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PIG AND ARABLE FARMING IN STAFFORDSHIRE: The Wall Herd Of Large Whites

PIG AND ARABLE FARMING IN STAFFORDSHIRE: The Wall Herd Of Large Whites

PIG AND ARABLE FARMING IN STAFFORDSHIRE The Wall Herd Of Large Whites ALTHOUGH the name of Mr. W. John Ryman is associated with the Wall herd of Large Whites established by his father, the late Mr. Walter Ryman, over forty years ago, this pedigree livestock breeding is integrated
4 March 1959 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
DAIRY SHORTHORN BULL MAKES TOP PRICE AT DUBLIN

DAIRY SHORTHORN BULL MAKES TOP PRICE AT DUBLIN

DAIRY SHORTHORN HULL MAKES TOP PRICE AT DUBLIN Dairy Shorthorns were outstandingly successful at the Royal Dublin Society's Bull Show and Sale at Ballsbridge, Major and Mrs. L. Hastings' Friarstown Royal Guard winning the breed supreme championship and making the top price of 1,2
4 March 1959 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
Milestone Witticism

Milestone Witticism

Sir, The amusing and unique milestone shown in the accompanying photograph stands near the centre of Alfreton, Derbyshire. It is one of a series between that township and Nottingham, and informs travellers that they have reached Alfreton by quoting the distance yet to be covered
4 March 1959 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
That Polled Bull

That Polled Bull

Sir, Many other readers will surely sympathise with Mr. H. J. Manners, who was attempting to establish a polled Friesian herd, but was not allowed to keep his naturally polled bull for use in his own herd, and was, indeed, fined £10 for failing to have it slaughtered or castrate
4 March 1959 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
Village Lock-Up

Village Lock-Up

Sir, My photograph shows what was formerly the village prison at Ling- field, in Surrey. It stands next to the village pond, which is believed to be on the site of a shrine. Apart from its use as a store for several old relics such as a penny-farthing bicycle the little stone bu
4 March 1959 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
Silhouette Signs

Silhouette Signs

sir, the attractiveness ot silhouettes as inn signs and in weathervanes, to which a correspondent refers in your issue of January 21, applies also to village signs. One such is at the Suffolk coast village of Walbers- wick, where a most artistic sign made by a local craftsman re
4 March 1959 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
Marble Pavement

Marble Pavement

Sir, Warwick's Court Leet, concerned to save the last of the borough's cobbles, has appointed the borough surveyor an honorary overseer of pavements." It is good to know that people outside Oxford and Cambridge have some feeling for cobbles. Actually, there is a fair sprinkling
4 March 1959 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
Hunt Supporters' Clubs

Hunt Supporters' Clubs

Sir, I was most interested in Mr. Kear- ley's article in your issue of February 18. There is, without doubt, a vital need for supporters' clubs and without them one fears that hunts would not survive any strong anti- hunting attack that might be supported by a political party in
4 March 1959 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
THE WATERLOO CUP: Mutual Friend Wins for Mr. M. Forsyth-Forrest

THE WATERLOO CUP: Mutual Friend Wins for Mr. M. Forsyth-Forrest

THE WATERLOO CK Mutual Friend Wins for Mr. M. Forsyth-Forrest By H. Edwards Clarke IT would be stretching the truth to say that the first day's coursing on the Withins was good. Frankly I find it a strain to remember anything at Altcar quite so bad. With the Withins enshrouded in
4 March 1959 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England
 
THE PURVEYOR OF DREAMS

THE PURVEYOR OF DREAMS

AS USUAL AT this time of the year, we are in the thick of the very best chasing, the best hurdling and point- to-pointing, while at the same time being more or less obliged to keep an ear to the ground for the hoofbeats of the flat racers. The flat racing season is due to open a
4 March 1959 - Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News - London, London, England