though he had many times seen men taking ill-con- ditioned trout out of the Tweed during November and December, there was not a single hatchery on that river for the breeding of salmon or trout, save Lord Pol- warth's. What, however, had been done in the water of Leith, which is now said to be teeming with good trout, might by attention and Buy Venlafaxine using the legal powers at their disposal, be extended to other places. The Thames Re-stocking As- sociation. — This, one of the newest of the Angling Societies, formed in the interests of the Thames angler, has recently put forward a scheme to erect a Thames fish-cultural establish- ment, to stock all parts of the river on a really large and suf- ficient scale, and efforts are being made to raise the necessary funds. The estimated cost of erecting and properly equipping a hatchery witli a sufficient number of ponds is set down at /500, with a further annual expenditure of £2,00 for maintenance. Trout and coarse fish are to be bred in the proposed hatchery. The Military Tournament— By the time these lines are in print the Military Tournament at the Agricultural Hall will be in full swing, and if the advance notices are to be credited some very interesting items will, as usual, be presented. Besides the pageant representing the Wars Venlafaxine Mirtazapine of the Roses (1487), Newbury (1643), Lucknow (1857) and Omdurman (1898), there is to be a combined display representing an attack on a Malay village, dealing with an incident in the Perak rising of 1875. The Carabineers, too, have Venlafaxine Buy a display of their own, in which they are assisted by a party of the New South Wales Lancers, now over here, so that the spectator will see representatives of a corps raised in Stuart times and those of another raised within living memory, in the arena at one and the same time. Cricket. — With every prospect before them of the busiest season ever known, cricketers only need genial weather to make the sum- mer of 1899 memorable in the history of the game. The re- verses experienced in Australia by the last team taken to that country by Mr. Stoddart, when our representatives lost the rubber of test matches and the " ashes" were left in the Southern Hemis- phere, has caused the greatest interest to be taken in the team of Australians now playing under the captaincy of Mr. Darling. In International Cricket it is but seldom that the visitors are able to put absolutely their best team into the field, but this sea- son Major Wardill and Mirtazapine Venlafaxine his com- panions assure us that they have 18993 "OUR VAN. »» 467 left at home no single player whom they required, with the lamentable exception, of course, of poor Harry Trott, perhaps the finest captain, and Venlafaxine High one of the greatest players that has ever visited these shores. Enor- mous interest will centre in Venlafaxine Price the series of five so-called test matches that have been arranged between England and Australia, the first of which is due to take place at Nottingham in the first week of this month, and the task of se- lecting the eleven men to do battle for the Mother Country will be no easy one. Up to the present time it has been custom- ary to play three England and Australia matches, one at Lord's, one at Manchester, and another at the Oval, and the local execu- tive at each place has been responsible for the selection of the team for their match. An alteration has, however, been made this year by the new Board appointed to control International Cricket, and the choice of the teams to represent England is placed in the hands of three gentlemen, Lord Hawke, Mr. W. G. Grace, and Mr. H. W. Bain- bridge. There is no longer to be any question as to whether a county will let off its players in order that they may represent England, and the proceeds of the gate which do not go to the Australians are to be divided amongst the first-class counties upon a system which the International Board has not yet made public. So these test matches look like being very business-like affairs, and will probably do much to demonstrate the fact which has for some years been growing more and more ob- vious, namely, that in first-class cricket the business side predomi- nates over the sporting side, and the whole thing becomes more and more a business and less and less a game. " Are the Australians going to beat us in the test matches ? " is a question which is anxiously and frequently asked, and answered in a variety of ways. There are some critics who say that our visitors are just now better than